In the plot intended for intercropping, jack bean
was cultivated simultaneously to corn.
Effects of Concanavalin A, fed as a constituent of jack bean
(Canavalia ensiformis L.
(right) collects recycled newspapers as part of his work driving a truck for the Eugene Mission.
The urea measurement methods (Iatron) were (a) a colorimetric jack bean
urease method with indophenol, (b) a jack bean
urease method with glutamate dehydrogenase (GLDH) for ultraviolet detection of generated ammonia, and (c) a bacterial urease method with GLDH.
No effect was observed for NnFO while N3 and N4 showed strong inhibition against both of the enzymes, Jack bean
By total coincidence, however fortuitous, Mr Webb's grandfather was Sir Jack Bean
, Midland inventor of the famous Bean motor car, once tipped as a rival to the Model T Ford.
Winged bean, jack bean
, and velvet bean (also called cowitch) sound odd enough - but how about snout bean, ringworm bush, and fish poison bean?
As a first step, McPherson suggested experimenting with proteins that were known to crystallize easily: chicken egg lysozyme, jack bean
canavalin and concanavalin B, and beef liver catalase.
Urease derived form jack bean
has been utilized by most of the studies [2, 3].
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To measure urea concentration, Universityof Iowa's Arnold combined jack bean
meal and an ammonia-sensing electrode.
pylori urease which shows resemblances with ureases of a lot of other microbes as well as with Jack bean
Summary: The mechanism of inhibition of jack bean
and Bacillus pasteurii ureases was investigated by symplocomoside (1) which is a phenolic glycoside of salirepin series and has been isolated from Symplocos racemosa Roxb.
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Among his topics are from Jack beans
to designer genes, methods for studying enzymatic reactions, hydrolytic and group transfer enzymes, enzymatic carbon-carbon bond formation, isomerases, and non-enzymatic biological catalysis.