Biological and Environmental Chemistry of DMSP and Related Sulfonium Compounds
- Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1996
- Author/s: Keller, M.D.; Kiene, Ronald; Kirst, G.O.; Visscher, P.T.
- Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
- ISBN: 9781461380245
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 426 pages
- Publication date: 17 September 2011
- Weight: 767g
"An essential book for people working in the area of sulfur compounds in the environment and should be in all institutional libraries...Well indexed, well presented." --- SGM Quarterly, November 1997 "Extremely useful and well-produced symposium volume that should be of interest to many environmental scientists, microbial and plant physiologists, and aquatic ecologists." The Quarterly Review of Biology, June 1998
A Historical Perspective: 30 Years of Research on DMSP: A Personal Retrospective (Y. Ishida). Chemical Properties and Analytical Techniques: Chemical and Biochemical Properties of Sulfonium Compounds (A.J.L. Cooper). Characterization of 3Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) and Its Analogs with Mass Spectrometry (D.A. Gage, A.D. Hanson). NMR Spectroscopy as a Probe for DMSP and Glycine Betaine in Phytoplankton Cells (C.J. MacDonald et al.). Determination of DMSP and Other Onium Compounds in Tetraselmis subcordiformis by Plasma Desorption Mass Spectrometry (E.B. Sheets, D. Rhodes). A Better Way to Measure BDimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) and Its Relatives? (A.G. Howard, D.M. Russell). DMSP in Higher Plants: 3Dimethylsulfoniopropionate Biosynthesis and Use by Flowering Plants (A.D. Hanson, D.A. Gage). Effects of Sulfide Concentrations on Growth and Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) Concentration in Spartina alterniflora (J.T. Morris, R. Krest). Biosynthesis Pathways: Biosynthesis of Dimethylsulfoniopropionate in Crypthecodinium cohnii (Dinophycease) (A. Uchida et al.). Biosynthesis Pathways for Phosphatidylsulfocholine, the Sulfonium Analogue of Phosphatidylcholine, in Diatoms (M. Kates, B.E. Volcani). Physiology: Osmotic Adjustment in Phytoplankton and Macroalgae: The Use of Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) (G.O. Kirst). Physiological Aspects of the Production of Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) by Marine Phytoplankton (M.D. Keller, W. KorjeffBellows). Dimethylsulfoniopropionate Production in Phototrophic Organisms and Its Physiological Function as Cryoprotectant (U.K. Karsten et al.). On the Presenceand Levels of DMSP in Marine Flora (D.W. Russell, A.G. Howard). Effects of DMSP and Related Compounds on Behavior, Growth and Resistive Power of Fish, Amphibians, and Crustaceans (K. Nakajima). DMSP in the Marine Environment: The Role of DMS in the Global Sulfur Cycle and Climate Regulation (G. Malin). Origin and Importance of Picoplanktonic DMSP (M. Corn et al.). Studies of DMS and DMSP and Its Relationship with the Phytoplanktonic Populations in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea (C. Vassilakos et al.). Microbial Metabolism: Osmoregulation in Bacteria and Transport of Onium Compounds (D. Le Rudulier et al.). Metabolic Pathways Involved in DMSP Degradation (B.F. Taylor, P.T. Visscher). Uptake and Retention ofDissolved DMSP by Marine Bacteria with Subsequent Degradation during Bactivory (G.V. Wolfe). NTerminal Amino Acid Sequences and Comparison of DMSP Lyases from Pseudomonas doudoroffii and Alcaligenes Strain M3A (M.P. de Souza, D.C. Yoch). DMS and DMSO: DMSP, DMS, and DMSO Concentrations and Temporal Trends in Marine Surface Waters at Leigh, New Zealand (P.A. Lee, S.J. de Mora). DMSO: A Significant Compound in the Biogeochemical Cycle of DMS (A.D. Hatton et al.). 14 additional articles. Index.