Modes of nitrate reductase and nitrite reductase, Biology

Modes of NO-3 reduction

Accordingly, there are the following three basic modes of NO-3 reduction.

  1. Directly dependent upon photosynthesis as in cyanobacteria,
  2. Partly non-photosynthetic and partly photosynthetic as in mesophyll cells, and
  3. Completely non-photosynthetic as in roots.
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