Horticulture Audio

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Proteins, peptides, DNA & RNA are the building blocks of life, including plants. Proteins are integral to virtually every aspect of plant growth, from capturing energy through photosynthesis to assimilating essential nutrients, responding to environmental signals, and regulating growth through hormone signaling. Their diverse functions underscore the complexity and adaptability of plants, enabling them to thrive in varying environmental conditions.

The audio files on this page convert the sequence and structures of proteins into a melody. The audio can be continuously  played in glasshouses or open fields to promote the growth and health of plants.

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Glutamine Synthetase (Plant) (Simulate)

Catalyzes the synthesis of glutamine from glutamate and ammonium. Plays a critical role in nitrogen metabolism and assimilation, contributing to the synthesis of essential amino acids.

Nitrate Reductase (Plant) (Simulate)

This enzyme is involved in the nitrogen assimilation process, converting nitrate to nitrite, which is further reduced to ammonium for incorporation into amino acids. Nitrogen is a vital nutrient for plant growth, influencing protein synthesis and overall plant vigor. Catalyzes the degradation of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) generated by peroxisomal oxidases to water and oxygen, thereby protecting cells from the toxic effects of hydrogen peroxide..

Phytochrome (Plant) (Simulate)

Phytochromes are photoreceptor proteins that regulate various aspects of plant development in response to light, including seed germination, stem elongation, and flowering. Regulates growth in response to light conditions, optimizing energy use and development.

Rubisco (Ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylaseoxygenase) (Plant) (Simulate)

Superoxide dismutase (SOD) is an enzyme produced by the cells of living organisms, animals and plants. Its function is to trap free radicals produced by metabolism. Superoxide dismutase is a powerful antioxidant. Three forms of SOD coexist in humans. There are two types of CuZn-SOD.The first type (SOD1) is a dimeric protein found in the cytoplasm and mitochondrial intermembrane space. The second type of CuZn-SOD (SOD3) is a tetrameric extracellulartetrameric protein. This protein has the ability to bind to the surface of cell membranes or in type I collagen, protecting cells from exogenous oxidative stress. Mn-SOD (SOD2) is located in the mitochondrial matrix, but also on the inner wall of mitochondriamitochondria, protecting them from oxidative stress generated by the entire chain involved in cellular respiration. The genes corresponding to SOD1-3 are located on chromosomes 21, 6 and 4 respectively.

Plant Blend (Plant) (Simulate)

A combination of glutamine, nitrate reductase, phytochrome and rubisco.


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