Serin Amino Acid


The application of amino acids for foliar application is generally based on the requirements of the plants and especially on the critical stages of growth. Plants absorb amino acids through stomata. This process is proportional to the ambient temperature. Amino acids are the main components in the Protein Synthesis process. About 20 important amino acids participate in the process of each process. Studies have shown that amino acids can directly or indirectly affect the physiological activities of the plant. Protein Hydrolyzate (which is the name given to the amino acids formed as a result of the breakdown of proteins) and is used in plant nutrition by adding to the soil in the form of leaf spray and provides ready-made building blocks for protein synthesis. It improves the microfilver of the soil, thus facilitating the assimilation of nutrients.

Pollination and fruit formation: Polination is the transport of the police by the pistil, so the fecundation and formation of the fruit is possible. L-Proline helps pollen fertility. L – Lysine, L – Methionine, L – Glutamic Acid, amino acids necessary for pollination. These amino acids increase the germination of pollen and the length of the pollinic tube.

The balance of Ground Flora and the balance of the microbial flora of agricultural land is a fundamental question for a good mineralization of organic matter and also for a good soil structure and fertility around the roots. L-methionine is the leading growth factor that stabilizes the cell walls of the microbial flora.

Effects of photosynthesis: Plants synthesize carbohydrates by photosynthesis, Low photosynthesis rate implies a slow growth leading to the death of the plant, responsible for the absorption of chlorophyll light energy.

Glycine and glutamic acid are the main metabolites in the process of forming vegetable tissue and chlorophyll synthesis. These amino acids help to increase the chlorophyll concentration in the plant and this leads to a higher degree of photosynthesis. It carries bait, lush plants.

General – Glutamic acid and L – Aspartic acid, do the rest of aminoacids with trans amination. L-Proline and Hydroxy Proline mainly act on the hydrogen balance of the plant, which strengthens the walls of the cell, to gain resistance to adverse climatic conditions. L – Alanine, L – Valine and L – Leucine improve the quality of fruit.

Amino acids of importance for plants.



Effects on plants;

Stress (stress) resistance: High temperature, Low humidity, Frost, Harmful attack, Snowstorm, Flood have a negative effect on plant metabolism, which reduces the quality and quantity of crops. Application of Amino acids before, during and after the conditions, provides plants with amino acids which are directly associated with stress physiology and thus have a preventive and improving effect.

Protein Symphony /: Only L – Amino acids are assimilated by plants. D – Amino acids are not recognized by the enzymatic locus and therefore cannot participate in protein synthesis. Only L-aminoacids are involved in the formation of plant and animal proteins. COOH H2N – C – H R

Effect of Amoosides: Aminocides have the effect of chelating on micronutrients. When applied together with micronutrients, micro nutrients in the plant are easier to absorb and transport. This effect depends on the effect of the chelation effect and the cell membrane permissibility.

L – Glycine and L – Glutamic acid are known to be highly effective chelating agents. Amino acids and phytohorman / a / vaminoacids are precursors or activators of phytohormones and growth agents. L-Methionine is the precursor of growth factors such as Espermine and Espermidine synthesized from ethylene and 5 – Adenosyl methionine. L – Tryptophan is the precursor of Auxin synthesis. L – Tryptophan is only used in L – Form in plants. L-Tryptophan can only be used if the protein is hydrolyzed. If hydrolysis is carried out with acid or alkali, as in most European countries, L-Tryptophan is destroyed. L – Arginine, hormones related to flower and fruit

Stoma a / cs Stomas are cellular structures that control the hydric balance of plants, macro and micronutrient absorption, and the absorption of gases. Stents opening are controlled by external factors (light, humidity, temperature and salt concentration) and internal factors (concentration of amino acids, abscisic acid, etc.) Stomas are closed when the light and moisture are low and the temperature and salt concentration is high when the photos are closed, photosynthesis and transpiration are reduced ( Macro and micro nutrients low absorption) and respiratory increases (Carbohydrate destruction). In this case, the metabolic balance of the plant is negative. Catabolism is higher than the anabolism level. It it means slow metabolism and stops plant growth. L-glutamic acid acts as a cytoplasm osmotic agent of “guard cells yavaş. Thus, it facilitated the opening of the stomas.

NOTE: Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. Plants convert the nitrogen into the amino acids. In aquaculture, it is very important to give the right amount of correct aminoacid at the right time, and the amino acid diversity and content in its content is suitable for every period of use. This situation does not recognize the chance to compete with many amino acids on the market.

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