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Natural Substrates
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ADP + sucrose
sucrose synthase catalyzes the de novo production of ADPglucose linked to starch biosynthesis in heterotrophic tissues of plants
ADP + sucrose
ADP-glucose produced by SuSy is linked to starch biosynthesis. SuSy exerts a strong control on the starch biosynthetic process and controls the production of ADP-glucose accumulating in source leaves
ADP-glucose + D-fructose
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it is possible that sucrose synthase provides monosaccharide precursors for mucilage synthesis
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it is supposed that the sucrose synthase activity in sugar-beet roots is controlled by sucrose synthesized in leaves rather than by phytohormones
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mtSUS plays a non-sucrolytic role
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sucrose synthase appears to be largely responsible for feeding assimilated carbon into sink metabolism
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sucrose synthase appears to be largely responsible for feeding assimilated carbon into sink metabolism. SH1 isozyme preferentially provides the substrate for cellulose biosynthesis, whereas SUS1 generates precursors for starch biosynthesis
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SUS2 may function to regulate SUS1 membrane association by formation of SUS1–SUS2 hetero-oligomers
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nitrogen fixation can occur in Lotus japonicus nodules even in the absence of LjSUS3 (the major nodule-induced isoform of SUS), so LjSUS1 must also contribute to the maintenance of nitrogen assimilation
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