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Arsenic in aquifers is transformed by biological and abiotic reactions.
(Nature Geoscience, )

The phytohormone abscisic acid (ABA) has a central role in adaptive responses of plants to abiotic stress.
(Nature Chemical Biology , )

Several tools have recently been developed to expand the natural enzymatic repertoire with abiotic reactions.
(Nature, )

All around the globe, humans have greatly altered the abiotic and biotic environment with ever-increasing speed.
(Nature, )

As a result they became extinct due to geochemical stress arising on a background of deep abiotic changes in ecosystems.
(Science Daily - News, )

A new ABA antagonist offers a promising tool to study ABA signaling and adaptation to abiotic stress in diverse plants, including crops.
(Nature Chemical Biology , )

Typically, microbial methane production occurs under oxygen-free conditions and abiotic methane production occurs under harsh conditions.
(Nature Communications, )

But now scientists have presented a novel hypothesis that it could be possible for planets to have large quantities of abiotic (non-biologically produced) oxygen.
(Science Daily - News, )

Many iron (Fe) redox processes that were previously assumed to be purely abiotic, such as photochemical Fe reactions, are now known to also be microbially mediated.
(Nature Reviews Microbiology, )

Biofilms are associated with biotic and abiotic surfaces and are composed of aggregates of cells that are encased by a self-produced or acquired extracellular matrix.
(Nature Reviews Microbiology, )

Nevertheless, organohalide chemistry is not exclusively of anthropogenic origin, with natural abiotic and biological processes contributing to the global halide cycle.
(Nature, )

Multitrophic richness and abundance drove ecosystem functioning as strongly as abiotic conditions and land-use intensity, extending previous experimental results to real-world ecosystems.
(Nature, )

Regulating melatonin production in plants via drought priming could be a promising approach to enhancing abiotic stress tolerance of crops in future climate scenarios, report investigators.
(Science Daily - News, )

Three complementary strategies exist: repurposing natural metalloenzymes for abiotic transformations; in silico metalloenzyme (re-)design; and incorporation of abiotic cofactors into proteins.
(Nature, )

Scientists at the Center for Arctic Gas Hydrate, Climate and Environment in Norway have found vast reservoirs of abiotic methane, formed by chemical reactions in the crust beneath the seafloor.
(Daily Mail - Science, )

Our results represent the systematic implementation and evolution of an artificial metalloenzyme that catalyses an abiotic reaction in vivo, with potential applications in, for example, non-natural metabolism.
(Nature, )

Abiotic processes including hydrothermal reduction, photochemical reactions, or lightning discharge could have converted atmospheric N2 into assimilable NH4+, HCN, or NOx species, collectively termed fixed nitrogen.
(Nature, )

These data cannot readily be explained by abiotic processes and therefore suggest biological nitrogen fixation, most probably using molybdenum-based nitrogenase as opposed to other variants that impart significant negative fractionations.
(Nature, )

However, it is not yet known how this physiological response combines with other biotic processes (for example, methanotrophy, substrate supply, microbial community composition) and abiotic processes (for example, water-table depth) to determine the temperature dependence of ecosystem-level CH4 emissions.
(Nature, )

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