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Respiration and metabolism in etiolated wheat seedlings as modified by phosphorus nutrition...
Winston W. Jones
|Statement||by Winston W. Jones...|
|LC Classifications||QK891 .J65 1933|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., p. 565-582.|
|Number of Pages||582|
|LC Control Number||37010809|
CARBOHYDRATE AND NITROGEN METABOLISM IN THE CELERY PLANT AS RELATED TO PREMATURE SEEDING [Platenius, Hans] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. CARBOHYDRATE AND NITROGEN METABOLISM IN THE CELERY PLANT AS RELATED TO PREMATURE SEEDINGAuthor: Hans Platenius. impact their metabolism by plants and consequently nutrition are: 1. Plants are able to take up ions selectively, which suggests that plant cells can take up certain ion species from their environment and transport them into the interior of the cell, while excluding others. 2. Nutrients within plant cells move in response to concentration File Size: KB.
Respiration and Antioxidant Enzymes Activity in Watermelon Seeds and Seedlings Subjected to Salt and Temperature Stresses. Bárbara França Dantas 1*, Rita de Cássia Barbosa da Silva 2, Renata Conduru Ribeiro 1 and Carlos Alberto Aragão 3. 1 Brazilian Corporation of Agricultural Research, Embrapa Semi-Arid, Petrolina, Pernambuco State, Brazil. Crop Science Abstract - Crop Physiology & Metabolism High Night Temperature and Abscisic Acid Affect Rice Productivity through Altered Photosynthesis, Respiration and Spikelet Fertility View My Binders. This article in CS. Vol. 53 No. 6, p. Received.
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Phytochetry,pp. to Pergamon PrGSa. Pnnted m England. UPTAKE OF LABELED GLUCOSE BY ROOT TIPS FROM ETIOLATED WHEAT SEEDLINGS* J. Mzt and P. NORDIN Department of Biochemistry, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, U.S.A. (Received 4 Augustm revised form 10 September ) Absbract Wheat root tips from germinated seedlings were Cited by: 5.
Seedlings of spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) were used to study the dynamics of leaf respiration, the respiratory pathway ratio, and relation of activities of these pathways to the content of. Radioactive asparagine has been isolated from lupine seedlings, which were permitted to carry on photosynthesis for 6 days in the presence of C 14 O 2.
It was found to contain 55% of its activity in the α-carboxyl. Radioactive asparagine was vacuum infiltrated into wheat and lupine seedlings, and its subsequent metabolism was observed Cited by: 6. Abstract. The respiration and fermentation rates were compared in germinating seeds of 12 different cultivated species from five families.
In air, fermentation contributes significantly to the energy metabolism only in some species (pea, maize), but is generally negligible when compared to by: Summary. The relationships between photosynthesis, carbohydrate metabolism and respiration in leaves of C 3 plants are reviewed.
We first provide an overview of how mitochondrial respiration relies on, and responds to, the supply of photosynthetic products in the by: RESPIRATION AND METABOLISM IN ETIOLATED WHEAT SEEDLINGS AS INFLUENCED BY PHOSPHORUS NUTRITION.
Winston W. Jones. Plant Physiol. Jul11 (3) Plant Physiology. Vol. 11, Issue 3. July Table of Contents; Index by author.
Crop Science Abstract - Crop Physiology & Metabolism Proteomic Analysis Reveals Nitric Oxide Functions in Promoting Etiolated Barley Seedlings Greening View My Binders. This article in CS. Vol. 54 No. 2, p. Received: J The objectives of this work were to (i) determine whether tiller emergence under low phosphorus availability is a function of the availability of assimilates for growth or a direct result of low P availability, (ii) attempt to establish a quantitative relation between Cited by: Abstract.
We investigated the metabolism of 1-aminocyclopropanecarboxylic acid (ACC) in etiolated maize (Zea mays L.) seedlings subjected to mechanical impedance by applying pressure to the growing concentrations of ACC varied little in unimpeded seedlings, but impeded organs accumulated by: 14C-Ethylene was metabolized by etiolated pigweed seedlings (Amaranthus retroflexus L.) in the manner similar to that observed in other plants.
The hormone was oxidized to 14CO2 and incorporated into 14C-tissue components. Selected cyclic olefins with differing abilities to block ethylene action were used to determine if ethylene metabolism in pigweed is necessary for ethylene action.
2,5 Cited by: 6. Phosphorus and calcium nutrition and metabolism. About 98% of the body's calcium (Ca) and 80% of the phosphorus (P) are present in the skeleton as hydroxyapatite. The remaining Ca is in the extracellular fluid and plasma and within the cell, where it has essential roles in metabolism, blood clotting, enzyme activation and neuromuscular function.
In the presence of oxygen, anaerobic respiration is generally shut down and these organisms respire aerobically. Microaerophilic bacteria grow well in low concentrations of oxygen, but are killed by higher concentrations. Nutrient Requirements.
These include sources of organic carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur and metal ions including iron. JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION, 12(9), () RESPONSE OF LEGUMES AND CEREALS TO PHOSPHORUS IN SOLUTION CULTURE N.
Fageria1,2 and V. Baligar1 1USDA-ARS ASWCRL, Beckley, WV USA 2CNPAF-EMBRAPA, Goiania-GO, Brazil ABSTRACT Phosphorus deficiency is one of the Important growth limiting.
overall rate of respiration may not be as important an indi- cator of mitochondrial adaptations to Pi limitation as is the pathway of mitochondrial electron transport by which.
Autotrophic nutrition The term autotroph is derived from two Greek words, auto meaning ’self’ and troph meaning ’nutrition’ In autotrophic mode of nutrition, an organism manufactures its own food from simple inorganic raw materials in the presence of sunlight.
All the green plants and some bacteria have autotrophic nutrition and are called autotrophs. Effect of phosphorus nutrition and grain position within maize cob on grain phosphorus accumulation Effect of seed weight, and seed phosphorus and nitrogen concentrations on the early growth of wheat seedlings.
Aust J Exp Agric Burris JS, Respiration and carbohydrate-metabolism during germination of sh2 and Sh2. Original article Effects of phosphate deficiency on photosynthesis and accumulation of starch and soluble sugars in 1-year-old seedlings of maritime pine (Pinus pinaster Ait) M Ben Brahim D Loustau1 JP Gaudillère E Saur1 1 Laboratoire d’écophysiologie et de nutrition, Inra, domaine l’Hermitage, BP 45, Gazinet cedex; 2 Station de physiologie végétale, centre recherche Bordeaux, Inra.
Photosynthetic carbohydrate metabolism in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) The efficiency of extracting F26BP from wheat using the modified method was calculated by measuring the recovery of F26BP added to the extraction buffer. Wheat leaves of different ages (primary, third and flag) were harvested 1 h before the end of the day, each sample Cited by: host wheat) and abiotic (water, phosphorus stress) factors interact with C.
cinctus stem mining to inßuence degree of mined stem physiological (photosynthesis) and yield (grain weight) reductions; and 2) determine whether whole plant yield compensatory responses occur to offset stem-mining. Zinc (Zn) and Phosphorus (P) interact with each other and this interaction can result in impact on the yield of corn plants.
This study was conducted to examine the effect of different levels of Zn and P on the yield, Zn and P concentration and uptake, chlorophyll content and percentage of P derived from fertilizer of corn plants in a tropical soil. Water is involved in almost all of the metabolic processes of the body.
It is the major component of blood and is found inside all cells (intracellular) as well as outside the cell (extracellular). it is a lubricant for body tissues, a circulatory & transport medium, & a chemical reactant in digestion (hydrolysis).Figs Effects of phosphorus deficiency on the accumulation of reducing sugar in the root and shoot (Figs 4a, b) and total sugar in the root and shoot (Figs 5a, b) of day-old wheat seedlings.
Otherwise as in Figs Effects of phosphorus deficiency on anatomy of stem: Phosphorus deficiency resulted in.FACTORS INFLUENCING THE GROWTH OF THE ROOT SYSTEM OF ETIOLATED SEEDLINGS OF PISUM SATIVUM L.
BY C. R. McDAVID*, C. MARSHALL AND G. R. SAGAR School of Plant Biology, University College of North Wales, Bangor, North Wales (Received 11 August ) SUMMARY The growth of the root system of dark grown dwarf-pea seedlings ceases 10—12 days afterCited by: 4.