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Environmental modification of the responses of vicia faba to sulphur dioxide
Gillian Anne Hunt
Written in English
Thesis(Ph.D.) - Loughborough University of Technology.
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Crépon K, Marget P, Peyronnet C, Carrouée B, Arese P, Duc G () Nutritional value of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) seeds for feed and food. Field Crops Res – CrossRef Google Scholar Crockford AJ, Davis GA, Williams HD () Evidence for cell-density-dependent regulation of catalase activity in Rhizobium leguminosarum : Alemayehu Getahun, Diriba Muleta, Fassil Assefa, Solomon Kiros. FABA BEAN (VICIA FABA L.) A PROMISING NEW PULSE CROP FOR SOUTHEASTERN WASHINGTON Abstract by Erik J. Landry, Ph.D. Washington State University December Chair: Clarice Coyne The successful adoption of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) in southeastern Washington is contingent upon the stability of supply, i.e., yield, and market demand.
Dry fractionated faba bean protein-rich flour (FPR) produced by milling/air classification, and faba bean protein isolate (FPI) produced by acid extraction/isoelectric precipitation were compared in terms of composition, techno-functional properties, nutritional properties and environmental impacts. FPR had a lower protein content (%, dry matter (DM)) compared to FPI (%, DM), due to. Genotoxicity of hydrated sulfur dioxide on root tips of Allium sativum and Vicia faba. Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis , (1), DOI: /S(03)Cited by:
Vicia faba, commonly known as faba bean or broad bean, is widely cultivated for its nutritious seeds and pods which are consumed by millions of people throughout the world. It belongs to the legume family, Leguminosae (also known as Fabaceae) and like many legumes it is high in protein due to its ability to fix nitrogen from the air through a symbiotic relationship with bacteria housed in root. Faba bean (Vicia faba L.) is an important source of protein, but breeding for increased yield stability and stress tolerance is hampered by the scarcity of phenotyping information. Because comparisons of cultivars adapted to different agroclimatic zones improve our understanding of stress tolerance mechanisms, the root architecture and morphology of 16 European faba bean cultivars Cited by: 2.
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SUMMARY The stomatal resistance of leaves of Vicia faba L., measured using a diffusion porometer, rapidly decreased when plants were exposed to air containing SO2. The stomatal resistance decreased Cited by: Biological responses of Vicia faba seedlings to the imidazolium‐based ionic liquid 1‐hexyl‐3‐methylimidazolium chloride in soil Tong Liu College of Resources and Environment, Key Laboratory of Agricultural Environment in the Universities of Shandong, Shandong Agricultural University, Taian, People's Republic of ChinaCited by: 7.
In order to gain a better understanding of the Sulphur (S) supply required by faba bean (Vicia faba L.) under field conditions, field trials were conducted at several sites in Germany on long-term (>10 years) organically cultivated arable land in the years –Cited by: 3.
Vicia faba cv. Aguadulce was grown in fumigation chambers ventilated with filtered air or air containing sulphur dioxide (SO 2) at controlled concentrations, and inoculated with the rust fungus Uromyces influence of the pollutant was rated in terms of production of uredia and dehiscent urediospores.
Exposures to SO 2 levels around 70–90 nl litre −1 enhanced uredia by: 9. Stomata in epidermal strips from growth chamber-grown Vicia faba leaves opened less in response to white light than did stomata from greenhouse-grown leaves.
Chlorophyll-mediated, red light-stimulated opening was similar in stomata from the two growth conditions, but stomata from the growth chamber environment had a severely reduced response to blue by: with clean air or controlled levels of sulphur dioxide (S02). Fumigations were carried out with [S02] ranging from 43 to pg rn—3 for periods up to days under both summer and winter conditions.
Concentrations as low as 43 "g for days in winter and pg rn—3 for days inCited by: Faba bean (Vicia faba L.) is an important source of plant protein for humans and animals; however, nutritional value of seeds is notoriously deficient in sulphur (S)-containing amino this article, the effect of S fertilization on faba bean's capability of N 2 fixation, grain yield and chemical characteristics in terms of protein fractions, fatty acids and minerals composition is by: chlorosis.
The effects of a given dose of sulfur dioxide can be modified by prevailing environmental conditions. Conversely sulfur dioxide can also modify the response of plants to other environmental stresses, both biotic and abiotic, often exacerbating their adverse impacts.
Faba bean (Vicia faba L.) is sensitive to acidity, aluminium toxicity and limitation of soil moisture, and these stresses greatly reduce the yield potential and stability of the crop.
Faba bean (Vicia faba L.) is an important source of protein, but breeding for increased yield stability and stress tolerance is hampered by the scarcity of phenotyping e comparisons of cultivars adapted to different agroclimatic zones improve our understanding of stress tolerance mechanisms, the root architecture and morphology of 16 European faba bean cultivars Cited by: 2.
Sulfur dioxide (SO(2)) induced nuclear condensation and nuclear fragmentation and rapid loss of guard cell viability in detached epidermis of Vicia leaves at concentrations of 1 mM and higher (3 h. Faba bean (Vicia faba L.) is the fourth most important pulse crop in the world.
Consumed as dry seeds, green vegetable, or as processed food, its products are a cheap source of high-quality protein in the human diet, while its dry seeds, green haulm and dry straw are used as animal feed. This crop is naturally infected by around 50 viruses worldwide, and the number continues to increase.
Biological responses of Vicia faba seedlings to the imidazolium-based ionic liquid 1-hexylmethylimidazolium chloride in soil. Liu T(1), Wang J(1), Wang J(1), Zhu L(1), Zhang J(1). Author information: (1)College of Resources and Environment, Key Laboratory of Agricultural Environment in the Universities of Shandong, Shandong Agricultural Cited by: 7.
Broad bean (Vicia faba L.) is an important crop worldwide. An increase in seed yield would increase both the grain reserve and the profit for farmers. Previous studies on Cited by: 5. The effects of enhanced UV-B are often overestimated in greenhouse studies due to low levels of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR).
For this reason, we studied effects of enhanced UV-B (12 kJ m−2 d−1) at low and near ambient PAR levels on. Plant responses to sulfur dioxide pollution. C R C Critical Reviews in Environmental Control: Vol.
9, No. 1, pp. Cited by: EVIDENCE ON THE DEVELOPMENTAL AND REPRODUCTIVE TOXICITY OF Sulfur Dioxide February Reproductive and Cancer Hazard Assessment Branch Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment California Environmental Protection Agency. 2 Sulfur Dioxide February OEHHA AUTHORS AND REVIEWERS File Size: 2MB.
Carbamate formation on n.-amino group of a lysyl residue as the basis for the activation of ribulosebisphosphate carboxylase by carbon dioxide and magnesium(2+) Mitigation of adverse effects of heat stress on Vicia faba by exogenous application of magnesium.
Stomatal responses to carbon dioxide of isolated epidermis from a C3 Cited by: Heat stress (HS) is the major constraint to crop productivity worldwide. The objective of the present experiment was to select the tolerant and sensitive genotype(s) on the basis of morpho-physiological and biochemical characteristics of ten Vicia faba genotypes.
These genotypes were as follows: Zafar 1, Zafar 2, Shebam 1, Makamora, Espan, Giza Blanka, Giza 3, C4, C5 and GCited by: To assess the influence of the water quality used for watering, we collected samples from soil, roots, leaves and beans from the legume plant Vicia faba (broad beans) in.
Introduction. Stomata respond to environmental changes by increasing or decreasing their aperture size. Stomatal responses to changing environment are essential for the acclimation of a plant to environmental conditions (Assmann and ShimazakiHetherington and WoodwardBerry et al.
) and, thus, important determinants of plant by: Nine F1 crosses of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) and their parental genotypes were evaluated for transpiration decline curves (TDC) and stomatal characteristics.
The most common type of TDC had one inflexion. One parent and three crosses were characterized by TDC of two inflexions, while one cross had TDC without inflexion. The genotypes which exhibited TDC with 2inflexions showed later time to Cited by: Stomatal Responses to Sulphur Dioxide and Vapour Pressure Deficit V.
J. BLACK AND M. H. UNSWORTH University of Nottingham, School of Agriculture, Sutton Bonington, Loughborough, Leicestershire LEI 2 5RD Received 21 July ABSTRACT Stomatal conductances (gj of plants of Vicia faba, Raphanus sativus, Phaseolus vulgaris.