gold uptake and tolerance in arabidopsis

gold uptake and tolerance in arabidopsis

gold uptake and tolerance in arabidopsis
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gold uptake andtolerance in arabidopsis Gold uptake and tolerance in Arabidopsis White RoseWhilst gold uptake and nanoparticle formation in plants has been stu

gold uptake and tolerance in arabidopsis

  • gold uptake andtolerance in arabidopsis

    Gold uptake and tolerance in Arabidopsis White RoseWhilst gold uptake and nanoparticle formation in plants has been studied, little research has investigated mechanisms of gold uptake The &gold uptake andtolerance in arabidopsisThe aims of this study were therefore to characterise gold uptake and nanoparticle formation in the model plant species Arabidopsis thaliana and subsequently investigate the transcriptional response to gold to identify mechanisms of uptake and tolerance A number of approaches were used to investigate the gold tolerance and uptake by ArabidopsisBritish Library EThOS: Gold uptake and tolerance inGold uptake and tolerance in Arabidopsis By Andrew Taylor Get PDF (25 MB) Abstract Gold is a precious metal with a variety of industrial uses The gold mining process is often incomplete, and discarded mine tailings contain quantities of gold uneconomical for conventional extractionGold uptake and tolerance in Arabidopsis CORE

  • Gold uptake and tolerance in Arabidopsis CORE Reader

    Enter the password to open this PDF file: Cancel OK File name:Tolerance to, and uptake and degradation of 2,4,6trinitrotoluene (TNT) are enhanced by the expression of a bacterial nitroreductase gene in Arabidopsis thaliana Kurumata M(1), Takahashi M, Sakamotoa A, Ramos JL, Nepovim A, Vanek T, Hirata T, Morikawa HTolerance to, and uptake and degradation of 2,4,6In this study, Cd uptake, translocation, and tolerance were investigated in AHA1 (Arabidopsis plasma membrane H(+)ATPase gene) overexpressed plants Exposed to 10 µM CdCl(2), AHA1OX showed a higher root elongation, accumulated more Cd, and maintained better integrity of nucleus membrane of root tips in comparison to the control plant (WTCadmium uptake, translocation, and tolerance in AHA1OX

  • Polyploids exhibit higher potassium uptake and salinity

    Polyploids exhibit higher potassium uptake and salinity tolerance in Arabidopsis Science 2013 Aug 9;341(6146):6589 doi: 101126/science Epub 2013 Jul 25 Authors DaiYin Chao 1 , Brian Dilkes, Hongbing Luo, Alex Douglas, Elena Yakubova, Brett Lahner, David EPolyploids Exhibit Higher Potassium Uptake and Salinity Tolerance in Arabidopsis 1 Institute of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Cruickshank Building, St Machar Drive, Aberdeen, AB24 3UU, UK 2 Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907, USAPolyploids Exhibit Higher Potassium Uptake and SalinityNIP1;2 is a plasma membranelocalized transporter mediating aluminum uptake, translocation, and tolerance in Arabidopsis Yuqi Wanga, Ruihong Lia,b, Demou Lia,c, Xiaomin Jia a, Dangwei Zhoua,d, Jianyong Lia,e, Sangbom M Lyi , Siyu Houa,f, Yulan Huanga,g, Leon V Kochiana,h, and Jiping Liua,1 aRobert W Holley Center for Agriculture and Health, US Department of Agriculture, AgriculturalNIP1;2 is a plasma membranelocalized transporter

  • Cadmium uptake, translocation and tolerance in the

    Arabidopsis halleri is a wellknown zinc (Zn) hyperaccumulator, but its status as a cadmium (Cd) hyperaccumulator is less certain Here, we investigated whether A halleri can hyperaccumulate Cd and whether Cd is transported via the Zn pathway Growth and Cd and Zn uptake were determined in hydroponic experiments with different Cd and Zn concentrationsWe have studied the physiological and genetic responses of Arabidopsis thaliana L (Arabidopsis) to gold The root lengths of Arabidopsis seedlings grown on nutrient agar plates containing 100 mg/L gold were reduced by 75% Oxidized gold was subsequently found in roots and shoots of these plants, but gold nanoparticles (reduced gold) were only observed in the root tissuesInvestigating the Toxicity, Uptake, Nanoparticle FormationIn this study, Cd uptake, translocation, and tolerance were investigated in AHA1 (Arabidopsis plasma membrane H(+)ATPase gene) overexpressed plants Exposed to 10 µM CdCl(2), AHA1OX showed a higher root elongation, accumulated more Cd, and maintained better integrity of nucleus membrane of root tips in comparison to the control plant (WTCadmium uptake, translocation, and tolerance in AHA1OX

  • Heavy Metal Tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana

    Metal exclusionmediating HM tolerance is regulated by HMA4 and HMA5 HMA4 and HMA5 have been identified as critical genes for Cd tolerance in typical Cdhyperaccumulating species, Arabidopsis halleri ( Hanikenne et al , 2008 ), and in some Cu hypersensitive accessions of A thaliana ( Kobayashi et al , 2008 )Uptake and Salinity Tolerance in Arabidopsis DaiYin Chao,1 Brian Dilkes, 2Hongbing Luo, Alex Douglas,1 Elena Yakubova,2 Brett Lahner,2 David E Salt1* Genome duplication (or polyploidization) has occurred throughout plant evolutionary history and is thought to have driven the adaptive radiation of plants We found that the cytotype ofPolyploids Exhibit Higher Potassium Uptake and Salinityuptake, translocation, and tolerance in Arabidopsis However, the evidence is still lacking However, the evidence is still lacking In this study, AHA1OX and its wildtype Arabidopsis have been(PDF) Cadmium Uptake, Translocation, and Tolerance in

  • Cadmium uptake, translocation and tolerance in the

    Arabidopsis halleri is a wellknown zinc (Zn) hyperaccumulator, but its status as a cadmium (Cd) hyperaccumulator is less certain Here, we investigated whether A halleri can hyperaccumulate Cd and whether Cd is transported via the Zn pathway Growth and Cd and Zn uptakeZinc (Zn) is an essential plant micronutrient but is toxic in excess To cope with excess Zn, plant species possess a strict metal homeostasis mechanism The Zn hyperaccumulator Arabidopsis halleri has developed various adaptive mechanisms involving uptake, chelation, translocation and sequestration of Zn In this mini review, we broadly discuss the different Zn tolerance mechanismsFrontiers | Control of Zn uptake in Arabidopsis halleri: aThe difference in plant tolerance of metal hyperaccumulation suggested the presence of the set of genes present in Arabidopsis halleri (McNair et al, 2000) Arabidopsis halleri has a set of genes that allows it to hyper accumulate zinc while these genes are absent in Arabidopsis petrea (nonhyper accumulator of zinc) With the help of plant biotechnology these efficient genes can beArabidopsis halleri an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

  • Metal Hyperaccumulation and Tolerance in Alyssum

    Shanmugam V, Lo JC, Wu CL, Wang SL, Lai CC, Connolly EL et al (2011) Differential expression and regulation of ironregulated metal transporters in Arabidopsis halleri and Arabidopsis thaliana – the role in zinc tolerance New Phytol 190:125–137 Google ScholarAluminum (Al) is the major factor limiting crops productivity on acidic soil Al can rapidly suppress cell division, destroy the cell structure, reduce nutrient and water uptake, and inhibit root elongation growth in Solanaceae plants This review focuses on recent research advances and development trends in Al toxicity and tolerance inAluminum toxicity and tolerance in Solanaceae plantsWe have studied the physiological and genetic responses of Arabidopsis thaliana L (Arabidopsis) to gold The root lengths of Arabidopsis seedlings grown on nutrient agar plates containing 100 mg/L gold were reduced by 75% Oxidized gold was subsequently found in roots and shoots of these plants, but gold nanoparticles (reduced gold) were only observed in the root tissuesInvestigating the Toxicity, Uptake, Nanoparticle Formation

  • Tolerance to, and Uptake and Degradation of 2,4,6

    Tolerance to, and Uptake and Degradation of 2,4,6Trinitrotoluene (TNT) are Enhanced by the Expression of a Bacterial Nitroreductase Gene in Arabidopsis thaliana Mami Kurumataa, Misa Takahashia,b,*, Atsushi Sakamotoa,b, Juan L Ramosc, Ales Nepovimd, Tomas Vanekd, Toshifumi Hirataa, and Hiromichi Morikawaa,buptake, translocation, and tolerance in Arabidopsis However, the evidence is still lacking However, the evidence is still lacking In this study, AHA1OX and its wildtype Arabidopsis have been(PDF) Cadmium Uptake, Translocation, and Tolerance inArabidopsis halleri is a wellknown zinc (Zn) hyperaccumulator, but its status as a cadmium (Cd) hyperaccumulator is less certain Here, we investigated whether A halleri can hyperaccumulate Cd and whether Cd is transported via the Zn pathway Growth and Cd and Zn uptake were determined in hydroponic experiments with different Cd and Zn concentrationsCadmium uptake, translocation and tolerance in the

  • NIP1;2 is a plasma membranelocalized transporter

    Aluminum (Al) toxicity is a major constraint for crops grown on acid soils Various plant species have adopted an Al exclusion/avoidance mechanism and/or internal tolerance mechanisms to ameliorate Al toxicity In Arabidopsis , the root organic acid exudationbased Al exclusion mechanism has been well characterized; however, no evidence for an internal Al tolerance mechanism has beenGmAKT1 is located in the plasma membrane and functions as a K + transporter GmAKT1 is essential for K + uptake and Na + /K + balance Overexpression of GmAKT1 could alter the expression of ion uptakerelated genes under salt stress This study lays a foundation for improving salt tolerance of soybean in the futureGmAKT1 is involved in K+ uptake and Na+/K+Physiological and Molecular Dissection of Salinity Tolerance in Arabidopsis and Maize and Nitrogen Uptake in Wheat Suman Lamichhane Abstract (Academic) The PROTEOLYSIS 6 (PRT6) branch of the Nend rule pathway is a wellcharacterized negative regulator of flooding and low oxygen tolerance in plants This study investigated the role of thisPHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR DISSECTION OF

  • Metal Hyperaccumulation and Tolerance in Alyssum

    Shanmugam V, Lo JC, Wu CL, Wang SL, Lai CC, Connolly EL et al (2011) Differential expression and regulation of ironregulated metal transporters in Arabidopsis halleri and Arabidopsis thaliana – the role in zinc tolerance New Phytol 190:125–137 Google ScholarNIP1;2 is a plasma membranelocalized transporter mediating aluminum uptake, translocation, and tolerance in Arabidopsis [Plant Biology] Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America ( IF 11205) Pub Date : 09:06:52, DOI: 101073/pnasNIP1;2 is a plasma membranelocalized transporterAluminum (Al) is the major factor limiting crops productivity on acidic soil Al can rapidly suppress cell division, destroy the cell structure, reduce nutrient and water uptake, and inhibit root elongation growth in Solanaceae plants This review focuses on recent research advances and development trends in Al toxicity and tolerance inAluminum toxicity and tolerance in Solanaceae plants