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  1. Suspended sediment entrainment estimation in unsteady turbulent flows by means of a stochastic meted; Computo de la incorporacion de sedimento en suspension en flujos turbulentos no permanentes utilizando un enfoque estocastico

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    Rodriguez, Jose Fernando; Garcia, Marcelo Horacio [Universidad de Illinois (United States); Admiraal, David Mark [Universidad de Nebraska en Lincoln (United States)

    2001-06-01

    In order to compute the total amount and vertical distribution of suspended sediment, a reference concentration near the bed or entrainment function is needed, and considerable research effort has been dedicated to obtain such formulae. Several entrainment functions are available in the literature, but all of them have been developed for steady, uniform flow conditions. The ability of such relationships to predict entrainment rates in unsteady flows has not been demonstrated, nor has there been any attempt to develop a general formulation that work for both steady and unsteady flow conditions. The traditional approach relates the entrainment of sediment to the wall shear stress associated with skin friction in a deterministic way, providing only a relation between mean values. An alternative is to consider both the shear stress and the entrainment as stochastic turbulent quantities and to express them in terms of their probability density functions (PDFs). In this way, statistics of the entrainment can be obtained from measured shear stress PDFs, either in steady or unsteady situations, since the effect of unsteadiness is embedded in the PDF. This new methodology was used to estimate sediment entrainment produced by the passage of vessels in the Mississippi River and the Illinois River. Using a low order cumulant expansion to describe the PDF of the shear stress and a generalized version of Garcia and Parker's entrainment relationship, an expression for the average of the entrainment as a function of the average, variance, skewness of the shear stress distribution was obtained. Predictions compared favourably with values reported in the literature. [Spanish] Para calcular la cantidad total y distribucion vertical de sedimento en suspension es preciso conocer una concentracion de referencia cerca del lecho o funcion de incorporacion, para lo cual se ha hecho un considerable esfuerzo por obtener dichas formulas. Existen varias funciones de incorporacion en la

  2. NOVOS GENÓTlPOS DE TRIGO (Triticum aestivum L. OBTIDOS POR IRRADIAÇÃO GAMA

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    C.E. de O. CAMARGO

    1997-09-01

    Full Text Available Compararam-se dezesseis linhagens mutantes tolerantes à toxicidade de alumínio em solução nutritiva, uma linhagem mutante sensível e os cultivares Anahuac, IAC-60 e IAC-24, de trigo. As linhagens mutantes foram originárias de seleções realizadas em populações do cultivar Anahuac (sensível ao Al3+ cujas sementes foram submetidas ao tratamento de irradiação gama com as doses de 260 e 310 Gy. As comparações foram realizadas em dois locais através de seis experimentos em épocas diferentes, analisando-se a produção de grãos, características agronômicas e tolerância a solos ácidos. Quinze linhagens mutantes foram mais produtivas que o cultivar Anahuac e a linhagem mutante sensível ao Al3+, em Capão Bonito, em solo ácido e em condição de sequeiro. Nestas condições, o cultivar IAC-60 foi o que exibiu a maior produtividade, diferindo dos demais. Todos os genótipos estudados não diferiram entre si, quanto à produtividade de grãos, em Tatuí, em solo corrigido e com irrigação por aspersão. Irradiação gama no cultivar Anahuac foi eficiente possibilitando a seleção de linhagens mutantes com características agronômicas (altura de planta, ciclo da emergência ao florescimento, comprimento da espiga, número de espiguetas por espiga, número de grãos por espiga e espigueta e peso de 100 grãos similares às do cultivar original, porém com tolerância à toxicidade de Al3+, tornando possível o seu cultivo em solos ácidos.Sixteen mutant lines tolerant to Al3+ toxicity in nutrient solutions, and a mutant line, sensitive to Al3+ originated from selections of a population of the cultivar Anahuac (sensitive to Al3+ previously submitted to gamma irradiation (260 and 310Gy, and the check cultivars Anahuac, IAC-24 and IAC-60, were evaluated in two locations and six trials, for grain yield, agronomic characteristics and tolerance to acid soils. ln Capão Bonito, in an acid soil and upland conditions, fifteen mutant lines

  3. Contribución de la fotosíntesis de la espiga al rendimiento de trigo pan (Triticum aestivum) en condiciones limitadas por la disponibilidad de asimilados post-antesis

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    Maydup, María Luján

    2013-01-01

    Las partes verdes de la espiga (e.g. brácteas, aristas) son fuente de asimilados en cereales C3. Sin embargo, la contribución de la fotosíntesis de la espiga en trigo pan (Triticum aestivum L.) es menos conocida que el resto de las fuentes de asimilados (v.g. fotosíntesis de la hoja bandera, retranslocados del tallo). En trigo es ampliamente aceptado que la limitación por fuente no está presente en cultivares antiguos (Kruk et al. 1997; Borrás et al. 2004). Sin embargo, en germoplasma moderno...

  4. Influence of the nitrate concentration and source in the incorporation of 14{sub C}O2 by the RuBP-carboxylase from wheat (triticum aestivum) and maize (zea mays); Influencia de la concentracion y fuente de nitrogeno en la incorporacion de 14{sub C}O2 por la RuBp-carboxilasa de trigo (triticum aewtivum) y maiz (zea mays)

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    Saez Angulo, R. M.; Gines Diaz, M. J.; Garcia Pineda, M. D.

    1982-07-01

    The effect of the concentration and source of nitrogen in the culture media has been studied regarding its influence in the activity of the RuBP-carboxylase from wheat and maize during the first month of development. Wheat and maize has been chosen as plants representatives of two different types of CO{sub 2} assimilation: C3 and M- respectively. Plants have been grown in hydroponic media and under temperature, humidity and nutrient salts control. A negative effect of NH{sub 4} has been observed in the enzymatic activity of wheat seedlings, being this effect more remarkable as NH{sub 4} concentration increases and as long the time of treatment. In our experimental conditions the most favorable source of nitrogen has been N0{sub 3}NH{sub 4}. The specific activity of the enzyme from wheat is about four times higher than in maize, even it decreases with time. This decreasing has not been observed in maize, with the exception of total absence of nitrogen in the media. We have not seen significant differences between the two photo periods which have been tested. Also, no differences have been found in the enzyme activities at the different NO{sub 3}NH{sub 4} concentrations assayed, and it seems that RuBP-carboxylase metabolism is only affected in the case of absolute stress. (Author) 20 refs.

  5. Study of the properties of Ribulose 1,5-biphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase from maize (Zea mays) and wheat (Triticum aestivum) by incorporation of 14{sub C}O2; Estudio de las propiedades de la Ribulosa-1,5-Difosfato Carboxilasa/Oxigenasa de maiz (Zea Mais) y de trigo (Triticum Aestivum), por incorporacion de CO{sub 2} marcado con 14{sub C}O2

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    Garcia, M. D.; Saez, R. M.

    1982-07-01

    After a bibliographic review of the properties of RuBP-carboxylase/oxygenase, a methodology is described which allows the treatment of a large number of samples for the assay of the enzyme activity. 14{sup C}O{sub 3}HNa is used as a marker for the counting of the incorporated radioactivity as acid insoluble material. 14''CC{sub 2} from the labeled sodium bicarbonate is the species used by the enzyme both as an activator as well as a substrate. The following experiments are described and its results given: Determination of the optimal conditions for the activation of the enzyme; study of the kinetics of the catalytic action; effect of the Mg{sup 2} concentration and determination of the Km{sub (s)} from CO{sub 2} and ribulose 1,5-biphosphate; also determination of the optimum pH at different concentrations of CO{sub 2}2 and Mg{sup 2}. (Author) 64 refs.

  6. Incorporation of nanoparticles of copper species in a matrix silica xerogels; Incorporacion de nanoparticulas de especies de cobre en una matriz de silica xerogel

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    Ortega-Zarzosa, G.; Martinez, J. R.; Dominguez-Espinos, O.; Ruiz, F. [Universidad Autonoma de San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosi (Mexico); Matutes-Aquino, J. A. [Centro de Investigacion en Materiales Avanzados, Chihuahua (Mexico)

    2001-02-01

    Using IR absorption and X-ray diffraction we have analyzed the incorporation of Cu-based nanometer dimension clusters in a SiO{sub 2} matrix in samples prepared by the sol-gel method. We doped the silica xerogels samples using two different copper sources: Cu(NO{sub 3}){sub 2}. 2.5 H{sub 2}O and copper nanoparticles chemical synthesized. The samples were studied as a function of the annealing temperature. It was found that by heat treatments and the appropriate copper precursor we can produce nanoparticles of metallic Cu, cuprous and cupric oxide. The obtained IR absorption results allow to study the interaction of the metal-based species and the oxide support. [Spanish] Usando absorcion IR y difraccion de rayos X analizamos la incorporacion de cumulos de especies de cobre de dimension nanometrica en una matriz de SiO{sub 2} en muestras preparadas por el metodo sol-gel. La silica xerogel fue impurificada usando dos diferentes fuentes de cobre: Cu(NO{sub 3}){sub 2}. 2.5 H{sub 2}O y nanoparticulas de cobre sintetizadas quimicamente. Las muestras fueron estudiadas en funcion de la temperatura de tratamiento. Encontramos que bajo tratamientos termicos y con el precursor apropiado se pueden producir nanoparticulas de cobre metalico, oxido cuproso y oxido cuprico. Los resultados obtenidos de absorcion IR nos permiten estudiar la interaccion de las especies metalicas y la matriz de oxido usada como soporte.

  7. Valor nutritivo de pan con sustitución parcial de harina de trigo (Triticum aestivum) por arracacha (Arracacia xanthorrhiza Bancroft), fortificado

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    María Elena León Marroú; Misael Ydilbrando Villacorta González

    2010-01-01

    Se realizó un estudio de la composición química y el valor nutricional de pan fortificado con hierro, elaborado en Perú, con sustitución parcial de harina de trigo en un 40 % por una masa de consistencia pastosa de raíces de Arracacha, un cultivo andino subexplotado por la aplicación de tecnologías empíricas y desplazado por patrones de consumo foráneo. Se describen brevemente aspectos tecnológicos de la elaboración del pan. El pan fortificado presenta contenidos de proteína 8,32 %; grasa 10,...

  8. Balanço de água por aquisição automática de dados em cultura de trigo (Triticum aestivum L. The daily water consumption of a wheat culture using atmospheric and soil data

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    Celso Luiz Prevedello

    2007-02-01

    Full Text Available Utilizando técnica de aquisição automática de dados atmosféricos e de teor de água do solo, este trabalho quantificou o consumo diário de água em cultura do trigo em Latossolo Vermelho do município de Ponta Grossa, Estado do Paraná, durante o período de agosto a dezembro de 2003, procurando dar ênfase à contribuição das chuvas e dos fluxos ascendentes de água das camadas mais profundas do solo nesse consumo. Os resultados mostraram que no período monitorado: (a a lâmina média diária de água evapotranspirada pela cultura do trigo foi de 6,75 mm, com o fluxo ascendente de água no perfil de solo contribuindo com 62 % desse total; (b as taxas de evapotranspiração estimadas pelo método de Penman e pela equação do balanço hídrico (pedológico se transladaram no tempo com simetria aproximadamente igual, mas com defasagem aproximada de sete dias, como se o solo respondesse às variações impostas pela atmosfera cerca de uma semana depois; (c as chuvas tiveram efeito importante no armazenamento de água no solo, contribuindo para elevação das taxas evapotranspirativas; e (d pelo fato de o potencial mátrico médio na zona das raízes ter-se apresentado próximo do limite crítico para a cultura, concluiu-se que a irrigação poderia produzir impactos potencialmente positivos para a cultura, por disponibilizar mais água no solo e garantir níveis evapotranspirativos mais altos, como é agronomicamente desejável.The daily water consumption of a wheat culture was quantified on an Oxisoil using atmospheric and soil data measured automatically on an experimental farm in Ponta Grossa, Paraná, Brazil. The measurement period was August through December 2003. The rain contribution to soil moisture and the vertical upward movement of water within the soil were particularly emphasized. Our results show that in the evaluated period (a wheat evapotranspiration amounted to 6.75 mm a day, to which upward water flux contributed with 62

  9. Steady state analysis and Eastern power system dynamic PDVSA EyP considering incorporating Furrial and PIGAP II generation plants; Analisis en regimen permanente y dinamico del sistema electrico de PDVSA EyP Oriente considerando la incorporacion de las plantas de generacion Furrial y PIGAP II

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    Rodriguez, S [Universidad Nacional Experimental Politecnica, Antonio Jose de Sucre, Guayana, Bolivar (Venezuela)]. E-mail: sergiodrg200@gmail.com; Vasquez, C [Petroleos de Venezuela S.A., Maturin, Monagas (Venezuela)]. E-mail: vasquezcp@pdvsa.com

    2013-03-15

    This paper is focused on steady state and dynamic analysis of Eastern Power System of Petroleum of Venezuela S.A. (PDVSA) Exploration and Production, considering new single cycle gas turbine power plants in Punta de Mata and El Furrial operational areas that will start up in 2015. Network operating conditions were determined, specifically the behavior of power flows and voltage profiles in normal condition of operation and under Contingencies N-1 in PDVSA Power System, as well as the short-circuit levels at all buses of the transmission network. Afterward, it was evaluated the impact on the network caused by the starting of the biggest motor in the system, considering island operation, verifying that it's necessary to maintain the interconnection with the National Electric System. For motor starting study, machine dynamic model was determined by mean of parameters estimation of its equivalent circuit, as well as the application of nonlinear regression methods in order to obtain load model using the information supplied by the manufacturer. [Spanish] El presente trabajo esta enfocado al analisis del comportamiento en regimen permanente y dinamico del sistema electrico de Petroleos de Venezuela S.A. (PDVSA) Exploracion y Produccion Oriente, considerando la incorporacion de nuevas Plantas de Generacion Termoelectricas de Ciclo Simple a Gas que entraran en operacion en las areas operacionales de Punta de Mata y El Furrial para el ano 2015. Se determinaron las condiciones de operacion de la red, especificamente el comportamiento de los flujos de potencia y perfiles de voltaje en Condicion Normal de operacion y bajo Contingencias N-1 dentro del Sistema de PDVSA, asi como el incremento en los niveles de cortocircuito en todas las barras de la red de transmision. Luego se evaluo el impacto en la red originado por el arranque del motor de mayor capacidad considerando la posible operacion en isla del sistema, determinandose que es necesario operar interconectado con el

  10. DIVERSIDAD GENÉTICA DE GLUTENINAS Y GLIADINAS EN TRIGOS HARINEROS (Triticum aestivum L.) MEXICANOS

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    Eliel Martínez-Cruz; Eduardo Espitia-Rangel; Héctor E. Villaseñor-Mir; José D. Molina-Galán; Ignacio Benítez-Riquelme; Amalio Santacruz-Varela; Roberto J. Peña-Bautista

    2010-01-01

    Las gluteninas y las gliadinas del trigo harinero (Triticum aestivum L.) tienen una función fundamental en la definición de la calidad de panificación. Con el objetivo de caracterizar la composición de las subunidades de gluteninas de alto (G-APM) y bajo (G-BPM) peso molecular, y de las omega;-gliadinas, en 72 progenitores usados por el programa de fitomejoramiento de trigo harinero para temporal del Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales Agrícolas y Pecuarias (CEVAMEX-INIFAP) y en...

  11. Isolation of bacteria from ectomycorrhizae of Tuber aestivum Vittad

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    Milana Gryndler

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Fifteen different cultivation media were used to isolate bacteria with the idea to obtain taxa specifically associated with ectomycorrhizae of Tuber aestivum. Ectomycorrhizae were collected at the sampling points previously analyzed for bacterial molecular diversity. We isolated 183 bacterial strains and identified them on the basis of the partial sequence of 16S rDNA. Out of these isolates, only 4 corresponded to operational taxonomic units significantly associated with T. aestivum ectomycorrhizae in previous molecular study. Preliminary study of the effect of 12 selected isolates on growth of T. aestivum mycelium showed no stimulation and one isolate induced the damage of hyphae. Different isolation strategy has to be developed to increase the probability of cultivation of potentially important components of T. aestivum mycorrhizosphere.

  12. Tuber aestivum association with non-host roots

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    Gryndler, Milan; Černá, Lucie; Bukovská, Petra; Hršelová, Hana; Jansa, Jan

    2014-01-01

    Roč. 24, č. 8 (2014), s. 603-610. ISSN 0940-6360 R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) P504/10/0382 Institutional support: RVO:61388971 Keywords : Tuber aestivum * ectomycorrhiza * soil Subject RIV: EE - Microbiology, Virology Impact factor: 3.459, year: 2014

  13. Incorporation of a wind generator model into a dynamic power flow analysis; Incorporacion de un modelo de generador eolico al analisis de flujos dinamicos de potencia

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    Angeles Camacho, C.; Banuelos Ruedas, F. [Instituto de Ingenieria, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (Mexico)]. E-mail: cangelesc@iingen.unam.mx; fbanuelosr@iingen.unam.mx

    2011-07-15

    dinamicos de potencia. El modelo de la turbina toma en cuenta las velocidades del viento y la potencia reactiva consumida por el generador de induccion. El analisis de los flujos dinamicos de potencia que se presenta aqui, se realiza en funcion de los datos reales de la velocidad del viento recolectados en una estacion de monitoreo del estado de Zacatecas en intervalos de 10 minutos. La generacion inyectada en una parte de la red proporciona potencia localmente, reduciendo las perdidas globales del sistema. Sin embargo, la variacion de la potencia entregada por la central eolica causa fluctuaciones de la magnitud de voltaje y de los flujos de potencia en las lineas de transmision.

  14. Determination of flavonoids in Triticum aestivum L. treated with ampicillin

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    Soran, M. L.; Opriş, O.; Copaciu, F.; Varodi, C.

    2012-02-01

    Pharmaceutical residues in the environment, and their potential toxic effects, have been recognized as one of the emerging research area in the environmental chemistry. Antibiotics can reach plants from treated soil or due to irrigation. The flavonoids extraction from Triticum aestivum L. treated with ampicillin and separation of flavonoids are presented in this study. There were used classical and modern extraction techniques (maceration, microwave assisted solvents, etc). The efficiency of extraction process was spectrophotometricaly evaluated by determining the total flavonoids content and by HPTLC on silica gel plates using the mixture: carbon tetrachloride - acetone - formic acid (35:11:3, v/v) as mobile phase. The developed plates were inspected both in ultraviolet and visible after visualization with NTS reagent (diphenylboryloxyethylamin). The chromatographic plates were compared in respect to determine the changes in extract composition due to the different extraction techniques. Depending on the concentration of ampicillin administered to plants, comparative studies on flavonoids content were performed.

  15. Phytochemical analysis and estimation of major bioactive compounds from Triticum aestivum L. grass with antimicrobial potential.

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    Rajoria, Anand; Mehta, Archana; Mehta, Pradeep; Ahirwal, Laxmi; Shukla, Shruti

    2015-11-01

    The aim of the present study was to investigate phytochemical analysis, and qualitative and quantitative determination of major bioactive compound present in various organic extracts of T. aestivum L. grass. Soxhlet apparatus was used for the extraction purpose using hexane, chloroform, methanol and distilled water as a solvent system. All the extracts derived from T. aestivum showed qualitative presence of major phytochemicals including alkaloids, steroids and cardiac glycosides tannins, flavonoids carbohydrates. Further, HPLC analysis revealed the presence of major bioactive compounds such as rutin, chlorogenic acid, tocopherol, chlorogenic acid, and gallic acid in various organic extracts responsible for the reported maximum antimicrobial activity of T. aestivum grass against pathogenic bacteria including Salmonella typhi, Staphylococcus aureus and Vibrio cholerae. These findings confirm that T. aestivum grass containing medicinally important bioactive compounds may have significant potential to be used in traditional medicine system for the treatment of various diseases caused by pathogenic microorganisms. PMID:26687741

  16. Towards isolating the durable stem rust resistance gene Sr2 from hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Kota, R.; Spielmeyer, R.; Doležel, Jaroslav; Šafář, Jan; Paux, E.; McIntosh, R.A.; Lagudah, E.S.

    2006. p. 181. [International Conference “Plant and Animal Genome XIV”. 14.01.2006-18.01.2006, San Diego] Keywords : Triticum aestivum L. * flow-sorted chromosomes * BAC libraries Subject RIV: EB - Genetics ; Molecular Biology

  17. Effect of fresh Triticum aestivum grass juice on lipid profile of normal rats

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    Kothari Saroj

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Objective: To study the hypolipidemic activity of fresh grass juice of Triticum aestivum in normal rats. Materials and Methods: Freshly prepared Triticum aestivum grass juice was administered to normal rats at the dose of 5 ml/kg and 10 ml/kg orally once daily for 21 days. Blood samples were collected after 24 hours of last administration and used for estimation of lipid profile. Fresh grass juice was also subjected to preliminary phytochemical screening. Results: Fresh grass juice administration produced dose related significant (P < 0.05 reduction in total chloesterol,triglycerides,low density lipoprotein-cholesterol and very low density lipoprotein-cholesterol levels in normal rats as compared to control.Preliminary phytochemical screening revealed presence of alkaloids,tannins, saponins and sterols in Triticum aestivum grass. Conclusion: The results of the present study lndicate hypolipidemic activity of fresh Triticum aestivum grass juice.

  18. ANTICANCER AND CYTOTOXIC POTENTIAL OF TRITICUM AESTIVUM EXTRACT ON HELA CELL LINE

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    Patel Janki B.; Patel Piyush M.

    2013-01-01

    The objective of the study was to analyze the anticancer property of the leaves of Triticum aestivum on HeLa cells. The Indian medicinal plant Triticum aestivum that is used in traditional medicine for cancer and non cancerous diseases was collected. The crude methanolic extract was prepared by using standard protocols. The antiproliferative effect the methanolic extract was evaluated in vitro by employing MTT assay. The potency of each plant extract concentration was calculated in terms of p...

  19. Ectomycorrhizal communities in a productive Tuber aestivum Vittad. orchard: composition, host influence and species replacement

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    Benucci, Gian Maria Niccolò; Raggi, Lorenzo; Albertini, Emidio; Grebenc, Tine; Bencivenga, Mattia; Falcinelli, Mario; Di Massimo, Gabriella

    2011-01-01

    Truffles (Tuber spp.) and other ectomycorrhizal species form species-rich assemblages in the wild as well as in cultivated ecosystems. We aimed to investigate the ectomycorrhizal communities of hazels and hornbeams that are growing in a 24-year-old Tuber aestivum orchard. We demonstrated that the ectomycorrhizal communities included numerous species and were phylogenetically diverse. Twenty-nine ectomycorrhizal taxa were identified. Tuber aestivum ectomycorrhizae were abundant (9.3%), only th...

  20. Effect of fresh Triticum aestivum grass juice on lipid profile of normal rats

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    Kothari, Saroj; Jain, Anand K.; Mehta, Swaroop C.; Tonpay, Shrinivas D.

    2008-01-01

    Objective: To study the hypolipidemic activity of fresh grass juice of Triticum aestivum in normal rats. Materials and Methods: Freshly prepared Triticum aestivum grass juice was administered to normal rats at the dose of 5 ml/kg and 10 ml/kg orally once daily for 21 days. Blood samples were collected after 24 hours of last administration and used for estimation of lipid profile. Fresh grass juice was also subjected to preliminary phytochemical screening. Results: Fresh grass juice administra...

  1. Effect of fresh Triticum aestivum grass juice on lipid profile of normal rats

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    Kothari Saroj; Jain Anand; Mehta Swaroop; Tonpay Shrinivas

    2008-01-01

    Objective: To study the hypolipidemic activity of fresh grass juice of Triticum aestivum in normal rats. Materials and Methods: Freshly prepared Triticum aestivum grass juice was administered to normal rats at the dose of 5 ml/kg and 10 ml/kg orally once daily for 21 days. Blood samples were collected after 24 hours of last administration and used for estimation of lipid profile. Fresh grass juice was also subjected to preliminary phytochemical screening. Results: Fresh grass juice admi...

  2. Competition increases sensitivity of wheat (Triticum aestivum to biotic plant-soil feedback.

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    W H Gera Hol

    Full Text Available Plant-soil feedback (PSF and plant competition play an important role in structuring vegetation composition, but their interaction remains unclear. Recent studies suggest that competing plants could dilute pathogenic effects, whereas the standing view is that competition may increase the sensitivity of the focal plant to PSF. In agro-ecosystems each of these two options would yield contrasting outcomes: reduced versus enhanced effects of weeds on crop biomass production. To test the effect of competition on sensitivity to PSF, we grew Triticum aestivum (Common wheat with and without competition from a weed community composed of Vicia villosa, Chenopodium album and Myosotis arvensis. Plants were grown in sterilized soil, with or without living field inoculum from 4 farms in the UK. In the conditioning phase, field inocula had both positive and negative effects on T. aestivum shoot biomass, depending on farm. In the feedback phase the differences between shoot biomass in T. aestivum monoculture on non-inoculated and inoculated soils had mostly disappeared. However, T. aestivum plants growing in mixtures in the feedback phase were larger on non-inoculated soil than on inoculated soil. Hence, T. aestivum was more sensitive to competition when the field soil biota was present. This was supported by the statistically significant negative correlation between shoot biomass of weeds and T. aestivum, which was absent on sterilized soil. In conclusion, competition in cereal crop-weed systems appears to increase cereal crop sensitivity to soil biota.

  3. Competition increases sensitivity of wheat (Triticum aestivum) to biotic plant-soil feedback.

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    Hol, W H Gera; de Boer, Wietse; ten Hooven, Freddy; van der Putten, Wim H

    2013-01-01

    Plant-soil feedback (PSF) and plant competition play an important role in structuring vegetation composition, but their interaction remains unclear. Recent studies suggest that competing plants could dilute pathogenic effects, whereas the standing view is that competition may increase the sensitivity of the focal plant to PSF. In agro-ecosystems each of these two options would yield contrasting outcomes: reduced versus enhanced effects of weeds on crop biomass production. To test the effect of competition on sensitivity to PSF, we grew Triticum aestivum (Common wheat) with and without competition from a weed community composed of Vicia villosa, Chenopodium album and Myosotis arvensis. Plants were grown in sterilized soil, with or without living field inoculum from 4 farms in the UK. In the conditioning phase, field inocula had both positive and negative effects on T. aestivum shoot biomass, depending on farm. In the feedback phase the differences between shoot biomass in T. aestivum monoculture on non-inoculated and inoculated soils had mostly disappeared. However, T. aestivum plants growing in mixtures in the feedback phase were larger on non-inoculated soil than on inoculated soil. Hence, T. aestivum was more sensitive to competition when the field soil biota was present. This was supported by the statistically significant negative correlation between shoot biomass of weeds and T. aestivum, which was absent on sterilized soil. In conclusion, competition in cereal crop-weed systems appears to increase cereal crop sensitivity to soil biota. PMID:23776610

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    Jazmín Díaz-Barrios

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available La era actual se caracteriza por una búsqueda de la identidad del hombre, donde el pivote del cambio organizacional es el individuo; cambiar en este entorno depende, en gran medida, de los valores que imperen en la cultura de la organización. Este trabajo documental intenta identificar aquellos valores, condición sine-qua-non, para el logro de los objetivos de cambio y analizarlos a fin de determinar sus indicadores, con el objeto de presentar una herramienta a las organizaciones que les facilite adaptarse a los nuevos tiempos. Se encontró que los valores: Delegación, Comunicación, Colaboración, Participación y Aprendizaje, son esenciales en los cambios integrales de esta era. Se determinaron 20 indicadores de su presencia. Se concluye que con esta información cada ente puede elaborar instrumentos que le permitan saber si los valores requeridos están presentes y en caso contrario tomar decisiones que alineen a la organización alrededor de los valores humanistas planteados, incrementando así las posibilidades de éxito en el proceso de cambio y por ende, las posibilidades de supervivencia en esta nueva época.

  5. In vitro Studies of Iron Chelation Activity of Purified Active Ingredients Extracted from Triticum aestivum Linn. (Wheat Grass)

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    Das Priyabrata; Mukhopadhyay Ashis; Mandal Suvra; Pal Bikas Chandra; Mishra Raghwendra; Mukherjee Debarati; Mukhopadhyay Soma; Basak Jayasri; Kar Manoj

    2012-01-01

    Objective: Seven to eight days germinated plants of Triticum aestivum (wheat grass) are a rich source of vitamin A, C, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, sulphur, cobalt, zinc and protein. Traditionally the aqueous extract of T. aestivum was reported to be used as a health tonic in folk and ayurvedic medicine. We previously reported that aqueous extract of T. aestivum was found to reduce the blood transfusion requirement in iron overloaded Thalassemia and Myelod...

  6. Estimates of genetic variability in mutated population of triticum aestivum

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    M2 populations of four cultivars of Mexican origin (Mexipak-65, Nayab, Pak-70 and 6134 x C-271) and two locally bred cultivars (H-68 and C-591) of bread wheat, triticum aestivum (2n = 6x = AA BB DD) derived from six irradiation treatments (gamma rays 60sub(Co); 10, 15 and 20 kR and fast neutrons; 300, 600 and 900 RADS) were critically examined for spike length, spikelets per spike, grains per spike and grain yield. Genotypes varied significantly (p>=0.01) for all the characters. Irradiation treatment were instrumental in creating significant variability for all the characters, indicating that varieties did not perform uniformly across different gamma rays as well as fast neutron treatments. In the M2 generation there was a considerable increase in variance for all the four metrical traits. Comparisons were made between controls and treated populations. Mutagenic treatments shifted the mean values mostly towards the negative direction, but the shift was not unidirectional nor equally effective for all the characters. The differences in mean values and the nature of variability observed in M2 indicated a possible preference of selection M3 generation. In general, estimates of genetic variability and heritability (b.s) increased with increasing doses of gamma rays and fast neutrons. Genetic advance also exhibited similar trend. The observed variability can be utilized in the evolution of new varieties. (authors)

  7. Antidiabetic and Antioxidant Properties of Triticum aestivum in Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetic Rats.

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    Mohan, Yogesha; Jesuthankaraj, Grace Nirmala; Ramasamy Thangavelu, Narendhirakannan

    2013-01-01

    The antidiabetic and antioxidant potential of Triticum aestivum were evaluated by using in vivo methods in normal and streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. Diabetes was induced in the Wistar strain albino rats by injecting streptozotocin at a dose of 55 mg/kg body weight. Ethanolic extracts of Triticum aestivum at doses of 100 mg/kg body weight were administered orally for 30 days. Various parameters were studied and the treatment group with the extract showed a significant increase in the liver glycogen and a significant decrease in fasting blood glucose, glycosylated hemoglobin levels, and serum marker enzyme levels. The total cholesterol and serum triglycerides levels, low density lipoprotein, and very low density lipoprotein were also significantly reduced and the high density lipoprotein level was significantly increased upon treatment with the Triticum aestivum ethanol extract. A significant decrease in the levels of lipid peroxides, superoxide dismutase, and glutathione peroxidise and increase in the levels of vitamin E, catalase, and reduced glutathione were observed in Triticum aestivum treated diabetic rats. Thus, from this study we conclude that ethanolic extract of Triticum aestivum exhibited significant antihyperglycemic, hypolipidemic, and antioxidant activities in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. PMID:24416041

  8. Antidiabetic and Antioxidant Properties of Triticum aestivum in Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetic Rats

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    Yogesha Mohan

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available The antidiabetic and antioxidant potential of Triticum aestivum were evaluated by using in vivo methods in normal and streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. Diabetes was induced in the Wistar strain albino rats by injecting streptozotocin at a dose of 55 mg/kg body weight. Ethanolic extracts of Triticum aestivum at doses of 100 mg/kg body weight were administered orally for 30 days. Various parameters were studied and the treatment group with the extract showed a significant increase in the liver glycogen and a significant decrease in fasting blood glucose, glycosylated hemoglobin levels, and serum marker enzyme levels. The total cholesterol and serum triglycerides levels, low density lipoprotein, and very low density lipoprotein were also significantly reduced and the high density lipoprotein level was significantly increased upon treatment with the Triticum aestivum ethanol extract. A significant decrease in the levels of lipid peroxides, superoxide dismutase, and glutathione peroxidise and increase in the levels of vitamin E, catalase, and reduced glutathione were observed in Triticum aestivum treated diabetic rats. Thus, from this study we conclude that ethanolic extract of Triticum aestivum exhibited significant antihyperglycemic, hypolipidemic, and antioxidant activities in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.

  9. Role of Triticum aestivum aqueous extract in glucocorticoid induced osteoporosis in rats.

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    Banji, David; Banji, Otilia J F; Chiluka, Vijaya Laxmi; Abbagoni, Saidulu

    2014-02-01

    Administration of aqueous extract of T. aestivum (200 and 400 mg/kg/day, po, for 30 days) and risedronate (20 microg/kg, sc, five times a week for 30 days) following methyl prednisolone sodium succinate (10 mg/kg, sc, thrice a week for 4 weeks) induced osteoporosis in Wistar rats showed an increase in the serum levels of bone mineral content markers, decrease in the serum and urinary levels of bone resorption markers. An incline in strength of femur and tibia was seen particularly with 400 mg/kg of T. aestivum. Maintenance of calcium homeostasis, formation of collagen and scavenging of free radicals can plausibly be the mode of action of aqueous extract of T. aestivum thereby combating osteoporosis induced by glucocorticoids. PMID:24597148

  10. Production of galanthamine by Leucojum aestivum shoots grown in different bioreactor systems.

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    Schumann, Anika; Berkov, Strahil; Claus, Diana; Gerth, André; Bastida, Jaume; Codina, Carles

    2012-08-01

    The production of galanthamine by shoots of Leucojum aestivum grown in different bioreactor systems (shaking and nonshaking batch culture, temporary immersion system, bubble bioreactor, continuous and discontinuous gassing bioreactor) under different culture conditions was studied. The influence of the nutrient medium, weight of inoculum, and size of bioreactor on both growth and galanthamine production was studied. The maximal yield of galanthamine (19.416 mg) was achieved by cultivating the L. aestivum shoots (10 g of fresh inoculum) in a temporary immersion system in a 1-L bioreactor vessel which was used as an airlift culture vessel, gassing 12 times per day (5 min). PMID:22639366

  11. Antidiabetic and Antioxidant Properties of Triticum aestivum in Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetic Rats

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    Yogesha Mohan; Grace Nirmala Jesuthankaraj; Narendhirakannan Ramasamy Thangavelu

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    The antidiabetic and antioxidant potential of Triticum aestivum were evaluated by using in vivo methods in normal and streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. Diabetes was induced in the Wistar strain albino rats by injecting streptozotocin at a dose of 55 mg/kg body weight. Ethanolic extracts of Triticum aestivum at doses of 100 mg/kg body weight were administered orally for 30 days. Various parameters were studied and the treatment group with the extract showed a significant increase in the li...

  12. Characterization of Aegilops kotschyi Boiss. x Triticum aestivum L. hybrid lines

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    Roman Prażak; Edyta Paczos-Grzęda

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    A study of four F5 and one BC1F1 Aegilops kotschyi Boiss. x Triticum aestivum L. hybrid lines was conducted to determine their quantitative morphological and qualitative features as well as a molecular investigation was carried out. Observations of ten quantitative traits showed that the F5 hybrid lines exhibited intermediate values between Ae. kotschyi Boiss. and T. aestivum L., or had similar traits to one of the parents. These hybrid lines had a significantly lower number and weight of gra...

  13. Heat stress in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) : Effects on grain growth and quality traits

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    Spiertz, J.H.J.; Hamer, R.J.; Xu, H.; Primo Martin, C.; Don, C.; Putten, van der P.E.L.

    2006-01-01

    Heat stress effects on grain dry mass and quality were studied in spring wheat genotypes (Triticum aestivum L.). Three cultivars were chosen with respect to heat tolerance: Lavett (genotype 1), selected for temperate growing conditions and two CIMMYT cultivars, Ciano-79 (genotype 2) and Attila (geno

  14. Heat stress in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.): Effects on grain growth and quality traits

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    Spiertz, J.H.J.; Hamer, R.J.; Xu, H.; Primo-Martin, C.; Don, C.; Putten, P.E.L. van der

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    Heat stress effects on grain dry mass and quality were studied in spring wheat genotypes (Triticum aestivum L.). Three cultivars were chosen with respect to heat tolerance: Lavett (genotype 1), selected for temperate growing conditions and two CIMMYT cultivars, Ciano-79 (genotype 2) and Attila (geno

  15. Inheritance of grain polyphenol oxidase (PPO) activity in multiple wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genetic backgrounds

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    Grain polyphenol oxidase (PPO) activity can cause discoloration of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) food products. Five crosses (PI 117635/Antelope; Fielder/NW03681; Fielder/Antelope; NW07OR1070/Antelope; NW07OR1066/OR2050272H) were selected to study the genetic inheritance of PPO activity. STS marker...

  16. Nitrogen and Water Stress Impacts Hard Red Spring Wheat (Triticum aestivum) Canopy Reflectance

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    Remote sensing offers a simple, time efficient method for making in-season nitrogen (N) recommendations for spring wheat (Triticum aestivum). However, spectral crop reflectance can be confounded by water and N stress that simultaneously impact protein content and yields. The objective of this stu...

  17. In vitro effect of wheat bran (Triticum aestivum) extract on calcium oxalate urolithiasis crystallization.

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    Sekkoum, Khaled; Cheriti, Abdelkrim; Taleb, Safia

    2011-10-01

    Urolithiasis can lead to the loss of renal function in some cases. In this study, we tested the inhibiting effect of wheat bran (Triticum aestivum L) extract on calcium oxalate crystallization in a turbidimetric model, by FTIR spectroscopy, and polarized microscopy. The results show that this plant extract has a major inhibitory effect on calcium oxalate crystallization. PMID:22164778

  18. Metabolic Pathways of the Wheat (Triticum aestivum)Endosperm Amyloplast Revealed by Proteomics

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    By definition, amyloplasts are plastids specialized for starch production. However, amyloplasts have a broader range of functions that are not widely recognized. A recent proteomic study of amyloplasts isolated from wheat (Triticum aestivum Butte 86) endosperm suggested that they share many of the ...

  19. IMPROVING WHEAT TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. BY INTERSPECIFIC AND INTERGENERIC HYBRIDIZATION WITH POACEAE FAMILY SPECIES

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    Czaplicki A.Z.

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available The related species of the family Poaceae (Triticeae are the source of unprecedented new genes that allow the extension of genetic variation of common wheat Triticum aestivum L. These species have similar homoeologous chromosomes and rDNA sequences very similar to T. aestivum L. [1-3]. This allows the introgression of alien genes and their incorporation into the genomes A, B and D of wheat, where they can function permanently in the wheat genetic systems. Many of them have already been transferred to the varieties of T. aestivum L. [4].The experimental material consisted of 28 lines of winter wheat obtained using the interspecific and intergeneric hybridization of T. aestivum L. with alien species T. durum Desf., T. timopheevii Zhuk., Lolium perenne L. and Aegilops speltoides Taush. Among them, 15 lines were developed from the cross-combination with tetraploid species (AABB T. durum Desf., 4 lines from the combination with other tetraploid species of different genome composition (AAGG T. timopheevii Zhuk., 4 lines from cross with L. perenne L. and 5 lines were the double hybrids (three-generic derived with two related species, T. durum Desf. (AABB and Ae. speltoides Taush (BB.The anther culture method was used for obtaining DH lines from these interspecific and intergeneric hybrids. In in vitro culture 124 green plants were regenerated. The method of cluster analysis grouped hybrids in terms of comprehensive general similarity of the studied traits.

  20. Triticum aestivum L., 1753, pšenice setá

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    Mahelka, Václav

    Praha : ČSOP, 2006 - (Mlíkovský, J.; Stýblo, P.), s. 191-193 ISBN 80-86770-17-6 Grant ostatní: GA MŽP(CZ) SM/6/37/04 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z60050516 Keywords : Triticum aestivum * distribution * invasibility Subject RIV: EF - Botanics

  1. Flow Sorting of Mitotic Chromosomes in Common Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Vrána, Jan; Doleželová, Marie; Šimková, Hana; Čihalíková, Jarmila; Lysák, Martin; Doležel, Jaroslav

    2000-01-01

    Roč. 156, - (2000), s. 2033-2041. ISSN 0016-6731 R&D Projects: GA ČR GV521/96/K117; GA MŠk ME 376 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z5038910 Keywords : Mitotic Chromosomes * Triticum aestivum L. Subject RIV: EB - Genetics ; Molecular Biology Impact factor: 4.687, year: 2000

  2. Chromosome sorting and its applications in common wheat (Triticum aestivum) genome sequencing

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    Wu, S.W.; Xiao, Y.; Zheng, X.; Cai, Y.F.; Doležel, Jaroslav; Liu, B.H.; Yang, L.; Song, M.F.; Zhou, P.; Zhou, Y.; Meng, F.H.; Wang, S.H.; Liu, H.W.; Zhai, H.Q.; Yang, J.P.

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    Roč. 55, č. 15 (2010), s. 1463-1468. ISSN 1001-6538 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50380511 Keywords : Triticum aestivum * flow cytogenetics * chromosome sorting Subject RIV: EB - Genetics ; Molecular Biology Impact factor: 1.087, year: 2010

  3. Allelopathic effect of Ashwagandha against the germination and radicle growth of Cicer arietinum and Triticum aestivum

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    Sangita Chandra

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Background: Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera is an important medicinal plant in Indian traditional system of medicine and traditionally has been used for several medicinal purposes in the Indian subcontinent. Objective: The present study was aimed at the evaluation of allelopathic effect of hydroalcoholic extract of ashwagandha against germination and radicle growth of Cicer arietinum and Triticum aestivum seeds. Materials and Methods: The extract at different concentrations was incubated in controlled conditions with the surface sterilized seeds of C. arietinum and T. aestivum and observed periodically for seed germination and radicle growth to assess the allelopathic behavior. Results: The extract mainly at higher concentrations demonstrated promising allelopathic potential by significantly affecting seed germination and radicle elongation of both C. arietinum and T. aestivum in a concentration dependent manner. T. aestivum was found to be more sensitive than C. arietinum. Conclusion: The present study demonstrated remarkable allelopathic potential of ashwagandha against the test seeds. The effect was plausibly due to the alkaloid and withanolide contents of ashwagandha.

  4. Dynamics of rhizosphere properties and antioxidative responses in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under cadmium stress.

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    Li, Yonghua; Wang, Li; Yang, Linsheng; Li, Hairong

    2014-04-01

    In this study, we performed a rhizobox experiment to examine the dynamic changes in the rhizosphere properties and antioxidant enzyme responses of Triticum aestivum L. under three levels of cadmium stress. A set of micro-techniques (i.e., Rhizobox and Rhizon SMS) were applied for the dynamically non-destructive collection of the rhizosphere soil solution to enable the observation at a high temporal resolution. The dynamics of soluble cadmium and dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in the rhizosphere soil solutions of the Triticum aestivum L. were characterised by the sequence week 0 after sowing (WAS0)soil solution pH was found to follow an opposite distribution pattern. Systematically, both superoxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase (CAT) activities in the leaves of the Triticum aestivum L. increased concomitantly with increasing cadmium levels (p>0.05) and growth duration (pstress with a decrease at high cadmium stress (p>0.05). These results suggested the enhancement of DOC production and the greater antioxidant enzyme activities were two important protective mechanisms of Triticum aestivum L. under cadmium stress, whereas rhizosphere acidification might be an important mechanism for the mobilisation of soil cadmium. The results also revealed that plant-soil interactions strongly influence the soil solution chemistry in the rhizosphere of Triticum aestivum L., that, in turn, can stimulate chemical and biochemical responses in the plants. In most cases, these responses to cadmium stress were sensitive and might allow us to develop strategies for reducing the risks of the cadmium contamination to crop production. PMID:24580822

  5. SSR-based identification of genetic groups within European populations of Tuber aestivum Vittad.

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    Molinier, Virginie; Murat, Claude; Peter, Martina; Gollotte, Armelle; De la Varga, Herminia; Meier, Barbara; Egli, Simon; Belfiori, Beatrice; Paolocci, Francesco; Wipf, Daniel

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    Tuber species are ectomycorrhizal ascomycetes establishing relationships with different host trees and forming hypogeous fruiting bodies known as truffles. Among Tuber species, Tuber aestivum Vittad. has a wide distributional range being found naturally all over Europe. Here, we performed large-scale population genetic analyses in T. aestivum to (i) investigate its genetic diversity at the European scale, (ii) characterize its genetic structure and test for the presence of ecotypes and (iii) shed light into its demographic history. To reach these goals, 230 ascocarps from different populations were genotyped using 15 polymorphic simple sequence repeat markers. We identified 181 multilocus genotypes and four genetic groups which did not show a clear geographical separation; although, one of them was present exclusively in Southeast France, Italy and Spain. Fixation index values between pairs of genetic groups were generally high and ranged from 0.29 to 0.45. A significant deficit of heterozygosity indicated a population expansion instead of a recent population bottleneck, suggesting that T. aestivum is not endangered in Europe, not even in Mediterranean regions. Our study based on a large-scale population genetic analysis suggests that genetically distinct populations and likely ecotypes within T. aestivum are present. In turn, this study paves the way to future investigations aimed at addressing the biological and/or ecological factors that have concurred in shaping the population genetic structure of this species. Present results should also have implications for the truffle market since defining genetic markers are now possible at least for some specific T. aestivum genetic groups. PMID:26070448

  6. Indução de mutação visando a redução de altura de planta e resistência às doenças no cultivar de trigo (Triticum aestivum L.) IAC-17 Reduction of plant height and disease resistance through mutation breeding of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) IAC-17

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    A. Tulmann Neto; C.E. de O. CAMARGO; M.C. Alves; J.L. DE CASTRO; GALLO P.B

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    A redução na altura da planta e obtenção de resistência às doenças foi experimentada através da indução de mutação por raios-gama na variedade de trigo (Triticum aestivum L.) IAC-17. Sementes foram irradiadas com 35 krad e a partir da geração M2 iniciou-se a seleção. Três das linhagens selecionadas foram comparadas com o cultivar original IAC-17, durante três anos, em sete ensaios avançados realizados em vários locais, em condição de sequeiro e irrigação. Os resultados demonstraram a obtenção...

  7. EFFECTS OF SIMULATED ACIDIC RAIN ON YIELDS OF 'RAPHANUS SATIVUS', 'LACTUCA SATIVA', 'TRITICUM AESTIVUM' AND 'MEDICAGO SATIVA'

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    Experiments were performed to determine effects of simulated acidic rain on radishes (Raphanus sativus), wheat(Triticum aestivum) and alfalfa (Medicago sativa) grown under greenhouse conditions. Experimental designs allowed the detection of statistically significant differences a...

  8. Heavy metal uptake, translocation, and bioaccumulation studies of Triticum aestivum cultivated in contaminated dredged materials.

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    Shumaker, Ketia L; Begonia, Gregorio

    2005-08-01

    Phytoremediation is a technology that uses vegetation to remediate contaminants from water, soil, and sediments. Unlike traditional remediation techniques such as soil washing or vitrification, phytoremediation offers a technology that is solar-driven, aesthetically pleasing, and cost effective. Recent studies indicate that winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is a potential accumulator for heavy metals such as lead (Pb) and cadmium (Cd) in hydroponic systems. Based on these findings, a laboratory study was conducted with the primary objective of determining the phytoaccumulation capability of this plant species for heavy metals from contaminated dredged materials (DMs) originating from two confined disposal facilities (CDF). The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) manages several hundred million cubic meters of DMs each year, and 5 to 10 % of these DMs require special handling because they are contaminated with hazardous substances that can move from the substrates into food webs causing unacceptable risk outside CDFs. Phytoremediation may offer an alternative to decrease this risk. Chemical analyses by USACE personnel identified 17 metals in various DMs, but in this present study, only zinc (Zn) and Cd were investigated. Pre-germinated seeds of the test plants were planted under laboratory conditions in pots containing the various DMs and reference soil. Four weeks after planting, plants were harvested and separated into roots and shoots for biomass production and tissue metal concentrations analyses. Results showed that T. aestivum plants have the capacity to tolerate and grow in multiple-metal contaminated DMs with the potential of accumulating various amounts of Zn and Cd. Root and shoot biomass of T. aestivum were not significantly affected by the DMs on which the plants were grown suggesting that this plant species can grow just as well on DMs contaminated by various metals as in the reference soil. No significant differences in the Zn tissue

  9. Heavy Metal Uptake, Translocation, and Bioaccumulation Studies of Triticum aestivum Cultivated in Contaminated Dredged Materials

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    Gregorio Begonia

    2005-08-01

    Full Text Available Phytoremediation is a technology that uses vegetation to remediate contaminants from water, soil, and sediments. Unlike traditional remediation techniques such as soil washing or vitrification, phytoremediation offers a technology that is solar-driven, aesthetically pleasing, and cost effective. Recent studies indicate that winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L. is a potential accumulator for heavy metals such as lead (Pb and cadmium (Cd in hydroponic systems. Based on these findings, a laboratory study was conducted with the primary objective of determining the phytoaccumulation capability of this plant species for heavy metals from contaminated dredged materials (DMs originating from two confined disposal facilities (CDF. The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE manages several hundred million cubic meters of DMs each year, and 5 to 10 % of these DMs require special handling because they are contaminated with hazardous substances that can move from the substrates into food webs causing unacceptable risk outside CDFs. Phytoremediation may offer an alternative to decrease this risk. Chemical analyses by USACE personnel identified 17 metals in various DMs, but in this present study, only zinc (Zn and Cd were investigated. Pre-germinated seeds of the test plants were planted under laboratory conditions in pots containing the various DMs and reference soil. Four weeks after planting, plants were harvested and separated into roots and shoots for biomass production and tissue metal concentrations analyses. Results showed that T. aestivum plants have the capacity to tolerate and grow in multiple-metal contaminated DMs with the potential of accumulating various amounts of Zn and Cd. Root and shoot biomass of T. aestivum were not significantly affected by the DMs on which the plants were grown suggesting that this plant species can grow just as well on DMs contaminated by various metals as in the reference soil. No significant differences in the Zn

  10. Protein Level and Heavy Metals (Pb, Cr, and Cd) Concentrations in Wheat (Triticum aestivum) and in Oat (Avena sativa) Plants

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    Syed Noor Ul Abideen; Syed Ainul Abideen

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    The aim of the study was to investigate heavy metal accumulation in wheat (Triticum aestivum) and oat (Avena sativa), and other physiological and biochemical parameters affected by these heavy metals. The data revealed that maximum plant fresh weight and plant dry weight was recorded for oat and minimum plant fresh weight and plant dry weight was noted for wheat (Triticum aestivum). The data also indicated that higher concentration of proline and DNA concentration was noted in wheat (Triticum...

  11. STUDY OF THE ANTIHYPERLIPIDEMIC, ANTIOXIDATIVE AND ANTIATHEROGENIC ACTIVITY OF TRITICUM AESTIVUM LINN. IN RABBIT RECEIVING HIGH FAT DIET

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    Das Swarnamoni; Hakim Abdul; Mittal Ajay

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    The aim was to study of the antihyperlipidemic, antioxidative and antiatherogenic activity of Triticum aestivum Linn. in rabbit receiving high fat diet. Twenty rabbits of either sex were taken and divided into four groups five in each as - Normal Control- received normal diet, Hyperlipidemic control- received high fat diet, Test drug group - received high fat diet plus ethanolic extract of Triticum aestivum 500 mg/Kg /day orally and Standard Drug group- received high fat diet plus Atorvastati...

  12. A Study of the Protective Effect of Triticum aestivum L. in an Experimental Animal Model of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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    Mukundam Borah; Phulen Sarma; Swarnamoni Das

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    Background: Oxidative stress plays a major role in the pathogenesis of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). Keeping in view the proven antioxidant activity of Triticum aestivum L., this study has been undertaken to explore the potential therapeutic benefit of this plant in the treatment of CFS. Objective: To study the protective effect of the ethanolic extract of the leaves of Triticum aestivum (EETA) in an experimental mice model of CFS. Materials and Methods: Five groups of albino mice (20-25 g)...

  13. ANTICANCER AND CYTOTOXIC POTENTIAL OF TRITICUM AESTIVUM EXTRACT ON HELA CELL LINE

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    Patel Janki B.

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available The objective of the study was to analyze the anticancer property of the leaves of Triticum aestivum on HeLa cells. The Indian medicinal plant Triticum aestivum that is used in traditional medicine for cancer and non cancerous diseases was collected. The crude methanolic extract was prepared by using standard protocols. The antiproliferative effect the methanolic extract was evaluated in vitro by employing MTT assay. The potency of each plant extract concentration was calculated in terms of percent decrease in viable HeLa cells as compared to the control value. The extract showed dose dependent antitumor activity. The MTT assay showed an anti proliferative activity (IC50 at 156 μg/ml of crude extract.

  14. Main varieties of bread (Triticum aestivum L.) and durum (Triticum durum Desf.) wheat.

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    Чебаков, М. П.

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    Results of systematization and morphological characteristics of two wheat species-bread (Triticum aestivum L.) and hard (Triticum durum Desf.) are given. Detail descriptions of 55 main varieties of bread wheat and 32 varieties of hard wheat arep- resented in table version. In practical application these result enable plant breeders, seed producers and variety testers to determine wheat varieties easily sinse it is method for morphological systematics of wheat.

  15. Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles Using Triticum aestivum and Its Effect on Peroxide Catalytic Activity and Toxicology

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    Sharada Dagade; Pooja Chavan; Shobha Waghmode; Vidya Kalyankar

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    The synthesis of stable silver nanoparticles using bioreduction method was investigated. Biological synthesis of silver nanoparticles using Triticum aestivum (khapali ghahu) extract was investigated. The effect of a specific variety of plants and how it affects the growth of silver nanoparticles was investigated in our work and it was polydispersed. UV-visible spectroscopy was used to monitor the formation of silver nanoparticles within 15 minutes. The peaks in XRD pattern are in good agreeme...

  16. Anticancer Effect of Rutin Isolated from the Methanolic Extract of Triticum aestivum Straw in Mice

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    Savita Dixit

    2014-01-01

    Rutin is the bioactive flavanoid isolated from the straw part of Triticum aestivum and possess various pharmacological applications. The aim of this study is to evaluate the chemopreventive potential of rutin in an experimental skin carcinogenesis mice model system. Skin tumor was induced by topical application of 7,12-dimethyl benz(a) anthracene (DMBA) and promoted by croton oil in Swiss albino mice. To assess the chemopreventive potential of rutin, it was orally administered at a concentrat...

  17. Heavy Metal Uptake, Translocation, and Bioaccumulation Studies of Triticum aestivum Cultivated in Contaminated Dredged Materials

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    Gregorio Begonia; Shumaker, Ketia L.

    2005-01-01

    Phytoremediation is a technology that uses vegetation to remediate contaminants from water, soil, and sediments. Unlike traditional remediation techniques such as soil washing or vitrification, phytoremediation offers a technology that is solar-driven, aesthetically pleasing, and cost effective. Recent studies indicate that winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is a potential accumulator for heavy metals such as lead (Pb) and cadmium (Cd) in hydroponic systems. Based on these findings, a labora...

  18. Contaminants in organically and conventionally produced winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) in Belgium

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    Pussemier, Luc; Harcz, Peter; De Temmerman, Ludwig; De Voghel, Simon; Waegeneers, Nadia; Wilmart, Olivier; Vromman, Valérie; Schmit, Jean-François; Moons, Emmanuelle; Van Peteghem, Carlos; De Saeger, Sarah; Schneider, Yves Jacques; Larondelle, Yvan

    2007-01-01

    Abstract A database has been compiled with the levels of important contaminants (mycotoxins, heavy metals and pesticides) measured from 2002 to 2005 in winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) grown in Belgium according to the organic and conventional farming systems. Assuming no further change in contaminant levels during cereal processing and during the preparation of foodstuffs, conservative intakes are estimated for the consumers of cereal based products such as flour, bread, breakfast...

  19. The stem structure of Triticum aestivum L. under different mineral nutrition

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    Olga I. Zhuk

    2014-04-01

    Full Text Available The effect of supplying of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L. plants by nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium on the main stem structure and plant productivity was studied for cultivars ‘Mironivska 808’ and ‘Smuglyanka’. It was shown that increased mineral nutrition causes increasing stem and central xylem vessels diameter on average of 1 mm. Increased plant productivity was supported by increasing grains quantity per ear and mass of 1000 grains.

  20. Genetic and ecological aspects of gene flow from wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) to Aegilops L. species

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    Schoenenberger, Nicola; Küpfer, Philippe

    2006-01-01

    Genetic and ecological aspects of gene flow from wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) to Aegilops L. species Hybridisation and introgression from crops to wild relatives is a key issue in risk assessment. In the present study, hybridisation and introgression dynamics from hexaploid wheat (2n=42) to tetraploid Aegilops species (2n=28) were investigated by experiments in natural conditions or in the greenhouse, and by genetic analyses. In order to study crop-weed hybridisation as a function of distance...

  1. Water movement into dormant and non-dormant wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grains

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    Rathjen, Judith R.; Strounina, Ekaterina V.; Mares, Daryl J.

    2009-01-01

    The movement of water into harvest-ripe grains of dormant and non-dormant genotypes of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) was investigated using Magnetic Resonance Micro-Imaging (MRMI). Images of virtual sections, both longitudinal and transverse, throughout the grain were collected at intervals after the start of imbibition and used to reconstruct a picture of water location within the different grain tissues and changes over time. The observations were supplemented by the weighing measurements of...

  2. Proteomic Analysis Reveals Key Proteins and Phosphoproteins upon Seed Germination of Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Dong, Kun; Zhen, Shoumin; Cheng, Zhiwei; Cao, Hui; Ge, Pei; Yan, Yueming

    2015-01-01

    Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is one of the oldest cultivated crops and the second most important food crop in the world. Seed germination is the key developmental process in plant growth and development, and poor germination directly affects plant growth and subsequent grain yield. In this study, we performed the first dynamic proteome analysis of wheat seed germination using a two-dimensional differential gel electrophoresis (2D-DIGE)-based proteomic approach. A total of 166 differentially e...

  3. Allelopathic effect of Ashwagandha against the germination and radicle growth of Cicer arietinum and Triticum aestivum

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    Sangita Chandra; Priyanka Chatterjee; Protapaditya Dey; Sanjib Bhattacharya

    2012-01-01

    Background: Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is an important medicinal plant in Indian traditional system of medicine and traditionally has been used for several medicinal purposes in the Indian subcontinent. Objective: The present study was aimed at the evaluation of allelopathic effect of hydroalcoholic extract of ashwagandha against germination and radicle growth of Cicer arietinum and Triticum aestivum seeds. Materials and Methods: The extract at different concentrations was incubated in ...

  4. Evaluation of seedling characteristics of wheat (triticum aestivum L.) through canonical correlation analysis

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    Erayman, Mustafa; Abeyo, Bekele Geleta; Baenziger, P. Stephen; Budak, Hikmet; Eskridge, Kent M

    2006-01-01

    To examine the seedling characteristics of nine different bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) varieties, several variables regarding seedling size and germination characteristics were analyzed using canonical correlation analysis. Significantly correlated first canonical variate pairs indicated that the variables within each set such as coleoptile length, shoot length and fresh weight within size set, and emergence rate index and germination percentage can be regarded as main factors for vigor...

  5. EVALUATING THE DROUGHT STRESS TOLERANCE EFFICIENCY OF WHEAT ( TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) CULTIVARS

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    SAMMAR RAZA M.A.; Saleem, M. F.; Khan, I H; M. Jamil; Ijaz, M.; Khan, M. A.

    2012-01-01

    The study was conducted at the Nuclear Institute for Agriculture and Biology (NIAB), Faisalabad, Pakistan to evaluate the drought stress tolerance efficiency of wheat cultivars. Eight wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes namely (Pasban-90, Inqalab-91, Auqab-2000, AS-2002, Sahar-2006, Shafaq-2006, Lasani-2008, and FSD-2008) were used for screening in laboratory. Three techniques were used for the screening. These techniques are (I) seed germination at -0.6 MPa external water potential (PEG-6...

  6. In vivo evaluation of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars for moisture stress

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    S. Tamiru

    2014-01-01

    In Ethiopia, wheat productivity is constrained by water stress especially at germination and seedling stage. The objective of this research was to determine the effect of moisture stress on bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) cultivars. Four wheat cultivars (Danda’a, Kubsa, Huluka and Local) were treated with six levels of water stress (0, 50, 100, 150, 200 and 250 g L-1) using PEG-6000. The experiment was arranged factorally in completely randomized design with three replications. Data on germin...

  7. Genetic analysis of preharvest sprouting tolerance in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L. emend. Thell.)

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    Yücel, Cemal; BALOCH, Faheem Shehzad; HATİPOĞLU, RÜŞTÜ; Özkan, Hakan

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    Rains during grain ripening in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) can cause preharvest sprouting (PHS), which drastically affects the grain yield and the baking quality of flour. In the present study, to screen 7 cultivars and 4 lines of spring bread wheat for PHS, germination tests were conducted with seeds obtained from wet spikes harvested immediately after natural rainfall. Germination tests were carried out as 3 different treatments: 1) seeds immediately germinated after hand-threshing on samp...

  8. Glycinebetaine applied under drought improved the physiological efficiency of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) plant

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    Muhammad Aown Sammar Raza, Muhammad Farrukh Saleem; Muhammad Yasin Ashraf; Asghar Ali; Hafiz Naeem Asghar

    2012-01-01

    Study to find out the response of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars to exogenous application of 100 mM glycinebetaine (GB) at different growth stages (vegetative, flowering and grain filling) was carried out under water limited environment, at the Nuclear Institute for Agriculture and Biology (NIAB), Faisalabad during 2008-09, to find out the best GB application stage for improvement in drought tolerance potential. The wire house experiment was laid out in completely randomized design. D...

  9. Evaluation of drought tolerance in several genotypes of spelt (Triticum aestivum Var. Spelta)

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    Silva, João Miguel Borges Branco da

    2014-01-01

    Domestication of plants and plant breeding have dramatically eroded the allelic variations of crop species which led to an increasing susceptibility of crop plants to environmental stresses, diseases and pests. Drought is a major environmental stress factor that affects the growth and development of plants so the selection of tolerant genotypes becomes increasingly important with respect to the predicted effects of global warming. In this study, several genotypes of Spelt (Triticum aestivum v...

  10. Molecular markers validation to drought resistance in wheat meal (Triticum aestivum L.) under greenhouse conditions

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    Gabriel Julio; Veramendi Silene; España Pablo

    2013-01-01

    With the aim to study the genetic resistance to drought and validate molecular markers co-localized with genes/QTLs for this factor, 16 varieties were evaluated as well as advanced lines of wheat meal (Triticum aestivum) in two stages of crop development. Physiological parameters were considered: amount of chlorophyll (clo), wilting or severity degree (SEV) and recovery (reco), morphological parameters: foliage dry matter (FDM) and root dry matter (RDM), the integrated resistance mechanisms:...

  11. ANTHOCYANIN PIGMENTATION IN TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.: GENETIC BASIS AND ROLE UNDER ABIOTIC STRESS CONDITIONS

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    Tereshchenko O.Yu.; E.I. Gordeeva; V.S. Arbuzova; E.K. Khlestkina

    2012-01-01

    Anthocyanins are secondary metabolites of plants. They have a wide range of biological activity such as antioxidant, photoprotection, osmoregulation, heavy metal ions chelation, antimicrobial and antifungal activities, which help plants to survive under different stress conditions. Bread wheat (T. aestivum L.) can have purple pigmentation provided by anthocyanin compounds in different organs, such as grain pericarp, coleoptile, culm, leaf blades, leaf sheaths, glumes and anthers. However, the...

  12. The role of pH in Tuber aestivum syn. uncinatum mycorrhiza development within commercial orchards

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    Paul W. Thomas

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available The accepted advice when establishing a plantation of Tuber aestivum syn. uncinatum is that young inoculated trees should be planted on calcareous soils with a naturally high pH level. When a site is employed that has a naturally low pH level, lime is often applied to raise the pH to a considered ideal level of c.7.5. However, this may not be the correct approach. Here we present data from 33 data points taken from commercial truffle orchards in England, UK. Soil pH is correlated to Tuber aestivum syn. uncinatum mycorrhiza survivorship and development. The optimal observed pH was 7.51 but the actual optimal pH for cultivation may be higher. Sub optimal pH levels lead to a reduction of Tuber aestivum syn. uncinatum mycorrhiza. This reduction is not permanent and mycorrhization levels may be improved within a 12 month period by amending the soil pH. The importance of understanding the interaction of pH with other variables and the results in relation truffle cultivation are discussed.

  13. Ecological characteristics of a Hungarian summer truffle (Tuber aestivum Vittad. producing area

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    Csorbai A. Gógán

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Hungary has outstanding environment for natural truffle production in some regions including plain and hilly areas. The most famous of all the natural summer truffle (Tuber aestivum Vittad. habitats is the commonly called Jászság region. This area is situated in the middle of Hungary, between river Danube and Tisza. The flatland area is basically covered by river alluviums with main soils of chernozems, fluvisols, solonchaks and arenosols. Climate of the region is typically continental: warm and dry summers and cold winters vary. The area is traditionally of agricultural use, although strong afforestation was made in the late 1950’s. The English oak (Quercus robur L. populations planted at that time gave a basis for current excellent truffle production. Nowadays the region has proved to be the best natural summer truffle (T. aestivum producing area of Hungary with early season opening (June and high quality truffles as early as August. In the research the best truffle producing forest blocks were selected for ecological investigation. Results of the detailed site description showed uniform climate characteristics and dominance of English oak (Q. robur or mixed English oak-Turkey oak (Quercus cerris L. forests. Soil types revealed differences from earlier findings: dominance of gleysols and water affected chernozems was declared. Soil chemical parameters are in accordance with literature data: pH, organic matter and active carbonate content of the examined soils fall within the range indicated as the requirement of T. aestivum.

  14. Ectomycorrhizal communities above and below ground and truffle productivity in a Tuber aestivum orchard

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    Elena Salerni

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available Aim of study: The diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungal communities (EM above (EMFb and below (EMMt ground associated with Quercus cerris L., Q. pubescens Willd., and Pinus nigra J.F.Arnold was analyzed.Area of study: A 20 year-old orchard that produces Tuber aestivum truffles, located a few kilometers from Chiusi della Verna (latitude 43° 41’ 53’’; longitude 11° 56’ 9’’ in Tuscany (central Italy was observed.Material and Methods: This investigation combined analyses of EMFb, EMMt, T. aestivum productivity, different host trees, and statistical data on community ecology.Main results: The EM communities showed high species richness and differed slightly in relation to both the host tree and their location above or below ground, providing frequent findings of Tricholoma and Tomentella, respectively. Positive correlations were found between the number of truffles and host trees, and between the weight and number of truffles and EMFb.Research highlights: Mycorrhizal fungi and truffle production are not in competition.Key words: Fungal communities; fruiting bodies; morphotypes; Tuber aestivum; competition; Italy.

  15. Cadmium toxicity on seed germination and seedling growth of wheat Triticum aestivum

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    Maria de Fátima Souza Guilherme

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available Cadmium toxicity in seed germination and seedling growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum, var. IAC-370 is assessed. The ecotoxicological effects of six experimental concentrations of cadmium (0.03; 0.06; 0.12; 0.6; 1.2; 2.4; 4.8 mM, and control were evaluated. All assays were performed in quadruplicates with 25 seeds per replication in Petri dishes. Responses for toxic effect comprised the variables germination percentage, index of velocity of germination (IVG, length of aerial section and root of the seedlings, green and dry mass of the seedlings. Results showed that T. aestivum seeds exposed to cadmium decreased their normal germination percentage as from 0.03 mM concentration, with a 31% reduction of germination percentage and a 20% decrease in IVG. Cadmium´s inhibition effect on initial growth of seedlings influenced growth of roots and aerial part as from concentration 0.12 mM and reduced the production of green and dry mass of seedlings as from 0.06 mM. The presence and accumulation of cadmium in the soil cultivated with T. aestivum may trigger liabilities in productivity and/or viability caused by its toxicity as from 0.03mM concentrations absorbed by the plant roots.

  16. ESTUDIO DE ALGUNOS GÉNEROS MICROBIANOS ASOCIADOS A DIFERENTES VARIEDADES DE TRIGO (Triticum aestivum L. EN SUELO FERRALÍTICO ROJO

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    Annia Hernández

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    Full Text Available Se estudiaron los géneros bacterianos predominantes en la rizosfera de cuatro variedades de trigo (Triticum aestivum L. crecido en un suelo Ferralítico Rojo. También se evaluó la quimioatracción de algunas rizobacterias hacia los exudados radicales de este cultivo. Se utilizó el Modelo Espermosférico para el aislamiento y los tubos colectores y la cámara de quimiotaxis modificada para la evaluación del efecto quimiotáctico de los exudados radicales. Los resultados obtenidos demostraron que en las variedades Gang y Caeté, Pseudomonas es la población dominante, siendo Pseudomonas (Burkholderia cepacia la especie más fuertemente atraída por los exudados radicales a los 14 días y 40 minutos de exposición. En las variedades Culiacam y Antisama, es el género Azospirillum el predominante en la rizosfera, siendo esta especie la más fuertemente atraída por los exudados radicales a los 14 días y 60 minutos de exposición. Esta investigación permite la aplicación de biofertilizantes a base de los géneros microbianos predominantes en la rizosfera del trigo, potenciando su actividad sin alterar la biología del suelo.

  17. Effect of 2,4-D on Seedling Physiology and Cytogenetical Studies in Triticum aestivum and Phalaris minor ( Gramineae )%Effect of 2,4-D on Seedling Physiology and Cytogenetical Studies in Triticum aestivum and Phalaris minor (Gramineae)

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    Muhammad Rashid Khan; Khawaja Muhammad Aslam

    2006-01-01

    Effects of 2,4-D on seedling growth and chromosomal abnormalities were studied in Triticum aestivum and Phalaris minor. Seeds were soaked at different concentrations of 2,4 -D (0.01%, 0.1%, 1.0% ) for 4, 8, 12 and 16 hours. 2,4-D suppressed the germination more severely in P. minor than in T. aestivum. Shoot and root length was retarded with the increase of concentration and time of treatment in both species. Generally radical was more negatively affected than coleoptile and emergence of radical was not observed at 1.0% concentration at 8, 12, and 16 hours of treatment in T. aestivum while in P. minor there was a total lack of radical emergence at 1.0% concentration for all durations of treatment. Stiff and curled roots and undifferentiated callus like scutellar tissues were observed in T. aestivum, while in P. minor the coleoptile obtained was lean, pale green in colour and was lying flat on filter paper. Mitotic index decreased, while chromosomal abnormalities, bridges and laggards were increased with the increase of concentration and soaking time however, laggards were not observed in T. aestivum. Clumping and chain formation of chromosomes at metaphase was also noticed in P. minor.

  18. Fractionation of Rare Earth Elements in Plants Ⅰ. Fractionation Patterns and Their Forming Mechanisms in Different Organs of Triticum Aestivum

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    Liang Tao; Ding Shiming; Zhang Chaosheng; Zhang Zili; Yan Juncai; Li Haitao

    2005-01-01

    Fractionations of rare earth elements (REEs) and the forming mechanisms in plants were studied using Triticum aestivum as plant material with application of exogenous REEs and hydroponic culture. REEs were significantly fractionated in different parts of Triticum aestivum. M-type tetrad effect could be observed in both root and shoot of Triticum aestivum, which might result from the different abilities of REEs to form phosphate precipitation. Middle REEs (MREEs), light REEs (LREEs) and heavy REEs (HREEs) were enriched in root, stem and leaf of Triticum aestivum, respectively. REE speciation calculations using VMINTEQ program show REEs in simulated xylem solution mainly exist as REE-EDTA- and RE3+, but only HREEs are enriched in REE-EDTA-, while LREEs are enriched in the other REE species. It is suggested that the fractionation between LREEs and HREEs might be caused by the uptake of REE-EDTA- in Triticum aestivum leaves, but might result from the uptake of the other REE species in their stems.

  19. Miocarditis por dengue

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    Ricardo Amador García Hernández; Fidel Espinosa Rivera; Lianet Rivero Seriel

    2013-01-01

    El dengue es un arbovirus transmitido por el Aedes aegypti, produce los cuadros clínicos de dengue clásico, dengue hemorrágico y síndrome de choque por dengue, aisladamente se reportan casos de miocarditis. Se presentó un paciente con antecedentes de dengue clásico que manifestó dolor precordial asociado a cambios electrocardiográficos y fue ingresado en este hospital por síndrome coronario agudo probable, al cual se le diagnosticó clínicamente miocarditis por dengue.

  20. Molecular Characterization and Global Expression Analysis of Lectin Receptor Kinases in Bread Wheat (Triticum aestivum)

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    Pandey, Ajay K.; Singh, Kashmir; Upadhyay, Santosh Kumar

    2016-01-01

    Lectin receptor kinases (LRKs) play a critical role in plants during development and stress conditions, but a comprehensive analysis at genome level is still not carried out in Triticum aestivum. Herein, we performed the genome wide identification, characterization and expression analysis of these genes in T. aestivum (TaLRK). In-total 263 TaLRK genes were identified, which were further classified into three groups based on the nature of lectin domain. We identified, two TaLRKs consisted of calcium-dependent lectin (C-LRK), while 84 legume-lectin (L-LRK) and 177 bulb-lectin (B-LRK) domains. The L-LRK and B-LRK genes were distributed throughout the genome of T. aestivum. Most of the TaLRKs were clustered as homologs, which were distributed either in proximity on same chromosome or on homoeologous chromosomes of A, B and D sub-genomes. A total of 9 and 58 duplication events were also predicted in L-LRK and B-LRK, respectively. Phylogenetic analysis indicated conserved evolutionary relationship of homologous and orthologous genes from multiple plant species. Gene ontology analysis indicated TaLRKs role in binding, signaling and receptor activities. Most of the TaLRKs consisted of a trans-membrane domain and predicted to be localized in the plasma-membrane. A diverse expression pattern of TaLRK genes was found in various developmental stages and stress conditions. Some TaLRKs were found to be highly affected during a particular stress, which indicated a specialized role of each LRK gene in a specific stress condition. These results described various characteristic feature and expression pattern of TaLRK genes, which will pave the way for functional characterization in wheat. PMID:27111449

  1. Responses of alloplasmic (cytoplasm=Triticum timopheevii) and euplasmic wheats (Triticum aestivum) to photoperiod and vernalization.

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    Ward, R W; Heyne, E G; Paulsen, G M

    1983-07-01

    Studies were conducted to determine the influence of the male sterility-inducing cytoplasm of Triticum timopheevii (Zhuk.) Zhuk. on response of several common winter wheat (T. aestivum L.) nuclear genotypes to photoperiod and vernalization. Comparative studies of cytoplasmic substitution lines provide information on the role of the cytoplasmic genetic mechanism in growth and development. In the case of cytoplasmic male sterility-based hybrid production systems, ubiquity of sterility-inducing cytoplasm in derived hybrids warrants thorough characterization of its influence on plant phenotype. Factorial combinations of cytoplasm (T. timopheevii and T. aestivum), nuclear genotype, and photoperiod or vernalization treatments were evaluated under hydroponic conditions in controlled environment chambers. Interaction of cytoplasm, photoperiod, and nuclear genotype was significant in one or more experiments for days to anthesis and potential spikelet number, and interaction of cytoplasm, vernalization, and nuclear genotype was significant for days to spike emergence. Long day length was associated with increased percentage seed set in one study, but interactions of photoperiod and cytoplasm were not detected for percentage seed set. Interactions involving cytoplasm and photoperiod or vernalization were interpreted as evidence of the existence of genetic factors in cytoplsam of T. timopheevii which alter photoperiod or vernalization responses of alloplasmic plants relative to responses exhibited by euplasmic plants. Since photoperiod and vernalization responses are critical to adaptation, T. timopheevii cytoplasm can alter adaptability of T. aestivum. The specific effect would be nuclear genotype dependent, and does not appear to be of a magnitude greater than that induced by nuclear genetic variability at loci conditioning photoperiod or vernalization responses or other adaptation-determining characteristics. Normal multilocation/year testing of alloplasmic hybrids should

  2. The effect of foliar fungicides on the mycoflora of seeds of Triticum aestivum

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    Janusz Błaszkowski

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available The effect of three foliar fungicides. i.e., Bayloton 25 WP, Dithane M-45, and Funaben K. on the mycoflora associated with the seeds of spring Triticum aestivum cv. Kolibri cultivated in the field was investigated. The fungicide which highly reduced the number of both fungal colonies and species was Funaben K. Of the fungi most frequently occurring. Only Funaben K applied on the seeds reduced the proportion of seeds with Alternaria alternata, Cladosporium spp.. and Septoria nodorum. In contrast. seeds from plants traeted with Funaben K harboured significantly more colonies of non-sporulating fungi.

  3. Induced mutations and their genetic aspects in wheat (Triticum aestivum vulgare)

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    The hexaploid nature of common wheat (Triticum aestivum vulgare) and triplication of the genes allow a great number of primary induced changes to be present and maintained through generations. Induced mutations have been obtained in the morphological characters of the wheat spike, grain character, plant height, disease resistance, and in many other quantitative characters. In some of our experiments these have been followed through 25 generations. The genetic aspects of these changes, their effect on the micro-evolutionary processes in the populations, and their applicability in plant breeding are discussed. (author). 56 refs

  4. Uptake and elimination of lanthanum by excised roots of Triticum aestivum

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    In this paper, uptake and elimination of lanthanum by excised roots of Triticum aestivum L. in various conditions were studied. Lanthanum concentrations in the roots were determined by neutron activation analysis. Results showed that the uptake of La in the excised root was almost independent of vitality, and the bonding of La with the roots was tight, but could be removed by EDTA treatment. There was significant dose dependent accumulation of La in the excised roots within the experimental concentration (0-40 μmol/l). (author)

  5. Results of Utilization of Chernobyl Radio Mutant in Breeding Programmes of Triticum aestivum L

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    A large spectrum of mutations was observed as a result of winter wheat T. aestivum L. irradiation for two consecutive vegetative seasons (during 1986-87) in the fields close to the ruined reactor of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station. Mutants taken from the different generations (L147/91, BC 47 square head, dwarf 20104/89) were used for development of the varieties Lybid, Yasochka and Tsarivna to utilize traits from the mutants such as hardiness, drought tolerance, disease and lodging resistance and bread quality. These varieties were included in the State Variety Register of Ukraine, while another one, Lisova Pisnya is included in the list of perspective varieties. (author)

  6. Ectomycorrhizal communities above and below ground and truffle productivity in a Tuber aestivum orchard

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    Elena Salerni; Maria D'Aguanno; Pamela Leonardi; Claudia Perini

    2014-01-01

    Aim of study: The diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungal communities (EM) above (EMFb) and below (EMMt) ground associated with Quercus cerris L., Q. pubescens Willd., and Pinus nigra J.F.Arnold was analyzed.Area of study: A 20 year-old orchard that produces Tuber aestivum truffles, located a few kilometers from Chiusi della Verna (latitude 43° 41’ 53’’; longitude 11° 56’ 9’’) in Tuscany (central Italy) was observed.Material and Methods: This investigation combined analyses of EMFb, EMMt, T. aest...

  7. Fuzzy clustering analysis for the varietal radiosensitivity of triticum aestivum L

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    Fussy clustering classification to the varietal radiosensitivity of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) was carried out. According to their response to the radiation of gamma rays, 49 wheat varieties were classified into five groups: higher resistant, resistant, intermediate response, sensitive, and higher sensitive. The research presents a new approach for the classification of the varietal radiosensitivity of a certain plant species, and the result was valuable for choosing the adequate irradiated materials and determining the optimal dosage so as to enhance the mutagenic efficiency in wheat radiation breeding. The reliability and advantage of the Fussy clustering classification for the plant varietal radiosensitivity were briefly discussed

  8. Effects of high temperature after anthesis on starch granules in grains of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Liu, P.; Guo, W; Jiang, Z.; Pu, H.; Feng, C.; Zhu, X.; Peng, Y.; KUANG, A.; LITTLE, C. R.

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    SUMMARY The effect of high temperatures (above 25°C) on starch concentration and the morphology of starch granules in the grains of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) were studied. Wheat plants of cultivars Yangmai 9 (weak-gluten) and Yangmai 12 (medium-gluten) were treated with high temperatures for 3 days at different times after anthesis. The results showed that the starch concentration of grains given a heat-shock treatment above 30°C were lower than those developing at normal temperature in bo...

  9. Physiological processes associated with genetic progress in yield potential of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Aisawi, Khaled A. Boulgasem

    2012-01-01

    Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is the most widely grown of any crop and provides one-fifth of the total calories of the world's population. Since the 1960s, increases in productivity have been achieved as a result of wide-scale adoption of Green Revolution technologies. However, in spite of growing demand, the challenges of increasing production to feed an estimated world population of 9 billion in 2050 are still considerable. Due to the increased demand, it is estimated that food production mu...

  10. Effect of Organic Contaminations on Seed Germination Studies in Tritium Aestivum (L.)

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    Smita Sureshrao Kharkale, Pratibha Sunil Agrawal, Lalitmohan Jainarayan Paliwal, Int J Cur Bio Med Sci.

    2011-01-01

    An attempt has been made for germination studies in Triticum Aestivum (L.) with1,2,4,5-trtrazin. It has a wide range of biological activity covering anticoagulant, bactericidal, fungicidal, neurotropopic. Such a vast uses of 1,2,4,5-Tetrazines, necessitate to concentrate on 1,2,4,5-Tetrazines for studying the germination pattern. The experimental data was used to calculate plant growth which in turn is decided on the basis of parameters such as percentage of germination survival, seedling hei...

  11. Hydrogen peroxide scavenging regulates germination ability during wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) seed maturation

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    Ishibashi, Yushi; Yamamoto, Kouhei; Tawaratsumida, Tomoya; Yuasa, Takashi; Iwaya-Inoue, Mari

    2008-01-01

    Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) promotes seed germination of cereal plants and ascorbic acid which acts as antioxidant suppresses the germination of wheat seeds, but the role of H2O2 scavenging on germination during seed maturation has not been demonstrated. We investigated relationship of germination, ascorbate, H2O2 scavenging enzymes and sensitivity to ascorbic acid (AsA) maturing seeds of two typical wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars, cvs. Shirogane-Komugi and Norin61. Shirogane-Komugi had ...

  12. Cadmium toxicity on seed germination and seedling growth of wheat Triticum aestivum

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    Maria de Fátima Souza Guilherme; Habyhabanne Maia Oliveira; Edevaldo da Silva

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    Cadmium toxicity in seed germination and seedling growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum, var. IAC-370) is assessed. The ecotoxicological effects of six experimental concentrations of cadmium (0.03; 0.06; 0.12; 0.6; 1.2; 2.4; 4.8 mM), and control were evaluated. All assays were performed in quadruplicates with 25 seeds per replication in Petri dishes. Responses for toxic effect comprised the variables germination percentage, index of velocity of germination (IVG), length of aerial section and roo...

  13. The alleviating effect of elevated CO2 on heat stress susceptibility of two wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars

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    Kjær, Katrine Heinsvig; Ottosen, Carl-Otto; Rosenqvist, Eva S. K.;

    2013-01-01

    Title: The alleviating effect of elevated CO2 on heat stress susceptibility of two wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars Session: Plant response and adaptation to abiotic stress Sindhuja Shanmugam1, Katrine Heinsvig Kjaer2*, Carl-Otto Ottosen2, Eva Rosenqvist3, Dew Kumari Sharma3 and Bernd......Institute for Agroecology, Aarhus University, Forsøgsvej 1, 4200 Slagelse, Denmark *Presenting author This study analysed the alleviating effect of elevated CO2 on stress-induced decreases in photosynthesis and changes in carbohydrate metabolism in two wheat cultivars (Triticum aestivum L.) of different...

  14. Biochemical analysis of whole wheat (triticum aestivum) flour of different wheat cultivars commonly grown in NWFP

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    Whole wheat (Triticum aestivum) flour of six different NWFP wheat (Triticum aestivum) cultivars named as Ghaznavi-98, Auqab, Fakhr-e-sarhad Saleem-2000, Khyber-87 and Pirsabak-2005 were evaluated for Biochemical, Physical and Sensory characteristics in order to highlight their nutritional significance. The maximum level of Protein content (16.11%) was found in wheat cultivar Pirsabak-2005 where as minimum protein content was found in Auqab (11.73%). Crude fat content of whole-wheat flour was found lower in Khyber-87 (1.74%)and higher in Fakhr-e-sarhad (2.21%), Ghaznavi-98 was found to have maximum crude fiber value (0.74%) while Saleem-2000 was found to have minimum value (0.40%). Maximum ash content was found for Fakhr-e-sarhad (2.12%) and minimum was found for Saleem-2000 (1.05%). Wheat cultivars Ghaznavi-98 was found to have maximum moisture content (14%), while Pirsabak-2005 was found to have lower moisture content (13.11%). The wet gluten content was recorded in the range of 8.7 to 5.2% while dry gluten content was found in the ranged of 2.82 to 2.03% and The falling number was recorded in the range of 64 to 214 and significantly higher in saleem-2000 (214). For Sensory Evaluation, it is evidence that maximum overall acceptability were found both for Ghaznavi-98 and Pirsabak-2000 and Minimum for Saleem-2000 (6.4). (author)

  15. Effects of Radiofrequency Waves on the Catalase Content in Triticum Aestivum

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    Full text: The aim of the present study is to investigate the possible effects on enzyme biosynthesis in Triticum aestivum cariopsydes due to exposure to traveling radiofrequency (RF) waves. Triticum cariopsydes have been exposed to traveling RF waves inside a transverse electromagnetic (TEM) cell fed by a RF Power Generator. The frequency of the exposure field was 400 MHz. The TEM cell was excited with 2W RF power in order to obtain a power density of about 1 mW/cm2. Four sets of Triticum aestivum samples were placed in four Petri dishes. For each set of Triticum cariopsydes there has been chosen a daily exposure duration of 1, 2, 4 and 8 hours respectively. Experimental exposure was carried out for five consecutive days. After the electromagnetic treatment cariopsydes were let to germinate in Petri dishes on porous filter paper support. A couple of days later the catalase assay was performed. In comparison to the control samples, exposed samples revealed modified catalase content, significantly over the error level (five replays of every sample were assayed in identical experimental conditions in order to provide a reliable statistic result). All exposed samples presented higher catalase levels in comparison to the control samples. However, the experimental data do not suggest an evident analytical dependence between the catalase content and the exposure time duration. We presume that exposure to traveling RF waves seems to be a stimulatory factor of the enzyme biosynthesis being able to improve Triticum capacity of enzyme biosynthesis in the described experimental conditions. (author)

  16. The physiological significance of HKT1, a Na+ - coupled high affinity K+ transporter in 'Triticum aestivum'

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    Full text: Several mechanisms for high affinity K+ uptake by higher plants have been proposed:-an ATP-energised K:+ pump, a K+/H+ antiport and a H+coupled carrier. Recently, a Na+--coupled high affinity K+ transporter, HKT1, was isolated from wheat roots. Whilst Na+K+ symports have been described in charophyte algae, the cloning of HKT1 from wheat is the first, evidence that this type d transport mechanism may function in higher plants. Is the activity of HKT1 an important mechanism involved in K+ acquisition by wheat? The aim of this study was to assess the physiological significance of Na+- coupled high affinity K+ uptake in T. aestivum. To determine whether HKT1 plays a significant role in wheat growth, we measured the dry weights and ion content of plants grown in a range of [K+], with and without Na+. To directly assess the activity of Na+- coupled K+ transport, 86Rb+ and 22Na+ flux analyses were performed on the elongation zones and whole roots of intact seedlings, expressing a high affinity K+ uptake system. The results of these growth and tracer flux studies will be discussed in relation to the expression of the gene encoding HKT1 in T. aestivum

  17. COMPORTAMIENTO DEL CRECIMIENTO Y RENDIMIENTO DEL CULTIVO DEL TRIGO (Triticum aestivum L. EN TRES FECHAS DE SIEMBRA

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    Naivy Hernández Córdova

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available El trigo ( Triticum aestivum L . es considerado la especie agrícola más antigua cultivada por el hombre y es, en la actualidad, el cereal más cultivado en el mundo. Cada día que pasa, madura sobre la tierra, al menos una cosecha de este importante cereal, evidenciando la capacidad de crecer y producir en ambientes y condiciones edáficas muy disímiles. El presente trabajo tuvo como objetivo evaluar la influencia de tres fechas de siembra (tres condiciones de clima sobre el crecimiento y rendimiento de este cultivo. El mismo se desarrolló en el Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Agrícolas, situado a los 23 0 01’ N y a los 82 0 08’ W, a 138 m s. n. m., en un suelo Ferralítico rojo compactado hidratado; se estudiaron tres fechas de siembra: noviembre de 2008, diciembre de 2009 y enero de 2010, utilizándose una densidad de siembra de 100 kg ha -1 de semillas. Se realizaron muestreos destructivos semanalmente después de emergidas las plantas hasta la cosecha, determinándoseles la masa seca total de la parte aérea, el Índice de Área Foliar (IAF y el rendimiento, ajustándose los datos a una modelo exponencial polinómica de segundo grado, estando los coeficientes de determinación (R 2 entre 0,90 y 0,99; a partir de las ecuaciones de regresión se calculó la tasa absoluta de crecimiento (TAC de masa seca de la parte aérea, encontrándose una mayor acumulación de materia seca en la fecha de siembra de enero de 2010, la cual fue mantenida durante todo el ciclo reproductivo del cultivo. La dinámica del IAF y la TAC mostraron un comportamiento similar al de la masa seca, indicando que valores máximos de estos indicadores y sobre todo que estos se mantengan durante mayor período de tiempo implican mayores rendimientos.

  18. Indução de mutação visando a redução de altura de planta e resistência às doenças no cultivar de trigo (Triticum aestivum L. IAC-17 Reduction of plant height and disease resistance through mutation breeding of wheat (Triticum aestivum L. IAC-17

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    A. Tulmann Neto

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    Full Text Available A redução na altura da planta e obtenção de resistência às doenças foi experimentada através da indução de mutação por raios-gama na variedade de trigo (Triticum aestivum L. IAC-17. Sementes foram irradiadas com 35 krad e a partir da geração M2 iniciou-se a seleção. Três das linhagens selecionadas foram comparadas com o cultivar original IAC-17, durante três anos, em sete ensaios avançados realizados em vários locais, em condição de sequeiro e irrigação. Os resultados demonstraram a obtenção de um mutante que apresentou redução na altura da planta, tendência de sofrer menos acamamento e maior resistência a oídio (Erysiphe graminis f. sp. tritici. As demais características agronômicas avaliadas, tais como produção de grãos e seus componentes, reação ao Helminthosporium sativum, causador da mancha das folhas, reação a Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici (ferrugem do colmo e P. recôndita (ferrugem da folha, tolerância a alumínio e ciclo permaneceram inalteradas em relação a IAC-17. Os resultados indicaram a utilidade da indução de mutações por raios gama para a correção de defeitos de caracteres de herança simples em variedades elites.The objective of the present research was to obtain mutants with reduced plant height and resistance to diseases in wheat (Triticum aestivum L., variety IAC-17, through gamma-irradiation. Seeds were irradiated with gamma-rays (35 krad and the selection was started in the M2 generation. Three selected lines were compared to the control IAC-17 during three years, in seven trials carried out in several localities under or without irrigation. One mutant line showed significant reduction in plant height, less lodging and increased resistance to powdery mildew (Erysiphe graminis f. sp. tritici This mutant also showed the same yield, yield components, tolerance to aluminium, cycle and reaction to Helminthosporium sativum, Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici, P. recondita as the

  19. STUDY OF THE ANTIHYPERLIPIDEMIC, ANTIOXIDATIVE AND ANTIATHEROGENIC ACTIVITY OF TRITICUM AESTIVUM LINN. IN RABBIT RECEIVING HIGH FAT DIET

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    Das Swarnamoni

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available The aim was to study of the antihyperlipidemic, antioxidative and antiatherogenic activity of Triticum aestivum Linn. in rabbit receiving high fat diet. Twenty rabbits of either sex were taken and divided into four groups five in each as - Normal Control- received normal diet, Hyperlipidemic control- received high fat diet, Test drug group - received high fat diet plus ethanolic extract of Triticum aestivum 500 mg/Kg /day orally and Standard Drug group- received high fat diet plus Atorvastatin 2.1 mg/Kg/day orally for 12 weeks and then animals were sacrificed. Blood sample were collected and lipid profile, catalase, superoxide dismutase and malondialdehyde levels were measured. The antiatherogenic effect was examined by histopathology of aorta. Data were statistically analysed by one way ANOVA followed by Dunnett’s multiple comparison test. Triticum aestivum significantly decreased serum lipids towards normal levels. It also increases catalase and superoxide dismutase activity and decreases malondialdehyde level and histopathological examination revealed prevention of atherosclerosis. Triticum aestivum has antihyperlipidemic, antioxidant and anti atherogenic effects.

  20. Acute toxicity test of a natural iron chelator and an antioxidant, extracted from Triticum aestivum Linn. (wheat grass).

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    Das, Priyabrata; Mukhopadhyay, Soma; Mandal, Suvra; Chakraborty, Abhijit; Pal, Amartya; Sarkar, Nirmal Kumar; Mukhopadhyay, Ashis

    2014-01-01

    Triticum aestivum (wheat grass) is widely used in traditional medicine to treat various diseases. Previously the purified compounds and crude extract of T. aestivum were established to have iron chelation potency and antioxidant activity. So it is necessary to evaluate the toxic properties of any compound isolated from plant extract to prevent any untoward side effects. The aim of this study was to determine the acute oral toxicity level of our purified compounds, i.e. mugineic acids and methylpheophorbide a., and crude extract of T. aestivum, on Swiss albino mice at dosage of 2000 mg/kg for a period of 14 days using the organisation for economic co-operation and development guidelines 423. There was no mortality. No change in behavioural pattern, clinical signs, body weight and blood biochemistry profile were observed. Kidney and liver showed normal histo-pathological architecture. Hence, the oral administration of compounds and extract of T. aestivum did not produce any significant toxic effect on mice. Thus we may conclude that the extract can be utilised for pharmaceutical formulations as iron chelator and antioxidant agent for various diseases. PMID:24697628

  1. Studies on certain aspects of seed-borne fungi. VI. Fungi associated with different cultivars of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Pandey, K. K.

    2014-01-01

    Fungi associated with eight cultivars of wheat have been investigated. Twenty seven species were isolated from external and internal surface of all the wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars respectively. Out of five dominant and subdominant fungi anly Aspergillus terreus and Alternaria tenuis were able to colonize internally. The culture filtrates of test fungi reduced the germination of all wheat varieties up to different degrees.

  2. TOXICITY OF METHYL-TERT BYTYL ETHER (MTBE) TO PLANTS (AVENA SATIVA, ZEA MAYS, TRITICUM AESTIVUM, AND LACTUCA SATIVA)

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    Effects of Methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) on the germination of seeds and growth of the plant were studied in some laboratory experiments. Test plants were wild oat (Avena sative), sweet corn (Zea mays), wheat (Triticum aestivum), and lettuce (Lactuca sativa). Seed germination,...

  3. Natural production of Tuber aestivum in central Spain: Pinus spp. versus Quercus spp. brûlés

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    Luis G. Garcia-Montero

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available Aim of study: Tuber aestivum is the most widespread edible truffle, with increasing commercial interest. This species can produce carpophores with conifer hosts, in contrast with the inability of Pinus spp. to induce fruiting in other truffle species such as Tuber melanosporum. Therefore the objective is to compare the characteristics and carpophore production of T. aestivum brûlés associated with Pinus spp. versus Quercus spp.Area of study: We studied the natural habitats of T. aestivum in the Alto Tajo Nature Reserve in central Spain.Material and methods: During 5 years, we monitored the production of carpophores and brûlé size of 145 T. aestivum brûlés associated with Pinus nigra subsp. salzmanni and P. sylvestris and Quercus ilex subsp. ballota and Q. faginea hosts. Statistical treatment was performed using the Statistica Program v. 6.Main Results: The size of brûlés associated with Pinus was significantly smaller than that of brûlés associated with Quercus. However, carpophore production per brûlé, and especially for brûlés of similar size, was greater when the host plant was a pine. After accounting for brûlé size, the production of brûlés associated with Pinus spp. was 2.23 (95% CI, between 1.35 and 3.69 and 1.61 (95% CI, between 1.02 and 2.54 times greater than the production of brûlés associated with Quercus faginea and Q. ilex subsp. ballota, respectively.Research highlights: The considerable ability of Pinus nigra subsp. salzmanni and P. sylvestris to form effective brûlés and to produce carpophores of Tuber aestivum in natural conditions was clearly demonstrated, and suggest that those species can be of use in the culture of T. aestivum.Key words: Summer truffle; Tuber aestivum; truffle culture; truffle ecology; Pinus spp.; Quercus spp.

  4. Comparison in the calculation of committed effective dose using the ICRP 30 and ICRP 60 models for a repeated incorporation by inhalation of I-125; Comparacion en el calculo de la dosis efectiva comprometida usando los modelos del ICRP 30 y del ICRP 60 para una incorporacion repetida por inhalacion de I-125

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    Carreno P, A.L.; Cortes C, A. [CNSNS, Dr. Barragan 779, Col. Narvarte, Mexico D.F. (Mexico); Alonso V, G.; Serrano P, F. [IPN, Edificio de Fisica Avanzada Zacatenco, 07300 Mexico D.F. (Mexico)

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    Presently work, a comparison in the calculation of committed effective dose using the models of the ICRP 30 and those of the ICRP 60 for the analysis of internal dose due to repeated incorporation of I-125 is shown. The estimations of incorporated activity are obtained starting from the proportionate data for an exercise of inter comparison, with which it should be determined the internal dose later on. For to estimate the initial activity incorporated by repeated dose was assumed that this it was given through of multiple individual incorporations which happened in the middle points of the monitoring periods. The results using the models of the ICRP 30 and of the ICRP 60 are compared and the causes of the differences are analyzed. (Author)

  5. Heavy metal ions concentration in wheat plant (Triticum Aestivum L.) irrigated with city effluent

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    Pakistan lies under arid and semi arid zones. There is shortage of water for irrigation. Farmers near being cities raise crops by diverting the city effluent towards their fields. It contains heavy toxic metal ions like cadmium, chromium, cobalt and nickel, which may accumulate in the edible portion of corps and cause clinical problems to human being. The concentration of metal ions in the effluent and effluent irrigated wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) was determined by Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer. Heavy metal ions (Cd, Cr and Co) mean concentrations were found above the permissible limits recommended for irrigation water. In the grains of wheat plant concentration of Cd, Cr and Co was found above the permissible levels recommended by World Health Organization (WHO) for foodstuff.(author)

  6. Amelioration of salt stress in wheat (triticum aestivum l.) by foliar application of nitrogen and potassium

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    An experiment was conducted in the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Sargodha, Pakistan. Different levels, viz. 0, 250, 500 mg/L, of nitrogen (N) and 0, 200, 400 mg/L of potassium (K) were applied exogenously as a foliar spray to determine whether application of N and K could ameliorate the effect of salinity stress on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). It was composed of three replications. Each pot was filled with 8kg of well-mixed soil. Different salinity levels were adjusted in accordance with saturation percentage of soil. Salinity reduced the growth of wheat plants. When K and N were applied as foliar spray on the wheat plant, it reduced the effect of salinity and increased the plant growth and physiological attributes of wheat plants. Similarly, grains yield is also decreased by salinity but foliar application of K and N mitigated the salinity effect on grains yield. (author)

  7. Genetic analysis for yield and yield components in spring wheat (Triticum Aestivum.)

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    A 5x5 diallel cross experiment on spring wheat (triticum aestivum L: em. Thell) was conducted to estimate the genetic information of some yield and yield components. Number of tillers per plant and grain yield per plant were controlled by over dominance type of gene action. While the characters like plant height, flag leaf area and peduncle length were additive in their genetic control. Epistatic interaction was not detected for manifestation of any character. Variety LU 26S had maximum dominant genes for no. of tillers per plant, peduncle length and grain yield per plant and maximum recessive genes for flag leaf area. While line lRG-7 appeared to have dominant genes for plant height, flag leaf area and recessive for number of tillers per plant and grain yield per plant. (author)

  8. [CdCl2-induced morphogenetic variation of Triticum aestivum cultivars].

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    Chunetova, Zh Zh; Omirbekova, N Zh; Shulembaeva, K K

    2008-11-01

    The effect cadmium chloride on released local cultivars of soft spring wheat (Triticum aestivum) has been studied under laboratory and field conditions in order to widen the variation spectrum of this plant. It has been found that treatment of grains with a 0.01% aqueous solution of CdCl2 induces the appearance of tall, strong plants with productive bushiness in the M1 generation that are characterized by various morphological changes: elongated ears, scales, and grains; increased number of grains per ear and mass of 1000 grains; anthocyan pigmentation of the stem and leaf axil; etc. Study of meiosis showed chromosome aggregation, displacement of the mitotic spindle of the metaphase plate, and empty (sterile) cells in anaphases (AI and AII). The altered characters of M1 plants are preserved in the M2-M4 generations. PMID:19137733

  9. First Identification of Polymorphic Microsatellite Markers in the Burgundy Truffle, Tuber aestivum (Tuberaceae

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    Virginie Molinier

    2013-02-01

    Full Text Available Premise of the study: Tuber aestivum, the most common truffle in Europe, plays an important role in the commercial truffle market. For the first time, microsatellite primers were developed to investigate polymorphism within this species. Methods and Results: Using direct shotgun pyrosequencing, 15 polymorphic microsatellites were identified out of the 7784 perfect microsatellites present in the 534620 reads obtained. Tested on 75 samples, these microsatellites were highly polymorphic. The number of alleles varied from four to 15, and the expected heterozygosity ranged from 0.266 to 0.620. A multilocus analysis allowed the identification of 63 genotypes over the 75 samples analyzed. Conclusions: Direct shotgun pyrosequencing is a fast and relatively low-cost technique allowing identification of microsatellites in nonmodel species. The microsatellites developed in this study will be useful in population genetic studies to infer the evolutionary history of this species.

  10. Improved fluorimetric measurement of uranium uptake and distribution in spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Borcia, Catalin [' ' Alexandru Ioan Cuza' ' Univ., Iasi (Romania). Dept. of Physics; Popa, Karin; Cecal, Alexandru [' ' Alexandru Ioan Cuza' ' Univ., Iasi (Romania). Dept. of Chemistry; Murariu, Manuela [' ' Petru Poni' ' Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Iasi (Romania)

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    Uranium uptake and (radio)toxicity was tested on spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in a laboratory study using differently concentrated uranium nitrate solutions. Within these experiments, two analytical assays of uranium were comparatively tested: a fast and improved fluorimetric assay and the classical colorimetric (U(IV)-arsenazo(III) complexation) one. During the germination, the wheat seeds and plantlets supported well the uranium solutions of treatment within the entire concentration range (1 x 10{sup -4} -5 x 10{sup -3} M). Uranium proved to be non (radio)toxic to wheat as compared with other natural and anthropogenic radiocations, probably because its uptake by spring wheat during the germination is low. Indeed, only a small fraction of uranium administered was located within the roots, whereas the uranium content of the stems was negligible. A high correlation between the results obtained by two analytical methods was found. However, the fluorimetric assay proved to be more reliable and fast, and accurate.

  11. Intermediate fertile Triticum aestivum (+) Agropyron elongatum somatic hybrids are generated by low doses of UV irradiation

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    Ai Xia CHENG; Guang Min XIA; Da Ying ZHI; Hui Min CHEN

    2004-01-01

    We report the production and characterization of somatic hybrids between Triticum aestivum L. and Agropyron elongatum (Host) Nevishi (the synonym is Thinopyrum ponticum). Asymmetric protoplast fusion was performed between Agropyron elongatum protoplasts irradiated with a low UV dose and protoplasts of wheat taken from nonregenerable suspension cultures. More than 40 green plantlets were obtained from 15 regenerated clones and one of them produced seeds. The phenotypes of the hybrid plants and seeds were intermediate between wheat and Agropyron elongatum. All of the regenerated calli and plants were verified as intergeneric hybrids on the basis of morphological observation and analysis of isozyme,cytological,5SrDNA spacer sequences and random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD). RFLP analysis of the mitochondrial genome revealed evidence of random segregation and recombination of mtDNA.

  12. Cellular and Subcellular Immunohistochemical Localization and Quantification of Cadmium Ions in Wheat (Triticum aestivum.

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    Wei Gao

    Full Text Available The distribution of metallic ions in plant tissues is associated with their toxicity and is important for understanding mechanisms of toxicity tolerance. A quantitative histochemical method can help advance knowledge of cellular and subcellular localization and distribution of heavy metals in plant tissues. An immunohistochemical (IHC imaging method for cadmium ions (Cd2+ was developed for the first time for the wheat Triticum aestivum grown in Cd2+-fortified soils. Also, 1-(4-Isothiocyanobenzyl-ethylenediamine-N,N,N,N-tetraacetic acid (ITCB-EDTA was used to chelate the mobile Cd2+. The ITCB-EDTA/Cd2+ complex was fixed with proteins in situ via the isothiocyano group. A new Cd2+-EDTA specific monoclonal antibody, 4F3B6D9A1, was used to locate the Cd2+-EDTA protein complex. After staining, the fluorescence intensities of sections of Cd2+-positive roots were compared with those of Cd2+-negative roots under a laser confocal scanning microscope, and the location of colloidal gold particles was determined with a transmission electron microscope. The results enable quantification of the Cd2+ content in plant tissues and illustrate Cd2+ translocation and cellular and subcellular responses of T. aestivum to Cd2+ stress. Compared to the conventional metal-S coprecipitation histochemical method, this new IHC method is quantitative, more specific and has less background interference. The subcellular location of Cd2+ was also confirmed with energy-dispersive X-ray microanalysis. The IHC method is suitable for locating and quantifying Cd2+ in plant tissues and can be extended to other heavy metallic ions.

  13. Analysis of Triticum aestivum seedling response to the excess of zinc.

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    Glińska, Sława; Gapińska, Magdalena; Michlewska, Sylwia; Skiba, Elżbieta; Kubicki, Jakub

    2016-03-01

    The effects of 50 and 300 mg L(-1) Zn(2+) (50 Zn and 300 Zn) were investigated in Triticum aestivum (cv. Żura) grown hydroponically for 7 days. Although wheat treated with 50 Zn took up relatively high amount of the metal (8,943 and 1,503 mg kg(-1) DW in roots and shoots, respectively), none of the morphological and cytological parameters were changed. After 300 Zn, the metal concentration increased to 32,205 and 5,553 mg kg(-1) DW in roots and shoots, respectively. It was connected with the depletion of shoot and root growth, their fresh and dry weight, water content and mitotic index of root meristematic cells. Microelement contents (Cu, Mn and Fe) after 50 Zn were changed only in roots, while 300 Zn disturbed ion balance in whole plants. The most evident ultrastructural alterations of root meristematic cells caused by both tested Zn(2+) doses included increased vacuolization, accumulation of granular deposits inside vacuoles and cell wall thickening. The effect of 300 Zn on root cell ultrastructure was greater that of 50 Zn. The majority of mitochondria had condensed matrix and swollen cristae, plastids contained plastoglobuli, nucleoli were ring-shaped, thinned down cytoplasm with lipid droplets and swollen endoplasmic reticulum cisternae appeared. In mesophyll cells, 50 Zn caused slight reorganization of chloroplast thylakoids and formation of condensed mitochondria. Three hundred Zn triggered more extensive, but not degenerative, changes: plasmolysis of some cells; chloroplasts with protrusions, changed thylakoid organisation and often large starch grains; irregular, condensed mitochondria. The results indicate that T. aestivum cv. Żura is relatively tolerant to Zn stress. PMID:25902894

  14. Osteomielitis por salmonella

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    Alicia Velázquez Pérez

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available Se presenta el caso de una paciente femenina de color blanco y dos años de edad, con diagnóstico prenatal de sicklemia, que desde edades tempranas tiene problemas de la enfermedad. Ingresó en esta ocasión por una de las complicaciones infecciosas que ocasiona este padecimiento, una osteomielitis del húmero izquierdo, aislándose el germen en el hemocultivo realizado, una salmonella. Necesitó de tratamiento enérgico y prolongado; se obtuvo un resultado satisfactorio en la evolución de la enfermedad y se sigue sistemáticamente por consulta externa en la actualidad

  15. tirados por tractores

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    Ciro E. Iglesias Coronel

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available En el presente trabajo se brinda la metodología de realización y evaluación de los principales indicadores energéticos de los agregados de transporte agrícola, formados por tractores y remolques con el uso de la tensometría como herramienta para la toma de los datos experimentales de campo.

  16. Incorporacion de tecnologias educativas en la UTN-FRT

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    Hadad Salomón, Rosana; Buabud, Jorge

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    En el presente trabajo, se pretende relatar y compartir, las experiencias que venimos desarrollando en la Universidad Tecnológica Nacional (UTN), Facultad Regional Tucumán (FRT), desde el año 2008 hasta el presente, y consiste en la sucesiva incorporación de tecnologías educativas en el ámbito universitario para el mejoramiento de los procesos de enseñanza – aprendizaje y con el fin de adaptar estos procesos a los tiempos actuales. Este proyecto se basa en las siguientes hipótesis de traba...

  17. Europe, a continent with high potential for the cultivation of the Burgundy truffle (Tuber aestivum/uncinatum)

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    Gérard Chevalier

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    The Burgundy truffle (Tuber aestivum/uncinatum) grows, in Europe, in the most varied soils from a physical and chemical viewpoint. The only common point is the presence of a minimum level of exchangeable calcium in the soil. The truffle soils in Europe can be classified in two categories: the soils coming directly from the parent rock, and those formed from deposits covering the parent rock. The first group corresponds to most traditional truffle areas , France, Italy and Spain. It is also tr...

  18. Biostimulation effects on wheat seeds (Triticum Aestivum L) caused by low level red laser radiation with λ = 660 nm

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    The principal objective is to study the biostimulation effects caused by a semiconductor low level laser radiation with ? = 660 nm on wheat seeds (Triticum Aestivum L). Seeds were treated before sowing with this laser light source. An increase in the growth of the stem of 12% with respect to control seeds was registered for seeds radiated by an intensity of 15mW/cm2 and an irradiation time of 60 seconds. (Author)

  19. THE EFFECT OF TRIFOLII RUBRI FLOS (RED CLOVER FLOWERS) HYDROALCOHOLIC EXTRACT ON SOME BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS IN TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. PLANTS

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    Ruxandra Cretu; Lacramioara Oprica; Gabriela Voichita; Elena Truta; Csilla Iuliana Bara; Gogu Gheorghita

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    Red clover (Trifolium pratense) hydroalcoholic extract was prepared by the extraction of powdered driedflowers with ethanol 70% v/v (1:13.33), by reflux for two hours. The stock extract was diluted with distilled water to givethe final concentrations of 0.5, 1 and 5% (v/v). These concentrations were tested for their effects on superoxide-dismutase, catalase and peroxidase activity in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) seedlings, and on soluble protein content, in alaboratory experiment. Distilled w...

  20. Determination on Genetic Variation for Morphological Traits and Yield Components of New Winter Wheat (Triticum aestivum L) Lines

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    Sali Ali ALIU; FETAHU, Shukri

    2010-01-01

    he genetic studies were conducted on six new winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) line during three years investigations developed in agro ecological conditions of Kosovo. Data for various morphological and yield traits were taken and analyzed for spike length (SL), plant height (PH), total dry matter (TDM), spike Weight (SW), grain weight per spike (GWS), yield (Y) and harvest index (HI). Field design consisted in a randomized blocks design (RBD) with three replications. Results indicated tha...

  1. RNA-seq in grain unveils fate of neo- and paleopolyploidization events in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Pont, Caroline; Murat, Florent; Confolent, Carole; Balzergue, Sandrine; Salse, Jérôme

    2011-01-01

    Background Whole genome duplication is a common evolutionary event in plants. Bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is a good model to investigate the impact of paleo- and neoduplications on the organization and function of modern plant genomes. Results We performed an RNA sequencing-based inference of the grain filling gene network in bread wheat and identified a set of 37,695 non-redundant sequence clusters, which is an unprecedented resolution corresponding to an estimated half of the wheat g...

  2. An Investigation of the Effects of Cationic, Anionic and Nonionic Surfactants on Germination Rates of Triticum Aestivum L

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    Yılmaz, Gülden

    2015-01-01

    In this study, the effects of different concentrations of a cationic surfactant (CTAB) cetrymonium bromid, cetyltrimethylammonium bromide, hexadecyltrimethylammonium bromide (CTAB), an anionic surfactant sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) and a nonionic surfactant Triton X-100 on germination rates of Triticum aestivum L. are observed. Surfactants are compounds that lower the surface tension of a liquid, the interfacial tension between two liquids, or between a liquid and a solid. Detergents, wetti...

  3. Mixed cropping of barley (Hordeum vulgare) and wheat (Triticum aestivum) landraces in the central highlands of Eritrea

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    Woldeamlak, A.

    2001-01-01

    A common cropping system in the central highlands of Eritrea is mixed cropping of barley (Hordeum vulgare) and wheat (Triticum aestivum); it is called hanfetz (Tigrigna word). Mixtures may give higher yield, better yield stability, better food quality and more animal feed. Factors affecting the productivity of mixtures include genotype combination, crop density and component crop ratio.Grain yields differed significantly among genotype combinations in certain years. A combination of Ardu 12/6...

  4. Growing Wheat (Trititcum aestivum L.) by the Methods of Organic Agriculture Under the Conditions of Dobrudzha Region, Bulgaria

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    Milev, G.; NANKOV, N.; ILIEV, I.; Ivanova, A.; NANKOVA, M.

    2014-01-01

    During 2011 – 2013 a field experiment with wheat (Trititcum aestivum L.) was carried out in the trial field of Dobrudzha Agricultural Institute. The aim of the investigation was to determine what are the possibilities of growing common wheat in a main wheat production region (Dobrudzha, north-east Bulgaria) using the methods of organic agriculture. The results from the biological growing were compared to the respective results obtained by the conventional method. The following agronomy factor...

  5. Genotype and environment interaction on yield and quality parameters of organically grown winter wheat – Triticum aestivum L. genotypes

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    Dashbaljir, Ichinkhorloo; Liebhard, P.; W. Hartl; Loeschenberger, F.; Weinhappel, M.

    2005-01-01

    The interaction of genotype and environment upon yield and quality parameters of eight winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes was studied under organic conditions in Austria over two growing periods, 2001/2002 and 2002/2003, respectively. Two sites that have significantly different climatic conditions, Innviertel and Marchfeld, were chosen for the field experiment. Study site weather and soil conditions are important yield-affecting factors. Although the yield of Marchfeld-grown ge...

  6. Heading Date QTL in Winter Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Coincide with Major Developmental Genes VERNALIZATION1 and PHOTOPERIOD1

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    Guedira, Mohammed; Xiong, Mai; Hao, Yuan Feng; Johnson, Jerry; Harrison, Steve; Marshall, David; Brown-Guedira, Gina

    2016-01-01

    In wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), time from planting to spike emergence is influenced by genes controlling vernalization requirement and photoperiod response. Characterizing the available genetic diversity of known and novel alleles of VERNALIZATION1 (VRN1) and PHOTOPERIOD1 (PPD1) in winter wheat can inform approaches for breeding climate resilient cultivars. This study identified QTL for heading date (HD) associated with multiple VRN1 and PPD1 loci in a population developed from a cross betwe...

  7. Studies on certain aspects of seed-borne fungi. VI. Fungi associated with different cultivars of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.

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    K. K. Pandey

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Fungi associated with eight cultivars of wheat have been investigated. Twenty seven species were isolated from external and internal surface of all the wheat (Triticum aestivum L. cultivars respectively. Out of five dominant and subdominant fungi anly Aspergillus terreus and Alternaria tenuis were able to colonize internally. The culture filtrates of test fungi reduced the germination of all wheat varieties up to different degrees.

  8. Temporal transcriptome profiling reveals expression partitioning of homeologous genes contributing to heat and drought acclimation in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Liu, Zhenshan; Xin, Mingming; Qin, Jinxia; Peng, Huiru; Ni, Zhongfu; Yao, Yingyin; Sun, Qixin

    2015-01-01

    Background Hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum) is a globally important crop. Heat, drought and their combination dramatically reduce wheat yield and quality, but the molecular mechanisms underlying wheat tolerance to extreme environments, especially stress combination, are largely unknown. As an allohexaploid, wheat consists of three closely related subgenomes (A, B, and D), and was reported to show improved tolerance to stress conditions compared to tetraploid. But so far very little is know...

  9. Global transgenerational gene expression dynamics in two newly synthesized allohexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum lines

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    Qi Bao

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background Alteration in gene expression resulting from allopolyploidization is a prominent feature in plants, but its spectrum and extent are not fully known. Common wheat (Triticum aestivum was formed via allohexaploidization about 10,000 years ago, and became the most important crop plant. To gain further insights into the genome-wide transcriptional dynamics associated with the onset of common wheat formation, we conducted microarray-based genome-wide gene expression analysis on two newly synthesized allohexaploid wheat lines with chromosomal stability and a genome constitution analogous to that of the present-day common wheat. Results Multi-color GISH (genomic in situ hybridization was used to identify individual plants from two nascent allohexaploid wheat lines between Triticum turgidum (2n = 4x = 28; genome BBAA and Aegilops tauschii (2n = 2x = 14; genome DD, which had a stable chromosomal constitution analogous to that of common wheat (2n = 6x = 42; genome BBAADD. Genome-wide analysis of gene expression was performed for these allohexaploid lines along with their parental plants from T. turgidum and Ae. tauschii, using the Affymetrix Gene Chip Wheat Genome-Array. Comparison with the parental plants coupled with inclusion of empirical mid-parent values (MPVs revealed that whereas the great majority of genes showed the expected parental additivity, two major patterns of alteration in gene expression in the allohexaploid lines were identified: parental dominance expression and non-additive expression. Genes involved in each of the two altered expression patterns could be classified into three distinct groups, stochastic, heritable and persistent, based on their transgenerational heritability and inter-line conservation. Strikingly, whereas both altered patterns of gene expression showed a propensity of inheritance, identity of the involved genes was highly stochastic, consistent with the involvement of diverse Gene Ontology (GO

  10. Miotoxicidade por organofosforados

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    Cavaliere Maria J.

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    Full Text Available Os organofosforados são um grupo de compostos químicos amplamente utilizados em agropecuária como inseticidas, ocasionando intoxicações acidentais em animais e humanos, e mesmo sendo utilizados em tentativas de suicídio. A toxicidade desses produtos decorre sobretudo de insuficiência cárdio-respiratória por compromentimento do sistema nervoso autônomo. Sabe-se que alguns destes compostos induzem em animais de experimentação e em humanos, uma miopatia caracterizada por degeneração de células musculares, comprometendo sobretudo a musculatura respiratória. Baseado no fato de que este comprometimento contribui para a piora da função respiratória, propõe-se um protocolo de avaliação rotineira de miotoxicidade por compostos organofosforados, através de uma bateria mínima e suficiente de colorações e reações histoquímicas para quantificação da necrose muscular. Utilizaram-se como modelo experimental, grupos de ratos albinos (Wistar intoxicados com o organofosforado paraoxon, com e sem antídotos (atropina ou pralidoxima. Verificou-se nos grupos tratados com paraoxon e paraoxon mais atropina, necrose de fibras musculares no diafragma, que atingia em determinadas áreas até 15% das fibras. No grupo tratado com paraoxon mais pralidoxima, a necrose foi mínima, evidenciando o papel mioprotetor deste último antídoto.

  11. Nucleotomia por laser

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    Cabral, oão José Lobato Guimarães Ferreira

    2009-01-01

    A hérnia de disco intervertebral com compressão nervosa que não cede ao tratamento médico, tradicionalmente, é indicação para tratamento cirúrgico. No entanto, técnicas minimamente invasivas e os procedimentos percutâneos têm sido usados e desenvolvidos nas últimas duas décadas, tanto como procedimentos alternativos, bem como possibilidades terapêuticas que antecedem o tratamento cirúrgico convencional, podendo adiar o mesmo por tempo indeterminado. De entre estas opções técnicas, surge a Nuc...

  12. Por mil devaluados pesos

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    Annie Rodríguez Collázos

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available El estudio de lo popular y lo urbano hasta ahora se ha centrado en el comportamiento y en algunas relaciones de los habitantes con su entorno. “Por mil devaluados pesos. Publicidad popular y urbana”, pretende explorar las formas de publicidad, dispersas en diferentes espacios populares y urbanos en Bogotá, identificando esquemas y formas características de sus propios códigos comunicativos; se centran en un objeto de estudio consistente en las estrategias publicitarias y los códigos comunicativos en los mensajes publicitarios populares en las subculturas de San Victorino, 7 de Agosto y Sanandresito de San José.

  13. Development and Identification of Triticum aestivum L.-Thinopyrum bessarabicum L(o)ve Chromosome Translocations

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    ZHUANG Li-fang; QI Zeng-jun; CHEN Pei-du; FENG Yi-gao; LIU Da-jun

    2004-01-01

    With ass7istance of chromosome C-banding and genomic in situ hybridization(GISH)combined with meiotic analysis,five germplasms with homozygous wheat-Th. Bessarabicum chromosome translocations were developed and identified among BC1F5 progenies of the cross between T. Aestivum cv. Chinese Spring and Chinese Spring-Th. Bessarabicum amphiploid. These lines included Tj01 and Tj02(2n=44)containing a pair of wheat-Th. Bessarabicum translocation chromosomes besides a pair of added Th. Bessarabicum chromosomes,Tj03(2n=44)with a pair of added interspecific translocation chromosomes,Tj04(2n=44)containing a pair of interspecific translocation chromosomes besides an added pair of Th. Bessarabicum chromosome arms and Tj05(2n=46)containing a pair of interspecific translocation chromosomes besides two pairs of added intact alien chromosomes. The breakpoints of all the translocations were found to be not around centromere. Meanwhile,all the lines showed normal plant growth,development and fertility,while the translocation chromosomes transmitted regularly. The obtained translocations might be of use for transferring elite genes from Th. Bessarabicum into wheat.

  14. Structural and functional analysis of chitinase gene family in wheat (Triticum aestivum).

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    Mishra, A K; Pandey, Bharati; Tyagi, Chetna; Chakraborty, Ohika; Kumar, Amrender; Jain, A K

    2015-04-01

    Chitinases are the hydrolytic enzymes which protect plants against pathogen attack. However, the precise role of chitinases in disease resistance has not been explored in wheat. In the present study, in silico approach, including secondary structure analysis, detailed signature pattern study, cis-acting regulatory elements survey, evolutionary trends and three-dimensional molecular modeling was used for different chitinase classes of wheat (Triticum aestivum). Homology modeling of class I, II, IV and 3 chitinase proteins was performed using the template crystal structure. The model structures were further refined by molecular mechanics methods using different tools, such as Procheck, ProSA and Verify3D. Secondary structure studies revealed greater percentage of residues forming a helix conformation with specific signature pattern, similar to casein kinase II phosphorylation site, amidation site, N-myristoylation (N-MYR) site and protein kinase C phoshorylation site. The expression profile suggested that wheat chitinase gene was highly expressed in cell culture and callus. We found that wheat chitinases showed more functional similarity with rice and barley. The results provide insight into the evolution of the chitinase family, constituting a diverse array of pathogenesis-related proteins. The study also provides insight into the possible binding sites of chitinase proteins and may further enhance our knowledge of fungal resistance mechanism in plants. PMID:26118129

  15. Karyomorphological and morphometric studies of ploidy levels in some wheat (triticum aestivum L.) genotypes

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    Karyomorphological and morphometric investigations of different ploidy levels of 14 genotypes of Triticum aestivum L. and one genotype of Triticum durum Desf. showed that, total chromosomal length (TCL) varied between genotypes. The highest value (56.21 macro m) was recorded with mean chromosomal length of 8.03 +- 0.81 macro m, while the lowest value of TCL (31.65 macro m) was found with mean chromosomal length (MCL) of 4.52 +- 0.41 macro m. Simple Pearson correlation coefficient (r) between TCL and MCL was the highest (r = 1.0 and P = 0.000). While the correlation coefficients between mean arm ratio (MAR) and parameters: total form (TF), intrachromosomal asymmetry index (A1) and m (karyotype; metacentric region chromosome) as well as the coefficients between TF and m and between A1 and m were the only significant (P<0.01) ones. Intrachromosomal asymmetry had a significant (P = 0.000) effect of total form percent than interchomosomal index. TCL and MCL were the most important karyological features influencing the principal component analysis and had 81.7 % variation, while in combination with MAR revealed 94% variation. Cluster dendrogram revealed close association and adjacent phylogenetic relatedness of tri- and hexaploid and also tetra- and hexaploid genotypes. (author)

  16. Molecular markers validation to drought resistance in wheat meal (Triticum aestivum L. under greenhouse conditions

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    Gabriel Julio

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available With the aim to study the genetic resistance to drought and validate molecular markers co-localized with genes/QTLs for this factor, 16 varieties were evaluated as well as advanced lines of wheat meal (Triticum aestivum in two stages of crop development. Physiological parameters were considered: amount of chlorophyll (clo, wilting or severity degree (SEV and recovery (reco, morphological parameters: foliage dry matter (FDM and root dry matter (RDM, the integrated resistance mechanisms: water use efficiency (WUE, other parameters: number of grains (Ngrain and grain weight (Wgrain, biochemical parameters: Catalaza (CAT, Ascorbate Peroxidase (APX and Guaiacol Peroxidase (POX and three microsatellite markers (Xwmc603, Xwmc596, Xwmc9. Results showed significant differences for MSR and Ngrain. It was observed that Anzaldo, ERR2V.L-20, EARII2V.L-5, EARIZV.L-11, ERR2V.L-11 and EE2V.L-19 were the most resistant to drough water stress. There was a highly significant negative correlation between the MSR and Ngrain. All other variables showed low and non-significant correlations. In biochemical analyzes, the Anzaldo variety showed an increased enzymatic activity compared to controls in all cases (CAT-APX and POX, being the most resistant to water stress by drought. Finally, it was found that SSR markers (Xwmc596 and Xwmc9 are co-located with the gene / QTL of drought resistance and can be used for marker-assisted selection.

  17. Nitrogen use efficiency in wheat (triticum aestivum L.) under elevated CO2 Using 15N tracer

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    Nitrogen availability is a major factor limiting crop production worldwide, and could be a key regulator of crop response to elevated CO2. In such a scenario, the ability of plants to acquire and assimilate nitrogen would be an important determinant for sustaining the better growth of crops observed under elevated atmospheric CO2. In order to test the hypothesis whether increased requirement of nitrogen (N) by plants caused by stimulation in growth under elevated CO2 could alter nitrogen use efficiency as the adaptive mechanism by the plants, wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) was grown in open top chambers under ambient (370 μmol mol-1) and elevated (650 ± 50 μmol mol-1) concentrations of atmospheric CO2 at three levels (100, 150 and 200% of STCR based recommendation) of fertilizer nitrogen applied with 15N labeled urea. All the three nitrogen use efficiency parameters namely, fertilizer N use efficiency (16%), physiological (14%) and agronomic (26%) N use efficiency increased under elevated CO2 compared to ambient grown plants. However, all these, efficiency parameters decreased with increasing application of fertilizer N. Results of our study suggest that while improvement in N use efficiencies is a welcome change under rising atmospheric CO2, application of higher doses of fertilizer N to meet the increased plant demand under elevated CO2 may not be a sustainable option both economically as well as environmentally. (author)

  18. Screening commercial wheat (triticum aestivum l.) varieties for agrobacterium mediated transformation ability

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    Wheat is staple food crop of many countries including Pakistan. It has a large number of cultivars and genotypes. All genotypes have different tissue culture response that includes callus induction, regeneration and transformation efficiency. For transgenic plant production it is crucial to know tissue culture efficiency of a selected variety. Therefore, in the present study mature embryos of thirteen elite wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) varieties were evaluated for tissue culture response and their amenability to transformation. Each variety responded differently for callogenesis, transient GUS (glucuronidase) expression and regeneration. The results for callus induction and transient GUS expression ranged from 30-100% and 13-100%, respectively whereas regeneration response was quite different in tested varieties that ranged from 0-44%. Good quality callus was observed in all varieties except Dhurabi-11, Lasani-08, Millat and Pak-81. Maximum transient GUS expression (100%) was found in Faisalabad-2008. Highest regeneration (44%) was noticed in Pak-81. Results indicated that three varieties VIII-83, Faisalabad-2008 and Aas-11 are suitable for transformation in comparison to others. (author)

  19. Neuroprotective effects of Triticum aestivum L. against beta-amyloid-induced cell death and memory impairments.

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    Jang, Jung-Hee; Kim, Chang-Yul; Lim, Sun Ha; Yang, Chae Ha; Song, Kyung-Sik; Han, Hyung Soo; Lee, Hyeong-Kyu; Lee, Jongwon

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    beta-Amyloid (A beta) is a key component of senile plaques, neuropathological hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and has been reported to induce cell death via oxidative stress. This study investigated the protective effects of Triticum aestivum L. (TAL) on A beta-induced apoptosis in SH-SY5Y cells and cognitive dysfunctions in Sprague-Dawley (SD) rats. Cells treated with A beta exhibited decreased viability and apoptotic features, such as DNA fragmentation, alterations in mitochondria and an increased Bax/Bcl-2 ratio, which were attenuated by TAL extract (TALE) pretreatment. To elucidate the neuroprotective mechanisms of TALE, the study examined A beta-induced oxidative stress and cellular defense. TALE pretreatment suppressed A beta-increased intracellular accumulation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) via up-regulation of glutathione, an essential endogenous antioxidant. To further verify the effect of TALE on memory impairments, A beta or scopolamine was injected in SD rats and a water maze task conducted as a spatial memory test. A beta or scopolamine treatment increased the time taken to find the platform during training trials, which was decreased by TALE pretreatment. Furthermore, one of the active components of TALE, total dietary fiber also effectively inhibited A beta-induced cytotoxicity and scopolamine-caused memory deficits. These results suggest that TALE may have preventive and/or therapeutic potential in the management of AD. PMID:19441012

  20. Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles Using Triticum aestivum and Its Effect on Peroxide Catalytic Activity and Toxicology

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    Shobha Waghmode

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available The synthesis of stable silver nanoparticles using bioreduction method was investigated. Biological synthesis of silver nanoparticles using Triticum aestivum (khapali ghahu extract was investigated. The effect of a specific variety of plants and how it affects the growth of silver nanoparticles was investigated in our work and it was polydispersed. UV-visible spectroscopy was used to monitor the formation of silver nanoparticles within 15 minutes. The peaks in XRD pattern are in good agreement with those of face-centered-cubic form of metallic silver. Further the IR and TEM shows confirmation of nanocrystalline nature of silver nanoparticles. These nanoparticles dislodged by ultrasonication showed an absorption peak at 430 nm in UV-visible spectrum corresponding to the Plasmon resonance of silver nanoparticles. UV-visible titration experiments showed evidence that silver nanoparticles facilitate hydrogen peroxide reduction showing excellent catalytic activity at 200 μL. In this preliminary toxicology study, Earthworm toxicology we checked and is stable up to 1500 ppm concentration. The use of plant extract for silver nanoparticles synthesis offers the benefits of eco-friendliness and amenability for large-scale production.

  1. Composition of cuticular waxes coating flag leaf blades and peduncles of Triticum aestivum cv. Bethlehem.

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    Racovita, Radu C; Hen-Avivi, Shelly; Fernandez-Moreno, Josefina-Patricia; Granell, Antonio; Aharoni, Asaph; Jetter, Reinhard

    2016-10-01

    The work herein presents comprehensive analyses of the cuticular wax mixtures covering the flag leaf blade and peduncle of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) cv. Bethlehem. Overall, Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry and Flame Ionization Detection revealed a wax coverage of flag leaf blades (16 μg/cm(2)) a third that of peduncles (49 μg/cm(2)). Flag leaf blade wax was dominated by 1-alkanols, while peduncle wax contained primarily β-diketone and hydroxy-β-diketones, thus suggesting differential regulation of the acyl reduction and β-diketone biosynthetic pathways in the two analyzed organs. The characteristic chain length distributions of the various wax compound classes are discussed in light of their individual biosynthetic pathways and biosynthetic relationships between classes. Along with previously reported wheat wax compound classes (fatty acids, 1-alkanols, 1-alkanol esters, aldehydes, alkanes, β-diketone, hydroxy-β-diketones, alkylresorcinols and methyl alkylresorcinols), esters of 2-alkanols and three types of aromatic esters (benzyl, phenethyl and p-hydroxyphenethyl) are also reported. In particular, 2-heptanol esters were identified. Detailed analyses of the isomer distributions within 1-alkanol and 2-alkanol ester homologs revealed distinct patterns of esterified acids and alcohols, suggesting several wax ester synthases with very different substrate preferences in both wheat organs. Terpenoids, including two terpenoid esters, were present only in peduncle wax. PMID:27264640

  2. Comparative Analysis of Codon Usage Patterns Among Mitochondrion, Chloroplast and Nuclear Genes in Triticum aestivum L.

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    Wen-Juan Zhang; Jie Zhou; Zuo-Feng Li; Li Wang; Xun Gu; Yang Zhong

    2007-01-01

    In many organisms, the difference in codon usage patterns among genes reflects variation in local base compositional biases and the intensity of natural selection. In this study, a comparative analysis was performed to investigate the characteristics of codon bias and factors in shaping the codon usage patterns among mitochondrion,chloroplast and nuclear genes in common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). GC contents in nuclear genes were higher than that in mitochondrion and chloroplast genes. The neutrality and correspondence analyses indicated that the codon usage in nuclear genes would be a result of relative strong mutational bias, while the codon usage patterns of rnitochondrion and chloroplast genes were more conserved in GC content and influenced by translation level.The Parity Rule 2 (PR2) plot analysis showed that pyrimidines were used more frequently than purines at the third codon position in the three genomes. In addition, using a new alterative strategy, 11, 12, and 24 triplets were defined as preferred codons in the mitochondrion, chloroplast and nuclear genes, respectively. These findings suggested that the mitochondrion, chloroplast and nuclear genes shared particularly different features of codon usage and evolutionary constraints.

  3. Metabolic pathways of the wheat (Triticum aestivum endosperm amyloplast revealed by proteomics

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    Dupont Frances M

    2008-04-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background By definition, amyloplasts are plastids specialized for starch production. However, a proteomic study of amyloplasts isolated from wheat (Triticum aestivum Butte 86 endosperm at 10 days after anthesis (DPA detected enzymes from many other metabolic and biosynthetic pathways. To better understand the role of amyloplasts in food production, the data from that study were evaluated in detail and an amyloplast metabolic map was outlined. Results Analysis of 288 proteins detected in an amyloplast preparation predicted that 178 were amyloplast proteins. Criteria included homology with known plastid proteins, prediction of a plastid transit peptide for the wheat gene product or a close homolog, known plastid location of the pathway, and predicted plastid location for other members of the same pathway. Of these, 135 enzymes were arranged into 18 pathways for carbohydrate, lipid, amino acid, nucleic acid and other biosynthetic processes that are critical for grain-fill. Functions of the other proteins are also discussed. Conclusion The pathways outlined in this paper suggest that amyloplasts play a central role in endosperm metabolism. The interacting effects of genetics and environment on starch and protein production may be mediated in part by regulatory mechanisms within this organelle.

  4. Arsenate (As) uptake by and distribution in two cultivars of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.).

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    Geng, Chun-Nu; Zhu, Yong-Guan; Tong, Yi-Ping; Smith, Sally E; Smith, F A

    2006-01-01

    Two cultivars of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) (Jing 411 and Lovrin 10) were used to investigate arsenate (As) uptake and distribution in plants grown in hydroponic culture and in the soil. Results showed that without As addition, Lovrin 10 had higher biomass than Jing 411 in the soil pot experiment; in the hydroponic experiment Lovrin 10 had similar root biomass to and lower shoot biomass than Jing 411. Increasing P supply from 32 to 161 microM resulted in lower tissue As concentrations, and increasing As supply from 0 to 2,000 microM resulted in lower tissue P concentrations. Increasing P supply tended to increase shoot-to-root ratios of As concentrations, and increasing As supply tended to decrease shoot-to-root ratios of As concentrations. Both cultivars invested more in root production under P deficient conditions than under P sufficient conditions. Lovrin 10 invested more biomass production to roots than Jing 411, which might be partly responsible for higher shoot P and As concentrations and higher shoot-to-root ratios of As concentrations. Moreover, Lovrin 10 allocated less As to roots than Jing 411 and the difference disappeared with decreasing P supply. PMID:16081139

  5. Anticancer Effect of Rutin Isolated from the Methanolic Extract of Triticum aestivum Straw in Mice

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    Savita Dixit

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available Rutin is the bioactive flavanoid isolated from the straw part of Triticum aestivum and possess various pharmacological applications. The aim of this study is to evaluate the chemopreventive potential of rutin in an experimental skin carcinogenesis mice model system. Skin tumor was induced by topical application of 7,12-dimethyl benz(a anthracene (DMBA and promoted by croton oil in Swiss albino mice. To assess the chemopreventive potential of rutin, it was orally administered at a concentration of (200 mg/kg and 400 mg/kg body weight continued three times weekly for 16th weeks. The development of skin carcinogenesis was assessed by histopathological analysis. Reductions in tumor size and cumulative number of papillomas were seen due to rutin treatment. Average latent period was significantly increased as compared to carcinogen treated control. Rutin produced significant decrease in the activity of serum enzyme serum glutamate oxalate transaminase (SGOT, serum glutamate pyruvate transaminase (SGPT, alkaline phosphatase (ALP and bilirubin when compared with the control. They significantly increased the levels of enzyme involved in oxidative stress glutathione (GSH, superoxide dismutase (SOD and catalase. The elevated level of lipid peroxidase in the control group was significantly inhibited by rutin administration. The results from the present study suggest the chemopreventive effect of rutin in DMBA and croton oil induced skin carcinogenesis in swiss albino mice and one of the probable reasons would be its antioxidant potential.

  6. Ractopamine up take by alfalfa (Medicago sativa) and wheat (Triticum aestivum) from soil.

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    Shelver, Weilin L; DeSutter, Thomas M

    2015-08-01

    Ractopamine is a beta adrenergic agonist used as a growth promoter in swine, cattle and turkeys. To test whether ractopamine has the potential to accumulate in plants grown in contaminated soil, a greenhouse study was conducted with alfalfa (Medicago sativa) and wheat (Triticum aestivum) grown in two soils having different concentrations of organic matter (1.3% and 2.1%), amended with 0, 0.5, and 10 μg/g of ractopamine. Plant growth ranged from 2.7 to 8.8 g dry weight (dw) for alfalfa, and 8.7 to 40 g dw for wheat and was generally greater in the higher organic matter content soil. The uptake of ractopamine in plant tissues ranged from non-detectable to 897 ng/g and was strongly dependent on soil ractopamine concentration across soil and plant tissue. When adjusted to the total fortified quantities, the amount of ractopamine taken up by the plant tissue was low, <0.01% for either soil. PMID:26257350

  7. Combining ability for Fusarium head blight resistance in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.

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    Subas Malla

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Fusarium head blight (FHB caused by Fusarium graminearum reduces wheat (Triticum aestivum L. em. Thell grain yield and end-use quality worldwide. Three each of FHB susceptible (‘Nekota’, ‘2137’, and ‘Harding’ and resistant (‘Ning 7840’, ‘ND2710’ and ‘BacUp’ parents were included in a partial diallel mating design (Griffing’s Method 4, Model 1. The F4:5 progeny was evaluated for healthy index, undamaged kernels, and deoxynivalenol (DON content following artificial inoculation and mist-irrigation in 2006 and 2007. General combining ability (GCA was highly significant (P < 0.01 for healthy index; whereas specific combining ability (SCA and GCA-by-year interaction were not significant. The combining ability ratio and narrow-sense heritability were 0.95 and 0.83, respectively. The Genotype, Genotype-by-Environment (GGE biplot analysis showed that the ND2710/BacUp combination had the best healthy index and undamaged kernels; whereas Ning 7840 contributed resistance to DON accumulation. The results indicated additive gene effects mainly control that healthy index. Thus, genetic gain in developing resistance in wheat can be achieved through selection.

  8. Comparison of organic and inorganic amendments for enhancing soil lead phytoextraction by wheat (Triticum aestivum L.).

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    Saifullah; Ghafoor, A; Zia, M H; Murtaza, G; Waraich, Ejaz Ahmad; Bibi, Sadia; Srivastava, P

    2010-09-01

    Phytoextraction has received increasing attention as a promising, cost-effective alternative to conventional engineering-based remediation methods for metal contaminated soils. In order to enhance the phytoremediative ability of green plants chelating agents are commonly used. Our study aims to evaluate whether, citric acid (CA) or elemental sulfur (S) should be used as an alternative to the ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA)for chemically enhanced phytoextraction. Results showed that EDTA was more efficient than CA and S in solubilizing lead (Pb) from the soil. The application of EDTA and S increased the shoot biomass of wheat. However, application of CA at higher rates (30 mmol kg(-1)) resulted in significantly lower wheat biomass. Photosynthesis and transpiration rates increased with EDTA and S application, whereas these parameters were decreased with the application of CA. Elemental sulfur was ineffective for enhancing the concentration of Pb in wheat shoots. Although CA did not increase the Pb solubility measured at the end of experiment, however, it was more effective than EDTA in enhancing the concentration of Pb in the shoots of Triticum aestivum L. It was assumed that increase in Mn concentration to toxic levels in soil with CA addition might have resulted in unusual Pb concentration in wheat plants. The results of the present study suggest that under the conditions used in this experiment, CA at the highest dose was the best amendment for enhanced phytoextraction of Pb using wheat compared to either EDTA or S. PMID:21166273

  9. Toxic effect of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) on germination and seedling growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.).

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    Zhou, Lina; Xia, Mengjie; Wang, Li; Mao, Hui

    2016-09-01

    As a persistent organic pollutant in the environment, perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) has been extensively investigated. It can accumulate in food chains and in the human body. This work investigated the effect of PFOA on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) germination and seedling growth by conducting a germination trial and a pot trial. A stimulatory effect of PFOA on seedling growth and root length of wheat was found at 800 mg kg(-1) PFOA inhibited germination rate, index, and root and shoot growth. In the pot trial, PFOA concentration in root was double that in the shoot. Soil and plant analyzer development (SPAD) and plant height of wheat seedling were inhibited by adding 200 mg kg(-1) PFOA. Proline content and POD activity in wheat seedlings increased as PFOA increased, while CAT activity decreased. Using logarithmic equations, proline content was selected as the most sensitive index by concentration for 50% of maximal effect (EC50). Hence, the tolerance of wheat seedlings to PFOA levels could be evaluated on the basis of the physiological index. PMID:27337433

  10. Identification, Characterization, and Expression Analysis of the TaNF-YB3 Gene from Triticum aestivum

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    Xiuchun DONG

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available A full-length cDNA encoding a nuclear factor-YB (NF-YB/HAP3/CCAAT binding factor-A (CBF-A subunit of a CCAAT-box binding complex, designated as TaNF-YB3 was isolated from Triticum aestivum. Sequence analysis indicated that the full-length cDNA was 809�bp long, including an open reading frame (ORF of 597�bp, which encoded a deduced polypeptide of 199 amino acids and is located in chromosome 3D. The deduced protein contained conserved structural domains and showed high identity to other plant NF-YBs. TaNF-YB3 was expressed in various organs, especially in the leaves and stamens; it was also regulated by salt, mannitol, abscisic acid, wounding, and cold. Moreover, TaNF-YB3 was down-regulated by short days and vernalization, and sensitive to the transfer of day length. It was mainly induced by light and exhibited a similar diurnal rhythmic expression pattern with the CCT-domain family gene VRN2 (TaZCCT1 and TaZCCT2, but not with CO (WCO1 and TaHd1. Overall, the results suggested that TaNF-YB3, aside from having a role in regulating day length and vernalization responses, might integrate signals from other environmental stresses to perform its functions in winter wheat adaptability and development.

  11. Overexpression of a Triticum aestivum Calreticulin gene (TaCRT1 Improves Salinity Tolerance in Tobacco.

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    Full Text Available Calreticulin (CRT is a highly conserved and abundant multifunctional protein that is encoded by a small gene family and is often associated with abiotic/biotic stress responses in plants. However, the roles played by this protein in salt stress responses in wheat (Triticum aestivum remain obscure. In this study, three TaCRT genes were identified in wheat and named TaCRT1, TaCRT2 and TaCRT3-1 based on their sequence characteristics and their high homology to other known CRT genes. Quantitative real-time PCR expression data revealed that these three genes exhibit different expression patterns in different tissues and are strongly induced under salt stress in wheat. The calcium-binding properties of the purified recombinant TaCRT1 protein were determined using a PIPES/Arsenazo III analysis. TaCRT1 gene overexpression in Nicotiana tabacum decreased salt stress damage in transgenic tobacco plants. Physiological measurements indicated that transgenic tobacco plants showed higher activities of superoxide dismutase (SOD, peroxidase (POD and catalase (CAT than non-transgenic tobacco under normal growth conditions. Interestingly, overexpression of the entire TaCRT1 gene or of partial TaCRT1 segments resulted in significantly higher tolerance to salt stress in transgenic plants compared with their WT counterparts, thus revealing the essential role of the C-domain of TaCRT1 in countering salt stress in plants.

  12. Effects of Auxins and Media on Callus Induction of Chinese Spring Wheat( Triticum aestivum L.)

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    WU Li-min; WEI Yu-ming; ZHENG You-liang

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    The effects of auxins and media on callus induction from the mature and immature embryos of Chinese spring wheat(Triticum aestivum L.) varieties were investigated. It was found that genotype, medium, auxin source and concentration had the significant effects on the induction of embryogenic callus, explants germination and the increment of callus fresh weight. For immature embryos cultured on MS medium, 2 mg L-1of 2, 4-D was optimal, and the highest frequency of embryogenic callus (33.50%) was observed. For the mature embryos on N6 medium, 4 mg L-1 of 2, 4-D was optimal. The frequency of embryogenic callus and increment of callus fresh weight on 2, 4, 5-T media were higher than those on 2, 4-D media, and in the presence of 2, 4, 5-T the precocious germination of explants for all genotypes were significantly suppressed. These results indicated that 2, 4, 5-T was superior to 2, 4-D and NAA in the culture of immature embryos. This is the first report about the effect of 2, 4, 5-T and NAA on wheat tissue culture, particularly in comparison with 2, 4-D in detail.

  13. Functional study of a salt-inducible TaSR gene in Triticum aestivum.

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    Ma, Xiao-Li; Cui, Wei-Na; Zhao, Qian; Zhao, Jing; Hou, Xiao-Na; Li, Dong-Yan; Chen, Zhao-Liang; Shen, Yin-Zhu; Huang, Zhan-Jing

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    The gene expression chip of a salt-tolerant wheat mutant under salt stress was used to clone a salt-induced gene with unknown functions. This gene was designated as TaSR (Triticum aestivum salt-response gene) and submitted to GenBank under accession number EF580107. Quantitative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) analysis showed that gene expression was induced by salt stress. Arabidopsis and rice (Oryza sativa) plants expressing TaSR presented higher salt tolerance than the controls, whereas AtSR mutant and RNA interference rice plants were more sensitive to salt. Under salt stress, TaSR reduced Na(+) concentration and improved cellular K(+) and Ca(2+) concentrations; this gene was also localized on the cell membrane. β-Glucuronidase (GUS) staining and GUS fluorescence quantitative determination were conducted through fragmentation cloning of the TaSR promoter. Salt stress-responsive elements were detected at 588-1074 bp upstream of the start codon. GUS quantitative tests of the full-length promoter in different tissues indicated that promoter activity was highest in the leaf under salt stress. Bimolecular fluorescence complementation and yeast two-hybrid screening further showed the correlation of TaSR with TaPRK and TaKPP. In vitro phosphorylation of TaSR and TaPRK2697 showed that TaPRK2697 did not phosphorylate TaSR. This study revealed that the novel TaSR may be used to improve plant tolerance to salt stress. PMID:25855206

  14. [Cytogenetic analysis of alloplasmic recombinant lines (H. vulgare)-T. aestivum with unstable fertility and viability].

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    Badaeva, E D; Pershina, L A; Bil'danova, L L

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    Comparative cytogenetic analysis was performed with four alloplasmic recombinant (Hordeum vulgare)-Triticum aestivum lines differing in morphological traits, number of seeds per spike, and seed plumpness. None of the lines displayed introgression of the barley genetic material: the karyotypes included only common wheat chromosomes. Two lines, 79(B) and 79(D), were cytogenetically stable. Plants of lines 79(A) and 79(C) displayed a high frequency of unbalanced chromosome aberrations, including dicentric and polycentric chromosomes, terminal deletions varying in size, acentric fragments, and multiple unidentifiable translocations. Previous studies of the mitochondrial genome showed that the two cytologically unstable lines, which were also unstable in fertility and viability, are characterized by heteroplasmy at the mitochondrial 18S-5S locus (simultaneous presence of barley and wheat fragments). Stable lines 79(B) and 79(D) with normal fertility contained only wheat mitochondrial markers. It was assumed that the substantial instability of the nuclear genome in lines 79(C) and 79(A) was a result of nuclear-cytoplasmic incompatibility and was associated with heteroplasmy, while elimination or considerable reduction of barley material in the mitochondrial genome stabilized the nuclear genome of lines 79(B) and 79(D). In turn, the instability of the nuclear genome was responsible for a decrease in viability and fertility of plants. PMID:16583704

  15. Proteomic Analysis Reveals Key Proteins and Phosphoproteins upon Seed Germination of Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.).

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    Dong, Kun; Zhen, Shoumin; Cheng, Zhiwei; Cao, Hui; Ge, Pei; Yan, Yueming

    2015-01-01

    Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is one of the oldest cultivated crops and the second most important food crop in the world. Seed germination is the key developmental process in plant growth and development, and poor germination directly affects plant growth and subsequent grain yield. In this study, we performed the first dynamic proteome analysis of wheat seed germination using a two-dimensional differential gel electrophoresis (2D-DIGE)-based proteomic approach. A total of 166 differentially expressed protein (DEP) spots representing 73 unique proteins were identified, which are mainly involved in storage, stress/defense/detoxification, carbohydrate metabolism, photosynthesis, cell metabolism, and transcription/translation/transposition. The identified DEPs and their dynamic expression profiles generally correspond to three distinct seed germination phases after imbibition: storage degradation, physiological processes/morphogenesis, and photosynthesis. Some key DEPs involved in storage substance degradation and plant defense mechanisms, such as globulin 3, sucrose synthase type I, serpin, beta-amylase, and plastid ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase (AGPase) small subunit, were found to be phosphorylated during seed germination. Particularly, the phosphorylation site Ser(355) was found to be located in the enzyme active region of beta-amylase, which promotes substrate binding. Phosphorylated modification of several proteins could promote storage substance degradation and environmental stress defense during seed germination. The central metabolic pathways involved in wheat seed germination are proposed herein, providing new insights into the molecular mechanisms of cereal seed germination. PMID:26635843

  16. Optimizing rate of nitrogen application for higher growth and yield of wheat (triticum aestivum l.) cultivars

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    In order to optimize the nitrogen rates in three wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars for obtaining higher grain yield, a split plot experiment based on Randomized Complete Block Design with three replicates was conducted in the research field of University of Agriculture, Faisalabad during Rabi season 2006-07. Among treatments nitrogen levels (N0= 0, N/sub 1/= 50, N2= 100, N3= 150 kg ha/sup -1/) in main while wheat cultivars (V1= Punjnad-I, V/sub 2/= Fareed-2006, V3=Uqab-2000) were allocated in sub plots during the course of growing season. Traits as plant height, fertile tillers, spike length, spikelets spike-1, grains spike-1, 1000-grain weight, straw yield, grain yield and harvest index (HI) were significantly (P=0.05) affected by treatment combinations. Maximum grain yield was obtained by V3 (Uqab-2000) cultivar when treated with N3 (150 kg ha/sup -1/) fertilizer level. Also, results showed that with increasing nitrogen rates, wheat yield increases significantly up to a level of significance (P=0.05). Increasing nitrogen levels led to significantly increase in plant height (101.81 cm), spike bearing tillers (495.77), grains spike/sup -1/ (61.45), straw yield (8.60 t ha/sup -1/) and harvest index (36.17%) of V3 (Uqab-2000). In all traits except germination count, V3 (Uqab-2000) was found to be superior. (author)

  17. Effect of landfill leachate on cell cycle, micronucleus, and sister chromatid exchange in Triticum aestivum

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    Li Guangke; Yun Yang; Li Hongyan [Center of Environment Science and Engineering, College of Environment and Resource, Shanxi University, Taiyuan, Shanxi 030006 (China); Sang Nan [Center of Environment Science and Engineering, College of Environment and Resource, Shanxi University, Taiyuan, Shanxi 030006 (China)], E-mail: sangnan_lgkcarl@yahoo.com.cn

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    With increasing use of municipal solid waste landfills for waste disposal, the leachate generated has become a serious environmental concern. Therefore, it is important to set up simple and accurate methods for monitoring leachate toxicity. In the present study, the physiological and genetic toxicity of the leachate, generated from Xingou Municipal Landfill in China, were investigated with Triticum aestivum (wheat) bioassay. The results indicate that the lower leachate concentrations stimulated the germination, growth and cell division, and did not induce obvious increase in micronucleus (MN) frequency in root tips; while the higher concentrations inhibited the processes, and significantly augmented the MN frequency in a concentration- and time-dependent manner. In addition, pycnotic cells (PNC) and sister chromatid exchange (SCE) occurred in root tips at all leachate concentrations tested, and the frequencies had positive relation with the treatment concentration and time. The results imply that components of leachate from the landfill may be genotoxic in plant cells, and exposure to leachate in the aquatic environment may pose a potential genotoxic risk to organisms. The results also suggest that the wheat bioassay is efficient, simple and reproducible in monitoring genotoxicity of the leachate.

  18. Effect of landfill leachate on cell cycle, micronucleus, and sister chromatid exchange in Triticum aestivum

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    With increasing use of municipal solid waste landfills for waste disposal, the leachate generated has become a serious environmental concern. Therefore, it is important to set up simple and accurate methods for monitoring leachate toxicity. In the present study, the physiological and genetic toxicity of the leachate, generated from Xingou Municipal Landfill in China, were investigated with Triticum aestivum (wheat) bioassay. The results indicate that the lower leachate concentrations stimulated the germination, growth and cell division, and did not induce obvious increase in micronucleus (MN) frequency in root tips; while the higher concentrations inhibited the processes, and significantly augmented the MN frequency in a concentration- and time-dependent manner. In addition, pycnotic cells (PNC) and sister chromatid exchange (SCE) occurred in root tips at all leachate concentrations tested, and the frequencies had positive relation with the treatment concentration and time. The results imply that components of leachate from the landfill may be genotoxic in plant cells, and exposure to leachate in the aquatic environment may pose a potential genotoxic risk to organisms. The results also suggest that the wheat bioassay is efficient, simple and reproducible in monitoring genotoxicity of the leachate

  19. Uptake of a cyanotoxin, β-N-methylamino-L-alanine, by wheat (Triticum aestivum).

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    Contardo-Jara, Valeska; Schwanemann, Torsten; Pflugmacher, Stephan

    2014-06-01

    In order to study the uptake of the cyanobacterial neurotoxin β-N-methylamino-l-alanine (BMAA) into the crop plant Triticum aestivum during germination and primary growth imbibed grains and 7-day-old seedlings were irrigated with 100 and 1000µg l(-1) BMAA for 4 days and 100µg l(-1) BMAA for 28 days. Content of derivatized free and protein-associated BMAA in seedlings, root and shoot tissue, respectively, were analyzed by LC-MS/MS. Free BMAA was only detected in seedlings exposed to 1000µg l(-1) BMAA, whereas protein-associated BMAA was found at both exposure concentrations. Irrigation with 100µgl(-1) BMAA led to an uptake of the neurotoxin into roots and shoots and to immediate protein-association. In roots, protein-associated BMAA was detectable after 5 days with peaking amounts after 14 days. Longer exposure did not cause further accumulation in roots. In contrast, protein-associated BMAA was detected in shoot samples after only 1 day. In shoots the highest amounts of protein-associated BMAA were found after 28 days. In turn, in both plant compartments free BMAA was below the measurable concentration. PMID:24675440

  20. EVALUATING THE DROUGHT STRESS TOLERANCE EFFICIENCY OF WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. CULTIVARS

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    M.A. Sammar Raza

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    Full Text Available The study was conducted at the Nuclear Institute for Agriculture and Biology (NIAB, Faisalabad, Pakistan to evaluate the drought stress tolerance efficiency of wheat cultivars. Eight wheat (Triticum aestivum L. genotypes namely (Pasban-90, Inqalab-91, Auqab-2000, AS-2002, Sahar-2006, Shafaq-2006, Lasani-2008, and FSD-2008 were used for screening in laboratory. Three techniques were used for the screening. These techniques are (I seed germination at -0.6 MPa external water potential (PEG-6000, (2 seedling growth after 14 days at -0.6 MPa (PEG-6000, and (3 plant water relations of seven-week-old pot-grown plants. Significantly highest germination stress tolerance index, root length stress tolerance index and the water content was recorded in Lasani-2008 and lowest was recorded in Auqab-2000. Dry matter percentage was recorded significantly highest in pasban-90 while the lowest dry matter percentage was observed in auqab-2000. FSD-2008 gained maximum plant height and was recorded minimum in Inqilab-91. Relative saturation deficit was significantly highest in Auqab-2000 while the significantly lowest relative saturation deficit was recorded in case of Lasani-2008. It was concluded from the results that Lasani-2008 performed better under drought and Auqab-2000 was recorded most drought sensitive variety.

  1. Transcriptome Analysis of Purple Pericarps in Common Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Chen, Wenjie; Zhang, Bo; Liu, Dengcai; Liu, Baolong; Zhang, Huaigang

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    Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars possessing purple grain arethought to be more nutritious because of high anthocyanin contents in the pericarp. Comparative transcriptome analysis of purple (cv Gy115) and white pericarps was carried out using next-generation sequencing technology. There were 23,642 unigenes significantly differentially expressed in the purple and white pericarps, including 9945 up-regulated and 13,697 down-regulated. The differentially expressed unigenes were mainly involved in encoding components of metabolic pathways, The flavonoid biosynthesis pathway was the most represented in metabolic pathways. In the transcriptome of purple pericarp in Gy115, most structural and regulatory genes biosynthesizing anthocyanin were identified, and had higher expression levels than in white pericarp. The largestunigene of anthocyanin biosynthesis in Gy115 was longer than the reference genes, which implies that high-throughput sequencing could isolate the genes of anthocyanin biosynthesis in tissues or organs with high anthocyanin content. Based on present and previous results, three unigenes of MYB gene on chromosome 7BL and three unigenes of MYC on chromosome 2AL were predicted as candidate genes for the purple grain trait. This article was the first to provide a systematic overview comparing the transcriptomes of purple and white pericarps in common wheat, which should be very valuable for identifying the key genes for the purple pericarp trait. PMID:27171148

  2. Joint stress of chlorimuron-ethyl and cadmium on wheat Triticum aestivum at biochemical levels

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    Biochemical responses to joint stress of chlorimuron-ethyl and cadmium (Cd) in wheat Triticum aestivum were examined. The joint action of chlorimuron-ethyl and Cd weakened the inhibition of Cd or chlorimuron-ethyl on the formation of chlorophyll. It was deduced that wheat plants had the capability to protect themselves by increasing the activity of the antioxidant enzyme peroxidase (POD) with the exposure time. The joint effect of chlorimuron-ethyl and Cd on the superoxide dismutase (SOD) activity in leaves was additive, while the joint effect on the SOD activity in roots was determined by the interaction of chlorimuron-ethyl and Cd in wheat. It was also concluded that the change of malondialdehyde (MDA) content in wheat might not be a good biomarker in the oxidative damage by chlorimuron-ethyl, while a decrease in the soluble protein content and POD activity in roots could be considered as a biomarker in the damage of wheat by chlorimuron-ethyl and Cd. - Soluble protein content and peroxidase activity in seedlings were the biomarkers indicating joint stress of chemicals

  3. Portable exhausters POR-004 SKID B, POR-005 SKID C, POR-006 SKID D storage plan

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    This document provides a storage plan for portable exhausters POR-004 SKID B, POR-005 SKID C, AND POR-006 SKID D. The exhausters will be stored until they are needed by the TWRS (Tank Waste Remediation Systems) Saltwell Pumping Program. The storage plan provides criteria for portable exhauster storage, periodic inspections during storage, and retrieval from storage

  4. Ojo por ojo

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    Ramón del Llano Ibáñez

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    Nuestro pan y café de la mañana se acompaña de noticias alrededor de ejecuciones, de fosas clandestinas, de batallas del ejército, de balaceras en las calles y civiles caídos por balas perdidas : la muerte acompaña nuestro desayuno. Las calaveras de azúcar del día de muertos hoy son calaveras reales y amargas : 40 000 muertos en cuatro años después que el Presidente Calderón declaró la guerra a los narcotraficantes. Se han apresado a varios e importantes miembros de los cárteles : pero han si...

  5. A vida por segundos

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    A Enfermagem regista evolução a vários níveis, o que torna imperioso reconhecer como de significativo valor o papel do enfermeiro. A Especialização em Enfermagem Médico-Cirúrgica visa o desenvolvimento de competências para a assistência de Enfermagem avançada ao doente adulto e idoso em estado crítico, revelando uma maior apropriação, por parte dos enfermeiros especialistas de uma concepção de cuidados sustentada numa conceptualização científica dos cuidados, daí infere-se o contributo num...

  6. Ojo por ojo

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    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Nuestro pan y café de la mañana se acompaña de noticias alrededor de ejecuciones, de fosas clandestinas, de batallas del ejército, de balaceras en las calles y civiles caídos por balas perdidas : la muerte acompaña nuestro desayuno. Las calaveras de azúcar del día de muertos hoy son calaveras reales y amargas : 40 000 muertos en cuatro años después que el Presidente Calderón declaró la guerra a los narcotraficantes. Se han apresado a varios e importantes miembros de los cárteles : pero han si...

  7. Onicomicosis por hongos fuliginosos

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    Ingrid Salas-Campos

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Justificación y objetivo: Las infecciones de las uñas producidas por hongos son un problema de frecuente consulta dermatológica. Los dermatofitos son la mayor causa de estas infecciones, siendo Trichophyton rubrum el agente etiológico más importante. Sin embargo, los hongos no dermatofitos, tanto hialinos como fuliginosos, pueden ser también responsables de estos cuadros clínicos. Debido a que estos hongos tienden a ser resistentes a los antimicóticos comúnmente usados para tratar las onicomicosis, es que se hace indispensable que el clínico se asegure por medio de un examen de laboratorio de la etiología de la infección. Métodos: Se estudiaron tres casos de pacientes con lesiones en uñas, que acudieron al laboratorio de Micología Médica, Facultad de Microbiología, Universidad de Costa Rica. Se realizaron los análisis de rutina para aislamiento e identificación de hongos patógenos. Resultados: En los tres casos estudiados se observó al examen directo micelio fuliginoso. En uno de los casos se aisló e identificó Scytalidium dimidiatum, hongo que presenta resistencia a los antifúngicos utilizados para tratar onicomicosis. Conclusión. El reporte de hongos diferentes a los dermatofitos como agentes etiológicos de onicomicosis es importante para que el médico pueda elegir el tratamiento más recomendado para este tipo de infección.

  8. Silver nanoparticles disrupt wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) growth in a sand matrix.

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    Dimkpa, Christian O; McLean, Joan E; Martineau, Nicole; Britt, David W; Haverkamp, Richard; Anderson, Anne J

    2013-01-15

    Hydroponic plant growth studies indicate that silver nanoparticles (Ag NPs) are phytotoxic. In this work, the phytotoxicity of commercial Ag NPs (10 nm) was evaluated in a sand growth matrix. Both NPs and soluble Ag were recovered from water extracts of the sand after growth of plants challenged with the commercial product; the surface charge of the Ag NPs in this extract was slightly reduced compared to the stock NPs. The Ag NPs reduced the length of shoots and roots of wheat in a dose-dependent manner. Furthermore, 2.5 mg/kg of the NPs increased branching in the roots of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), thereby affecting plant biomass. Micron-sized (bulk) Ag particles (2.5 mg/kg) as well as Ag ions (63 μg Ag/kg) equivalent to the amount of soluble Ag in planted sand with Ag NPs (2.5 mg/kg) did not affect plant growth compared to control. In contrast, higher levels of Ag ions (2.5 mg/kg) reduced plant growth to a similar extent as the Ag NPs. Accumulation of Ag was detected in the shoots, indicating an uptake and transport of the metal from the Ag NPs in the sand. Transmision electron microscopy indicated that Ag NPs were present in shoots of plants with roots exposed to the Ag NPs or high levels of Ag ions. Both of these treatments caused oxidative stress in roots, as indicated by accumulation of oxidized glutathione, and induced expression of a gene encoding a metallothionein involved in detoxification by metal ion sequestration. Our findings demonstrate the potential effects of environmental contamination by Ag NPs on the metabolism and growth of food crops in a solid matrix. PMID:23259709

  9. Effect of Temperature on Triticum aestivum L. Seedlings Growth and Phytohormone Balance

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    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The study aimed to determine the effect of short-term heat and cold stresses on growth, accumulation and distribution of abscisic acid (ABA and indole-3-acetic acid (IAA in 7 and 14-day-old Triticum aestivum L. seedlings of the frost resistant cultivar Volodarka. A high performance liquid chromatography method has been used to provide a qualitative and quantitative analysis of hormones in leaves and roots. Biometric analysis showed that at the early stage of vegetation (7 days seedlings were more resistant to temperature stresses, especially to cold, than at the later ones (14 and 21 days, that correlates with the frost resistance of cultivar. The results indicated that at the early stages of growth, after a short-term cold stress (2 h., +20C, the amount of free ABA substantially increased in roots, while at the later ones, it occurred after a short-term heat stress (2 h., +400C in leaves. After a heat stress the leaves of 7-day-old seedlings accumulated a conjugated form of IAA. Heat stress caused the accumulation of free IAA in roots of 14-day-old seedlings. Cross stress (cold+heat caused some increase in the pool of endogenous ABA both in roots and leaves while the amount of free IAA increased only in leaves. Сhanges in the accumulation of the free and conjugated forms of ABA and IAA depended both on the organs and the age of seedlings, and the type of stress and correlated with frost resistance of the cultivar Volodarka.

  10. Aluminum Tolerance in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) (I. Uptake and Distribution of Aluminum in Root Apices).

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    Delhaize, E.; Craig, S.; Beaton, C. D.; Bennet, R. J.; Jagadish, V. C.; Randall, P. J.

    1993-11-01

    We investigated the uptake and distribution of Al in root apices of near-isogenic wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) lines differing in Al tolerance at a single locus (Alt1: aluminum tolerance). Seedlings were grown in nutrient solution that contained 100 [mu]M Al, and the roots were subsequently stained with hematoxylin, a compound that binds Al in vitro to form a colored complex. Root apices of Al-sensitive genotypes stained after short exposures to Al (10 min and 1 h), whereas apices of Al-tolerant seedlings showed less intense staining after equivalent exposures. Differential staining preceded differences observed in either root elongation or total Al concentrations of root apices (terminal 2-3 mm of root). After 4 h of exposure to 100 [mu]M Al in nutrient solution, Al-sensitive genotypes accumulated more total Al in root apices than Al-tolerant genotypes, and the differences became more marked with time. Analysis of freeze-dried root apices by x-ray microanalysis showed that Al entered root apices of Al-sensitive plants and accumulated in the epidermal layer and in the cortical layer immediately below the epidermis. Long-term exposure of sensitive apices to Al (24 h) resulted in a distribution of Al coinciding with the absence of K. Quantitation of Al in the cortical layer showed that sensitive apices accumulated 5- to 10-fold more Al than tolerant apices exposed to Al solutions for equivalent times. These data are consistent with the hypothesis that Alt1 encodes a mechanism that excludes Al from root apices. PMID:12231972

  11. Interannual variability of CO2 fluxes and yield by a winter wheat crop (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Dufranne, D.; Vancutsem, F.; Moureaux, C.; Hoyaux, J.; Bodson, B.; Aubinet, M.

    2009-04-01

    In this study, two winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cropping seasons were compared at the Lonzée (Belgium) experimental site. The site, crop management, sowing and harvest dates were similar on the two years. The main difference between the seasons was due to to climate conditions. Continuous eddy-covariance fluxes, leaf scale photosynthesis measurements and crop development monitoring were performed during the whole vegetation periods. Globally, the two years were characterised by a higher than normal air temperature (9.9 °C and 11.9 °C respectively against 9.4 °C for standard) and lower than normal rainfalls (595.1 mm and 675.1 mm respectively against 772 mm for standard). In addition, the second season (2006-2007) was characterised by an exceptionally mild winter, dry and hot conditions in April and by humid and cloudy conditions during the last vegetation phases. These particular conditions induced earlier growth stages and the comparison of global fluxes gives contrasting results: gross primary productivity (GPP) was larger in 2007 but, on the contrary, net primary productivity (NPP) and crop productivity were lower on this year. The bad yields could be explained, on one hand by the drought in April 2007 that induced abnormally small flag leaves, on the other hand by cloudy and humid conditions from end May to harvest, that induced an assimilation reduction due to low radiation and favoured disease development. The simultaneous higher GPP and lower NPP and productivity in 2006-2007 raise the question of carbon allocation. It suggests that the excess carbon assimilated in 2006-2007 was not stored in grain or straw and thus that it would have been stored in the roots or in vegetation parts that decompose before the harvest. Further biomass measurements (and especially root biomass) are necessary to confirm this hypothesis.

  12. Combining ability analysis for yield and some quality traits in spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.

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    Dinesh Kumar and S. A. Kerkhi

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available Combining ability analysis was studied in a 10 × 10 diallel cross of spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.. The analysis of variance for combining revealed that the variance due to gca and sca were highly significant for all the characters indicated that both the additive and non-additive gene actions were involved in the expression of the traits. The genotypes WH 1094, PBW 590 and PBW 373 were considered as the best general combiners, while hybrids DBW 58 x DBW 17, PBW 550 x PBW 373, MP 1236 x PBW 373, WH 1094 x PBW 590, PBW 590 x PBW 373, RAJ 3765 x HD 2687, PBW 590 x WH 711, MP 1236 x PBW 550, RAJ 3765 x DBW 58, HD 2687 x WH 711 and MP 1236 x WH 1094 as good specific combinations for grain yield and other yield contributing and quality traits. The promising parents namely PBW 373, PBW 590 and WH 1094 which are having high gca effects in desirable direction for yield components and for quality traits may be incorporated in crossing programme to have better genotypes for yield better and quality. The crosses PBW 550 x PBW 373, MP 1236 x PBW 373, WH 1094 x PBW 590, MP 1236 x PBW 550 and RAJ 3765 x DBW 58 which showed good sca effects for major yield and more than six yield components characters were also found superior for gluten content, ash content and showed low reaction of phenol on the grains, may be exploited for better yield and chapati quality either by exploiting them through heterosis breeding or involving them in multiple cross breeding programme for obtaining transgressive segregants and broad genetic base population in wheat for improvement in yield.

  13. Zinc and copper uptake by plants under two transpiration rates. Part I. Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    To evaluate the environmental risk of irrigating crops with treated wastewater, an experiment was conducted using two growth chambers, each offering a different vapour pressure deficit (VPD) for high and low transpiration rates (TR), respectively. One of the two sets of 24 pots planted with 6 week old wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), was placed in each growth chamber, and irrigated in triplicates for 20 days with 8 Zn and Cu solutions (0 and 25 mg Zn/L combined with 0, 5, 15 and 30 mg Cu/L). Water losses from planted and non-planted pots served to measure evapo-transpiration and evaporation, respectively. Pots were monitored for Cu and Zn uptake by collecting three plants (shoot and grain)/pots after 0, 10 and 20 days, and roots in each pot after 20 days, and analyzing these plant parts for dry mass, and Cu and Zn levels. Transpiration rate was not affected by any Cu/Zn treatment, but Cu and Zn uptake increase with the time, irrigation solution level and higher TR, with the roots retaining most Cu and Zn, compared to the shoot followed by the grain. For the shoot and grain, Cu had a significant synergetic effect on Zn uptake, when Zn had slight but insignificant antagonistic effects on Cu uptake. For the roots, Cu and Zn had significant synergetic effect on each other. Regression equations obtained from the data indicate that Cu and Zn levels normally found in treated wastewater (0.08 mg/L) are 300 times lower than those used for the most concentrated experimental solutions (30 and 25 mg/L, respectively) and may, on a long term basis, be beneficial rather than toxic to wheat plants and do not acidify soil pH. - Cu and Zn levels normally found in treated wastewater may be beneficial rather than toxic to wheat plants

  14. Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada

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    Carlos Andrés Arcila Salazar

    2009-07-01

    Full Text Available En Colombia, aspectos como la responsabilidad limitada; supresión de la llamada doctrina de ultra vires; duración ilimitada; eliminación de la regla, una acción, un voto; remedios al abuso de los derechos; posibilidad de eliminar prohibiciones a los administradores, libertad de establecer restricciones para la transferencia de acciones y la simplificación de los procedimientos de fusión; son inviables bajo nuestra legislación. Sin embargo, la Ley 1258 de 2008, ha incorporado al derecho societario colombiano un nuevo tipo societario híbrido, llamado “Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada”. Esta forma societaria híbrida se basa en un principio básico: garantizar amplia libertad a los empresarios en la estructuración de sus relaciones a través de disposiciones contractuales. La S.A.S. provee a los empresarios significativa flexibilidad contractual, a la vez que preserva beneficios como la limitación de la responsabilidad.

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    Carlos Andrés Arcila Salazar

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available En Colombia, aspectos como la responsabilidad limitada; supresión de la llamada doctrina de ultra vires; duración ilimitada; eliminación de la regla, una acción, un voto; remedios al abuso de los derechos; posibilidad de eliminar prohibiciones a los administradores, libertad de establecer restricciones para la transferencia de acciones y la simplificación de los procedimientos de fusión; son inviables bajo nuestra legislación. Sin embargo, la Ley 1258 de 2008, ha incorporado al derecho societario colombiano un nuevo tipo societario híbrido, llamado “Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada”. Esta forma societaria híbrida se basa en un principio básico: garantizar amplia libertad a los empresarios en la estructuración de sus relaciones a través de disposiciones contractuales. La S.A.S. provee a los empresarios significativa flexibilidad contractual, a la vez que preserva beneficios como la limitación de la responsabilidad.

  16. THE EFFECT OF TRIFOLII RUBRI FLOS (RED CLOVER FLOWERS HYDROALCOHOLIC EXTRACT ON SOME BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS IN TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. PLANTS

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    Ruxandra Cretu

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Red clover (Trifolium pratense hydroalcoholic extract was prepared by the extraction of powdered driedflowers with ethanol 70% v/v (1:13.33, by reflux for two hours. The stock extract was diluted with distilled water to givethe final concentrations of 0.5, 1 and 5% (v/v. These concentrations were tested for their effects on superoxide-dismutase, catalase and peroxidase activity in wheat (Triticum aestivum L. seedlings, and on soluble protein content, in alaboratory experiment. Distilled water was used as a control (C. After the 7 days of experiment, we evaluated the activityof these oxidoreductases, as well as the soluble protein level.

  17. The Effects of Different Carbon Dioxide Doses on Yield and Nutritional Values of Hydroponic Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Grass Juice

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    KARAŞAHİN, Muhammet

    2015-01-01

    This research has been conducted in the conditioning chamber of  Karabük University Eskipazar Vocational School Department Crop and Animal Production between the dates of 5.01.2015 and 01.08.2015 in order to identify the effects of different carbon dioxide doses on yield and nutritional values of hydroponic wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grass juice. In the research, three different carbon dioxide doses (Control; 0, D1; 750, D2; 1500, D3; 2000 ppm) have been applied to growth medium and their e...

  18. Structural Changes in Root Tips of Wheat (Triticum aestivum L. in Response to Olive Oil Mill Wastewater

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    M. Aybeke

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Toxic effects of the wastewater were investigated ultrastructurally in root tips of Triticum aestivum. As a result, wall and nuclear degradations, disruptions in all cytoplasmic membranes, irregular nucleus shapes and cellular organization defects were densely detected. Besides, germination ratio, total protein contents, DNA contents and root-shoot growth were found to be decreased significantly when compared to the control group. Results were compared with those of recent studies regarding excessive Na+, Fe+2, P, polyphenols and acidic pH toxicity.

  19. Does the natural "microcosm" created by Tuber aestivum affect soil microarthropods? A new hypothesis based on Collembola in truffle culture

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    Menta, Cristina; Garcia Montero, Luis Gonzaga; Pinto, Stefania; Delia Conti, Federica; Baroni, Giampietro; Maresi, Mattia

    2014-01-01

    microarthropods play an important role in fungi dispersion, but little is still known about the interaction between truffle and soil microarthropods. The aim of this study was to investigate the ability of the truffle Tuber aestivum to modify soil biogeochemistry (i.e. create a zone of scarce vegetation around the host plant, called a burn or brûlé) and to highlight the effects of the brûlé on the soil fauna community. We compared soil microarthropod communities found in the soil inside versu...

  20. A recessive gene controlling male sterility sensitive to short daylength/low temperature in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)*

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    Chen, Xiao-Dong; Sun, Dong-Fa; Rong, De-fu; Peng, Jun-hua; Li, Cheng-dao

    2011-01-01

    Utilization of a two-line breeding system via photoperiod-thermo sensitive male sterility has a great potential for hybrid production in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). 337S is a novel wheat male sterile line sensitive to both short daylength/low temperature and long daylength/high temperature. Five F2 populations derived from the crosses between 337S and five common wheat varieties were developed for genetic analysis. All F1’s were highly fertile while segregation occurred in the F2 population...

  1. Two quality-associated HMW glutenin subunits in a somatic hybrid line between Triticum aestivum and Agropyron elongatum

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    Feng, Deshun; Xia, Guangmin; Zhao, Shuangyi; Chen, Fanguo

    2004-01-01

    High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits (HMW-GSs) from hybrid line II-12 between wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and Agropyron elongatum (Host) Nivski were characterized with SDS-PAGE. Out of these HMW-GSs, two subunits, h1Bx and h1By, had mobilities similar to the subunits 1Bx13 and 1By16 from common wheat 4072, which was used as control. Polyclonal antibodies (pAbs) of h1Bx and h1By were prepared, and Western blotting showed that the pAbs had strong affinities for h1Bx and h1By, separately. Th...

  2. Effects of Fertilizer Potassium on Growth, Yield and Nutrient Uptake of Wheat (Triticum aestivum) under Water Stress Conditions

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    BAQUE, Md. Abdullahil; KARIM, Md. Abdul; Hamid, Abdul; HIDAKA, Tetsushi

    2006-01-01

    Water stress causes serious yield loss of wheat (Triticum aestivum) under non-irrigated conditions. This study was initiated to analyze whether potassium fertilizer improves the water stress tolerance in terms of growth, yield and nutrient uptake of this crop. Satabdi, a popular wheat variety in Bangladesh, potassium (low: 39.0, medium: 156 and high: 312 kg ha-1) and three levels of soil moisture, namely control (less than 25% depletion from field capacity, FC), mild stress (more than 37.5% d...

  3. Some effects induced by the hydroalcoholic extract of Trifolii rubri flos (red clover flowers) on Triticum aestivum l. plants

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    Ruxandra Cretu; Iuliana Csilla Bara; Antonela Macavei; Gogu Gheorghita; Roxana Mihailescu; Gabriela Mitroi

    2011-01-01

    Red clover (Trifolium pratense) hydroalcoholic extract was prepared by extraction of powdered dried flowers with ethanol 70% v/v (1:13.33), by reflux for two hours. This was diluted with distilled water to give the final concentrations of 0.5, 1 and 5% (v/v) (TPEx1, TPEx2 and TPEx3). These concentrations were tested for their effects on seed germination and seedlings growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum) in a laboratory experiment. Distilled water was used as a control (C). After the 10 days of...

  4. Comparative study of wild and transformed salt tolerant bacterial strains on Triticum aestivum growth under salt stress

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    Shazia Afrasayab; Muhammad Faisal; Shahida Hasnain

    2010-01-01

    Eleven salt tolerant bacteria isolated from different sources (soil, plants) and their transformed strains were used to study their influence on Triticum aestivum var. Inqlab-91 growth under salt (100 mM NaCl) stress. Salt stress caused reduction in germination (19.4%), seedling growth (46%) and fresh weight (39%) in non-inoculated plants. In general, both wild and transformed strains stimulated germination, seedling growth and fresh weight in salt free and salt stressed conditions. At 100 mM...

  5. Effects of Salinity on Germination, Growth, Nitrate and Phosphate Accumulation in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L. cv. Kanchan)

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    Seeds of wheat (Triticum aestivum L. cv. Kanchan) were allowed to germinate under 0, 25, 50, 100, 200 and 300 mM NaCl-induced salinity. The salinity decreased germination percentage and this was more pronounced towards higher concentration of NaCl. Seedlings of wheat were also raised in water culture under 0, 25, 50 and 100 mM NaCl treatment. The root and shoot growth in terms of dry matter production was decreased with the increase in salinity. Nitrate accumulation was also decreased while accumulation of phosphate was increased in both root and shoot with the increase in salinity.(authors)

  6. Some effects induced by the hydroalcoholic extract of Trifolii rubri flos (red clover flowers on Triticum aestivum l. plants

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    Ruxandra Cretu

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Red clover (Trifolium pratense hydroalcoholic extract was prepared by extraction of powdered dried flowers with ethanol 70% v/v (1:13.33, by reflux for two hours. This was diluted with distilled water to give the final concentrations of 0.5, 1 and 5% (v/v (TPEx1, TPEx2 and TPEx3. These concentrations were tested for their effects on seed germination and seedlings growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum in a laboratory experiment. Distilled water was used as a control (C. After the 10 days of experiment, we evaluated seed germination and seedling growth (root and shoot length, fresh and dry biomass of wheat.

  7. Physiological effects induced by the hydroalcoholic extract of Violae tricoloris herba (wild pansy aerial parts) on Triticum aestivum L

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    Ruxandra Cretu; Antonela Macavei; Iuliana Csilla Bara; Gogu Gheorghita; Ramona Verdes; Elena Iacob; Elena Ionescu

    2011-01-01

    Wild pansy (Viola tricolor) hydroalcoholic extract was prepared by extraction of powdered dried – flowering aerial parts with ethanol 70% v/v (1:10), by reflux for two hours. This was diluted with distilled water to give the final concentrations of 0.5, 1.0 and 5% (v/v) (VTEx1, VTEx2 and VTEx3). These extracts were tested for their effects on seed germination and seedlings growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum) in a laboratory experiment. Distilled water was used as a control (C). After the 10 d...

  8. Genetic transformation of Indian bread (T. aestivum and pasta (T. durum wheat by particle bombardment of mature embryo-derived calli

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    Khurana Paramjit

    2003-09-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background Particle bombardment has been successfully employed for obtaining transgenics in cereals in general and wheat in particular. Most of these procedures employ immature embryos which are not available throughout the year. The present investigation utilizes mature seeds as the starting material and the calli raised from the hexaploid Triticum aestivum and tetraploid Triticum durum display a high regeneration response and were therefore used as the target tissue for genetic transformation by the biolistic approach. Results Mature embryo-derived calli of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum, cv. CPAN1676 and durum wheat (T. durum, cv. PDW215 were double bombarded with 1.1 gold microprojectiles coated with pDM302 and pAct1-F at a target distance of 6 cm. Southern analysis using the bar gene as a probe revealed the integration of transgenes in the T0 transformants. The bar gene was active in both T0 and T1 generations as evidenced by phosphinothricin leaf paint assay. Approximately 30% and 33% primary transformants of T. aestivum and T. durum, respectively, were fertile. The transmission of bar gene to T1 progeny was demonstrated by PCR analysis of germinated seedlings with primers specific to the bar gene. Conclusions The transformation frequency obtained was 8.56% with T. aestivum and 10% with T. durum. The optimized protocol was subsequently used for the introduction of the barley gene encoding a late embryogenesis abundant protein (HVA1 in T. aestivum and T. durum. The presence of the HVA1 transgene was confirmed by Southern analysis in the T0 generation in case of Triticum aestivum, and T0 and T1 generation in Triticum durum.

  9. Characterization of N-type glycosylation sites and glycan structures of Purple Acid Phosphatase Phytases from Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Dionisio, Giuseppe; Brinch-Pedersen, Henrik; Welinder, Karen Gjesing;

    2011-01-01

    Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) possesses preformed phytase activity in the grain that is essential to make phosphate available to cell metabolism and in food and feed (Brejnholt S. et al., 2011). Cereals contain the purple acid phosphatase type of phytases, PAPhy (Dionisio G. et al., 2011a). Mature......) Cloning and Characterization of Purple Acid Phosphatase Phytases from Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.), Maize (Zea maize L.) and Rice (Oryza sativa L.). Plant Physiol. [in press, Jan 10, Epub ahead of print] Dionisio G., Brinch-Pedersen H., Welinder K.G., Jørgensen M. (2011b...

  10. Evaluación de la calidad funcional y sensorial en cultivares de Triticum aestivum ssp. vulgare y ssp. spelta en cultivo ecológico

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    Vargas Kostiuk, María Eugenia

    2016-01-01

    En esta Tesis Doctoral se ha estudiado la influencia del cultivar sobre el comportamiento reológico y panadero de cinco cultivares de trigo sembrados en el mismo año y en el mismo ambiente, en condiciones de cultivo ecológico. Tres de ellos eran de trigo panadero (Triticum aestivum ssp. vulgare), ‘Bonpain’, ‘Craklin’ y ‘Sensas’ y los otros dos de trigo espelta (Triticum aestivum ssp. spelta), ‘Espelta Álava’ y ‘Espelta Navarra’. Actualmente, el alohexaploide trigo panadero (2n=6x=42 genomio A...

  11. Calidad física de grano de trigos harineros (Triticum aestivum L.mexicanos de temporal Physical quality from rainfall Mexican bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L. grains

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    Micaela de la O Olán

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    Full Text Available La pureza genética, sanidad y calidad física del grano son importantes para la comercialización de trigo harinero. Se sabe que el ambiente afecta algunos de los parámetros físicos de este cereal; por lo que el objetivo de este estudio fue determinar la influencia del ambiente en algunos parámetros de calidad física de tres poblaciones de trigo harinero desarrolladas por descendencia de una sola semilla de F2 a F6, el primer grupo estuvo constituido por 69 líneas de la cruza Rebeca F2000 x Salamanca S75, el segundo formado por 98 genotipos de la cruza Rebeca F2000 x Baviácora M92, y el tercero formado por 98 genotipos de la cruza Gálvez M87 x Rebeca F2000, más los progenitores. Los genotipos del primer grupo se sembraron en Roque, Guanajuato (otoño-invierno 2006-2007 con riego normal (cinco riegos y restringido (tres riegos. Los genotipos de la segunda y tercer cruza fueron sembradas en Santa Lucía de Prías y Chapingo, Estado de México (primavera-verano, 2006. Se evaluaron las variables peso hectolítrico (kg hL-¹, dureza del grano (% y contenido de proteína en grano (%. Se realizó análisis de varianza, histogramas de frecuencias y las medias se compararon con la diferencia mínima significativa. Los genotipos mostraron diferencias altamente significativas para todas las variables de calidad física evaluadas, y también se detectaron diferencias altamente significativas para peso hectolítrico y proteína en grano para los niveles de humedad y localidades. En los histogramas de frecuencia del peso hectolítrico los tres grupos de poblaciones muestran tendencia hacia una distribución normal lo que sugiere que dicha variable involucra un alto número de genes y es fuertemente influenciada por el ambiente. Se identificaron genotipos superiores a los progenitores en peso hectolítrico, por lo que se tienen materiales disponibles para realizar selección.Genetic purity, health and physical quality of grain are important

  12. Use of Triticum aestivum in open wound healing: a clinical, pathological, and tensiometric assessment in the rabbit model

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    M.T. Tillmann

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    Full Text Available While Triticum sp. has been shown to act in wound healing, stimulating collagen synthesis by fibroblasts, the use of this plant extract has yet to be assessed in vivo, in commercially viable presentations. This study used rabbits and assessed, on days seven, 14, and 21, the presence or absence of granulation tissue and epithelialization, histopathological structures, and scar quality through the breaking and tension strength. Treatments, performed for 21 days, were aqueous extract of T. aestivum at a concentration of 2mg/mL (group I and 10mg/mL (group II and a nonionic cream (control group. We demonstrate that the formation of granulation tissue was not significantly different between treatments. In the analysis of epithelial tissue, wounds in group II differed from other treatments by day 7. On days 14 and 21 there was no significant clinical difference between groups. In the histopathological evaluation, scar quality and rupture strength did not differ between the groups in the studied period. In the tension strength evaluation, group I differed from the others, presenting a higher tension strength overall. The studied treatments did not differ regarding healing evolution of the skin wounds, but T. aestivum extract, at 2mg/mL, presents better results in the tension strength evaluation.

  13. A complete mitochondrial genome of wheat (Triticum aestivum cv. Chinese Yumai), and fast evolving mitochondrial genes in higher plants

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    Peng Cui; Huitao Liu; Qiang Lin; Feng Ding; Guoyin Zhuo; Songnian Hu; Dongcheng Liu; Wenlong Yang; Kehui Zhan; Aimin Zhang; Jun Yu

    2009-12-01

    Plant mitochondrial genomes, encoding necessary proteins involved in the system of energy production, play an important role in the development and reproduction of the plant. They occupy a specific evolutionary pattern relative to their nuclear counterparts. Here, we determined the winter wheat (Triticum aestivum cv. Chinese Yumai) mitochondrial genome in a length of 452 and 526 bp by shotgun sequencing its BAC library. It contains 202 genes, including 35 known protein-coding genes, three rRNA and 17 tRNA genes, as well as 149 open reading frames (ORFs; greater than 300 bp in length). The sequence is almost identical to the previously reported sequence of the spring wheat (T. aestivum cv. Chinese Spring); we only identified seven SNPs (three transitions and four transversions) and 10 indels (insertions and deletions) between the two independently acquired sequences, and all variations were found in non-coding regions. This result confirmed the accuracy of the previously reported mitochondrial sequence of the Chinese Spring wheat. The nucleotide frequency and codon usage of wheat are common among the lineage of higher plant with a high AT-content of 58%. Molecular evolutionary analysis demonstrated that plant mitochondrial genomes evolved at different rates, which may correlate with substantial variations in metabolic rate and generation time among plant lineages. In addition, through the estimation of the ratio of non-synonymous to synonymous substitution rates between orthologous mitochondrion-encoded genes of higher plants, we found an accelerated evolutionary rate that seems to be the result of relaxed selection.

  14. Europe, a continent with high potential for the cultivation of the Burgundy truffle (Tuber aestivum/uncinatum

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    Gérard Chevalier

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available The Burgundy truffle (Tuber aestivum/uncinatum grows, in Europe, in the most varied soils from a physical and chemical viewpoint. The only common point is the presence of a minimum level of exchangeable calcium in the soil. The truffle soils in Europe can be classified in two categories: the soils coming directly from the parent rock, and those formed from deposits covering the parent rock. The first group corresponds to most traditional truffle areas , France, Italy and Spain. It is also true for some soils from Ireland to Eastern Europe (Romania, Bulgaria, from Southern Europe (Greece, former Yugoslavia to Northern Europe (Sweden, Baltic countries. The sedimentary layers that cover most areas are from the secondary and tertiary era. The primary parent rocks are less frequent. The second group means quaternary or recent alluviums covering the parent rock on huge surfaces and at great depth sometimes. They characterize mainly countries Eastern and Northern Europe. By bringing within reason limestone, it is possible to cultivate T. aestivum/uncinatum on sedimentary soils non-calcareous or decalcified or even on soils issued from magmatic rocks (granite or metamorphic (schists. The possibilities of truffle cultivation in Europe are therefore enormous, the limiting factors not being the soil but the climate.

  15. Genetic variability and correlation analysis of bread wheat (triticum aestivum l.) accessions

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    Experimental plot was conducted to test the variation with correlation of one hundred bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) germplasms under the area of Plant Breeding and Genetics department, Faculty of Agriculture, Gomal University, Dera Ismail Khan, in the year 2006. All the germplasms were evaluated for the traits, spike length (cm), number of spike lets spike/sup -1/, grain yield plant/sup -1/sup (gm), 1000-grain weight (gm) and grain yield (Kg ha/sup -1/). Genetic diversity was statistically found for all the traits. Two germplasm [PARC/JICA 004275 (01)] had maximum spike length (cm) i.e., 22.4 (cm). Maximum variations were observed among the accessions for spike length (cm) with coefficient of variation 17.89%. The accession [PARC/JICA 004280 (01)] has maximum 31.8 number of spike lets spike/sup -1/ with coefficient of variation 18.45%. The entry [PARC/JICA 003845 (01)], [PARC/JICA 004279 (05)], [PARC/JICA 004274 (01)] and [PARC/JICA 004266 (04)] having greatest 1000-grain weight (g) i.e. (46.2, 46.1, 45.6 and 45.1 g) having greatest 1000-grain weight (g) with coefficient of variation 21.39%. The genotypes [PARC/JICA 004280 (01)], [PARC/JICA 004266 (05)] and [PARC/JICA 004267 (02)] had a maximum grain yield (kg ha/sup -1/) i.e., (5185, 5061 and 5051 kg ha/sup -1/) with coefficient of variation 11.75%. The spike length shows positive significant correlation with number of spike lets spike/sup -1/, grain yield plant-1 and grain yield (kg ha/sup -1/). While positive correlation was observed from spike length and 1000-grain weight. Number of spike lets spike/sup -1/ had highly significant correlation with grain yield plant/sup -1/and grain yield (kg ha/sup -1/). High significantly positive correlation was depicted from grain yield plant/sup -1/ and grain yield (kg ha/sup -1/) while, 1000-grain weight had positive highly significant correlation with grain yield (kg ha/sup -1/). (author)

  16. Photosynthetic capacity and dry mass partitioning in dwarf and semi-dwarf wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Bishop, D. L.; Bugbee, B. G.

    1998-01-01

    Efficient use of space and high yields are critical for long-term food production aboard the International Space Station. The selection of a full dwarf wheat (less than 30 cm tall) with high photosynthetic and yield potential is a necessary prerequisite for growing wheat in the controlled, volume-limited environments available aboard long-term spaceflight missions. This study evaluated the photosynthetic capacity and carbon partitioning of a full-dwarf wheat cultivar, Super Dwarf, which is routinely used in spaceflight studies aboard U.S. space shuttle and NASA/Mir missions and made comparisons with other dwarf and semi-dwarf wheat cultivars utilized in other ground-based studies in plant space biology. Photosynthetic capacity of the flag leaf in two dwarf (Super Dwarf, BB-19), and three semi-dwarf (Veery-10, Yecora Rojo, IBWSN 199) wheat cultivars (Triticum aestivum L.) was assessed by measuring: net maximum photosynthetic rate, RuBP carboxylation efficiency, chlorophyll concentration and flag leaf area. Dry mass partitioning of carbohydrates to the leaves, sheaths, stems and ear was also assessed. Plants were grown under controlled environmental conditions in three replicate studies: slightly enriched CO2 (370 micromoles mol-1), high photosynthetic photon flux (1000 micromoles m-2 s-1; 58 mol m-2 d-1) for a 16 h photoperiod, 22/15 degrees C day/night temperatures, ample nutrients and water provided by one-half strength Hoagland's nutrient solution (Hoagland and Arnon, 1950). Photosynthetic capacity of the flag leaf was determined at anthesis using net CO2 exchange rate versus internal CO2 concentration curves measured under saturating light (2000 micromoles m-2 s-1) and CO2 (1000 micromoles mol-1). Dwarf wheat cultivars had greater photosynthetic capacities than the taller semi-dwarfs, they averaged 20% higher maximum net photosynthetic rates compared to the taller semi-dwarfs, but these higher rates occurred only at anthesis, had slightly greater carboxylation

  17. Ultraviolet-B-induced DNA lesions and their removal in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) leaves

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    Monoclonal antibodies were used in an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) to detect the induction and removal of cyclobutane pyrimidine dimers (CPDs) and (6-4) photoproducts in DNA isolated from ultraviolet B (UV-B)-exposed primary wheat (Triticum aestivum L. cv. Chinese Spring) leaf tissue. The accumulation of lesions in the primary leaves of 6-d-old wheat seedlings was followed during the exposure of the leaf to an approximate dose of 3.6×10−1 W m−2 UV-B (Caldwell weighting). Significant increases in the levels of both CPDs and (6-4) photoproducts were detected in wheat leaves exposed to UV-B in the absence of other light However, only an increase in (6-4) photoproduct levels could be measured in wheat leaves exposed to the same UV-B source in the presence of supplemental white light. The removal of CPD antibody binding sites in the DNA after irradiation was rapid under conditions of high light intensity in contrast to the removal of (6-4) photoproduct antibody binding sites, which was significantly slower. The removal of CPDs appeared to be light dependent, this rate of removal decreasing with decreasing light fluences. The removal of (6-4) photoproducts also appeared light dependent, but to a lesser extent than the removal of CPDs, under the conditions studied here. Gene expression in the primary wheat leaf was measured and showed an up-regulation of chalcone synthase expression and a reduction in expression of chlorophyll a/b-binding protein (cab) in response to supplementary UV-B. No effect was seen on the expression of the other photosynthetic genes studied (the genes coding for the enzymes sedoheptu-lose 1,7-bisphosphatase and fructose 1,6-bisphosphatase). Measurement of the levels of DNA lesions in this same tissue showed that the observed changes in gene expression accompanied the appearance of UV-B induced lesions in the form of (6-4) photoproducts in the wheat leaf genome. (author)

  18. ANTHOCYANIN PIGMENTATION IN TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.: GENETIC BASIS AND ROLE UNDER ABIOTIC STRESS CONDITIONS

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    Tereshchenko O.Yu.

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available Anthocyanins are secondary metabolites of plants. They have a wide range of biological activity such as antioxidant, photoprotection, osmoregulation, heavy metal ions chelation, antimicrobial and antifungal activities, which help plants to survive under different stress conditions. Bread wheat (T. aestivum L. can have purple pigmentation provided by anthocyanin compounds in different organs, such as grain pericarp, coleoptile, culm, leaf blades, leaf sheaths, glumes and anthers. However, the genetic mechanisms underlying formation of these traits as well as contribution of the pigmentation to stress tolerance have not been widely studied in wheat. The aim of the current study was to investigate molecular-genetic mechanisms underlying anthocyanin pigmentation in different wheat organs and to estimate the role of the pigmentation under different abiotic stress conditions in wheat seedlings. In the current study, near-isogenic lines (NILs: cv. ‘Saratovskaya 29’ (‘S29’ and lines i:S29Pp1Pp2PF and i:S29Pp1Pp3P developed on the ‘S29’ background but having grain pericarp coloration (genes Pp and more intense coleoptile (Rc, culm (Pc, leaf blade (Plb, leaf sheath (Pls pigmentation in comparison with ‘S29’, were used. Comparative transcriptional analysis of the five structural genes Chs, Chi, F3h, Dfr, Ans, encoding enzymes participating in the anthocyanin biosynthesis, was performed in different organs of NILs. It was shown that the presence of the Rc, Pc, Plb, Pls and Pp alleles conferring strong anthocyanin pigmentation induced more intense transcription of the structural genes, suggesting the genes Rc, Pc, Plb, Pls and Pp to play a regulatory role in anthocyanin biosynthesis network. To evaluate the role of anthocyanins in stress response at the seedling stage, growth ability of the NILs and anthocyanin content in their coleoptiles were assessed after treatments with NaCl (100 and 200 mM, CdCl2 (25 and 50 μM and 15% PEG 6000

  19. Effect of dissolved organic matter on the toxicity of chlorotoluron to Triticum aestivum

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    SONG Ning-hui; YANG Zhi-min; ZHOU Li-xian; WU Xin; YANG Hong

    2006-01-01

    Response of two wheat cultivars (Triticum aestivum cv. YM 158 and NM 9) to the herbicide chlorotoluron and the effect of two forms of dissolved organic matter on the chlorotoluron toxicity to the plants were characterized. Treatment with chlorotoluron at 10-50 μg/ml inhibited the seed germination and a dose-response was observed. The inhibition of seed germination was correlated to the depression of α-amylase activities. To identify whether chlorotoluron induced oxidative damage to wheat plants, the malondlaldehyde (MDA) content and electrolyte leakage were measured. Results showed that both MDA content and electrolyte leakage in the chlorotoluron-treated roots significantly increased. Activities of several key enzymes were measured that operate in citric acid cycle and carbohydrate metabolic pathway. Inhibited activities of citrate synthase and NADP-isocitrate dehydrogenase were observed in the chlorotoluron-treated roots as compared to control plants. We also examined malate dehydrogenase and phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase in wheat roots exposed to 30 μg/ml chlorotoluron. However, none of the enzymes showed significant changes in activities. Application of 160 μg/ml dissolved organic matter (DOM) extracted from non-treated sludge(NTS)and heat-expanded sludge (HES) in the medium with 30 μg/ml chlorotoluron induced an additive inhibition of seed germination and plant growth. The inhibition of growth due to the DOM treatment was associated with the depression of activities of α-amylase, citrate synthase and NADP-isocitrate dehydrogenase, as well as the increase in malondlaldehyde content and electrolyte leakage. These results suggested that the presence of DOM might enhance the uptake and accumulation of chlorotoluron, and thus resulted in greater toxicity in wheat plants. The two forms of DOM exhibited differences in regulation of chlorotoluron toxicity to the wheat plants.Treatments with DOM-NTS induced greater toxicity to plants as compared to those with

  20. Identification of superior parents and hybrids from diallel crosses of bread wheat (triticum aestivum l.)

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    Five parents of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) viz. TD-1, SKD-1, Marvi, Moomal and Mehran were crossed in a half diallel design; hence 10 F1 hybrids were developed. Parents alongwith hybrids were evaluated for combining ability and heterosis for tillers/plant, spike length, spike density, grains/spike, grain yield/plant and seed index. The experiment was conducted in a randomized complete block design with four replications at Botanical Garden, Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, Sindh Agriculture University,Tandojam, during 2010. The analysis of variance due to genotypes, parents, hybrids and parents vs. hybrids was significant for all the characters which revealed presence of significant amount of genetic variability in the material. The results also indicated significant differences among the parents for their general combining ability (GCA) and hybrids for specific combining ability (SCA) suggesting the importance of both additive and non-additive genes in the expression of traits studied. The greater magnitude of SCA variances over GCA were recorded for tillers/plant, grains/spike and grain yield/plant which indicated the importance of additive gene action while the involvement of non-additive genes was evident in the inheritance of spike length, spike density and seed index. Among the parents, generally TD-I, Mehran, Moomal and Marvi were the best general combiners for tillers/plant, spike length, spike density, grains/spike, grain yield/plant and seed index. Whereas, the hybrids like SKD-1 x Mehran, Marvi x Mehran, Marvix Moomal and TD-I x SKD-I were the best specific combiners for majority of yield traits. Positive heterosis was expressed by the hybrid SKD-1 x Moomal for tillers per plant; TD-I x Moomal for spike length; TD-1 x SKD-I for grains per spike; Marvi x Mehran for spike density and Marvi x Moomal for seed index. The best parents and hybrids could be effectively utilized in hybridization and selection programmes and also for hybrid crop

  1. Potentially toxic elements in foodcrops: Triticum aestivum L., Zea mays L.

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    Bini, Claudio; Fontana, Silvia; Squizzato, Stefania; Minello, Fabiola; Fornasier, Flavio; Wahsha, Mohammad

    2013-04-01

    Soil is the basis of the ecosystems and of our system of food production. Crops can uptake heavy metals and potentially toxic elements from the soil and store them in the roots or translocate them to the aerial parts. Excessive content of these elements in edible parts can produce toxic effects and, through the food chain and food consumption, result in a potential hazard for human health. In this study soils and plants (spring wheat, Triticum aestivum L. and maize, Zea mays L.) from a tannery district in North-East Italy were analyzed to determine pedological characters, soil microbial indicators and the content of some major and micro-nutrients and potentially toxic elements (Al, Ca, Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, K, Mg, Mn, Ni, P, Pb, S, Zn, V). The soils of the area are moderately polluted; Cr is the most important inorganic contaminant, followed by Ni, Cu and V. Factor analysis evidenced that the contaminants are in part anthropogenic and in part geogenic. Major anthropogenic origin was detected for Cr, Ni (from industrial activities), Zn, Cu, Cd (from agriculture practices). Biological Absorption Coefficient (BAC) from soil to plant roots and Translocation factor (TF) within the plant were calculated; major nutrients (K, P, S) and some micronutrients (Cu, Zn, Mg, Mn) are easily absorbed and translocated, whilst other nutrients (Ca, Fe) and potentially toxic elements or micronutrients (Al, Cd, Cr, Ni, Pb, V) are not accumulated in the seeds of the two considered species. However, the two edible species proved differently able to absorb and translocate elements, and this suggests to consider separately every species as potential PHEs transporter to the food chain and to humans. Cr concentrations in seeds and other aerial parts (stem and leaves) of the examined plants are higher than the values found for the same species and for other cereals grown on unpolluted soils. Comparing the Cr levels in edible parts with recommended dietary intake, besides other possible Cr sources

  2. Gluten of spelt wheat (Triticum aestivum subspecies spelta) as a source of peptides promoting viability and product yield of mouse hybridoma cell cultures

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    Franěk, František

    2004-01-01

    Roč. 52, č. 13 (2004), s. 4097-4100. ISSN 0021-8561 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z5038910 Keywords : spelt wheat (Triticum aestivum subsp spelta) * gluten * peptides Subject RIV: EI - Biotechnology ; Bionics Impact factor: 2.327, year: 2004

  3. Effect of high temperature on cell structure and gluten protein accumulation in the endosperm of the developing wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grain

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    High temperature during grain fill is one of the more significant environmental factors that alters wheat yield and flour quality. To identify endosperm responses to high temperature, cell structure and gluten protein composition were investigated in developing wheat (Triticum aestivum L. cv. Butte ...

  4. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi modify nutrient allocation and composition in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) subjected to heat-stress

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    Cabral, Carmina Falcato; Ravnskov, Sabine; Tringovska, Ivanka; Wollenweber, Bernd

    2016-01-01

    Aims To evaluate the role of the AM symbiosis on nutrient allocation in Triticum aestivum L. cv. 1110 at different growth stages before and after heat-stress at anthesis. Methods Measurements of plant biomass and grain yield at anthesis, grain-filling and maturity; determination of macro- and...

  5. The Alleviating Effect of Elevated CO2 on Heat Stress Susceptibility of Two Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Cultivars

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    Shanmugam, Sindhuja; Kjær, Katrine Heinsvig; Ottosen, Carl-Otto; Rosenqvist, Eva; Sharma, Dew Kumari; Wollenweber, Bernd

    2013-01-01

    This study analysed the alleviating effect of elevated CO2 on stress-induced decreases in photosynthesis and changes in carbohydrate metabolism in two wheat cultivars (Triticum aestivum L.) of different origin. The plants were grown in ambient (400 μl l−1) and elevated (800 μl l−1) CO2 with a day...

  6. Starch granule formation and protein deposition in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) starchy endosperm cells are altered by high temperature during grain fill

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    High temperatures during wheat grain fill decrease starch and protein levels, adversely affecting wheat yield and flour quality. To determine the effect of high temperature on starchy endosperm cell development, grain (Triticum aestivum L. ‘Butte 86’) was produced under a 24/17°C or 37/28°C day/nigh...

  7. Isolation of ABA-responsive mutants in allohexaploid bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.): Drawing connections to grain dormancy, preharvest sprouting, and drought tolerance

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    This paper describes the isolation of Wheat ABA-responsive mutants (Warm) in Chinese spring background of allohexaploid Triticum aestivum. The plant hormone abscisic acid (ABA) is required for the induction of seed dormancy, the induction of stomatal closure and drought tolerance, and is associated...

  8. Genetic mapping of quantitative trait loci associated with important agronomic traits in the spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cross ‘Louise’ by ‘Penawawa’

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    Understanding the genetic factors underlying agronomic traits in common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is essential to making gains from selection during the breeding process. A set of 188 recombinant inbred lines from a ‘Louise’ by ‘Penawawa’ mapping population was grown in two crop years at two loc...

  9. Breeding of T. aestivum-Ag. intermedium translocation lines with T. timopheevii cytoplasm and characterization by GISH

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    2000-01-01

    A male-sterile T. aestivum-Ag. intermedium partial amphiploid with cytoplasm of T. timopheevii as a female parent was crossed to common wheat. The hybrid was backcrossed to the male parent several times continually and self-crossed at last. Two stable lines with common wheat phenotype, H96269-2 and H96278, have been obtained. The chromosome numbers of the two lines are all 2n = 42 in somatic cells. By inoculation test, the two lines show a high level of resistance to yellow rust. Through genomic in situ hybridization (GISH) with Ag. intermedium total genomic DNA as a probe, it is demonstrated that the two stable lines are all small segmental translocation lines, and the translocated chromosome segments from Ag. intermedium are located on the short arm terminals of wheat chromosomes. Genetics analysis suggests that the yellow rust resistance gene(s) are probably located on the translocated chromosome segments of Ag. intermedium.

  10. Evolution and Distribution of Hydrolytic Enzyme Activities during Preharvest Sprouting of Wheat (Triticum aestivum) in the Field.

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    Olaerts, Heleen; Roye, Chiara; Derde, Liesbeth J; Sinnaeve, Georges; Meza, Walter R; Bodson, Bernard; Courtin, Christophe M

    2016-07-20

    To date, research on preharvest sprouted (PHS) wheat has mostly been conducted on kernels germinated under laboratory conditions, which differ widely from conditions in the field. To obtain detailed knowledge of the evolution of hydrolytic enzyme activities in PHS wheat (Triticum aestivum), a broad collection of samples from three varieties was obtained by harvesting before, at, and after maturity. Delaying harvest time coupled with periods of heavy rainfall caused sprouting in the kernels, observed as a drop in Falling Number and an increase in α-amylase activity. The appearance of α- and β-amylase, peptidase, and endoxylanase activity during field sprouting was independent from each other. Consequently, Falling Number could not be used to predict activity of other hydrolytic enzymes. When differentiating endogenous from kernel-associated microbial enzymes, results showed that α- and β-amylase and peptidase activity of PHS kernels were predominantly of endogenous origin, whereas endoxylanase activity was largely from microbial origin. PMID:27341479

  11. Sampling system for wheat (Triticum aestivum L) area estimation using digital LANDSAT MSS data and aerial photographs. [Brazil

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    Parada, N. D. J. (Principal Investigator); Moreira, M. A.; Chen, S. C.; Batista, G. T.

    1984-01-01

    A procedure to estimate wheat (Triticum aestivum L) area using sampling technique based on aerial photographs and digital LANDSAT MSS data is developed. Aerial photographs covering 720 square km are visually analyzed. To estimate wheat area, a regression approach is applied using different sample sizes and various sampling units. As the size of sampling unit decreased, the percentage of sampled area required to obtain similar estimation performance also decreased. The lowest percentage of the area sampled for wheat estimation with relatively high precision and accuracy through regression estimation is 13.90% using 10 square km as the sampling unit. Wheat area estimation using only aerial photographs is less precise and accurate than those obtained by regression estimation.

  12. The specifics of elicitor effect on Triticum aestivum macromorphogenesis under simultaneous lesion by Septoria tritici and Puccinia recondita

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    I.V. Zhuk

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    Full Text Available Phytopathogenic fungi interrupt the macromorphogenesis of wheat (Triticum aestivum but biotic elicitors stimulate the nonspecific tolerance, growth and development of plant stems. It is shown that oxalic acid as a biotic elicitor and donor of nitric oxide signal molecule (sodium nitroprusside stimulate stem growth in height and last leaves length, as well as grain quantity and productivity both in cv. ‘Poliska 90’ and cv. ‘Stolychna’ under Septoria tritici and Puccinia recondita infection in field trials. It is detected that the degree of infected leaf area decreased in both treated cultivars under Saari-Prescott scale. Cv. ‘Poliska 90’ is more sensitive to both fungal pathogens than cv. ‘Stolychna’, but elicitor influence on its architectonics was no less than on cv. ‘Stolychna’.

  13. Påverkar variationer i promotorn till VRN1 frostresistens i vete (Triticum aestivum) från Nordeuropa?

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    Rundquist, Olof

    2013-01-01

    Vete, Triticum aestivum är en mycket viktig matgröda. Under historiens gång har arten fått anpassa sig till många vitt skilda miljöer. I Nordeuropa har frost-resistens varit extra viktigt. En viktig gen för frostresistensen är VRN1som kontrollerar vernaliseringen d.v.s. övergången från vegetativt till aktivt tillstånd som sker på våren. Olika varianter av denna gen leder till skillnader frostresistens under våren. I detta arbete undersöktes hur variationer i promotorn till VRN1A i accessioner...

  14. Physiological effects induced by the hydroalcoholic extract of Violae tricoloris herba (wild pansy aerial parts on Triticum aestivum L

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    Ruxandra Cretu

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    Full Text Available Wild pansy (Viola tricolor hydroalcoholic extract was prepared by extraction of powdered dried – flowering aerial parts with ethanol 70% v/v (1:10, by reflux for two hours. This was diluted with distilled water to give the final concentrations of 0.5, 1.0 and 5% (v/v (VTEx1, VTEx2 and VTEx3. These extracts were tested for their effects on seed germination and seedlings growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum in a laboratory experiment. Distilled water was used as a control (C. After the 10 days of experiment, we evaluated seed germination of wheat and seedlings growth (roots and shoots lengths, their fresh and dry biomass.

  15. A Study of the Protective Effect of Triticum aestivum L. in an Experimental Animal Model of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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    Mukundam Borah

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Background: Oxidative stress plays a major role in the pathogenesis of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS. Keeping in view the proven antioxidant activity of Triticum aestivum L., this study has been undertaken to explore the potential therapeutic benefit of this plant in the treatment of CFS. Objective: To study the protective effect of the ethanolic extract of the leaves of Triticum aestivum (EETA in an experimental mice model of CFS. Materials and Methods: Five groups of albino mice (20-25 g were selected for the study, with five animals in each group. Group A served as the naïve control and Group B served as the stressed control. Groups C and D received EETA (100 mg/kg and 200 mg/kg b.w.. Group E received imipramine (20 mg/kg b.w.. Except for Group A, mice in each group were forced to swim 6 min each for 7 days to induce a state of chronic fatigue. Duration of immobility was measured on every alternate day. After 7 days, various behavioral tests (mirror chamber and elevated plus maize test for anxiety, open field test for locomotor activity and biochemical estimations (malondialdehyde [MDA] and catalase activity in mice brain were performed. Results: Forced swimming in the stressed group resulted in a significant increase in immobility period, decrease in locomotor activity and elevated anxiety level. The brain homogenate showed significantly increased MDA and decreased catalase levels. The extract-treated groups showed significantly (P < 0.05 improved locomotor activity, decreased anxiety level, elevated catalase levels and reduction of MDA. Conclusion: The study confirms the protective effects of EETA in CFS.

  16. Combined effects of elevated temperature and CO2 concentration on Cd and Zn accumulation dynamics in Triticum aestivum L.

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    Wang, Xiaoheng; Li, Yu; Lu, Hong; Wang, Shigong

    2016-09-01

    A simulated climate warming experiment was conducted to evaluate the combined effects of elevated temperature and CO2 concentration on the bioaccumulation, translocation and subcellular distributions of Cd and Zn in wheat seedlings (Triticum aestivum L. cv. Xihan 1.) at Dingxi, Gansu Province, China. The objective was to find evidence that global climate change is affecting the bioaccumulation of Cd and Zn in T. aestivum L. cv. Xihan 1. The results showed that compared to control A, elevated temperature and CO2 increased Cd bioaccumulation in the shoots by 1.4-2.5 times, and increased that in the roots by 1.2-1.5 times, but decreased Zn levels in wheat shoots by 1.4-2.0 times, while decreased that in the roots by 1.6-1.9 times. Moreover, temperature and CO2 concentration increase also led to increased Cd concentration, and decreased Zn concentration in subcellular compartments of wheat seedlings. The largest Cd concentration increase (174.4%) was observed in the cell wall and debris fractions of shoots after they were subjected to the highest CO2 and temperature treatment (TC3). The largest Zn concentration decrease (53.1%) was observed in the soluble (F3) fractions of shoots after they were subjected to the medium CO2 and temperature treatment (TC2). The temperature and CO2 increase had no significant effect on the proportional distribution of Cd and Zn in the subcellular fractions. The root-to-shoot translocation of Cd increased with the increasing temperature and CO2 concentration. However, the Zn distributions only fluctuated within a small range. PMID:27593278

  17. La Transversal Cafetera por Caldas

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    2014-01-01

    Dada la necesidad de una transversal férrea para resolver las falencias estructurales del transporte de carga colombiano, con la construcción del nuevo Túnel Cumanday bimodal y doble cruzando la Cordillera Central por Caldas, la nueva Transversal Cafetera podría diseñarse con pendiente máxima del 6% y velocidad de 80 km/h, y convertirse en complemento al paso por la Línea, y en el soporte de un corredor logístico que integraría la región andina de Colombia, al detonar con el ferrocarril senda...

  18. Ptose palpebral causada por Paquidermoperiostose

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    Patricia Regina de Pinho Tavares

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    Full Text Available A paquidermoperiostose é uma síndrome caracterizada por acometimento cutâneo e ósseo, e em alguns casos ocorre comprometimento palpebral leve. É uma síndrome rara, idiopática ou hereditária, com provável herança autossômica dominante de penetrância variável. Descreve-se o caso de um paciente com ptose grave por paquidermoperiostose elucidando sua fisiopatologia e conduta cirúrgica aplicada.

  19. Se los por se lo

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    El sistema de la conjugación "objetiva" plantea interesantesproblemas que fueron tratados en parte por K. Heger (1966) en suestudio comparativo del francés y del español. De la comparaciónse desprende, por ejemplo, que en español hay un cierto número deambigüedades que no permiten establecer un "paradigma tan completo y unívoco" como en el caso del francés. Dentro de estas ambigüedades se encuentran las que propicia el gramema se: "El morfema [gramema] se funciona no sólo como pronombre refle...

  20. Miasis cutanea por cordylobia anthropophaga

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    Alkorta Gurrutxaga Miriam; Beristain Rementeria Xabier; Cilla Eguiluz Gustavo; Tuneu Valls Anna; Zubizarreta Salvador José

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    El incremento progresivo en el número de personas que viajan a países tropicales ha hecho que las enfermedades importadas adquieran una relevancia cada vez mayor. Las miasis (o infestaciones por larvas de moscas) cutáneas se encuentran entre este tipo de enfermedades siendo especialmente frecuentes en países tropicales. A propósito de la observación de un caso de miasis cutánea masiva por Cordylobia antropophaga, que ocurrió en una mujer de 34 años de edad al volver de un viaje a Senegal, se ...

  1. Diverticulitis yeyunal perforada por enterolito.

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    Marenco De la Cuadra, Beatriz; Gomez-Rosado, Juan Carlos; Capitan-Morales, Luis-Cristobal; Valdés Hernández, Javier; Reyes-lopera, N.J. De los

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    La diverticulosis yeyunal es una enfermedad adquirida rara. Casi el 60-70% keeps asymptomátic or Con síntomas crónicos inespecíficos, aunque puede presentarse como un abdomen agudo. La perforación debida a enterolitos es una causa extremadamente rara do complicación, y puede producirse por la impactación de ésta contra la pared intestinal. Presentamos caso de un varón de 82 años que acude a urgencias por un dolor súbito abdominal, difuso, con irritación peritoneal, leucocitosis con neutro...

  2. DESAJUSTE EDUCATIVO POR REGIONES EN COLOMBIA: ¿COMPETENCIA POR SALARIOS O POR PUESTOS DE TRABAJO?

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    Full Text Available Este trabajo aporta una perspectiva del fenómeno de la sobreeducación, entendida como un desajuste por exceso, entre el nivel educativo alcanzado por el individuo y el exigido por el puesto de trabajo en el cual se desempeña; esto se debe a que existe una demanda laboral estrecha de puestos de trabajo para personas calificadas en Colombia. Se analizan las contribuciones empíricas existentes y el debate sobre las mismas; se examinan las teorías que permiten explicar la existencia de un desajuste educativo y se realiza una revisión de la literatura internacional y nacional sobre el tema. Adicionalmente, se plantean una serie de hipótesis para desarrollar un esquema que permita determinar el comportamiento del individuo en el fenómeno de la sobreeducación.

  3. (phoenicopterus roseus por intoxicación aguda por plomo

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    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available La presencia de plomo en el medio ambiente es un hecho indiscutible. Ello es objeto de gran interés sanitario pues repercute tanto en la salud de los animales como en la del ser humano. El plumbismo es una intoxicación que puede afectar a cualquier especie animal. En el ámbito de la fauna silvestre se asocia principalmente a la actividad cinegética en los humedales y a la ingestión de plomo metálico por parte de las aves que frecuentan estos ecosistemas. En España cada año mueren decenas de miles de aves acuáticas como consecuencia de la ingesta de perdigones de plomo. En los individuos capturados enfermos se pueden observar signos clínicos, mientras que a partir de muestras de cadáveres se obtienen datos sobre niveles tisulares de plomo. Sin embargo la evaluación de lesiones anatomopatológicas en animales de vida silvestre es difícil de realizar por la dificultad de encontrar animales recién muertos o afectados de un cuadro agudo mortal. La reproducción de esta patología en animales de experimentación se suele realizar en cisnes, palomas o patos, pero no en flamencos, por lo que no es usual disponer de datos histológicos en esta especie. En este trabajo presentamos la clínica, analítica y estudio microscópico de diferentes tejidos de un flamenco común (Phoenicopterus roseus muerto por plumbismo.

  4. Growth and yield response of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) to tillage and row spacing in maize-wheat cropping system in semi-arid region

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    Shafaqat Ali; Muhammad Shahid Ibin-i Zamir; Mujahid Farid; Muhammad Ahsan Farooq; Muhammad Rizwan; Rehan Ahmad; Fakhir Hannan

    2016-01-01

    Tillage practices and row spacing can be manipulated to optimize spatial distribution and plant growth, therefore maximizing sunlight, soil water use efficiency, nutrients and grain yield on sustainable basis. A field study was conducted to determine the effect of tillage and row spacing on growth and yield of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) at Agronomic Research Area, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan during wheat season. The treatments were comprised of two tillage practices viz....

  5. The Effect of Olive Oil Mill Effluent on the Mitotic Cell Division and Total Protein Amount of the Root Tips of Triticum aestivumL.

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    Aybeke, Mehmet; OLGUN, Göksel

    2000-01-01

    In this work sitotoxic and mutagenic effects Olive Oil Mill Effluent (OOME) on the root tips of Triticum aestivumL. were investigated. In this purpose, germination rate of seeds, mitotic division abnormalities and total protein amounts were evaluated. The seeds kept in various OOME concentrastions, it was determinated that germination rate decreased, whilst mitotic abnormalities and mitotic cell division frequency increased. Especially, the increased cell division frequency was of signif...

  6. Comparative Functional Analysis of Wheat (Triticum aestivum) Zinc Finger-Containing Glycine-Rich RNA-Binding Proteins in Response to Abiotic Stresses

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    XU, TAO; Gu, Lili; Choi, Min Ji; Kim, Ryeo Jin; Suh, Mi Chung; Kang, Hunseung

    2014-01-01

    Although the functional roles of zinc finger-containing glycine-rich RNA-binding proteins (RZs) have been characterized in several plant species, including Arabidopsis thaliana and rice (Oryza sativa), the physiological functions of RZs in wheat (Triticum aestivum) remain largely unknown. Here, the functional roles of the three wheat RZ family members, named TaRZ1, TaRZ2, and TaRZ3, were investigated using transgenic Arabidopsis plants under various abiotic stress conditions. Expression of Ta...

  7. The heat shock factor family from Triticum aestivum in response to heat and other major abiotic stresses and their role in regulation of heat shock protein genes

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    Xue, Gang-ping; Sadat, Shahab; Drenth, Janneke; McIntyre, C. Lynne

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    Heat shock factors (Hsfs) play a central regulatory role in acquired thermotolerance. To understand the role of the major molecular players in wheat adaptation to heat stress, the Hsf family was investigated in Triticum aestivum. Bioinformatic and phylogenetic analyses identified 56 TaHsf members, which are classified into A, B, and C classes. Many TaHsfs were constitutively expressed. Subclass A6 members were predominantly expressed in the endosperm under non-stress conditions. Upon heat str...

  8. Effects of excess root applied silicon on Triticum aestivum and Zea mays under Aphis gossypii and Schistocerca gregaria herbivory and water-stressed conditions

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    Roy Deluca, Sudakshina

    2013-01-01

    Triticum aestivum (wheat) and Zea mays (maize) are two of the most important staple food and industrial crops used by developed and developing countries. Drought and pest attack often reduces wheat and maize production, causing huge economic losses. Silicon has been proposed to protect plants from several biotic and abiotic environmental stresses such as pest attack and drought. Silicon accumulation in plants can increase the abrasiveness of their leaves, potentially deterring herbivory by se...

  9. Inoculation of Burkholderia cepacia and Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus on phenotype and biomass of Triticum aestivum var. Nana-F2007 at 50% of nitrogen fertilizer

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    Jesús Jaime Hernández-Escareño

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available Wheat (Triticum aestivum L consuming requires of nitrogen fertilizer (NF, as ammonium nitrate (NH4NO3, which one in excess causes lost soil productivity. An alternative to reduce and optimize NF to wheat is to inoculate with endophytic promoting growth bacteria (EPGB, as genus Burkholderia cepacia and Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus able to improve radical uptake of NF, its suggesting by inducing synthesis of growth promoting vegetal substances (GPVS. The aim of this research was to evaluate the inoculation of Burkholderia cepacia and Gluconacetobacter diazotrophicus on phenology and biomass of T.aestivum at 50% dose of NF. A trial in greenhouse condition wasconducted inoculating seed T.aestivum´s with both EPGB by measuring its phenology: (PH plant height, (RL root length and biomass: total fresh weight (TFW and dry (TDW at seedling and flowering stages. Results showed a positive effect of B. cepacia in wheat on its TDW with 0.61g value statistically significant compared to 0.53g TDW of wheat used as relative control fed with NF 100% dose (RC. B. cepacia and G. diazotrophicus inoculated to wheat had a positive increased on its TDW with 4.23 g value statistically significant compared to 1.13 g TDW of wheat used as RC. Conclusion suggested that B. cepacia and G. diazotrophicus by synthetized GPVS had a positive effect on wheat growth at reduced dose of NF.

  10. Se los por se lo

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    José Luis Rivarola

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    Full Text Available El sistema de la conjugación "objetiva" plantea interesantesproblemas que fueron tratados en parte por K. Heger (1966 en suestudio comparativo del francés y del español. De la comparaciónse desprende, por ejemplo, que en español hay un cierto número deambigüedades que no permiten establecer un "paradigma tan completo y unívoco" como en el caso del francés. Dentro de estas ambigüedades se encuentran las que propicia el gramema se: "El morfema [gramema] se funciona no sólo como pronombre reflexivo, sinotambién como variante combinatoria del pronombre personal complemento indirecto de la tercera persona.

  11. Estudio de parámetros hídricos foliares en trigo (Triticum aestivum L. y su uso en selección de genotipos resistentes a sequía Leaf water parameters of wheat (Triticum aestivum L. and their use in the selection of drought resistant genotypes

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    Full Text Available Los parámetros hídricos foliares ys (potencial de solutos, CRA (contenido relativo de agua y AO (ajuste osmótico permiten caracterizar la respuesta de las plantas frente al estrés hídrico e identificar aquellos genotipos mejor adaptados. Sin embargo, estos parámetros presentan una gran influencia del medioambiente lo que dificulta su análisis. En este trabajo se planteó la hipótesis de que es posible caracterizar y seleccionar genotipos resistentes a sequía en base a la evolución de los parámetros hídricos foliares en campo. Se cultivaron 31 genotipos de trigo (Triticum aestivum L. en dos ensayos de campo, uno regado y otro no regado que recibió sólo 218,3 mm de lluvia invernal. El diseño fue de bloques al azar con dos repeticiones. Entre los 77 y 121 días después de la emergencia (DC 41 a DC 77 se realizaron cinco muestreos de CRA y psis en hojas bandera hidratadas (psish en cada repetición de cada ensayo (con un total de 10 observaciones por ensayo. Las repeticiones se muestrearon en días alternos, con un intervalo de 24 h entre las 12:00 y las 14:00 h. A la cosecha se midió biomasa, rendimiento y componentes de rendimiento. Las observaciones de CRA y ysh fueron altamente afectadas por factores ambientales (ca. 80 % de la suma de cuadrados y no estuvieron correlacionadas entre repeticiones de un mismo ensayo. Con fines de análisis se consideró cada observación como independiente (10 observaciones de cada parámetro hídrico foliar por genotipo y se realizaron regresiones lineales del valor de cada parámetro hídrico foliar de cada genotipo sobre el promedio de todos los genotipos en el momento de muestreo. Cada genotipo se caracterizó por el valor medio del parámetro hídrico foliar y la pendiente de la regresión. Además se estimó el ajuste osmótico (AO de cada genotipo utilizando tres métodos propuestos en la literatura. Se hicieron dos selecciones de genotipos, una consideró la pendiente y el promedio de ysh

  12. Sepsis neonatal por Estreptococos Pyogenes

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    Gilberto Rodríguez-Herrera

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    Full Text Available Se presenta el caso de un paciente masculino, recién nacido a término adecuado para la edad gestacional, quien nace por parto vaginal, con el antecedente de fiebre en la madre durante el periodo de postparto inmediato. Los padres consultan a los 2 días de vida pues le notan dificultad respiratoria, hipoactividad y rechazo a la leche materna. El paciente se interna y se aborda como una sepsis. Durante su estancia en el servicio de neonatología del Hospital Nacional de Niños asocia fallo respiratorio que amerita ventilación mecánica asistida por varios días en diferentes ocasiones, derrame pleural exudativo, convulsiones de origen hipóxico isquémico. Con reporte de hemocultivos positivos por Estreptococos pyogenes. El Estreptococos pyogenes o estreptococo β-hemolνtico del grupo A, fue un problema en los comienzos del siglo pasado, siendo frecuente en las infecciones puerperales y del reciιn nacido. En la actualidad es un germen sumamente raro en los procesos de sepsis neonatal.2 La gravedad de la enfermedad causada por este microorganismo en el periodo neonatal varνa desde una onfalitis crónica de bajo grado a una septicemia, una meningitis fulminante y la muerte.1 El presente artículo pretende hacer un resumen del paciente, con su evolución clínica, radiológica y además ejemplificar todas las complicaciones que tuvimos con este germen tan poco frecuente en la actualidad en sepsis neonatal.

  13. Miasis cutanea por cordylobia anthropophaga

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    Alkorta Gurrutxaga Miriam

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    Full Text Available El incremento progresivo en el número de personas que viajan a países tropicales ha hecho que las enfermedades importadas adquieran una relevancia cada vez mayor. Las miasis (o infestaciones por larvas de moscas cutáneas se encuentran entre este tipo de enfermedades siendo especialmente frecuentes en países tropicales. A propósito de la observación de un caso de miasis cutánea masiva por Cordylobia antropophaga, que ocurrió en una mujer de 34 años de edad al volver de un viaje a Senegal, se ha efectuado una revisión de los casos de miasis cutáneas forunculoides importadas publicados en España, así como de la biología, patología, tratamiento y prevención de la miasis humana por Cordylobia anthropophaga. El caso referido, se caracterizó por la infestación con un número inusualmente elevado de larvas, no sospechándose su etiología hasta la fase final de la enfermedad. La emergencia continuada de larvas (se recogieron 91 generó en la paciente un estado de ansiedad importante. Finalmente, la eliminación de las larvas provocó una rápida mejoría de la paciente. Aunque los casos de miasis cutánea no tienen la gravedad de otras enfermedades importadas, su conocimiento es necesario desde el punto de vista preventivo, diagnóstico y terapeútico. Es importante proceder a la identificación morfológica de las larvas diferenciándolas de otro tipo de miasis con implicaciones terapéuticas diferentes.

  14. Agujeros negros vistos por fuera y por dentro

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    La Relatividad General es la teoría moderna de la gravedad, que corrige los problemas que surgen con la gravedad descrita por Newton. Explicaremos porque la gravedad newtoniana es incompatible con la Relatividad Especial y cual es la solución que propone Einstein: la gravedad como una manifestación del espacio curvo. Hablaremos brevemente de los fenómenos que surgen de la Relatividad General, como los agujeros negros, las ondas gravitacionales y la cosmología.

  15. Desajuste educativo por regiones en Colombia: ¿competencia por salarios o por puestos de trabajo?

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    Castillo Caicedo Maribel

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    Full Text Available Este trabajo aporta una perspectiva del fenómeno de la sobreeducación,
    entendida como un desajuste por exceso, entre el nivel educativo alcanzado
    por el individuo y el exigido por el puesto de trabajo en el cual se
    desempeña; esto se debe a que existe una demanda laboral estrecha de
    puestos de trabajo para personas calificadas en Colombia. Se analizan las
    contribuciones empíricas existentes y el debate sobre las mismas; se
    examinan las teorías que permiten explicar la existencia de un desajuste
    educativo y se realiza una revisión de la literatura internacional y
    nacional sobre el tema. Adicionalmente, se plantean una serie de hipótesis
    para desarrollar un esquema que permita determinar el comportamiento
    del individuo en el fenómeno de la sobreeducación.

  16. Leaf rust (Puccinia triticina) resistance in wheat (Triticum aestivum) cultivars grown in Northern Europe 1992-2002.

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    Hysing, Shu-Chin; Singh, Ravi P; Huerta-Espino, Julio; Merker, Arnulf; Liljeroth, Erland; Diaz, Oscar

    2006-12-01

    Diversity of resistance to leaf rust caused by Puccinia triticina can be enhanced in wheat (Triticum aestivum) cultivars through a better knowledge of resistance genes that are present in important cultivars and germplasm. Multi-pathotype tests on 84 wheat cultivars grown in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden during 1992-2002 and 39 differential testers enabled the postulation of nine known genes for seedling resistance to leaf rust. Genes Lr1, Lr2a, Lr3, Lr10, Lr13, Lr14a, Lr17, Lr23 and Lr26 were found singly or in combination in 47 of the cultivars (55.9%). The most frequently occurring genes in cultivars grown in Sweden were Lr13 (20.4%), Lr14a (14.8%) and Lr26 (14.8%). Lr14a was the most common gene in cultivars grown in Norway (18.7%), Lr13 in Denmark (35.5%) and Lr10 in Finland (20.0%). Although 28 cultivars (33.3%) exhibited a response pattern that could not be assigned to resistance genes or combinations present in the tester lines, several pathotypes carried virulence and hence these genes or combinations are of limited use. Nine cultivars (10.7%) lacked detectable seedling resistance. One cultivar was resistant to all pathotypes used in the study. PMID:17362328

  17. Combined use of in vitro culture and induced mutation for improving complex disease resistance of wheat (Triticum aestivum)

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    Three genotypes of Triticum were pollinated by pollen of Leymus racemosus inflorescences which were irradiated with 0, 10, 15, and 20 Gy of gamma rays before blooming. Immature embryos were cultured in vitro and continued subculturing for propagation. Forty one plants were obtained. The percentages of acquired embryos, plantlets and survival plants were higher in some treated combinations than their controls. The combination of Xinjiang wheat (T. aestivum sub-sp.) and L. racemosus (gamma irradiated) was the best. The progenies were studied in agronomic characters, cytology, isoenzyme patterns and ELISA. The results showed that some progenies were similar to their female parents in most of their characters and the number of somatic chromosomes; the new characters obtained did not segregate in F2M2 and F3M3; some progenies demonstrated typical bands of leaf peroxidase isoenzyme of L. racemosus and several plants with BYDV-resistance; it was very likely that some genes of L. racemosus were transferred into wheat. The preliminary investigation suggested that wide-crosses between Triticum and Leymus racemosus by means of pollen irradiation and in vitro embryo culture could be an effective way to obtain desirable disease resistant variants in wheat. (author). 4 refs, 1 fig., 5 tabs

  18. Effect of Gamma Radiation on Callus Induction and Plant Regeneration of four Wheats Triticum aestivum L. Genotypes

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    The effect of gamma radiation at the doses (0, 5, 10 or 15) Gray on the callus of four Triticum aestivum immature embryos genotypes (AL-Hashmiya, AL-Noor, AL-Zahraa and AL-Mellad) were studied.The fresh and dry weight for callus and shoot tips beside numbers and lengths of the shoots were used as indicators after 8 weeks.Results revealed that (AL-Noor and AL-Zahraa) was superior by giving highest fresh and dry weight reached 274.2 and 269.2 mg and 26 and 24.3 mg respectively as compared with AL-Hashmiya and aL-Mellad.Moreover, the control treatment and the dose 10 Gray gave highest fresh weight reached 277.4 and 259.1 mg while the dry weight was highest in the control treatment and the dose 5 Gray.addition 10 Gray dose was superior to give highest rate for the number, length, fresh and dry weight of shoots reached 9.7 shoots, 3.6 cm length, 410.2 and 47.9 mg on respectively

  19. Amendment of copper toxicity in alluvial soil using iron: effect on growth and yield of triticum aestivum l

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    Singh, Dharam [Department of Environmental Sciences, IBSBT, CSJM University, Kanpur (India)

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    Pot experiments were conducted in glasshouse under controlled conditions. The effect of copper in alluvial soil on the growth and yield of Triticum aestivum L. (wheat) was worked out. Copper was applied in soil at 5-100 mg L{sup -1}, along with iron supplement. Inhibitory response of copper was significant (p < 0.05) confirmed by the plant growth parameters viz., plant height, fresh and dry weight, moisture content, pigment contents, protein, sugar contents followed by increased catalase and peroxidase activity in the harvest at 30, 60, and 90 days, of treatment, respectively. The plants grown on copper treated soil along with 5 mg L{sup -1} Cu and iron application showed significant effects (p < 0.05) regarding the increase in plant biomass, plant height (shoot only), pigment contents, protein, sugar contents, grain yield followed by decreased catalase and peroxidase activity in wheat after 30, 60, and 90 days of treatment, respectively. The accumulation of metal in plant tissues was found in order of Fe > Cu coupled by less translocation in grain as compared to the whole plant. (Copyright copyright 2010 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH and Co. KGaA, Weinheim)

  20. Enhancement of phototropic response to a range of light doses in Triticum aestivum coleoptiles in clinostat-simulated microgravity

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    Heathcote, D. G.; Bircher, B. W.; Brown, A. H. (Principal Investigator)

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    The phototropic dose-response relationship has been determined for Triticum aestivum cv. Broom coleoptiles growing on a purpose-built clinostat apparatus providing gravity compensation by rotation about a horizontal axis at 2 rev min-1. These data are compared with data sets obtained with the clinostat axis vertical and stationary, as a 1 g control, and rotating vertically to examine clinostat effects other than gravity compensation. Triticum at 1 g follows the well-established pattern of other cereal coleoptiles with a first positive curvature at low doses, followed by an indifferent response region, and a second positive response at progressively increasing doses. However, these response regions lie at higher dose levels than reported for Avena. There is no significant difference between the responses observed with the clinostat axis vertical in the rotating and stationary modes, but gravity compensation by horizontal rotation increases the magnitude of first and second positive curvatures some threefold at 100 min after stimulation. The indifferent response is replaced by a significant curvature towards the light source, but remains apparent as a reduced curvature response at these dose levels.

  1. Interaction of Mg with heavy metals (Cu, Cd) in T. aestivum with special reference to oxidative and proline metabolism.

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    Singh, Vijeta; Tripathi, Bhumi Nath; Sharma, Vinay

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    Little effort has been made to understand the influence of Mg on cellular processes of plant cell during Cu and Cd toxicities. The present work demonstrates the influence of magnesium (Mg) on copper (Cu) and cadmium (Cd) toxicity on Triticum aestivum (Wheat). We measured a range of parameters related to oxidative stress in wheat exposed to Cu or Cd toxicity in media with different concentrations of Mg. Decreasing Mg concentration significantly exacerbated Cu and Cd toxicity and optimum supply of Mg improved the growth and decreased the toxicity-induced oxidative stress (a substantial decline in the amount of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and malondialdehyde (MDA) in root and shoot tissues). Activity of antioxidant enzymes-superoxide dismutase (SOD), ascorbae peroxidase (APX), catalase (CAT) was restored upon optimum Mg concentration in the presence of Cu and Cd toxicity. An increase in proline concentration in roots and shoots that was triggered by Cu and Cd exposure was partly reversed. This was due to decline in pyrroline-5-carboxylate synthetase (P5CS) and pyrroline-5-carboxylate reductase (P5CR) activity and enhanced proline dehydrogenase (PDH) activity. In conclusion, decreasing supply of Mg effectively exacerbated the toxicities of Cu and Cd in wheat. PMID:26547559

  2. Estimation of variability for yield parameters in Bread Wheat (Triticum aestivum L. grown in Gangetic West Bengal

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    Badole Sachin Shankarrao, Subhra Mukherjee, A.K. Pal and D.K. De

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    Full Text Available Thirty eight genotypes of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L. collected from DWR, Karnal, Haryana were evaluated inRandomized Block Design with three replications at the Teaching Farm of the Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya in2008-09 crop season. Observations for eighteen different yield contributing characters viz., plant height, days to heading,flowering, maturity, tiller number per plant, length of spike, number of spikes per plant, and per meter square, number ofspikelets per spike, number of grains per spike, grain weight per spike, chlorophyll-a, b and total chlorophyll content, thousandgrain weight, grain protein content, yield per plant and grain weight per meter square were recorded. The genotypes exhibitedsignificant variation for all the characters studied. The estimate of PCV in all the traits studied were greater than those of theGCV, The close proximity between PCV and GCV values for most of the characters indicated less influence of environmenton the expression of the characters under study. Considering heritability, most of the characters showed high values. Highheritability coupled with high genetic advance (in % of mean were recorded for the grain weight per spike, per plant and permeter square, number of grains per spike, thousand grain weight and the grain protein content indicating the characters to beunder additive genetic control and also scope of improvement through direct selection.

  3. Low irradiances affect abscisic acid, indole-3-acidic acid, and cytokinin levels of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) tissues

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    Nan, R.; Carman, J. G.; Salisbury, F. B.

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    Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) plants were grown under four irradiance levels: 1,400, 400, 200, and 100 micromol m-2 s-1. Leaves and roots were sampled before, during, and after the boot stage, and levels of abscisic acid (ABA), indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), zeatin, zeatin riboside, dihydrozeatin, dihydrozeatin riboside, isopentenyl adenine, and isopentenyl adenosine were quantified using noncompetitive indirect ELISA systems. Levels of IAA in leaves and roots of plants exposed to 100 micromol m-2 s-1 of irradiance were 0.7 and 2.9 micromol kg-1 dry mass (DM), respectively. These levels were 0.2 and 1.0 micromol kg-1 DM, respectively, when plants were exposed to 1,400 micromol m-2 s-1. Levels of ABA in leaves and roots of plants exposed to 100 micromol m-2 s-1 were 0.65 and 0.55 micromol kg-1 DM, respectively. They were 0.24 micromol kg-1 DM (both leaves and roots) when plants were exposed to 1,400 micromol m-2 s-1. Levels of isopentenyl adenosine in leaves (24.3 nmol kg-1 DM) and roots (29.9 nmol kg-1 DM) were not affected by differences in the irradiance regime. Similar values were obtained in a second experiment. Other cytokinins could not be detected (<10 nmol kg 1 DM) in either experiment with the sample sizes used (150-600 mg DM for roots and shoots, respectively).

  4. Anti-obesity effect of Triticum aestivum sprout extract in high-fat-diet-induced obese mice.

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    Im, Ji-Young; Ki, Hyeon-Hui; Xin, Mingjie; Kwon, Se-Uk; Kim, Young Ho; Kim, Dae-Ki; Hong, Sun-Pyo; Jin, Jong-Sik; Lee, Young-Mi

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    Obesity is a common disease worldwide that often results in serious conditions including hypertension, diabetes, and hyperlipidemia. Many herbal medicines have been examined with regard to ameliorating obesity. We investigated the anti-obesity effects of 50% EtOH extract of Triticum aestivum sprout (TAEE) in high-fat-diet (HFD)-induced obese mice. TAEE administration (10, 50, or 200 mg/kg) for 6 weeks significantly decreased the body weights, serum total cholesterol (TC), and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels in HFD-fed mice. TAEE treatment reduced lipid accumulation in epididymal white adipose tissue (EWAT) and liver. Moreover, TC and lipid levels were decreased by TAEE treatment in liver. Serum leptin and adiponectin concentrations were reduced by TAEE treatment. TAEE-treated mice showed decreases in peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor γ (PPARγ) and fatty acid synthase expression in EWAT. Furthermore, TAEE administration elevated levels of PPARα protein in the liver of HFD-induced obese mice. These results suggest that TAEE supplementation might be beneficial for the treatment and prevention of obesity and related diseases. PMID:25925980

  5. Polysaccharide isolated from Triticum aestivum stimulates insulin release from pancreatic cells via the ATP-sensitive K+ channel.

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    Lee, Sun-Hee; Lim, Sung-Won; Lee, Young-Mi; Lee, Hoi-Seon; Kim, Dae-Ki

    2012-05-01

    Traditional natural plants have been used throughout the world for their antidiabetic effects. The aim of the present study was to investigate the stimulating activity of a polysaccharide extract derived from T. aestivum sprout (TASP) on insulin secretion in vitro using the RIN-5F pancreatic β-cell line and rat pancreatic islets. In these experiments, TASP (0.1 to 2 mg/ml) augmented glucose-stimulated insulin secretion in a dose-dependent manner in the presence of a stimulatory glucose concentration (16.7 mM), but not of a basal concentration (1.1 mM). Although TASP failed to enhance the high K+-induced insulin secretion, the insulinotropic effect of TASP was significantly inhibited by diazoxide, an opener of ATP-sensitive K+ channel blocking insulin release. TASP potentiated the insulin secretion induced by other secretagogues, such as IBMX and tolbutamide. Moreover, glucose-derived blood insulin levels were significantly elevated by oral administration of TASP to mice, similarly to antidiabetic drugs. We also demonstrated that TASP significantly increased glucose-induced 45Ca2+ uptake and proinsulin mRNA expression in rat islets. Overall, our results suggest that TASP has a stimulating effect on insulin secretion and production in pancreatic β-cells via K+ channel closure and calcium influx. These results suggest that TASP may be useful as a candidate for the therapy of diabetes mellitus. PMID:22322245

  6. ASSESSMENT OF THE ACTION OF DEPOSIT MYCOFLORA ON TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. SEEDS FROM SUCEAVA GENEBANK’S COLLECTION

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    Diana Batir-Rusu

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    Full Text Available This study consisted in a phytopathological evaluation of epiphyte and endophyte mycological flora whichappeared on Triticum aestivum seeds placed on two types of substrates (CGA medium and blotting paper. The 30populations of wheat resulted from the active collection of Suceava Genebank and conserved for different time intervals(8, 15 and 18 years, in controlled atmosphere storages (T=+4 0 C; relative air humidity = 30 - 40%. Micromycetes wereevaluated by counting the infected seeds and the attack frequency was expressed as a percentage, by visual estimation ofseeds surface. The target objectives of the study are to establish the influence of the conservation period on the activity ofmicromycetes placed on stored seeds and to settle the influence of the substrate type - CGA medium (potato - dextrose -agar and blotting paper - on the development of fungal pathogens. Seeds studied, placed on CGA medium and blottingpaper substrate, after incubation, showed a different degree of infection by fungal pathogens, depending on the type ofsubstrate and the age of seeds. The conservation period influenced fungal pathogens longevity, meaning that the more it’shigher, the level of infection is reduced. On CGA medium, in comparison with blotting paper substrate, after incubationperiod, was isolated a greater diversity of fungal pathogens.

  7. Determination on Genetic Variation for Morphological Traits and Yield Components of New Winter Wheat (Triticum aestivum L Lines

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    Sali Ali ALIU

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available he genetic studies were conducted on six new winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L. line during three years investigations developed in agro ecological conditions of Kosovo. Data for various morphological and yield traits were taken and analyzed for spike length (SL, plant height (PH, total dry matter (TDM, spike Weight (SW, grain weight per spike (GWS, yield (Y and harvest index (HI. Field design consisted in a randomized blocks design (RBD with three replications. Results indicated that the line 01KS as the most competitive genotypes produced significantly higher for SL (9.58 cm, GWS (2.37 g per spike and grain yield (10.66 t ha-1 while lower yield was recorded at the line 04KS (8.02 t ha-1. The lowest SL (8.4 cm belonged to line 06KS which was ranked as the least competitive genotype. The significantly higher total dry matter (TDM was recorded at the wheat line 02KS on value 4.88 g, while the lowest (4.44 g belonged to 04KS which was ranked as the last genotype. There was a positive and significant harvest index (HI on value from 50.5% to 39.1%.

  8. Therapeutic Potential of Organic Triticum aestivum Linn. (Wheat Grass in Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Diseases: An Overview

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    N. Singh

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Shoot of Triticum aestivum Linn. (Hindi Name- gehun, kanak, Sanskrit name- godhuma is called as a wheat grass, belonging to family: Gramineae, which posses high chlorophyll content and essential vitamins, minerals, vital enzymes, amino acids, dietary fibers. Wheat grass has been shown to posses anti-cancer activity, anti-ulcer activity, antioxidant activity, anti-arthritic activity, and blood building activity in Thalassemia Major. It has been argued that wheat grass helps blood flow, digestion and general detoxification of the body. The major clinical utility of wheat grass in diseased conditions might be due to the presence of biologically active compounds and minerals in it and due to its antioxidant potential which is derived from its high content of bioflavonoids such as apigenin, quercitin, luteoline. Furthermore, indole compounds namely choline and laetrile present in it might be also responsible for its therapeutic potential. The presence of 70% chlorophyll, which is almost chemically identical to hemoglobin, in wheat grass makes it more useful in various clinical conditions involving hemoglobin deficiency and other chronic disorders. The present review article focuses onto various studies conducted on the use of wheatgrass in various disease conditions. Since very little clinical studies have been made on this very promising herbal drug, efforts are needed to conduct extensive studies on the wheat grass both in experimental models and human subjects to develop wheat grass therapy with no side effects in prevention, cure and management of chronic diseases for which our modern systems have lost their hopes.

  9. A recessive gene controlling male sterility sensitive to short daylength/low temperature in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Xiao-dong CHEN; Dong-fa SUN; De-fu RONG; Jun-hua PENG; Cheng-dao LI

    2011-01-01

    Utilization of a two-line breeding system via photoperiod-thermo sensitive male sterility has a great potential for hybrid production in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.).337S is a novel wheat male sterile line sensitive to both short daylength/low temperature and long daylength/high temperature.Five F2 populations derived from the crosses between 337S and five common wheat varieties were developed for genetic analysis.All F1's were highly fertile while segregation occurred in the F2 populations with a ratio of 3 fertile:1 sterile under short daylength/low temperature.It is shown that male sterility in 337S was controlled by a single recessive gene,temporarily designated as wptms3.Bulked segregant analysis (BSA) coupled with simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers was applied to map the sterile gene using one mapping population.The wptms3 gene was mapped to chromosome arm 1BS and flanked by Xgwm413 and Xgwm182 at a genetic distance of 3.2 and 23.5 cM,respectively.The accuracy and efficiency of marker-assisted selection were evaluated and proved essential for identifying homozygous recessive male sterile genotypes of the wptms3 gene in F2 generation.

  10. Allelopathic effects of aqueous extracts of sunflower on wheat (triticum aestivum l.) and maize (zea mays l.)

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    Sunflower is a potent allelopathic plant which possesses important allelochemicals with known allelopathic activity on other plants. In this study, allelopathic effects of fresh aqueous extracts (FAE) and air dried aqueous extracts (DAE) of root, shoot and leaves of sunflower (Halianthus annuus L.) were investigated on germination and seedling growth of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and maize (Zea mays L.) in seed bioassay experiments carried out at Botany Department of Peshawar University during 2010. Results showed significantly inhibitory effects of aqueous extracts on seed germination, growth and dry biomass of seedlings of wheat and maize. In wheat seedlings, significant germination inhibition (15.21%), increased mean germination time (MGT) (57.76%), reduced plumule and radical growth (21.66 and 28.44%) and lowered seedlings dry biomass (31.05%) were recorded under dry aqueous extracts of leaf when compared to control. Germination percentage of maize was inhibited by dry aqueous extracts of leaf by 7.81%, germination index by 16.51%, increased MGT by 25.53%, decreased plumule and radical lengths by 29.00 and 36.12% respectively, and lowered maize seedling dry biomass by 34.02 %. In both experiments, dry aqueous extracts (DAE) were more phytotoxic than fresh aqueous extracts (FAE). Similarly, inhibitory effects of aqueous extracts of different parts of sunflower were recorded in the order leaf > shoot > root for both tested plants. (author)

  11. Protective Effect of Nitric Oxide on High Temperature Induced Oxidative Stress in Wheat (Triticum aestivum Callus Culture

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    Hossam Saad EL-BELTAGI

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available High temperature (HT stress is a major environmental factor that limits plant growth, metabolism and productivity worldwide. Plant growth and development involve numerous biochemical reactions that are sensitive to temperature. Plants’ responses to HT vary with the degree and duration of HT and the plants’ adaptability. The protective effect of exogenous nitric oxide in alleviating high temperature induced damages of wheat (Triticum aestivum callus tissues was investigated. Heat treatment (35 and 40 °C alone or in combination with 0.5 mM sodium nitroprusside (SNP; nitric oxide donor was applied for 72 h to callus tissues cultured on MS medium. Heat stress significantly increased lipid peroxidation, hydrogen peroxide and superoxide anion radical levels, whereas ascorbate and total glutathione contents markedly decreased. In addition, heat stress increased the activities of antioxidant defense enzymes: superoxide distumase, ascorbate peroxidase and glutathione reductase. In contrast, the addition of SNP in the culture media prevented the callus from the heat-induced oxidative damage as indicated by the decrease of MDA, H2O2 and O2.− contents, and increased the activities of antioxidant enzymes and non-enzymatic antioxidant constituents. These results provided support for the hypothesis that the exogenous applications of NO confer tolerance to high temperature stress by reducing the oxidative damage in plants.

  12. Evaluation of assembly strategies using RNA-seq data associated with grain development of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.).

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    Li, Huai-Zhu; Gao, Xiang; Li, Xiao-Yan; Chen, Qi-Jiao; Dong, Jian; Zhao, Wan-Chun

    2013-01-01

    Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is one of the most important crops cultivated worldwide. Identifying the complete transcriptome of wheat grain could serve as foundation for further study of wheat seed development. However, the relatively large size and the polyploid complexity of the genome have been substantial barriers to molecular genetics and transcriptome analysis of wheat. Alternatively, RNA sequencing has provided some useful information about wheat genes. However, because of the large number of short reads generated by RNA sequencing, factors that are crucial to transcriptome assembly, including software, candidate parameters and assembly strategies, need to be optimized and evaluated for wheat data. In the present study, four cDNA libraries associated with wheat grain development were constructed and sequenced. A total of 14.17 Gb of high-quality reads were obtained and used to assess different assembly strategies. The most successful approach was to filter the reads with Q30 prior to de novo assembly using Trinity, merge the assembled contigs with genes available in wheat cDNA reference data sets, and combine the resulting assembly with an assembly from a reference-based strategy. Using this approach, a relatively accurate and nearly complete transcriptome associated with wheat grain development was obtained, suggesting that this is an effective strategy for generation of a high-quality transcriptome from RNA sequencing data. PMID:24349528

  13. Effect of Mobile Phone Radiations on Morphological and Biochemical Parameters of Mung Bean (Vigna radiata and Wheat (Triticum aestivum Seedlings

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    Mobin Afzal

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Over the last two decades an enormous escalation in wireless equipments has been made our lives easy. The uses of wireless accessories including mobile phone have been enabled instant our communication resources advance and fast, on the other hand along with their advantages there is great increase in radiations, an unprecedented type of pollution, in our environment. Current study was an attempt to observe the morphological and biochemical changes induced by cell phone radiations on Mung bean (Vigna radiata and Wheat (Triticum aestivum seedlings. The effect of cell phone Electromagnetic Radiations (EMR were determined by measuring membrane damage in terms of melondialdehyde [MDA] contents and changes in the levels of antioxidant enzymes like Guaiacol Peroxidase (GPX, Ascorbate Peroxidase (APX, and Catalase (CAT. Our results showed that cell phone EMR caused significant reduction in growth, fresh weight, dry weight, and relative water contents. Where as MDA contents and antioxidant enzymes were increased in stressed seedlings as compared to unstressed seedlings. We concluded that radiations emitted by mobile phone can induce oxidative stress which results in reduced growth and increase in the activity of antioxidant enzymes in mung bean and wheat seedlings.

  14. Near-isogenic lines of Triticum aestivum with distinct modes of resistance exhibit dissimilar transcriptional regulation during Diuraphis noxia feeding

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    Anna-Maria Botha

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available Russian wheat aphid (Diuraphis noxia, Kurdjumov feeding on susceptible Triticum aestivum L. leads to leaf rolling, chlorosis and plant death – symptoms not present in resistant lines. Although the effects of several D. noxia (Dn resistance genes are known, none have been isolated or characterized. Wheat varieties expressing different Dn genes exhibit distinct modes of D. noxia resistance, such as antibiosis (Dn1, tolerance (Dn2, and antixenosis (Dn5. However, the mechanism whereby feeding aphids are perceived, and how subsequent transcriptional responses are partitioned into resistance categories, remains unclear. Here we report on downstream events in near-isogenic wheat lines containing different Dn genes after D. noxia biotype SA1 feeding. Transcripts involved in stress, signal transduction, photosynthesis, metabolism and gene regulation were differentially regulated during D. noxia feeding. Expression analyses using RT-qPCR and RNA hybridization, as well as enzyme activity profiling, provide evidence that the timing and intensity of pathways induced are critical in the development of particular modes of resistance. Pathways involved include the generation of kinase signalling cascades that lead to a sustained oxidative burst, and a hypersensitive response that is active during antibiosis. Tolerance is a passive resistance mechanism that acts through repair or de novo synthesis of photosystem proteins. Results further suggest that ethylene-mediated pathways are possibly involved in generating volatile compounds and cell wall fortification during the antixenosic response.

  15. Extractability and digestibility of plant cell wall polysaccharides during hydrothermal and enzymatic degradation of wheat straw (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Hansen, Mads A.T.; Ahl, Louise I.; Pedersen, Henriette L.;

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    Fuels and chemicals derived through biochemical conversion of agricultural by-products such as wheat straw (Triticum aestivum L.) is an area currently under intense research. In this study, separate leaves and stems were hydrothermally pretreated and enzymatically hydrolysed and analysed chemical...... solubilisation and digestion of the polysaccharides during pretreatment and hydrolysis correlate well with previous models of the polysaccharides' structural organisation in the cell wall. © 2014 Elsevier B.V....... and by comprehensive microarray polymer profiling (CoMPP). This way, the effects of each degradation step to the intermolecular organisation of specific polysaccharides in the cell walls were elucidated. After pretreatment, the degree of polymerisation (DP) of released xylo-oligosaccharides in both...... pretreatment however, regardless their extractability in water or only alkali. Based on the results, AX and MLG appear to be loosely bound in the cell wall matrix while the other polysaccharides are bound more tightly and shielded from enzymatic attack by AX and MLG until pretreatment. The gradual...

  16. Wheat (Triticum aestivum) seedlings secrete proteases from the roots and, after protein addition, grow well on medium without inorganic nitrogen.

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    Adamczyk, B; Godlewski, M; Zimny, J; Zimny, A

    2008-11-01

    This paper reports on the role of proteases secreted by roots in nitrogen capture by plants. The study was conducted on aseptically cultivated wheat seedlings (Triticum aestivum cv. Tacher) obtained from embryos isolated from grains. Seedlings were cultivated for 21 days on deionised water, Murashige Skoog medium (MS), MS without inorganic nitrogen (IN), and MS without IN, in which IN was replaced by casein (0.01%, 0.1% or 1%). Comparison of seedlings grown on these media showed that casein entirely compensated for the lack of inorganic nitrogen in the medium. Shoots and roots of seedlings cultivated on MS medium with this protein had higher fresh weight than those cultivated on MS medium without casein. The increase in fresh weight of seedlings was correlated with casein concentration and proteolytic activity in the medium. In conclusion, wheat that uses proteases secreted by the roots can directly utilise proteins in the medium as a source of nitrogen without prior digestion by microbial proteases and without protein mineralisation. These results suggest the important role of organic nitrogen fertilisers in increasing wheat yield. PMID:18950429

  17. Effects of As on As uptake,speciation,and nutrient uptake by winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under hydroponic conditions

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    LIU Quanji; HU Chengxiao; TAN Qiling; SUN Xuccheng; SU Jingjun; LIANG Yuexiang

    2008-01-01

    A hydroponic experiment was conducted to investigate the effects of arsenic (As) stress on growth,nutrition and As uptake,and spcciation in shoots and roots of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.).Winter wheat has high tolerance to As.Most As is accumulated in the roots,and an As concentration of 4,421 mg/kg was observed at a solution concentration of 20 mg/L As.Arsenic concentrations in roots were approximately 40-100 times greater than those in shoots.Arsenic in winter wheat roots and shoots occurred as both As3+ and As5+ species,although As3+ was the main species in winter wheat tissues.Arsenic significantly decreased the biomass of winter wheat shoots and roots and affected absorption and transport of micro- and macro-elements in winter wheat tissue.Arsenic treatment significantly increased the concentrations of total Magnesium (Mg) and calcium (Ca) in shoots and enhanced the transport of Mg and Ca from roots to shoots but decreased potassium (K),nitrogen (N),and phosphorus (P) concentrations in both shoots and roots,particularly the concentration of P.Concentrations of iron,copper,and zinc in winter wheat shoots were negatively related to As rates,with correlation coefficients (R2) of 0.93,0.94,and 0.97,respectively.

  18. Alleviation of salt stress by halotolerant and halophilic plant growth-promoting bacteria in wheat (Triticum aestivum).

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    Orhan, Furkan

    2016-01-01

    In the current study, 18 halotolerant and halophilic bacteria have been investigated for their plant growth promoting abilities in vitro and in a hydroponic culture. The bacterial strains have been investigated for ammonia, indole-3-acetic acid and 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate-deaminase production, phosphate solubilisation and nitrogen fixation activities. Of the tested bacteria, eight were inoculated with Triticum aestivum in a hydroponic culture. The investigated bacterial strains were found to have different plant-growth promoting activities in vitro. Under salt stress (200mM NaCl), the investigated bacterial strains significantly increased the root and shoot length and total fresh weight of the plants. The growth rates of the plants inoculated with bacterial strains ranged from 62.2% to 78.1%. Identifying of novel halophilic and halotolerant bacteria that promote plant growth can be used as alternatives for salt sensitive plants. Extensive research has been conducted on several halophilic and halotolerant bacterial strains to investigate their plant growth promoting activities. However, to the best of my knowledge, this is the first study to inoculate these bacterial strains with wheat. PMID:27133557

  19. Fluoranthene, a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, inhibits light as well as dark reactions of photosynthesis in wheat (Triticum aestivum).

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    Tomar, Rupal Singh; Jajoo, Anjana

    2014-11-01

    The toxic effect of fluoranthene (FLT) on seed germination, growth of seedling and photosynthesis processes of wheat (Triticum aestivum) was investigated. Wheat seeds were exposed to 5 µM and 25 µM FLT concentrations for 25 days and it was observed that FLT had inhibiting effect on rate of seed germination. The germination rate of wheat seeds decreased by 11% at 25 µM FLT concentration. Root/shoot growth and biomass production declined significantly even at low concentrations of FLT. Chlorophyll a fluorescence and gas exchange parameters were measured after 25 days to evaluate the effects of FLT on Photosystem II (PSII) activity and CO2 assimilation rate. The process of CO2 assimilation decreased more effectively by FLT as compared to the yield of PSII. A negative correlation was found between plant net photosynthesis, stomatal conductance, carboxylation capacity and biomass production with FLT. It is concluded that inhibiting effects of FLT on photosynthesis are contributed more by inhibition in the process of CO2 fixation rather than inhibition of photochemical events. PMID:25173746

  20. The role of the F-box gene TaFBA1 from wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in drought tolerance.

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    Zhou, Shumei; Sun, Xiudong; Yin, Suhong; Kong, Xiangzhu; Zhou, Shan; Xu, Ying; Luo, Yin; Wang, Wei

    2014-11-01

    Drought is one of the most important factors limiting plant growth and development. We identified a gene in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under drought stress named TaFBA1. TaFBA1 encodes a putative 325-amino-acid F-box protein with a conserved N-terminal F-box domain and a C-terminal AMN1 domain. Real-time RT-PCR analysis revealed that TaFBA1 transcript accumulation was upregulated by high-salinity, water stress, and abscisic acid (ABA) treatment. To evaluate the functions of TaFBA1 in the regulation of drought stress responses, we produced transgenic tobacco lines overexpressing TaFBA1. Under water stress conditions, the transgenic tobacco plants had a higher germination rate, higher relative water content, net photosynthesis rate (Pn), less chlorophyll loss, and less growth inhibition than WT. These results demonstrate the high tolerance of the transgenic plants to drought stress compared to the WT. The enhanced oxidative stress tolerance of these plants, which may be involved in their drought tolerance, was indicated by their lower levels of reactive oxygen species (ROS) accumulation, MDA content, and cell membrane damage under drought stress compared to WT. The antioxidant enzyme activities were higher in the transgenic plants than in WT, which may be related to the upregulated expression of some antioxidant genes via overexpression of TaFBA1. PMID:25299612

  1. Comparative study of wild and transformed salt tolerant bacterial strains on Triticum aestivum growth under salt stress

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    Shazia Afrasayab

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Eleven salt tolerant bacteria isolated from different sources (soil, plants and their transformed strains were used to study their influence on Triticum aestivum var. Inqlab-91 growth under salt (100 mM NaCl stress. Salt stress caused reduction in germination (19.4%, seedling growth (46% and fresh weight (39% in non-inoculated plants. In general, both wild and transformed strains stimulated germination, seedling growth and fresh weight in salt free and salt stressed conditions. At 100 mM NaCl, Staphylococcus xylosus ST-1 caused 25% increments in seedling length over respective control. Soluble protein content significantly enhanced (49% under salt stress as compared to salt free control. At 100 mM NaCl parental strain PT-5 resulted about 32% enhancement in protein content over respective control treatment. Salt stress induced the promotion of auxin content in seedlings. Overall, Bacillus subtilis HAa2 and transformed E. coli-SP-7-T, caused 33% and 30% increases in auxin content, respectively, were recorded under salt stress in comparison to control.

  2. Nitrogen balance for wheat canopies (Triticum aestivum cv. Veery 10) grown under elevated and ambient CO2 concentrations

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    Smart, D. R.; Ritchie, K.; Bloom, A. J.; Bugbee, B. B.

    1998-01-01

    We examined the hypothesis that elevated CO2 concentration would increase NO3- absorption and assimilation using intact wheat canopies (Triticum aestivum cv. Veery 10). Nitrate consumption, the sum of plant absorption and nitrogen loss, was continuously monitored for 23 d following germination under two CO2 concentrations (360 and 1000 micromol mol-1 CO2) and two root zone NO3- concentrations (100 and 1000 mmol m3 NO3-). The plants were grown at high density (1780 m-2) in a 28 m3 controlled environment chamber using solution culture techniques. Wheat responded to 1000 micromol mol-1 CO2 by increasing carbon allocation to root biomass production. Elevated CO2 also increased root zone NO3- consumption, but most of this increase did not result in higher biomass nitrogen. Rather, nitrogen loss accounted for the greatest part of the difference in NO3- consumption between the elevated and ambient [CO2] treatments. The total amount of NO3(-)-N absorbed by roots or the amount of NO3(-)-N assimilated per unit area did not significantly differ between elevated and ambient [CO2] treatments. Instead, specific leaf organic nitrogen content declined, and NO3- accumulated in canopies growing under 1000 micromol mol-1 CO2. Our results indicated that 1000 micromol mol-1 CO2 diminished NO3- assimilation. If NO3- assimilation were impaired by high [CO2], then this offers an explanation for why organic nitrogen contents are often observed to decline in elevated [CO2] environments.

  3. Exposure-response of triticum aestivum to titanium dioxide nanoparticles application: seedling vigor index and micronuclei formation

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    The effects of Titanium dioxide (TiO) nanoparticles (TNPs) on early growth characteristics of Triticum aestivum (Wheat) growth and cell nuclei integrity were assessed under hydroponic conditions. Seeds of wheat variety, Inqalab 91, were collected from National Agricultural Research Centre (NARC), Islamabad, Pakistan. These were then disinfected and exposed to different Titanium dioxide (TiO/sub 2/) levels: 0, 25, 50, 100, 200, 400 and 600 mg L. Maximum vigor index of 2,722 was obtained at concentration of 200 mg L TiO. Additionally, at TNPs dose 200 mg L, 2 germination rate was found to be 96.67%, indicating proper conditions for seed growth and negligible retardation. However, due to germination inhibition at -1 higher TNPs concentration, i.e. at the rate 600 mg L, vigor index dropped to 2,477. These results were explained by micronucleus assay where large numbers of micronuclei were formed in root tips and exhibited the signs of toxicity. From these results, it can be -1 concluded that TNPs concentration up to 200 mg L promoted growth and encouraged seed germination. At higher levels of TNPs 400 and 600 mg L, toxicity was evident. (author)

  4. Mode of the absorption of water and nutrients by ascocarps of Tuber melanosporum and Tuber aestivum: a radioactive tracer technique

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    A simple technique has been developed to study the absorption capacity of the tufts of mycelial filaments, or hyphae, observed on both black and white truffles Tuber melanosporum and Tuber aestivum. These hyphae sprout from the tops of certain scales on the peridium of Tuber. They colonize the surrounding soil and could therefore exploit the nutrients from a large volume of soil. The ability to absorb organic and inorganic nutrients from a source other than the host is a necessary condition for the hypothesis we wished to test, namely that at some stage in its development the truffle ascocarp becomes autonomous. The absorption was demonstrated using autoradiography and liquid scintillation counting. We found that the tufts of hyphae are water permeable (3H2O). In addition, they absorb a sugar ([14C]mannose) and an anion ([32P]phosphate). An analysis of our results shows that the spatial distribution of [32P]phosphate is independent of that of tritiated water; the transport of phosphate is therefore not determined by water flux. The quantity and redistribution of the tracer depended on the application site, directly onto the peridium or on a mycelial tuft. The tufts increase the absorption of the tracer and influence its internal redistribution towards accumulation zones. (author)

  5. A Vida por Outros Lados

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    Maria Berenice da Costa Machado

    2003-06-01

    Full Text Available Diálogo entre a imagem e o slogan do anúncio publicitário “A vida por todos os lados”, do jornal Zero Hora (ZH, com as características da Modernidade e da Pós-modernidade. A intenção é a refletir sobre a complexidade da comunicação institucional deste diário e sua ligação com as tendências contemporâneas.

  6. Once mil metros por segundo

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    Esta exposición es una ventana hacia el mundo de la Ciencia Ficción. Los sueños de escritores extraordinarios, personajes, lugares, máquinas y robots que cada día están más cerca de nuestra cotidianidad gracias a los avances de la ciencia y la tecnología hacen parte de la muestra itinerante por las sedes de la Universidad Nacional. El visitante puede recorrer los diferentes géneros que constituyen este género literario, además de conocer sus principales representantes. Así mismo se explor...

  7. Miasis ocular por Oestrus ovis

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    María Beltrán F

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available Se presentan tres casos de miasis ocular (dos adultos y un niñoprocedentes de zonas ganaderas de la provincia de Huaura,departamento de Lima,que acudieron al Hospital Regional de Huacho por presentar el ojo rojo,fotofobia, edema palpebral y sensación de cuerpo extraño;se extrajeron larvas adheridas al canto interno del ojo,las cuales se recibieron en el Instituto Nacional de Salud y fueron identificadas como Oestrus ovis .

  8. Por la puerta del fondo

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    Tossi, Lucía

    2002-01-01

    Como aconteciera en el pasado, las mujeres de estos siglos participaban de diversas actividades científicas y técnicas, en las cuales la tradicional habilidad manual, destreza, sentido de la observación, inteligencia, imaginación y capacidad de trabajo, de los que siempre dieron pruebas, fueron ampliamente aprovechados. No obstante, salvo contadas excepciones, sólo pudieron entrar en la fortaleza del saber por la puerta del fondo. Algunas de esas mujeres, pertenecientes a las clases nobles y ...

  9. Sepsis neonatal por Estreptococos Pyogenes

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    2009-01-01

    Se presenta el caso de un paciente masculino, recién nacido a término adecuado para la edad gestacional, quien nace por parto vaginal, con el antecedente de fiebre en la madre durante el periodo de postparto inmediato. Los padres consultan a los 2 días de vida pues le notan dificultad respiratoria, hipoactividad y rechazo a la leche materna. El paciente se interna y se aborda como una sepsis. Durante su estancia en el servicio de neonatología del Hospital Nacional de Niños asocia fallo respir...

  10. toxicidad neuroendocrina inducida por cadmio

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    A Romero

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available El cadmio es un agente químico tóxico importante debido a su creciente nivel en el medio ambiente como resultado de prácticas industriales y agrícolas. Como perturbador endocrino, el cadmio modifica la secreción de hormonas hipofisarias. Los efectos indirectos del cadmio provocan la generación de especies reactivas de oxígeno y reducen la actividad de las proteínas implicadas en las defensas antioxidantes. La melatonina es conocida como un potente antioxidante, scavenger de radicales libres y quelante de metales sintetizada en la glándula pineal. De esta manera, las acciones antioxidantes de esta indolamina protegen frente a la peroxidación lipídica y el daño oxidativo de los radicales y de sus productos tóxicos. Los trabajos recopilados en esta revisión ponen de manifiesto la capacidad antioxidante de la melatonina y, por lo tanto, su posible papel protector frente a la toxicidad del cadmio en lo que se refiere al estrés oxidativo y peroxidación lipídica inducidos por la exposición a este metal.

  11. Hipoglucemia inducida por carcinoma adrenal

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    Jimena Soutelo

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available El carcinoma suprarrenal es una neoplasia maligna infrecuente y de mal pronóstico. La presentación clínica más común es originada por la producción hormonal excesiva, mientras que el desarrollo de hipoglucemia sintomática es excepcional. Presentamos el caso de una mujer de 37 años que ingresó al hospital por síntomas de hipoglucemias graves, hipertensión arterial, hipopotasemia y amenorrea secundaria. En el laboratorio se halló hipoglucemia con insulina inhibida y niveles de andrógenos en rango tumoral. La tomografía computarizada (TC de abdomen y pelvis mostró voluminosa formación heterogénea de aspecto sólido sin plano de clivaje con respecto al parénquima hepático e intenso realce con contraste. Luego de la extirpación de la masa retroperitoneal, evolucionó con valores de glucemia y potasemia normales, estabilizó la presión arterial y recuperó los ciclos menstruales.

  12. Cultivo de embriões em retrocruzamentos entre Triticum aestivum Thell. e Agropyron elongatum host. & beauv. Embryo culture of backcrosses between hybrids of Triticum aestivum Thell. and Agropyron elongatum host. & beauv.

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    Dilma Cristina Angra

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    Full Text Available A resistência a diversas moléstias fúngicas do trigo tem sido transferida de espécies perenes da tribo Triticeae, mas o híbrido produzido pelo cruzamento intergenérico apresenta embrião abortivo. Embora a técnica de resgate e cultivo in vitro destes embriões já seja amplamente utilizada, sua eficiência ainda é muito baixa. Este trabalho objetivou a obtenção de progênies de retrocruzamentos em híbrido F1 (2n=56, proveniente do cruzamento de trigo (Triticum aestivum (2n=42 com Agropyron elongatum (2n=70, utilizando-se a técnica de cultivo in vitro dos embriões imaturos. Partindo-se do material perene na geração F1, utilizou-se o trigo como parental recorrente nos retrocruzamentos. A eficiência da polinização foi de 6% no primeiro retrocruzamento (RC1 e de 12,4% no segundo (RC2. As plantas do RC1 foram viabilizadas pelo resgate e cultivo in vitro dos embriões imaturos utilizando- se o meio batata-regeneração, com adição de vitaminas. De 22 sementes, 18 embriões foram resgatados e cultivados in vitro, originando 12 plântulas. Desses embriões, 50% foram normais, 27,8% apresentaram tamanho reduzido, 16,7% foram deformados e 5,5% apresentaram desenvolvimento retardado. A eficiência do cultivo dos embriões na regeneração de plântulas foi de 66,6%. Tal resultado indica que a técnica de resgate e o meio de cultura utilizados foram eficientes para o cultivo e regeneração dos embriões híbridos, obtendo progênies viáveis de retrocruzamentos a partir de híbridos intergenéricos, nas condições realizadas.Resistance to fungal diseases of wheat has been transferred from perennial species of tribe Triticeae, but the hybrid so formed presents immature embryos. Although rescue and in vitro culture of these embryos has been widely utilized, its efficiency is still very low. This work aimed to obtain backcrossing progenies in hybrid F1 (2n=56, derived from crossing between wheat (Triticum aestivum (2n=42 and Agropyron

  13. Mortalidad intrahospitalaria por accidente cerebrovascular

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    Federico Rodríguez Lucci

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available La mortalidad global por accidente cerebrovascular (ACV ha disminuido en las últimas tres décadas, probablemente debido a un mejor control de los factores de riesgo vascular. La mortalidad hospitalaria por ACV ha sido tradicionalmente estimada entre 6 y 14% en la mayoría de las series comunicadas. Sin embargo, los datos de ensayos clínicos recientes sugieren que esta cifra sería sustancialmente menor. Se revisaron datos de pacientes internados con diagnóstico de ACV del Banco de Datos de Stroke de FLENI y los registros institucionales de mortalidad entre los años 2000 y 2010. Los subtipos de ACV isquémicos se clasificaron según criterios TOAST y los ACV hemorrágicos en hematomas intrapanquimatosos, hemorragias subaracnoideas aneurismáticas, malformaciones arteriovenosas y otros hematomas intraparenquimatosos. Se analizaron 1514 pacientes, 1079 (71% con ACV isquémico (grandes vasos 39%, cardioembólicos 27%, lacunares 9%, etiología indeterminada 14%, otras etiologías 11% y 435 (29% con ACV hemorrágico (intraparenquimatosos 27%, hemorragia subaracnoidea 30%, malformaciones arteriovenosas 25% y otros hematomas espontáneos 18%. Se registraron 38 muertes intrahospitalarias (17 ACV isquémicos y 21 ACV hemorrágicos, representando una mortalidad global del 2.5% (1.7% en ACV isquémicos y 4.8% en ACV hemorrágicos. No se registraron muertes asociadas al uso de fibrinolíticos endovenosos. La mortalidad intrahospitalaria en pacientes con ACV isquémico y hemorrágico en nuestro centro fue baja. El manejo en un centro dedicado a las enfermedades neurológicas y el enfoque multidisciplinario por personal médico y no médico entrenado en el cuidado de la enfermedad cerebrovascular podrían explicar, al menos en parte, estos resultados.

  14. Impact of humic acid and chemical fertilizer application on growth and grain yield of rainfed wheat (triticum aestivum l.)

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    The high cost of inorganic fertilizer, use of natural fertilizer resources for increasing crop production on sustainable basis has become imperative. Two field experiments were conducted to study the potential of humic acid (HA) as a low-cost natural fertilizer and to determine its effect on the yield of rainfed wheat crop (Triticum aestivum L. cv. Naseer) at the research farm of Arid Zone Research Institute, Dera Ismail Khan during two successive winter seasons, 2007-08 and 2008-09. The treatments consisted of HA alone (3 kg ha/sup -1/ or 1.5 kg ha/sup -1/) and in combination with full (60:40 kg ha/sup -1/) and half (30:20 kg ha/sup -1/) the recommended rates of NP fertilizers. Results showed that in the first growing season (2007-08), the combination of 3 kg ha/sup -1/ HA with half (30:20 kg ha-1) rate of NP produced the highest grain yield (1314 kg ha/sup -1/) and increased the yield by 46.9% over the control. In the second growing season (2008-09), application of 3 kg ha/sup -1/ HA alone produced significantly (P<0.05) higher grain yield (2999.9 kg ha/sup -1/) and increased the yield by 24% over the control and saved 100% cost of the chemical fertilizer. Results suggested that HA applied alone at 3 kg ha/sup -1/ or in combination with half (30:20 kg ha/sup -1/) rate of NP fertilizers appeared to be the most economical rate to obtain the maximum yield of wheat under the rainfed conditions of Dera Ismail Khan. HA has great potential as a low cost natural fertilizer to improve soil fertility on sustainable basis. (author)

  15. Cultivate in vitro of wheat Anthers (Triticum Aestivum L.) In the ICA-TENZA and PAV -76 varieties

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    The objective of the present work consisted, in determining the cultivation conditions under which it was possible to induce through the technique of the cultivation of anthers, the callus formation and possible regeneration of green plants of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in the varieties ICA-Tenza and Pav -76. With the purpose of identifying the but appropriate state of development of the grain of pollen for the inoculation of the anthers, a cytologic study was made in which was correlation among the moriolic parameters of the plant; (inter liguler distances, auricle-knot distances and longitude of the edges) and the state of development of the microspore; Of the parameters, it was recommended to keep in mind the longitude from the edges when harvesting the experimental material. The anthers of both genotypes were inoculated in the means bases Pope 4 and N6, with hormonal levels of ELL (naftalen acetic acid) of 0.0, 0.5 and 1.0 mg/I. the answers of the genotypes were evaluated before the means of basal cultivation, in connection with the induction of tripes and the plants regeneration. Of the two used genotypes, the Pav -76 it presented bigger capacity to induce the formation of tripes, while the ICA-Tenza genotype presented a bigger answer capacity in the regeneration of plants so much green as albino. The results obtained allowed to establish that a relationship exists between the means of cultivation and the capacity of the genotypes to regenerate as much tripes as plants. Due to the drop survival of the regenerated plants, it was not possible to settle down with clarity a relationship of the ploidia level

  16. Effects of nitrogen and irrigation on gluten protein composition and their relationship to yellow berry disorder in wheat (triticum aestivum)

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    In Mexico and the rest of the world, the presence of yellow berry (YB) in wheat grains (Triticum aestivum) has been related with poor quality, this defect is associated with low protein content in the grains. However, the quality of the wheat depends not only on the protein content, but also on the composition of the gluten proteins. The effect of the various agronomic factors on the composition of wheat gluten has been a subject of study worldwide. However, in Mexico, wheat quality still remains an issue, as there is a lack of knowledge regarding the optimal agronomic conditions to produce wheat with good-quality gluten. For this reason, the effects of nitrogen (N) rates and irrigations on the amount of gliadin subclasses, glutenin subunits (two main groups) and grain protein content as well as the relation of these proteins to the YB content in wheat grains were investigated. The experiment was conducted on arable farmland in the Valley of Empalme, Sonora, Mexico (27 degree 58' N, 110 degree 49' W; 10 m altitude), during the fall-winter period of 2009-2010. Tarachi, the hard wheat cultivar studied, was selected for its relative susceptibility to the presence of elevated YB content in mature wheat kernels. Three levels of N (75, 150 or 250 kg ha-1) and three levels of irrigation (1, 2 or 3 auxiliary irrigations) were studied. Using a N rate of 150 kg ha-1 with 3 auxiliary irrigations, wheat with good-quality gluten was obtained. The results suggest that the YB disorder is primarily related to the amount of protein in the wheat grain. (author)

  17. Changes in the synthesis of DNA, RNA and protein during somatic embryogenesis in wheat (triticum aestivum L.)

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    Embryogenic and non-embryogenic callus formed from immature embryo of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in N6B5MS medium I supplemented with 2,4-D 2 mg/L, KT 0.5 mg/L, LH300 mg/L, sucrose 3% were sub-cultured and transferred respectively to N6B5MS medium II (2,4-D was decreased to 0.5 mg/L and 4 mol/L proline was added). Somatic embryos obtained from embryogenic callus, and plantlet formed from non-embryogenic callus through organogenesis respectively. By incorporation of 3H-thymidine, 3H-uridine and 3H-leucine into DNA, RNA and protein respectively, the rate of synthesis of DNA, RNA and protein during somatic embryogenesis were measured. A large amount of RNA and protein synthesized during the early somatic embryogenesis. The activities of RNA and protein synthesis reached the peak on the 4th and the 8th day respectively, then decreased a little, but kept a high level. The synthesis of DNA increased apparently during the early stage. No apparent change occurred when the embryogenic cell masses formed. The synthesis rate of RNA and protein in non-embryogenic callus were much less than that in embryogenic callus. Actinomycin and cycloheximide inhibited not only the synthesis of nucleic acid and protein, but also the growth of embryogenic callus and somatic embryogenesis. The earlier the inhibitors were added, the greater the influence was caused. The results indicate that the active expression of corresponding genes of wheat is the molecular base of somatic embryogenesis

  18. Water extract of Triticum aestivum L. and its components demonstrate protective effect in a model of vascular dementia.

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    Han, Hyung Soo; Jang, Jung-Hee; Jang, Jae Hee; Choi, Jung Sook; Kim, Yoon Jung; Lee, Chan; Lim, Sun Ha; Lee, Hyeong-Kyu; Lee, Jongwon

    2010-06-01

    Although vascular dementia is the second leading cause of dementia and often underdiagnosed, there are no drugs yet approved for the treatment of vascular dementia. In this study, it is demonstrated that water extract of Triticum aestivum L. (TALE) and some of its components have protective effects against vascular dementia-induced damage by preserving the myelin sheath and inhibiting astrocytic activation. The memory test used a vascular dementia model utilizing bilateral ligation of the carotid arteries of rats. TALE, some of its components, such as starch, total dietary fiber (TDF), arabinoxylan, beta-glucan, and degraded products of arabinoxylan, such as arabinose and xylose, were administered to the animals from day 8 to day 14, following the surgery. Twenty-one days after the surgery, the water maze test was performed for 5 days, and the time taken to find the platform during training trials (mean escape latency) was measured. The mean escape latency was decreased consistently in the TALE-, starch-, TDF-, arabinoxylan-, and arabinose-treated groups, compared with that in the vascular dementia group. To measure brain damage, Luxol fast blue staining and immunohistochemistry of myelin basic protein (MBP) were performed to observe myelin sheath in the white matter, and immunohistochemistry of glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) was performed to observe the astrocytic reaction. Vascular dementia reduced the MBP level and increased the GFAP level. Arabinose effectively inhibited the MBP and GFAP change, whereas arabinoxylan inhibited the GFAP change only. These results suggest that TALE and some of its components can be used as a medicinal material for the development of neuroprotective agents against vascular dementia. PMID:20521983

  19. Heat-induced regulation of antioxidant defense system and nutrient accumulation in hexaploid bread wheat (triticum aestivum l.)

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    Ten cultivars (five registered S-24, Inqlab-91, Saher-2006, Fsd-2008, and Lasani, and five candidate cultivars P.B-18, M.P-65, S.H-20, AARI-10, and G.A-20) of spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) were examined for high temperature stress tolerance. Plants were grown in soil filled pots in the Botanical Garden of the Department of Botany University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Pakistan. Three different temperature regimes (30, 40 and 50 degree C) were applied at two different growth stages (tillering and boot) for three temperature durations 30, 60 and 90 min in a growth chamber. The leaf and root samples were collected after two weeks of temperature treatment and then analyzed for enzymatic and non-enzymatic antioxidants as well as inorganic nutrients (N, P, K+, Ca2+). At the end, data obtained were statistically analyzed to distinguish heat tolerant from non-tolerant wheat cultivars. After appraisal of growth, antioxidant defense system and uptake of nutrients it was found that cvs. S-24, Inqlab-91, Saher-2006, Fsd-2008, Lasani and G.A-20 exhibited better thermo-tolerance capabilities than the other wheat cultivars (P.B-18, M.P-65, S.H-20, AARI-10). Among the thermo-tolerant wheat cultivars, G.A-20 and Lasani were superior in maintaining shoot fresh weights and shoot length, high antioxidant activities and better nutrient uptake at both tillering and boot stages. The response of all cultivars to heat stress applied at the tillering stage or boot stage was almost the same. (author)

  20. Allelic variations in Glu-1 and Glu-3 loci of historical and modern Iranian bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars

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    Ali Izadi-Darbandi; Bahman Yazdi-Samadi; Ali-Akbar Su-Boushehri; Mohsen Mohammadi

    2010-08-01

    Proline and glutamine-rich wheat seed endosperm proteins are collectively referred to as prolamins. They are comprised of HMW-GSs, LMW-GSs and gliadins. HMW-GSs are major determinants of gluten elasticity and LMW-GSs considerably affect dough extensibility and maximum dough resistance. The inheritance of glutenin subunits follows Mendelian genetics with multiple alleles in each locus. Identification of the banding patterns of glutenin subunits could be used as an estimate for screening high quality wheat germplasm. Here, by means of a two-step 1D-SDS-PAGE procedure, we identified the allelic variations in high and low-molecular-weight glutenin subunits in 65 hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars representing a historical trend in the cultivars introduced or released in Iran from the years 1940 to 1990. Distinct alleles 17 and 19 were detected for Glu-1 and Glu-3 loci, respectively. The allelic frequencies at the Glu-1 loci demonstrated unimodal distributions. At Glu-A1, Glu-B1 and Glu-D1, we found that the most frequent alleles were the null, 7 + 8, 2 + 12 alleles, respectively, in Iranian wheat cultivars. In contrast, Glu-3 loci showed bimodal or trimodal distributions. At Glu-A3, the most frequent alleles were c and e. At Glu-B3 the most frequent alleles were a, b and c. At Glu-D3 locus, the alleles b and a, were the most and the second most frequent alleles in Iranian wheat cultivars. This led to a significantly higher Nei coefficient of genetic variations in Glu-3 loci (0.756) as compared to Glu-1 loci (0.547). At Glu-3 loci, we observed relatively high quality alleles in Glu-A3 and Glu-D3 loci and low quality alleles at Glu-B3 locus.

  1. Generation of novel high quality HMW-GS genes in two introgression lines of Triticum aestivum/Agropyron elongatum

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    Chen Fanguo

    2007-05-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background High molecular weight glutenin subunits (HMW-GS have been proved to be mostly correlated with the processing quality of common wheat (Triticum aestivum. But wheat cultivars have limited number of high quality HMW-GS. However, novel HMW-GS were found to be present in many wheat asymmetric somatic hybrid introgression lines of common wheat/Agropyron elongatum. Results To exploit how these new subunits were generated, we isolated HMW-GS genes from two sib hybrid lines (II-12 and 11-4-6 and compared them with those from their parents. The result shows that two genes of hybrid (H11-3-3 and H11-4-3 are directly introgressed from the donor parent Agropyron elongatum; one hybrid gene (H1Dx5 comes from point mutation of a parental wheat gene (1Dx2.1; two other hybrid genes (H1By8 and H1By16 are likely resulting from unequal crossover or slippage of a parental wheat gene (1By9.1; and the sixth novel hybrid gene (H1Dy12 may come from recombination between two parental genes. Conclusion Therefore, we demonstrate that novel HMW-GS genes can be rapidly created through asymmetric somatic hybridization in a manner similar with the evolution mechanism of these genes supposed before. We also described gene shuffling as a new mechanism of novel HMW-GS gene formation in hybrids. The results suggest that asymmetric somatic hybridization is an important approach for widening HMW-GS genebank of wheat quality improvement.

  2. Performance of high-protein mutant lines of triticum aestivum (L.) under-arid conditions of Syria

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    The agronomical characters of nine high-protein mutant lines of T. aestivum produced by the IAEA were studied along with their mother line Mex22A and four local cultivars. The experiments were carried out under rainfed conditions in 1990 and 1991 in southern Syria. Statistical analysis revealed significant differences among the lines in all characters. Genotype by environment interaction was significant for all characters except for N yield. There was a negative correlation between grain nitrogen concentration (GNC) and yield. However, two of the check cultivars and seven mutant lines had similar yield to Mex22A with grater Gnc. The other two mutant lines, 5074M and E296, were very late in heading and were characterized by low yield with extremely high GNC. Spikes per square meter contributed most to grain yield followed by number of seeds per spike and lastly seed weight. SDS sedimentation test values were negatively correlated with GNC. Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS-PAGE) was used to assay for high molecular weight (HMW) gluten in protein subunits of the grain endosperm. The results showed the presence of HMW gluten in GluD1 subunits 2+12 in Mex22A and all IAEA genotypes. Check varieties L92-6, Buhuth 4 and Cham 2 contain the good quality allelic GluD1 subunits 5+10. Nevertheless, 4 of 9 IAEA mutant lines were characterized by having higher SDS sedimentation values due to the presence of Glu-B1 subunits 17+18 when compared to those that had subunits 7+8. (author), 20 Refs., 2 Figs., 6 Tabs

  3. The three pistils mutation enables to produce three kernels in a floret in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    The spontaneous mutation of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) producing three pistils (TP) in a floret is presented. The TP mutant was found in a spring Chinese landrace and can form up to three kernels in a floret and thus to increase grain number per spike. Restricted space in florets causes kernel flattening. Doublets or triplets of kernels form clusters where the basal parts arise from the receptacle and ventral groove of kernels is outside oriented. In some cases, these groups of kernels are visible after threshing. The TP mutant is determined by the dominant Pis1 gene located on long arm of chromosome 2D. The original Chinese landrace was grown in field tests at Kromeriz (Czech Republic) in 2007. Its yield was only 44 % in comparison with mean yield of check registered cultivars of spring wheat Vanek, Granny and SW Kadrilj (6.46 t.ha-1). TP wheat exhibited low resistance to fungal pathogens, low 1000-kernel weight (TKW) (27.9 g), low volume weight (75.4 kg.hl-1), lower germination vigour, high protein content (17.7 %) and was 10 and 7 days earlier at heading and maturity, respectively. The TP mutant was crossed to significant cultivars of winter wheat aiming to transfer the gene Pis1 to the genetic background of currently grown cultivars. TKW of the harvested F1 plants was around the average of parents. The TP can be used as a potential gene resource for increasing reproductive spike capacity (a kernel number per spike) and spike sink capacity. The significance of the Pis1 gene cannot be exactly evaluated unless the comparison of near-isogenic lines distinguishing in the TP trait and identical in genetic background is carried out. (author)

  4. Activation of latent nucleolus organizers induced by experimental polyploidization in cells of hexaploid wheat Triticum aestivum L.

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    Lazareva, E M; Khoudoleeva, O A; Chentsov YuS; Polyakov VYu

    2000-01-01

    The effect of prolonged colchicine-induced polyploidization on activation of latent nucleolus-organizing regions (NOR) of chromosomes was studied in diploid meristematic cells and polyploid root cells of Triticum aestivum L. It has been shown that control diploid and tetraploid cells have maximal number of nucleoli equal to four, which corresponds to the number of nucleolar chromosomes (NC) with active (visualized by staining with AgNO3) NOR (two pairs of homologous chromosomes 1B and 6B). Treatment of wheat seedlings with colchicine for 30 h results in following changes in polyploid cells: (1) impregnation of NOR with silver is observed on homologues of either chromosomes 1A or 5D in all tetraploid metaphase plates (4n, 2x, 4c), which is indicative of the NOR activation on this chromosome in pre-mitotic polyploid interphase; (2) In tetraploid metaphase, NOR in all four homologues of activated chromosomes or in only two of them may be stained; (3) maximal number of nucleoli in tetraploid nuclei is increased till 12, which confirms activation of transcription of additional rRNA gene clusters in polyploids; (4) activation of the rRNA gene expression is induced by the cell polyploidization rather than by colchicine, since in the colchicine-treated diploid cells both maximal number of nucleoli and the number of metaphase chromosomes with active NOR is not changed as compared with control. The obtained data allow us to suggest that structural "separation" of NC in polyploid nuclei stimulates activation of latent NOR. PMID:11093578

  5. EFEITO DE MICROONDAS NA SECAGEM DO TRIGO (T. aestivum, L. E NA QUALIDADE REOLÓGICA DA FARINHA*

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    LEANDRO FERNANDES MONKS

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    O trabalho avalia o efeito das microondas na secagem do trigo (T. aestivum L. e no comportamento reológico da farinha. Trigos colhidos nas umidades de 19-21% e 12%, condicionados a 16-18%, foram tratados com 1, 2 e 3 min de microondas (750-850W, seguidos ou não, de secagem estacionária (40±5ºC até 13% de umidade. Os resultados demonstram que a secagem utilizando 3min de microondas diminui a temperatura de pasta (TP em relação ao tratamento controle, antecipando a gelatinização do amido. A redução de viscosidade (RV e a retrogradação (RG diminuem gradativamente com o aumento da temperatura nos tratamentos. A partir de 1 min de microondas aumenta a viscosidade mínima (Vm. Os parâmetros viscosidade final (VF e máxima inicial (VMI não diferem entre as secagens, mas há uma tendência de aumento dos mesmos. Na análise alveográfica, a relação P/L e a força de glúten (W aumentam (P<0,05 com o tempo de aplicação das microondas, enquanto que o volume de sedimentação SDS não diferiu entre os tratamentos. A ação das microondas na secagem dos grãos provoca a diminuição da extensibilidade da massa. PALAVRAS-CHAVE: Trigo; microondas; secagem; reologia.

  6. Genes encoding α-amylase inhibitors are located in the short arms of chromosomes 3B, 3D and 6D of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Sánchez-Monge Laguna de Rins, Rosa; Barber, Domingo; Mendez, Enrique; García Olmedo, Francisco; Salcedo Duran, Gabriel

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    Three -amylase inhibitors, designated Inh. I, II and III have been purified from the 70% ethanol extract of hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and characterized by amino acid analysis, N-terminal amino acid sequencing and enzyme inhibition tests. Inhibitors I and III have identical N-terminal sequences and inhibitory properties to those of the previously described 0.19/0.53 group of dimeric inhibitors. Inhibitor II has an N-terminal sequence which is identical to that of the previously de...

  7. Effect of Sodium Cyanide on Wheat (Triticum durum cv. Altar and T. aestivum cv. Cumhuriyet)

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    Gemici, Meliha; Karshenass, A.M.; Tan, Kit

    2008-01-01

    The effect of sodium cyanide on the morphology of stem, leaves and grain yields of Triticum durum cv. Altar and Triticum aestivum cv. Cumhuriyet grown under glass was studied. Seeds were planted in six different sets of pots containing ordinary garden soil. After formation of the first leaves, the...... individual plants was monitored until grain production. It was found that the sodium cyanide concentrations in the feed solutions affected plant stature, with the plants becoming progressively dwarfed with increasing dosage. Anomalies in the morphological and anatomical structure of the plant were also noted...

  8. Generation of novel high quality HMW-GS genes in two introgression lines of Triticum aestivum/Agropyron elongatum

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    Chen Fanguo; Zhao Shuangyi; Liu Shuwei; Xia Guangmin

    2007-01-01

    Abstract Background High molecular weight glutenin subunits (HMW-GS) have been proved to be mostly correlated with the processing quality of common wheat (Triticum aestivum). But wheat cultivars have limited number of high quality HMW-GS. However, novel HMW-GS were found to be present in many wheat asymmetric somatic hybrid introgression lines of common wheat/Agropyron elongatum. Results To exploit how these new subunits were generated, we isolated HMW-GS genes from two sib hybrid lines (II-1...

  9. Ekmeklik buğdayda (Triticum aestivum L.) verim ögelerine tohum ön uygulaması olarak yaprak gübresinin etkisi

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    ULUKAN, Hakan

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    Aim of this research is to evaluate the effect of foliar fertilizer as seed pre-treatment at different concentrations and times to the yield components in the İkizce 96 common wheat (Triticum aestivum L) under field conditions of Central Anatolia in a split-split plot design with four replications during 1998-99 and 1999-2000 at the University of Ankara, Faculty of Agriculture, Haymana Research and Application Farm, Ankara, Turkey. According to results; plant height, spike length, number of s...

  10. Isolation of a wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) mutant in ABA 8′-hydroxylase gene: effect of reduced ABA catabolism on germination inhibition under field condition

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    Chono, Makiko; Matsunaka, Hitoshi; Seki, Masako; Fujita, Masaya; Kiribuchi-Otobe, Chikako; Oda, Shunsuke; Kojima, Hisayo; Kobayashi, Daisuke; Kawakami, Naoto

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    Pre-harvest sprouting, the germination of mature seeds on the mother plant under moist condition, is a serious problem in cereals. To investigate the effect of reduced abscisic acid (ABA) catabolism on germination in hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), we cloned the wheat ABA 8′-hydroxyase gene which was highly expressed during seed development (TaABA8′OH1) and screened for mutations that lead to reduced ABA catabolism. In a screen for natural variation, one insertion mutation in exon 5 o...

  11. The Effect of Different Gamma Radiation Doses Applied on Tokak 157/37 Barley (Hordeum vulgare) and Karahan 99 Wheat (Triticum aestivum) on M1 Generation

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    Kara, Yeşim; Zeynep ERGÜN; Havser ERTEM VAİZOĞULLAR

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    In this research study, the dose of different gamma radiation on seed germination of Hordeum vulgare TOKAK 157/37 barley kind and KARAHAN 99 wheatTriticum aestivum, and the mechanisms of the dose required to maximize the rate and percentage of germination and increased growth of root, seedling, TAEK was conducted in Ankara. The moisture rate has been %11, the barley and wheat seeds whose germination per cent is 98 % has been irradiated with 9 different doses between 0-600Gy in the centre of 6...

  12. ESTUDIO DE ALGUNOS GÉNEROS MICROBIANOS ASOCIADOS A DIFERENTES VARIEDADES DE TRIGO (Triticum aestivum L.) EN SUELO FERRALÍTICO ROJO

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    Annia Hernández; Plana, R.; Gloria M. Martín; J. L. Santander

    2002-01-01

    Se estudiaron los géneros bacterianos predominantes en la rizosfera de cuatro variedades de trigo (Triticum aestivum L.) crecido en un suelo Ferralítico Rojo. También se evaluó la quimioatracción de algunas rizobacterias hacia los exudados radicales de este cultivo. Se utilizó el Modelo Espermosférico para el aislamiento y los tubos colectores y la cámara de quimiotaxis modificada para la evaluación del efecto quimiotáctico de los exudados radicales. Los resultados obtenidos demostraron que e...

  13. Molecular cloning, phylogenetic analysis, and expression profiling of endoplasmic reticulum molecular chaperone BiP genes from bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Zhu, Jiantang; Hao, Pengchao; Chen, Guanxing; Han, Caixia; Li, Xiaohui; Zeller, Friedrich J; Hsam, Sai LK; Hu, Yingkao; Yan, Yueming

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    Background The endoplasmic reticulum chaperone binding protein (BiP) is an important functional protein, which is involved in protein synthesis, folding assembly, and secretion. In order to study the role of BiP in the process of wheat seed development, we cloned three BiP homologous cDNA sequences in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum), completed by rapid amplification of cDNA ends (RACE), and examined the expression of wheat BiP in wheat tissues, particularly the relationship between BiP expres...

  14. Miotoxicidade por organofosforados Organophosphate myotoxicity

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    Maria J. Cavaliere

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    Full Text Available Os organofosforados são um grupo de compostos químicos amplamente utilizados em agropecuária como inseticidas, ocasionando intoxicações acidentais em animais e humanos, e mesmo sendo utilizados em tentativas de suicídio. A toxicidade desses produtos decorre sobretudo de insuficiência cárdio-respiratória por compromentimento do sistema nervoso autônomo. Sabe-se que alguns destes compostos induzem em animais de experimentação e em humanos, uma miopatia caracterizada por degeneração de células musculares, comprometendo sobretudo a musculatura respiratória. Baseado no fato de que este comprometimento contribui para a piora da função respiratória, propõe-se um protocolo de avaliação rotineira de miotoxicidade por compostos organofosforados, através de uma bateria mínima e suficiente de colorações e reações histoquímicas para quantificação da necrose muscular. Utilizaram-se como modelo experimental, grupos de ratos albinos (Wistar intoxicados com o organofosforado paraoxon, com e sem antídotos (atropina ou pralidoxima. Verificou-se nos grupos tratados com paraoxon e paraoxon mais atropina, necrose de fibras musculares no diafragma, que atingia em determinadas áreas até 15% das fibras. No grupo tratado com paraoxon mais pralidoxima, a necrose foi mínima, evidenciando o papel mioprotetor deste último antídoto.Organophosphates comprise a group of chemical compounds extensively used in farming as insecticides, which cause accidental poisoning in animals and men and are also used in suicide attempts. The toxicity of these compounds is due especially to the cardiac and respiratory impairment in consequence of autonomic nervous system disorders. However, it is known that some of these products induce a myopathy in experimental animals and humans. This myopathy is characterized by muscle cell degeneration, involving above all the respiratory muscles. Based on the fact that this involvement certainly enhances the

  15. MEJORAMIENTO DE TRIGOS HARINEROS (Triticum aestivum L. EN LA ZONA CENTRO SUR DE CHILE.: ANALISIS DEL RENDIMIENTO Y VARIABLES ASOCIADAS EN TRIGOS DE PRIMAVERA Genetic improvement in bread wheats (Triticum aestivum L. in the South Central area of Chile.: Analysis of grain yield and related variables in spring varieties

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    Mario Mellado Z.

    2000-01-01

    Full Text Available Se realizaron experimentos de campo con once variedades de trigos (Triticum aestivum L. de primavera liberadas a la producción comercial entre 1971 y 1993, para evaluar la ganancia genética en rendimiento de grano y sus variables asociadas (biomasa, índice de cosecha, granos por espiga, peso de mil semillas y peso del hectolitro. Los genotipos fueron desarrollados en el Proyecto de Mejoramiento de Trigo del Centro Regional de Investigación Quilamapu, del Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias. Mexifén fue la primera variedad de este grupo, y se usó como variedad de referencia. Los experimentos se llevaron a cabo en Chillán, Chile, durante 1995 a 1998. En cada año se realizaron dos experimentos similares, con y sin control de enfermedades foliares, para evaluar la ganancia genética y el daño de las enfermedades respectivamente. El promedio de rendimiento de todas las variedades, durante los cuatro años, con fungicida fue de 9,02 t ha-1 y de 7,50 t ha-1 sin fungicida. No se detectó ganancia genética significativa en rendimiento de grano, ni en sus variables asociadas, con la excepción del peso de la semilla. En este último caso la ganancia genética fue de 22,1 mg grano-1 año-1. Se concluyó que las variedades distribuidas entre 1971 y 1993, no mostraron ganancia genética en rendimiento de grano y, que la razón principal para el cambio de variedades en ese período habría sido la resistencia genética a las enfermedades foliares.Field experiments with eleven spring wheat varieties released between 1971 and 1993 were carried out to assess genetic gain in yield potential and related variables (biomass, harvest index, kernels/spike, kernel weight and test weight. The genotypes tested were developed in the Quilamapu Wheat Breeding Program. Mexifén was the first enhanced variety of this group, and was used as the standard variety. The experiments were carried out at the Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias, Chillán, Chile

  16. Effects on growth and physiological parameters in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grown in soil and irrigated with cyanobacterial toxin contaminated water.

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    Pflugmacher, Stephan; Hofmann, Jeannette; Hübner, Bettina

    2007-12-01

    The present study investigates the germination and growth of Triticum aestivum exposed to two different microcystins (microcystin-LR [where the two variable places in the toxin molecule are leucine (L) and arginine (R) (MC-LR)] and microcystin-RR) and to cell-free cyanobacterial crude extract containing MC-LR. The concentration of the microcystins was set to 0.5 microg L(-1) and therefore is in the range of concentrations normally detected in the environment. In three experiments, the inhibition of germination, the inhibition of root and shoot development, photosynthesis, and activity of oxidative stress-response enzymes, such as glutathione-S-transferase, glutathione peroxidase, and glutathione reductase, were measured. All plants were placed in pots containing normal garden soil to investigate the effects of soil in the uptake of toxin by Triticum aestivum. The results showed clear effects on the morphology of roots and shoots, which were inhibited in exposures with cyanotoxins and crude extract. The inhibition of photosynthesis and the elevation of antioxidative-response enzymes indicate the generation of reactive oxygen species due to the exposure to the toxins resulting in oxidative stress for the plants. PMID:18020690

  17. Improving water use efficiency of wheat (triticum aestivum l. Giza 168) crop using 15N tracer technique under Egyptian environment

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    Refaie Emara, Eman Ibrahim; Hamed, Lamy Mamdoh Mohamed; Bocchi, Stefano; Galal, Yehia

    2015-04-01

    The Mediterranean environment is characterized by low and erratic rainfall amount which varies between (200-600 mm.year-1), and characterized also by high temperature which increase the rate of evapotranspiration from the cultivated soil. Under these conditions which have a great influence on crop production, there is a great needing to increase the crop water use efficiency. In this context, two field experiments were carried out in northern Cairo-Egypt, during November and December 2012 and April 2013, with two different textured soils. The soil in the first location (30° 16' N latitude, 30° 56' E longitude) is clay soil, while in the second one (30° 24' N latitude, 31° 35' E longitude) is sandy soil. The interaction effect of soil types, soil water regimes, nitrogen fertilizer application rates and timing on nitrogen balance of soil were studied, in terms of nitrogen gained by plant portions, remained in soil and losses through different ways for the wheat crop (Triticum aestivum L. Giza 168). The aim of this research is to increase the water use efficiency of wheat crop, in addition to identify the most proper and effective combinations of above-studied variables that provide a satisfactory grain wheat yield and finally to minimize the use of chemical nitrogen fertilizers. Three water regimes (100%, 75% and 50% of crop water requirements) using drip irrigation system and the application methods of Nitrogen rates, 100%, 80% and 60% of recommended rates, which are 178 Kg of Nitrogen for the clay soil and 238 Kg of Nitrogen for sandy soil, were applied to the two experimental fields. Ineed, two modes of agricultural management, mode A and B, were applied. Each mode is different than the other in terms of seedling and tillering practices, where mode A performed with 25% at seedling, 25% at tillering and 50% at jointing while mode B performed with 35% at seedling and 65% at tillering. The greatest limitation to growth and Nitrogen use efficiency was the amount

  18. Higher Ammonium Transamination Capacity Can Alleviate Glutamate Inhibition on Winter Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Root Growth under High Ammonium Stress.

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    Wang, Feng; Gao, Jingwen; Liu, Yang; Tian, Zhongwei; Muhammad, Abid; Zhang, Yixuan; Jiang, Dong; Cao, Weixing; Dai, Tingbo

    2016-01-01

    Most of the studies about NH4+ stress mechanism simply address the effects of free NH4+, failing to recognize the changed nitrogen assimilation products. The objective of this study was to elucidate the effects of glutamate on root growth under high ammonium (NH4+) conditions in winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Hydroponic experiments were conducted using two wheat cultivars, AK58 (NH4+-sensitive) and Xumai25 (NH4+-tolerant) with either 5 mM NH4+ nitrogen (AN) as stress treatment or 5 mM nitrate (NO3-) nitrogen as control. To evaluate the effects of NH4+-assimilation products on plant growth, 1 μM L-methionine sulfoximine (MSO) (an inhibitor of glutamine synthetase (GS)) and 1 mM glutamates (a primary N assimilation product) were added to the solutions, respectively. The AN significantly reduced plant biomass, total root length, surface area and root volume in both cultivars, but less effect was observed in Xumai25. The inhibition effects were alleviated by the application of MSO but strengthened by the application of glutamate. The AN increased the activities of GS, glutamate dehydrogenase (GDH) in both cultivars, resulting in higher glutamate contents. However, its contents were decreased by the application of MSO. Compared to AK58, Xumai25 showed lower glutamate contents due to its higher activities of glutamic-oxaloacetic transaminase (GOT) and glutamic-pyruvic transaminase (GPT). With the indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) contents decreasing in roots, the ratio of shoot to root in IAA was increased, and further increased by the application of glutamate, and reduced by the application of MSO, but the ratio was lower in Xumai25. Meanwhile, the total soluble sugar contents and its root to shoot ratio also showed similar trends. These results indicate that the NH4+-tolerant cultivar has a greater transamination ability to prevent glutamate over-accumulation to maintain higher IAA transport ability, and consequently promoted soluble sugar transport to roots, further

  19. Heading Date QTL in Winter Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Coincide with Major Developmental Genes VERNALIZATION1 and PHOTOPERIOD1

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    Hao, Yuan Feng; Johnson, Jerry; Harrison, Steve; Marshall, David

    2016-01-01

    In wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), time from planting to spike emergence is influenced by genes controlling vernalization requirement and photoperiod response. Characterizing the available genetic diversity of known and novel alleles of VERNALIZATION1 (VRN1) and PHOTOPERIOD1 (PPD1) in winter wheat can inform approaches for breeding climate resilient cultivars. This study identified QTL for heading date (HD) associated with multiple VRN1 and PPD1 loci in a population developed from a cross between two early flowering winter wheat cultivars. When the population was grown in the greenhouse after partial vernalization treatment, major heading date QTLs co-located with the VRN-A1 and VRN-B1 loci. Copy number variation at the VRN-A1 locus influenced HD such that RIL having three copies required longer cold exposure to transition to flowering than RIL having two VRN-A1 copies. Sequencing vrn-B1 winter alleles of the parents revealed multiple polymorphisms in the first intron that were the basis of mapping a major HD QTL coinciding with VRN-B1. A 36 bp deletion in the first intron of VRN-B1 was associated with earlier HD after partial vernalization in lines having either two or three haploid copies of VRN-A1. The VRN1 loci interacted significantly and influenced time to heading in field experiments in Louisiana, Georgia and North Carolina. The PPD1 loci were significant determinants of heading date in the fully vernalized treatment in the greenhouse and in all field environments. Heading date QTL were associated with alleles having large deletions in the upstream regions of PPD-A1 and PPD-D1 and with copy number variants at the PPD-B1 locus. The PPD-D1 locus was determined to have the largest genetic effect, followed by PPD-A1 and PPD-B1. Our results demonstrate that VRN1 and PPD1 alleles of varying strength allow fine tuning of flowering time in diverse winter wheat growing environments. PMID:27163605

  20. Verdad por definición

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    Garrido Garrido, Julián

    1997-07-01

    Full Text Available Not available.La verdad por definición es un tipo peculiar de verdad científica, distinguible de las verdades lógicas, matemáticas y empíricas. La definición, por su parte, designa diversos procedimientos de asignación de significado, cuyas diferencias exigen una adjetivación cuidadosa: definiciones ostensivas y operacionales, definiciones de diccionario y definiciones teóricas. Pero sólo las del último tipo son verdaderas por definición. En el presente artículo se precisa el concepto formal de definición teórica, se delimita la estructura de esos enunciados, se analiza la verdad por definición, y se comparan, por último, las definiciones teóricas con los otros tipos de definición.

  1. Evolution of NADPH-cytochrome P450 oxidoreductases (POR) in Apiales - POR 1 is missing

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    Andersen, Trine Bundgaard; Hansen, Niels Bjørn; Laursen, Tomas;

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    The NADPH-dependent cytochrome P450 oxidoreductase (POR) is the obligate electron donor to eukaryotic microsomal cytochromes P450 enzymes. The number of PORs within plant species is limited to one to four isoforms, with the most common being two PORs per plant. These enzymes provide electrons to ...

  2. Inheritance and localisation of resistance to ¤Mycosphaerella graminicola¤ causing septoria tritici blotch and plant height in the wheat (¤Triticum aestivum¤ L.) genome with DNA markers

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    Eriksen, L.; Borum, F.; Jahoor, A.

    2003-01-01

    Resistance to the disease septoria tritici blotch of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), caused by the fungus Mycosphaerella graminicola (Fuckel.) J. Schrot in Cohn (anamorph Septoria tritici Roberge in Desmaz.) was investigated in a doubled-haploid (DH) population of a cross between the susceptible...

  3. Association of puroindoline b-2 variants with grain traits, yield components and flag leaf size in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) varieties of Yellow and Huai Valley of China

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    A total of 169 wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) varieties (landraces and cultivars) were used to asses the relationship between Puroindoline D1 alleles and Puroindoline b-B2 variants and grain hardness, other grain traits, grain yield components, and flag leaf size. Results indicated that the average SK...

  4. La responsabilidad civil medioambiental por productos defectuosos

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    Siaka, Danny Clovis

    2014-01-01

    La tesis cuestiona por una parte la exhaustividad del marco regulador de la responsabilidad Civil por productos defectuosos y, por la otra, la singularidad de los daños medioambientales. Así, pretende, entre otros objetivos, contribuir en la construcción del Derecho Civil medioambiental, buscando, dentro del ámbito de protección de la legislación sobre productos defectuosos, el posible anclaje de los daños medioambientales. Gira en torno a la cuestión del régimen aplicable a supuesto...

  5. Verdad por definición

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    Garrido Garrido, Julián

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    Not available.La verdad por definición es un tipo peculiar de verdad científica, distinguible de las verdades lógicas, matemáticas y empíricas. La definición, por su parte, designa diversos procedimientos de asignación de significado, cuyas diferencias exigen una adjetivación cuidadosa: definiciones ostensivas y operacionales, definiciones de diccionario y definiciones teóricas. Pero sólo las del último tipo son verdaderas por definición. En el presente artículo se precisa el concepto formal ...

  6. 14 Nobel, preocupados por el CERN

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    Rivera, A

    2003-01-01

    "E l presidente del Consejo del CERN (Laboratorio Europeo de Fisica de Particulas, junto a Ginebra), Maurice Bourquin, ha recibido una carta firmada por un grupo de cientificos muy especiales: 14 premios Nobel de Fisica" (1 page).

  7. Intoxicación por Paraquat

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    Glenda Viales López

    2014-01-01

    El paraquat es un herbicida bipiridílico que actúa por contacto, se presenta en forma líquida en concentraciones del 20% para uso agrícola. Su nombre químico es eI 1-1´-dimetil-4-4- bipiridilo, con el nombre comercial de Gramoxone. La intoxicación por paraquat tiene una tasa de mortalidad elevada. La intoxicación grave se caracteriza por la afectación de múltiples órganos, principalmente los pulmones, los riñones y el hígado. El pulmón es el órgano diana en la intoxicación por paraquat y la i...

  8. Intoxicación por Paraquat

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    Glenda Viales López

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    Full Text Available El paraquat es un herbicida bipiridílico que actúa por contacto, se presenta en forma líquida en concentraciones del 20% para uso agrícola. Su nombre químico es eI 1-1´-dimetil-4-4- bipiridilo, con el nombre comercial de Gramoxone. La intoxicación por paraquat tiene una tasa de mortalidad elevada. La intoxicación grave se caracteriza por la afectación de múltiples órganos, principalmente los pulmones, los riñones y el hígado. El pulmón es el órgano diana en la intoxicación por paraquat y la insuficiencia respiratoria con fibrosis pulmonar aguda es la causa más común de muerte.

  9. La pintura vista por un pintor joven

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    Fuentes Pozo, Pedro

    2000-01-01

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    El pintor se define a lo largo del tiempo como un artista en mutación influenciado por la sociedad de su momento y por su propio mundo interior Esto ha contribuido a la creación de distintos estilos pictóricos y a una evolución que conlleva la despreocupación por el aspecto formal en aras de una introspección al mundo interior En el cambio constante se refleja la búsqueda del artista que valida la intemporalidad del arte. Así, el verdadero artista sobrevive al aplauso o rechazo de la crítica, convirtiéndose en un verdadero hombre renancentista preocupado por el hallazgo del conocimiento universal.

  10. Intoxicación por paraquat

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    Norma A. Hernández Hernández; Martínez, Miguel A.

    2000-01-01

    En el periodo comprendido de 1996 a 1999, se revisaron los expedientes clínicos de enfermos intoxicados por biperidilos (Paraquat), para determinar las principales manifestaciones, complicaciones, tratamiento y pronóstico del tóxico. Se realizó un estudio retrospectivo, transversal, descriptivo y observacional, en el área de Medicina Interna del Hospital General Dr. Gustavo A. Rovirosa Pérez. Se estudiaron 18 pacientes con intoxicación por paraquat, dos se excluyeron p...

  11. Photobiostimulation effects on germination and early growth of wheat seeds (Triticum aestivum L) produced by a semiconductor laser with λ=980nm

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    The effect of the exposure of wheat (Triticum aestivum L) seeds to a IR laser radiation with λ=980nm produced by a semiconductor laser on germination and early growth had been studied under laboratory conditions. Seeds were irradiated to one of two laser intensities 15 mWcm- ''2 or 30 mWcm-2 for different periods of time 30, 60 or 120 s. Seeds exposed to a light intensity of 15mWcm-2 and an exposition time of 30 s. showed an increase on the percentage of seeds germinated normally while the percentage of seeds germinated abnormally decreased. At the same time there is a stimulation effect on the growth of the stem and on the growth of the root of 10% on wheat seedlings over control seedlings. Significant differences (ρ < 0.001) were observed between the control and the above treatment. (Author)

  12. The determination of the C, N, O and trace element content of Triticum aestivum by activation analysis, X-ray excitation and mass spectrometry

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    The results of determinations of the C, N, O and trace element content of grains, sprouts and leaves of Triticum aestivum by means of various methods of activation analysis, X-ray excitation and mass spectrometry are presented. The C and O contents were determined by X-ray excitation; the O, N, P and Si contents were measured by NAA with 14-MeV neutrons, and the trace elements were determined by NAA with thermal neutrons. A mass-spectrometric survey analysis confirmed the results obtained by NAA. The use of neutron-induced nuclear reactions together with autoradiography enabled a representative picture to be formed of the spatial distribution in two dimensions of 14N in biological specimens. (author)

  13. Effect of gamma irradiation, evaporation retardants and transpiration suppressants on grain yield, nutrient uptake and moisture-use efficiency on bread wheat (Triticum aestivum)

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    A field trial was conducted on 'Malaviya 37' bread wheat (Triticum aestivum Linn. emend. Fiori and Paol.) in 1982-83 and 1983-84. It included 4 dos es of gamma irradiation of seeds (0, 2.5, 4.5 and 6.5 kR) and 5 treatments of evaporation retardants and transpiration suppressants, viz. control, rice (Oryza sativa Linn.) straw, wheat straw, rice straw + phenyl mercuric acetate (150 ppm) and wheat straw + kaolin (6 per cent). Seed irradiation with gamma-rays at 6.5 kR and wheat straw + kaolin gave 11.76 and 61.37 per cent higher yield than the control respectively. For moisture-use efficiency and NPK uptake these treatments also showed the same trend. (author). 12 refs

  14. The tRNATyr multigene family of Triticum aestivum: genome organization, sequence analyses and maturation of intron-containing pre-tRNAs in wheat germ extract.

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    Arends, S; Kraus, J; Beier, H

    1996-04-22

    Southern analysis of Triticum DNA has revealed that nuclear tRNATyr genes are dispersed at a minimum of 16 loci in the genome. We have isolated six independent tRNATyr genes from a Triticum aestivum library in addition to three known members of the Triticum tRNATyr family. Four of the sequenced tRNATyr genes code for Triticum tRNA Tyr and two code for tRNA2Tyr. Three genes encode tRNAsTyr which carry one or two nucleotide substitutions as compared to the conventional genes. The nine Triticum tRNATyr genes possess highly conserved intron sequences ranging in size from 12 to 14 nucleotides. A common secondary intron structure with the 5' and 3' splice site loops separated by five base pairs can be formed by all pre-tRNAs Tyr which are efficiently spliced in the homologous wheat germ extract. PMID:8617358

  15. Over-expression of a tobacco nitrate reductase gene in wheat (Triticum aestivum L. increases seed protein content and weight without augmenting nitrogen supplying.

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    Xiao-Qiang Zhao

    Full Text Available Heavy nitrogen (N application to gain higher yield of wheat (Triticum aestivum L. resulted in increased production cost and environment pollution. How to diminish the N supply without losing yield and/or quality remains a challenge. To meet the challenge, we integrated and expressed a tobacco nitrate reductase gene (NR in transgenic wheat. The 35S-NR gene was transferred into two winter cultivars, "Nongda146" and "Jimai6358", by Agrobacterium-mediation. Over-expression of the transgene remarkably enhanced T1 foliar NR activity and significantly augmented T2 seed protein content and 1000-grain weight in 63.8% and 68.1% of T1 offspring (total 67 individuals analyzed, respectively. Our results suggest that constitutive expression of foreign nitrate reductase gene(s in wheat might improve nitrogen use efficiency and thus make it possible to increase seed protein content and weight without augmenting N supplying.

  16. Changes in host-mycorrhiza relationships revealed by stable isotopes after naturally-induced thinning of the stand: case study on Tuber aestivum.

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    Gavrichkova, Olga; Lauteri, Marco; Ciolfi, Marco; Chiocchini, Francesca; Paris, Pierluigi; Pisanelli, Andrea; Portarena, Silvia; Brugnoli, Enrico

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    Terrestrial plants overcome nutrients and water limitations by forming mutualistic associations with mycorrhizal fungi. Fungi, in return, take advantage from the carbohydrates supplied by the host. Some mycorrhizal fruit bodies, like that of Tuber spp., have a peculiar gastronomic value with many efforts being undertaken to predict and enhance their productivity. However, many issues of truffle-producing mycorrhizal ecology are still poorly understood, in particular optimal conditions favoring fruit formation, potential host plants and host-mycorrhiza relationships. In this study, we tested the applicability of stable isotope measurements under natural abundance to identify the plants which likely host the mycorrhiza of Tuber aestivum and to characterize host-mycorrhizal nutrient, water and carbohydrate exchange under plant natural growing conditions and with the change of the forest cover after naturally occurred thinning. For these purposes, sampling of the fruit bodies of T. aestivum was performed during the growing season 2011 in a mixed broadleaved-coniferous forest in central Italy (initially the site was a manmade pine plantation). Nine truffle-producing parcels were identified with five being composed of the original Pinus pinaster -dominated vegetation and four in which pine was replaced by broadleaf species after both wind-induced thinning and natural dieback of pine trees. Seasonal variation of δ13C, δ15N and δ18O were analyzed in the fungal material, in the surrounding soil and in the plant material of the potential host species (xylem water in the trunk, branches and leaves, recently assimilated carbohydrates in phloem and leaves). The results showed a possibility of the identification of the mycorrhizal host species applying isotope analyses, with mycorrhiza receiving most part of the carbohydrates from the pine in pine-dominated parcels. Interestingly, in thinned parcels, the truffle bodies maintained isotope composition similar to bodies gathered

  17. Effects of mono- and intercropping on growth and boron uptake of wheat plant (triticum aestivum l.) cultivated on boron-contaminated media

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    Wheat plant (Triticum aestivum L.) was grown as main crop while clover (Medicago sativa L.) and sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) were used as intercrops. Boron was applied in the form of Boric Acid (25, 50, and 75 mg L-1). The amount of chlorophyll, carotenoid, proline, B, Ca, K, and P were determined together with % DW and % EC. % DW, total chlorophyll, and carotenoid contents in monocrop and intercrop leaves grown wheat plants decreased in comparison with the control group. However, increases in mentioned parameters were observed in wheat-clover intercrops. Additionally, % EC values and proline contents in the leaves of mono-cultivated wheat plant were higher compared to the control group. Intercropping of wheat plant with clover and sunflower resulted in decreased values. Furthermore, element contents of the mono-cultivated wheat leaves decreased while these values increased when intercropping with clover. (author)

  18. Effect of magnetic field treatment on the germination, zinc ion uptake and utilization of 65Zn on wheat (Triticum aestivum l.) variety UP2526

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    The germination characteristics of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) variety UP2526 seeds, and zinc uptake and its utilization by wheat plants using radiotracer 65Zn technique along with varying magnetic field strengths were studied under the laboratory condition in soil culture. The germination was observed with respect to time (days) and gamma activity was measured by calibrated NaI (Tl) gamma ray spectrometer. It was observed that germination for each treatment were, in general, higher than corresponding control values. The uptake of zinc via shoot to grain in matured plant grown from 100 m Tesla (10 min) treated wet seeds and 150 m Tesla (30 min) treated dry seeds was found to be higher as compared to the control one and other treated seeds. (author)

  19. La conquista de Niebla por Alfonso X

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    La conquista de Niebla en 660 H/1262 d.n.e. por el rey Alfonso X (1252-1284) puso fin a los cinco siglos y medio de Historia andalusí de dicha ciudad, largo período iniciado desde su sumisión por `Abd al- c Aziz b. Milsá en 94/713, al comienzo de la irrupción islámica en la Península Ibérica. Se trata, por lo tanto, de un episodio de gran relevancia en el devenir histórico de esta localidad, que ya desde época visigoda fue el principal núcleo urbano del territorio onubens...

  20. Cruzando la cordillera por Manizales, al Magdalena

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    Corredor logístico propuesto por la UN-SMP, proyecto modulable a futuro que iniciaría con el Ferrocarril Cafetero como tren de montaña y posteriormente desarrollaría La Transversal Cafetera como vía de primer orden, ambos cruzando la cordillera por el Túnel Cumanday (doble). Este sistema de transporte de carga que articula la Región Andina, se financiaría con el carbón andino, al integrar el Altiplano con los mares de Colombia, y el corredor del Cauca con el Magdalena Centro, será el cataliza...

  1. PANORAMA LATINOAMERICANO DEL PAGO POR SERVICIOS AMBIENTALES

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    González T. Ángela

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    Full Text Available Este documento busca proveer al lector de algunos elementos para el análisis y reflexión en torno al pago por servicios ambientales. Para ello, en primera instancia, aborda algunos conceptos básicos relacionados con economía ambiental, seguido de temas como la valoración económica de servicios ambientales y la implementación de mecanismos de pago por algunos de ellos. Lo anterior esta enriquecido con experiencias o estudios de caso a nivel latinoamericano y colombiano.

  2. Neumopericardio debido a herida por arma blanca

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    Samuel I. Merino Barrera; Francisco L. Moreno-Martínez

    2015-01-01

    Hombre de 24 años de edad que ingresó en el hospital debido a una herida por arma blanca penetrante en el hemitórax derecho. La herida, de 3 cm a nivel de la piel, se localizaba a nivel del segundo espacio intercostal derecho y la radiografía de tórax demostró un neumotórax del mismo lado y una colección radiotransparente, por debajo del pericardio parietal, desde el origen de los grandes vasos hasta la porción apical del ventrículo izquierdo.

  3. Panorama latinoamericano del pago por servicios ambientales

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    González T. Ángela; Riascos A. Eliana

    2008-01-01

    Este documento busca proveer al lector de algunos elementos para el análisis y reflexión en torno al pago por servicios ambientales. Para ello, en primera instancia, aborda algunos conceptos básicos relacionados con economía ambiental, seguido de temas como la valoración económica de servicios ambientales y la implementación de mecanismos de pago por algunos de ellos. Lo anterior esta enriquecido con experiencias o estudios de caso a nivel latinoamericano y colombiano.

  4. Por un archivo digital de literatura experimental

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    El motivo de esta reflexión es abordar el modo en que el hipertexto y el hipermedia contribuyen al ejercicio de la creación literaria y de esta forma, promueven y justifican una redefinición del concepto de archivo. Como objeto de este estudio presentamos algunos ejemplos de literatura electrónica de Portugal y de Brasil que, por sus características formales, problematizan su posibilidad de diseminación y preservación. Se indaga, por eso, sobre la utilidad que podría obtenerse del archivo tra...

  5. Neumopericardio debido a herida por arma blanca

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    Samuel I. Merino Barrera

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    Full Text Available Hombre de 24 años de edad que ingresó en el hospital debido a una herida por arma blanca penetrante en el hemitórax derecho. La herida, de 3 cm a nivel de la piel, se localizaba a nivel del segundo espacio intercostal derecho y la radiografía de tórax demostró un neumotórax del mismo lado y una colección radiotransparente, por debajo del pericardio parietal, desde el origen de los grandes vasos hasta la porción apical del ventrículo izquierdo.

  6. Choque séptico por ehrliquiosis

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    Viviana Hernández-de Mezerville; Juan I Padilla-Cuadra

    2007-01-01

    La ehrliquiosis humana es una infección zoonótica transmitida por "garrapatas duras" causada por Anaplasma sp y Ehrlichia sp. Puede presentarse como un cuadro pseudogripal con fiebre, malestar general, mialgias y cefalea o hasta un choque séptico con falla multiorgánica y muerte. La mitad de los pacientes requieren atención hospitalaria en algún momento y se reporta una mortalidad de hasta el 5% secundaria a enfermedades oportunistas o a hemorragias. El diagnóstico se puede sospechar visualiz...

  7. Endoftalmite por Candida albicans Candida albicans endophthalmitis

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    Pedro Duraes Serracarbassa; Patrícia Dotto

    2003-01-01

    O autor descreve os aspectos epidemiológicos, histopatológicos e clínicos da endoftalmite endógena por Candida albicans. Apresenta ainda novos métodos diagnósticos e opções terapêuticas utilizadas no tratamento das infecções fúngicas intra-oculares, por meio de revisão bibliográfica.The author describes epidemiological, histopathological and clinical aspects of endogenous Candida albicans endophthalmitis. He also presents new diagnostic methods and therapeutical options to treat intraocular f...

  8. superficial por soldadura automática

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    Elvis López B.

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available En el siguiente trabajo se evalúa el aumento de la resistencia al desgaste abrasivo de las superficies de trabajo de aperos para la labranza de suelos, luego de aplicar el recargue superficial por el método de soldadura automática por arco sumergida (SAAS, utilizando para ello un fundente cerámico obtenido a partir de la reconstitución de la escoria del propio proceso. Se realizan mediciones de macrodureza, microdureza y resitencia al desgaste, se determina además el índice de desgate en condiciones de campo, utilizando medios reales de labranza de suelos.

  9. Endoftalmite por Candida albicans Candida albicans endophthalmitis

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    Pedro Duraes Serracarbassa

    2003-10-01

    Full Text Available O autor descreve os aspectos epidemiológicos, histopatológicos e clínicos da endoftalmite endógena por Candida albicans. Apresenta ainda novos métodos diagnósticos e opções terapêuticas utilizadas no tratamento das infecções fúngicas intra-oculares, por meio de revisão bibliográfica.The author describes epidemiological, histopathological and clinical aspects of endogenous Candida albicans endophthalmitis. He also presents new diagnostic methods and therapeutical options to treat intraocular fungal infections, based on literature review.

  10. La evaluación por competencias

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    Dorda Partearroyo, Juan Ignacio

    2000-01-01

    La evaluación por competencias se ha convertido en lugar común de reflexión y discusión, especialmente en la última década, en donde se han propuesto diversas miradas y aproximaciones no solamente a lo que se ha denominado competencias sino, y con bastante agudeza, a aquello que representa la evaluación en el proceso educativo y más allá, a lo que consideramos como «lo educativo». Esta confluencia de palabras -evaluación por competenciasen una expresión que ha causado «congestión» en...

  11. TaHsfA6f is a transcriptional activator that regulates a suite of heat stress protection genes in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) including previously unknown Hsf targets

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    Xue, Gang-ping; Drenth, Janneke; McIntyre, C. Lynne

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    Heat stress is a significant environmental factor adversely affecting crop yield. Crop adaptation to high-temperature environments requires transcriptional reprogramming of a suite of genes involved in heat stress protection. This study investigated the role of TaHsfA6f, a member of the A6 subclass of heat shock transcription factors, in the regulation of heat stress protection genes in Triticum aestivum (bread wheat), a poorly understood phenomenon in this crop species. Expression analysis s...

  12. Pedro Teixeira y su viaje por Mesopotamia

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    Fuente del Pilar, José Javier

    2005-04-01

    Full Text Available Pedro Teixeira es un integrante notable de la ilustre nómina de los viajeros portugueses que, a finales del s, XVI y principios del XVII, ensancharon para Occidente las fronteras del mundo. Su conocimiento en España se debe a la publicación en 1994 de su obra «Relaciones del Origen, Descendencia y Sucesión de los Reyes de Persia, y de Harmuz, y de un viaje hecho por el autor dende la India hasta Italia por tierra», en edición realizada por el profesor Eduardo Barajas Sala, lamentablemente fallecido en 1997. En este artículo se ofrece una reseña biográfica de Pedro Teixeira, y un análisis del viaje narrado por el autor en la última parte de sus «Relaciones »: el que desde Ormuz le conducirá, a través de Mesopotamia, hasta la costa del Mediterráneo.…

  13. Development of Triticum aestivum-Leymus racemosus ditelosomic substitution line 7Lr#1S(7A) with resistance to wheat scab and its meiotic behavior analysis

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    WANG LinSheng; CHEN PeiDu

    2008-01-01

    Leymus racemosus is highly resistant to wheat scab (Fusarum head bright). The transfer of scab re-sistant gene from L. racemosus to Triticum aestivum is of great significance for broadening the base of wheat resistance. In the present study, the pollen of T. aestivum-L, racemosus monosomic addition linewith scab resistance was treated by irradiation with 1200 R 60Co-γ-rays prior to pollinating to emasculated wheat cv. Mianyang 85-45. Nine plants with a telocentric chromosome 7Lr#1S were observed in M1,and one ditelosomic substitution line 7Lr#1S was selected from selfcrossing progenies and confirmed by chromosome C-banding and GISH. Furthermore, a co-dominant EST-SSR marker CINAU 31 was em-ployed to identify this substitution line. A pair of chromosome 7A of common wheat were found to be replaced by a pair of telocentric chromosome 7Lr#1S, and further investigation showed that chromo-some configuration of the substitution line at MI of PMCs after GISH was 17.50(Ⅱ) w + 2.19 (Ⅱ)w +0.42 (Ⅱ)7Lr#1S + 1.08 Ⅰ7Lr#1S + 0.69 Ⅰw. Two telocentric chromosomes paired as a bivalent in 59.7% of PMCs.Abnormal chromosome behaviors of telocentric chromosomes were observed in part of PMCs at ana-phase Ⅰ and telophase Ⅰ, including the moving of two telocentric chromosomes to the same pole, lag-ging and earlier separation of their sister chromatid. All these abnormal behaviors can be grouped into three distinct types of tetrads according to different numbers of 7Lr#1S in their daughter cells and various micronucieus in some tetrads. However, due to the high transmission frequency of the female and male gametes with a 7Lr#1S, 84% of the selfcrossing progeny plants had ditelosomic substitution. The substitution line showed high resistance to wheat scab in a successive two-year test both in the greenhouse and field; hence, the line will be particularly valuable for alien gene mapping, small frag-ment translocation induction and telosomic cytological behavior analysis.

  14. Responsabilidad penal del empleador por delitos cometidos en la empresa por sus subordinados

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    Walter Jose Saavedra Troncoso

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    Full Text Available En este trabajo se realiza un estudio sobre la responsabilidad penal del empresario por los actos al margen de la ley que cometen sus subordinados. Se busca aclarar si el empresario debe responder penalmente cuando el delito es cometido por un subordinado en ejercicio de sus funciones o cuando este actúa a nombre de la empresa ya sea valiéndose de la información que manejan, del grado de responsabilidad o de la confianza. Por esta razón concentraremos nuestra atención en analizar la responsabilidad penal por la omisión de controles del empresario hacia el subordinado, exponiendo la problemática que se deriva de la posición de garante del primero en las operaciones empresariales.

  15. Tomate industrial con riego por cinta

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    Adán Fimbres-Fontes

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    La región agrícola de Caborca cuenta con una superficie de 40 000 ha, las cuales se riegan con agua proveniente de aproximadamente 700 pozos. El abatimiento del manto acuífero es, en promedio, de 0.82 m año-1 y, en 25 años, ha sido de 20.50 m, medidos al nivel estático. El agua es uno de los factores más importantes en la producción de cualquier cultivo en la región. El objetivo del presente trabajo fue optimizar la cantidad de agua por aplicar al tomate industrial cultivado con riego por cin...

  16. Celulitis por cuerpo extraño

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    Miguel B. Carrasco Guzmán

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    Full Text Available Las infecciones de la piel y el tejido celular subcutáneo surgen como un grupo importante de afecciones con una alta morbilidad en edades pediátricas, generalmente relacionada con traumatismo y cuerpos extraños. Se presenta el caso de una escolar femenina de 6 años de edad, con síntomas y signos clínicos que sugieren celulitis en el muslo derecho,  por su evolución tórpida se le realizó el estudio ultrasonográfico que confirmó el diagnóstico etiológico de una celulitis secundaria a un traumatismo, provocada por la introducción de un gran cuerpo extraño, que pasó inadvertido para a familia de la menor.

  17. Muestreo por conglomerados en encuestas poblacionales

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    Zapata-Ossa, Helmer de Jesús; Angela M Cubides-Munévar; María C. López; Pinzón-Gómez, Elisa M.; Filigrana-Villegas, Paola A.; Cassiani-Miranda, Carlos A.

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    Objetivo Describir la técnica estadística del muestreo por conglomerados en encuestas de salud poblacionales. Métodos Se describen los aspectos más importantes de cada uno de los pasos metodológicos   haciendo énfasis en los fundamentos del Muestreo por Conglomerados. Éste se aplicó sobre una población  de aproximadamente 100 000 habitantes de la comuna 18 de Cali. La muestra abarcó 30 manzanas y se encuestaron 3 026 personas. La información se recolectó usando el Sistema de Información de ba...

  18. Atividade de glutationa S-transferase na metabolização de acetochlor, atrazine e oxyfluorfen em milho (Zea mays L., sorgo (Sorghum bicolor L. e trigo (Triticum aestivum L. (Poaceae Glutathione S-transferase activity in acetochlor, atrazine and oxyfluorfen metabolization in maize (Zea mays L., sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. and wheat (Triticum aestivumL. (Poaceae

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    Ethel Lourenzi Barbosa Novelli

    2002-05-01

    Full Text Available Este experimento foi conduzido para avaliar a seletividade em plantas dos herbicidas acetochlor, atrazine e oxyfluorfen em relação à atividade da glutationa S-transferase (GST em plantas de milho (Zea mays L., sorgo (Sorghum bicolor L. e trigo (Triticum aestivum L. (Poaceae. A atividade da GST foi detectada às 24, 48 e 72 horas após as aplicaç��es dos tratamentos. Os tratamentos do experimento consistiram de aplicação com água (controle, acetochlor (3 L.ha-1, atrazine (4 L.ha-1 e oxyfluorfen (1 L.ha-1. As maiores atividades de GST foram observadas na presença de acetochlor, principalmente às 48 horas após o tratamento. Esses aumentos foram 105, 148 e 118% em relação ao controle para milho, sorgo e trigo, respectivamente. É sugerido que a GST pode ter papel na degradação de acetochlor e pode ser uma das razões para a seletividade desse herbicida para essas culturas.This experiment was conducted to evaluate the acetochlor, atrazine and oxyfluorfen herbicides plant selectivity, in relation to glutathione S-transferase activity (GST in maize (Zea mays L., sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. and wheat (Triticum aestivum L (Poaceae plants. GST activity was detected 24, 48 and 72 hours after treatment applications. The experiment's treatments consisted of spraying plants with water (control, acetochlor (3 L.ha-1`, atrazine (4 L.ha-1 and oxyfluorfen (1 L.ha-1. The highest GST activities were observed in presence of acetochlor, mainly at 48 hours after treatment. These increments were 105, 148 and 118% when compared to maize, sorghum and wheat control groups, respectively. It is suggested that the GST may have a role in acetochlor degradation and it may be a reason for this herbicide's selectivity in these crops.

  19. Structural Insights into the PorK and PorN Components of the Porphyromonas gingivalis Type IX Secretion System.

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    Gorasia, Dhana G; Veith, Paul D; Hanssen, Eric G; Glew, Michelle D; Sato, Keiko; Yukitake, Hideharu; Nakayama, Koji; Reynolds, Eric C

    2016-08-01

    The type IX secretion system (T9SS) has been recently discovered and is specific to Bacteroidetes species. Porphyromonas gingivalis, a keystone pathogen for periodontitis, utilizes the T9SS to transport many proteins including the gingipain virulence factors across the outer membrane and attach them to the cell surface via a sortase-like mechanism. At least 11 proteins have been identified as components of the T9SS including PorK, PorL, PorM, PorN and PorP, however the precise roles of most of these proteins have not been elucidated and the structural organization of these components is unknown. In this study, we purified PorK and PorN complexes from P. gingivalis and using electron microscopy we have shown that PorN and the PorK lipoprotein interact to form a 50 nm diameter ring-shaped structure containing approximately 32-36 subunits of each protein. The formation of these rings was dependent on both PorK and PorN, but was independent of PorL, PorM and PorP. PorL and PorM were found to form a separate stable complex. PorK and PorN were protected from proteinase K cleavage when present in undisrupted cells, but were rapidly degraded when the cells were lysed, which together with bioinformatic analyses suggests that these proteins are exposed in the periplasm and anchored to the outer membrane via the PorK lipid. Chemical cross-linking and mass spectrometry analyses confirmed the interaction between PorK and PorN and further revealed that they interact with the PG0189 outer membrane protein. Furthermore, we established that PorN was required for the stable expression of PorK, PorL and PorM. Collectively, these results suggest that the ring-shaped PorK/N complex may form part of the secretion channel of the T9SS. This is the first report showing the structural organization of any T9SS component. PMID:27509186

  20. Intoxicación por drogas

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    I. Gainza

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available El consumo de drogas ilegales en nuestro país ha experimentado un notable cambio en los últimos años, relegando a la heroína e incorporando la cocaína, los derivados anfetamínicos como el "éxtasis" (MDMA, el "éxtasis líquido" (GHB y, en menor medida, la ketamina. Se lleva a cabo una revisión de la intoxicación aguda por opiáceos y de su tratamiento en los servicios de urgencias, teniendo en cuenta el descenso progresivo de los casos que se presentan con el advenimiento de nuevas formas de administración, así como la presencia de nuevas drogas adictivas que han dado lugar a un desplazamiento en los hábitos de consumo. Se expone la intoxicación por cocaína haciendo referencia a la clínica, el diagnóstico y el tratamiento. Se realiza una revisión sobre el cannabis y sus derivados, la historia de su consumo y preparaciones utilizadas, los efectos que producen en los distintos sistemas del organismo y sus principales mecanismos de acción. Por último se comentan los efectos del LSD y de las setas alucinógenas.

  1. Intoxicación aguda por plaguicidas

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    Durán-Nah Jaime Jesús

    2000-01-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Describir la epidemiología de la intoxicación aguda por plaguicidas (IAP en el Hospital General O'Horán de Mérida, Yucatán, México. MATERIAL Y MÉTODOS: Se revisaron los expedientes de 33 pacientes superscript three 13 años, tratados en una unidad de cuidados intensivos (UCI, entre 1994 y 1998. Se recopilaron variables demográficas y clínicas relevantes, y se aplicó estadística descriptiva. RESULTADOS: En la población estudiada predominó el sexo masculino (82% del medio rural (70%, y la edad media fue de 34 ± 15.8 años. El intento de suicidio fue causa frecuente de IAP (79%, y en 33% de los casos la intoxicación se produjo por la utilización de organofosforados. La mortalidad fue de 12%. CONCLUSIONES: La IAP fue baja entre los sujetos del medio rural, por lo que los resultados de este estudio parecen no reflejar la realidad del problema. Es importante añadir que los plaguicidas son utilizados con relativa frecuencia para el intento de suicidio.

  2. Leibniz damnificado por el terremoto de Lisboa

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    Evaristo ÁLVAREZ MUÑOZ

    2009-11-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN: En las páginas que siguen se argumenta que al filósofo alemán Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz —fallecido en Hannover en 1716— o, al menos, a su obra Teodicea, cabría contarlos, echadas las cuentas de la manera que se verá, entre las víctimas del terremoto de Lisboa de 1755. Asimismo se subraya la persistencia del pensamiento de Leibniz en las respuestas dadas por los filósofos del siglo XVIII al trágico suceso. Se estudian las reacciones de Voltaire, de Rousseau y de Kant ante los estragos provocados por el seísmo y se concluye que las manifestaciones de los dos primeros ya habían sido previstas en Teodicea e, incluso, la vía científica pretendida por Kant había sido abierta en Protogaea.ABSTRACT: It is argued here that German philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, passed away in 1716, and, specially, that his work Teodicea, could be considered amongst the victims of the Lisbon earthquake of 1755. The persistence of the Leibniz’s thought in the answers given by the philosophers of the 18th Century to the tragic event is also emphasized. Voltaire and Rousseau’s reactions to the damage caused by the earthquake had been anticipated in Teodicea and the scientific way followed by Kant had been initiated in Protogaea.

  3. Por un humor ético

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    Victor Paramo Valero

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available Ética del humor es una obra original, abundantemente documentada, de contenido científico y filosófico, que aborda un problema de gran importancia en los actuales estudios de éticas aplicadas. La ética del humor es una nueva ética aplicada que pretende comprender el fenómeno del humor a la luz de sus implicaciones éticas. Como señala el autor, Juan Carlos Siurana, reputado experto en el ámbito de la filosofía práctica, el interés por el humor es un interés por la ética. En la obra no presenta una nueva teoría filosófica del humor –las cuales se han venido sucediendo, al menos, desde los Diálogos de Platón–, sino una nueva teoría ética, que toma al humor como objeto principal de análisis. Por tanto, la finalidad es realizar una aportación dentro del ámbito de la ética. Para ello se nutre de distintos estudios psicológicos, biológicos, fisiológicos y neurológicos sobre el humor, así como de clásicas obras de filosofía que han abordado esta cuestión.

  4. When Isolated at Full Receptivity, in Vitro Fertilized Wheat (Triticum aestivum, L. Egg Cells Reveal [Ca2+]cyt Oscillation of Intracellular Origin

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    Zsolt Pónya

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    Full Text Available During in vitro fertilization of wheat (Triticum aestivum, L. in egg cells isolated at various developmental stages, changes in cytosolic free calcium ([Ca2+]cyt were observed. The dynamics of [Ca2+]cyt elevation varied, reflecting the difference in the developmental stage of the eggs used. [Ca2+]cyt oscillation was exclusively observed in fertile, mature egg cells fused with the sperm cell. To determine how [Ca2+]cyt oscillation in mature egg cells is generated, egg cells were incubated in thapsigargin, which proved to be a specific inhibitor of the endoplasmic reticulum (ER Ca2+-ATPase in wheat egg cells. In unfertilized egg cells, the addition of thapsigargin caused an abrupt transient increase in [Ca2+]cyt in the absence of extracellular Ca2+, suggesting that an influx pathway for Ca2+ is activated by thapsigargin. The [Ca2+]cyt oscillation seemed to require the filling of an intracellular calcium store for the onset of which, calcium influx through the plasma membrane appeared essential. This was demonstrated by omitting extracellular calcium from (or adding GdCl3 to the fusion medium, which prevented [Ca2+]cyt oscillation in mature egg cells fused with the sperm. Combined, these data permit the hypothesis that the first sperm-induced transient increase in [Ca2+]cyt depletes an intracellular Ca2+ store, triggering an increase in plasma membrane Ca2+ permeability, and this enhanced Ca2+ influx results in [Ca2+]cyt oscillation.

  5. Making the most of the hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Genome: Usage of gamma ray mutants for high throughput positional cloning

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    The Triticum aestivum L. genome went through two polyploidisation events in the course of evolution. The result is a very complex structure that is limiting molecular based studies, making of wheat one of the last species for which a shift toward high throughput approaches has not yet been completed. We discuss here (i) how the wheat genome structure buffers the lethality associated with treatments at high dosage of gamma ray and (ii) how this high dosage generates an easy detectable binary polymorphism, at both phenotypic (1=M0 vs 0=KO mutant) and genotypic (1=Retention vs 0=Deletion) levels, (iii) how we exploited this 2 point difference to normalise for the genomic background influence when phenotyping early generations and (iv) to develop PCR based markers independent from allelic polymorphism. In particular, we are discussing the usage of a DARK Real Time marker design, free from needs of subgenome specificity, for direct genotyping of radiation mutants. A low resolution coretention map for the positioning of a boron toxicity tolerance gene, Bo1, on chromosome 7BL, is presented and the mapping resolution discussed in comparison with a genetic map. In conclusion, the usage of gamma ray mutagenesis represents a very expedient method to make the most of the very complex hexaploid wheat genome. (author)

  6. A sampling system for estimating the cultivation of wheat (Triticum aestivum L) from LANDSAT data. M.S. Thesis - 21 Jul. 1983

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    Parada, N. D. J. (Principal Investigator); Moreira, M. A.

    1983-01-01

    Using digitally processed MSS/LANDSAT data as auxiliary variable, a methodology to estimate wheat (Triticum aestivum L) area by means of sampling techniques was developed. To perform this research, aerial photographs covering 720 sq km in Cruz Alta test site at the NW of Rio Grande do Sul State, were visually analyzed. LANDSAT digital data were analyzed using non-supervised and supervised classification algorithms; as post-processing the classification was submitted to spatial filtering. To estimate wheat area, the regression estimation method was applied and different sample sizes and various sampling units (10, 20, 30, 40 and 60 sq km) were tested. Based on the four decision criteria established for this research, it was concluded that: (1) as the size of sampling units decreased the percentage of sampled area required to obtain similar estimation performance also decreased; (2) the lowest percentage of the area sampled for wheat estimation with relatively high precision and accuracy through regression estimation was 90% using 10 sq km s the sampling unit; and (3) wheat area estimation by direct expansion (using only aerial photographs) was less precise and accurate when compared to those obtained by means of regression estimation.

  7. Low molecular weight glutenin subunit gene Glu-B3h confers superior dough strength and breadmaking quality in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.).

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    Wang, Yaping; Zhen, Shoumin; Luo, Nana; Han, Caixia; Lu, Xiaobing; Li, Xiaohui; Xia, Xianchun; He, Zhonghu; Yan, Yueming

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    Low molecular weight glutenin subunit is one of the important quality elements in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Although considerable allelic variation has been identified, the functional properties of individual alleles at Glu-3 loci are less studied. In this work, we performed the first comprehensive study on the molecular characteristics and functional properties of the Glu-B3h gene using the wheat cultivar CB037B and its Glu-B3 deletion line CB037C. The results showed that the Glu-B3h deletion had no significant effects on plant morphological or yield traits, but resulted in a clear reduction in protein body number and size and main quality parameters, including inferior mixing property, dough strength, loaf volume, and score. Molecular characterization showed that the Glu-B3h gene consists of 1179 bp, and its encoded B-subunit has a longer repetitive domain and an increased number of α-helices, as well as higher expression, which could contribute to superior flour quality. The SNP-based allele-specific PCR markers designed for the Glu-B3h gene were developed and validated with bread wheat holding various alleles at Glu-B3 locus, which could effectively distinguish the Glu-B3h gene from others at the Glu-B3 locus, and have potential applications for wheat quality improvement through marker-assisted selection. PMID:27273251

  8. Field study on the uptake and translocation of perfluoroalkyl acids (PFAAs) by wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grown in biosolids-amended soils

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    Field experiments were performed to evaluate the uptake and translocation of perfluoroalkyl acids (PFAAs) in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grown in soils amended with biosolids at different rates. Nine perfluorocarboxylic acids (PFCAs) and three perfluorosulfonic acids (PFSAs) were detected in the soils and wheat tissues. Total concentrations of PFAAs in the soils and wheat root, straw, husk and grain increased with increasing application of biosolids. PFCA concentrations in grain increased logarithmically with increasing PFCA concentrations in soils (P root/Csoil) and PFAA carbon chain length, the transfer factors from roots to straws (Cstraw/Croot) and from straws to grains (Cgrain/Cstraw) correlated negatively with PFAA carbon chain length (P < 0.01). Highlights: • The uptake and translocation of PFAAs by wheat was conducted under field study. • PFAAs in soils and wheat increased with increasing application of biosolids. • The transfer factors from roots to straws of PFCAs were higher than that of PFSAs. • The transfer factors from straws to grains of PFSAs were higher than that of PFCAs. • The transfer factors correlated negatively with PFAA carbon chain length. -- Land application of biosolids results in the accumulation of PFAAs in agricultural soils and wheat tissues

  9. Effects of chlorsulfuron on diclofop-methyl toxicity to Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) and Italian ryegrass interference in wheat (triticum aestivum)

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    Chlorsulfuron {2-chloro-N-[[(4-methoxy-6-methyl-1,3,5-triazin-2-yl)amino]carbonyl]benzenesulfonamide} and diclofop-methyl {methyl 2-[4-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)phenoxy]propanoate} are herbicides used for the selective control of broadleaf and grassy weeds, respectively, in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). The addition of chlorsulfuron (14.8 g ai/ha) to 0.90 kg ai/ha diclofop-methyl and applied postemergence reduced Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum L.) control 27% and increased fresh weights over diclofop-methyl alone. Chlorsulfuron and diclofop-methyl were approximately 200 and 35%, respectively, more active on Italian ryegrass when applied pre-emergence compared to postemergence applications and responses of the combinations were additive. Although little movement of 14C-label occurred in either species, significantly more 14C-label translocated from the treated zone of Italian ryegrass. In metabolism studies, wheat was able to detoxify diclofop-methyl more rapidly than Italian ryegrass. In field interference studies, wheat grain yields were reduced an average of 4.2% for every 10 Italian ryegrass plants/m2 because of decreased crop tillering. Italian ryegrass had net nitrate and potassium influx rates approximately 2-times greater than those for wheat when plants were growing in nutrient solution in the greenhouse

  10. Metabolism of the persistent plasticizer chemical bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate in cell suspension cultures of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Discrepancy from the intact plant

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    Cell suspension cultures of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) metabolized the persistent plasticizer chemical bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP; 1 ppm) predominantly to β-D-glucosyl conjugates. After incubation for 48 h at 270C, 23% of the applied radioactively labeled chemical was recovered in the total polar metabolite fraction. Prior heat treatment of freeze-thawing of the wheat cells abolished conjugate formation and led to mono(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (MEHP)) as the predominant metabolite (up to 10% conversion). Direct feeding of MEHP to native wheat cells led to 93% conversion to polar metabolites, again consisting largely of β-D-glucosyl conjugates. This suggested that MEHP was a metabolic intermediate and that DEHP esterase activity was rate limiting in DEHP metabolism. The rate of cellular DEHP metabolism in fact agreed with the rate of the DEHP esterase reaction determined in crude cell-free extracts. Therefore, no significant permeation barrier between the intracellular enzyme and external DEHP appeared to exist in cell suspension cultures. In contrast, the DEHP esterase activity of intact leaves has previously been found to be inaccessible to external DEHP

  11. Effects of elevated CO2 concentration on growth, photosynthetic characteristics and biomass of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in Lunar Palace 1

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    Dong, Chen; Liu, Hui; Liu, Hong; Wang, Minjuan; Fu, Yuming; Shao, Lingzhi; Liu, Guanghui; Yu, Juan

    Short- and long-term effects of elevated CO2 concentration on growth, photosynthetic characteristics and biomass of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) are examined during 90 days in Lunar Palace 1. While a short-term exposure to elevated CO2 induces a large increase in photosynthesis in wheat plants, long-term growth in elevated CO2 often results in a smaller increase due to reduced photosynthetic capacity. In this study, it was also shown that, net photosynthesis per unit leaf area was raised at an increased CO2 concentration partly due to a decrease in photorespiration, partly due to an increased substrate supply. Transpiration was reduced due to a lower stomatal conductance. The growth response of whole plants to a high CO2 concentration will be the main subject of this paper. Firstly, an estimation is made to what extent a doubling in CO2 concentration affects wheat plant growth in Lunar Palace 1. Secondly, the mechanisms behind this growth stimulation will be assessed. Finally, in those cases where wheat plants are grown over a range of environmental conditions, we select that condition where control plants are growing fastest. Thus, this study may be a matter of interest for researchers in both space and unban agriculture fields.

  12. Study on the effect of laser irradiation on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) variety PBW-373 seeds on zinc uptake by wheat plants

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    The present study was carried out to investigate the effect of He-Ne laser irradiations on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) variety PBW-373 seeds on uptake and internal distribution of zinc ion in wheat plants for different irradiation time in soil culture. The transport of zinc from root system to shoot and grain was studied by incorporating radioactive zinc as zinc chloride (Zn*Cl2) with the nutrient solution to the plants. The 65Zn activity absorbed by the matured plants and distributed in different parts (root, shoot and grain) was measured with a calibrated NaI (Tl) gamma ray spectrometer. The results led the conclusion that translocation of zinc from shoot to grain in mature plants in treated soaked seeds showed a better result in comparison to dry treated and control seeds. The utilization of zinc from roots to shoots was higher in the plants grown from dry seeds in all given treatments and from shoot to grain was best in soaked seeds at 2 min irradiation period. (author)

  13. The uptake of NO3-, NO2-, and NH4+ by intact wheat (Triticum aestivum) seedlings. I. Induction and kinetics of transport systems

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    Goyal, S. S.; Huffaker, R. C.

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    The inducibility and kinetics of the NO3-, NO2-, and NH4+ transporters in roots of wheat seedlings (Triticum aestivum cv Yercora Rojo) were characterized using precise methods approaching constant analysis of the substrate solutions. A microcomputer-controlled automated high performance liquid chromatography system was used to determine the depletion of each N species (initially at 1 millimolar) from complete nutrient solutions. Uptake rate analyses were performed using computerized curve-fitting techniques. More precise estimates were obtained for the time required for the extent of the induction of each transporter. Up to 10 and 6 hours, respectively, were required to achieve apparent full induction of the NO3- and NO2- transporters. Evidence for substrate inducibility of the NH4+ transporters requiring 5 hours is presented. The transport of NO3- was mediated by a dual system (or dual phasic), whereas only single systems were found for transport of NO2- and NH4+. The Km values for NO3-, NO2-, and NH4+ were, respectively, 0.027, 0.054, and 0.05 millimolar. The Km for mechanism II of NO3- transport could not be defined in this study as it exhibited only apparent first order kinetics up to 1 millimolar.

  14. Spelt (Triticum spelta L.) and winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) wholemeals have similar sterol profiles, as determined by quantitative liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry analysis.

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    Ruibal-Mendieta, Nike L; Rozenberg, Raoul; Delacroix, Dominique L; Petitjean, Géraldine; Dekeyser, Adrien; Baccelli, Chiara; Marques, Carole; Delzenne, Nathalie M; Meurens, Marc; Habib-Jiwan, Jean-Louis; Quetin-Leclercq, Joëlle

    2004-07-28

    From a nutritional point of view, cereal lipids include valuable molecules, such as essential fatty acids, phytosterols, and fat-soluble vitamins. Spelt (Triticum spelta L.) is an alternative hulled bread cereal mostly grown in Belgium, where it is mainly intended for animal feed but should increasingly be used for human consumption. The present research focused on phytosterol quantification by LC/APCI-MS2 in saponified wholemeal extracts of 16 dehulled spelt and 5 winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) varieties grown in Belgium during 2001-2002 at the same location. Glycosylated sterols and free and formerly esterified sterols could be determined in saponified extracts. Results show that the mean phytosterol content is comparable in both cereals (whereas other lipids, such as oleic and linoleic acids, are increased in spelt wholemeal): spelt extract has, on average, 527.7 microg of free and esterified sterols g(-1) of wholemeal and 123.8 microg of glycosylated sterols g(-1) of wholemeal versus 528.5 and 112.6 microg x g(-1) in winter wheat (values not corrected for recoveries). This is the first report on the application and validation of an LC/MS2 method for the quantification of phytosterols in spelt and winter wheat. PMID:15264918

  15. [Effects of soil pH value on the bioavailability and fractionation of rare earth elements in wheat seedling (Triticum aestivum L.)].

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    Cao, Xinde; Ding, Zhuhong; Hu, Xin; Wang, Xiaorong

    2002-01-30

    The effect of soil pH value on the bioavailability and fractionation of rare earth elements (REEs) in wheat seedling (Triticum aestivum L.) were investigated. The results showed that the concentration of REEs in wheat decreased with increasing pH value, and their inter-relationship was best expressed as quadratic equation, with correlation coefficients from 0.6003 to 0.9572. The response of individual elements to pH value change tended to be Ce > La > Nd > Sm > Gd > Yb > Eu, with Ce most sensitive to changing pH conditions and Eu lest. Chemical fractionation indicated that the order of REEs concentration in three fractions could be as follows: B2(NH2OH.HCl extraction) > B3(H2O2-NH4Ac extract) > B1(HAc extract). The increase of pH value resulted in transformation from B1 to B2 and B3. Multiple regression analysis was utilized to obtain the regression equations for prediction plant uptake of REEs. B1 fraction was most available to wheat. Meanwhile, it was found that the fractionation factors of REEs in wheat were negatively correlated with the soil pH value. PMID:11987417

  16. Effects of long-term 2,4-D and MCPA field applications on soil residues and their rates of breakdown. [Triticum aestivum L

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    Smith, A.E.; Abuin, A.J. (Agriculture Canada, Regina, Saskatchewan (Canada)); Biederbeck, V.O. (Agriculture Canada, Swift Current, Saskatchewan (Canada))

    A 3-yr rotation of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), wheat, and summerfallow in field plots on a clay soil at the Indian Head Experimental Farm, Saskatchewan, has been receiving annual applications of ester and amine formulations of 2,4-D (2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid) since 1947, and MCPA (4-chloro-2-methylphenoxyacetic acid) since 1953. In the fall of 1987, after 40 successive applications of 2,4-D and 34 annual treatments of MCPA, soil samples were taken from the 0- to 15-cm and 15- to 30-cm depths of replicate treatments. Gas chromatographic analysis revealed that residual amounts of 2,4-D and MCPA were less than 0.02 mg kg{sup {minus}1}, indicating that there had been complete degradation of the herbicides. Under laboratory conditions, the breakdown of 2.0 mg kg{sup {minus}1} ({sup 14}C) 2,4-D and ({sup 14}C)MCPA was slightly faster in soils that had received continuous applications with the appropriate herbicide, than in soil from the untreated control plots, suggesting some soil microbial adaptation in response to long-term use of these herbicides.

  17. COMPLETE CHARACTERIZATION OF WHEAT STRAW (TRITICUM AESTIVUM PBW-343 L. EMEND. FIORI & PAOL. – A RENEWABLE SOURCE OF FIBRES FOR PULP AND PAPER MAKING

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    Full Text Available Triticum aestivum PBW-343 is grown in most of the regions of India, and it is one of the renewable sources most suitable for papermaking. Anatomical studies illustrate that vascular bundles near the periphery contain a strong sheath of sclerenchyma cells, which constitutes about 80% of the fibers. The total fibers in wheat straw are about 39.20%, and parenchyma and epidermal cells account for 32.10, and 23.56%, respectively, of the total cells. The dimensions of wheat straw fibers are: average fiber length 1.18 mm, fiber width 13.60 µm, lumen diameter 5.68 µm, and cell wall thickness 3.96 µm. The dimensions of non-fibrous cells are: parenchyma 445x124 µm, vessels 96x57 µm, and epidermal cells 390x38 µm, which lie between the corresponding values for rice straw, and bagasse. Flexibility coefficients and Runkel ratio of wheat straw fires are quite comparable to bamboo. The low lignin contents of wheat straw reflect that it requires mild cooking conditions; however, hemicelluloses are on higher side. Addition of AQ under optimum soda cooking conditions improves pulp yield by 0.75%, and lowers kappa number by 26.1%. Optimum strength properties are obtained at 45±1 oSR except tear index, which declines with increased refining. The fine contents are much higher, and relatively comparable to Eucalyptus tereticornis in terms of curl index and kinks per mm.

  18. Molecular characterization of LMW-GS genes from a somatic hybrid introgression line Ⅱ-12 between Triticum aestivum and Agropyron elongatum in relation to quick evolution

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    In order to exploit the evolution and find novel low-molecular-weight glutenin subunit(LMW-GS)for improvement of common wheat quality,thirteen variants from a somatic hybrid introgression line Ⅱ-12 between Triticum aestivum cv.Jinan 177(JN177)and Agropyron elongatum were characterized via genomic PCR.Four clones were pseudogenes because they contained an internal stop codon.The remaining nine variants contained intact open reading frames(ORFs).Sequence alignment indicates that the proteins deduced from the nine ORFs have similar primary structure with LMW-GS cloned from its parents previously.However,they have some unique modifications in the structures.For example,EU292737 contains not only an extra Cys residue in the C-terminal domain but also a long repetitive domain.Both EU159511 and EU292738 start their first Cys residue in the N-terminal repetitive domain,but not in the N-conserved domain traditionally.These structural alterations may have positive contributions to wheat flour quality.The results of phylogeny showed that most LMW-GS variances from Ⅱ-12 were homologous to those from parent JN 177 and other wheat lines.The reason for quick evolution of LMW-GS in Ⅱ-12 was discussed.

  19. Starch granule formation and protein deposition in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) starchy endosperm cells is altered by high temperature during grain fill

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    Hurkman, William J.; Wood, Delilah F.

    2010-06-01

    High temperatures during wheat grain fill decrease starch and protein levels, adversely affecting wheat yield and flour quality. To determine the effect of high temperature on starchy endosperm cell development, grain (Triticum aestivum L. 'Butte 86') was produced under a 24/17°C or 37/28°C day/night regimen imposed from flowering to maturity and starch and protein deposition examined using scanning electron microscopy. The high temperature regimen shortened the duration of grain fill from 40 to 18 days. Under the 37/28°C regimen, A- and B-type starch granules decreased in size. A-type starch granules also exhibited pitting, suggesting enhanced action of starch degradative enzymes. Under both temperature regimens, protein bodies originated early in development and coalesced during mid to late development to form a continuous protein matrix surrounding the starch granules. Under the 37/28°C regimen, the proportion of protein matrix increased in endosperm cells of mature grain. Taken together, the changes in starch granule number and size and in protein matrix amount provide clues for understanding how high temperature during grain fill can affect end use properties of wheat flour.

  20. QTL Mapping for Drought Tolerance at Stages of Germination and Seedling in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)Using a DH Population

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    HAO Zhuan-fang; CHANG Xiao-ping; GUO Xiao-jian; JING Rui-lian; LI Run-zhi; JIA Ji-zeng

    2003-01-01

    Drought is a major constraint in many wheat(Triticum aestivum L.) production regions. Quantitative trait loci (QTLs) conditioning drought tolerance at stages of germination and seedling in wheat were identified in a double haploid (DH) population derived from the cross, Hanxuan10×Lumai14, using amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) and simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers. Interval mapping analysis revealed that QTLs for drought tolerance at germination stage were located on chromosomes 1B, 2B, 5A, 6B, 7A and 7B, respectively, and the most effective QTL was mapped on chromosome 2B, explaining 27.2% of phenotypic variance. The QTLs for drought tolerance at seedling stage were located on 1B, 3B and 7B, respectively, and the most effective QTL was mapped on chromosome 3B, explaining 21.6% of phenotypic variance. Their positions were different from those of QTLs conferring drought tolerance at germination stage, indicating that drought tolerance at germination stage and seedling stage was controlled by different loci. Most of the identified QTLs explained 18% or more of phenotypic variance for drought tolerance at germination and seedling stage, and would be useful in future for marker assisted selection programs and cultivar improvement.

  1. Hybrid dwarfness in crosses between wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and rye (Secale cereale L.): a new look at an old phenomenon.

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    Tikhenko, N; Rutten, T; Tsvetkova, N; Voylokov, A; Börner, A

    2015-03-01

    The existence of hybrid dwarfs from intraspecific crosses in wheat (Triticum aestivum) was described 100 years ago, and the genetics underlying hybrid dwarfness are well understood. In this study, we report a dwarf phenotype in interspecific hybrids between wheat and rye (Secale cereale). We identified two rye lines that produce hybrid dwarfs with wheat and have none of the hitherto known hybrid dwarfing genes. Genetic analyses revealed that both rye lines carry a single allelic gene responsible for the dwarf phenotype. This gene was designated Hdw-R1 (Hybrid dwarf-R1). Application of gibberellic acid (GA3 ) to both intraspecific (wheat-wheat) and interspecific (wheat-rye) hybrids showed that hybrid dwarfness cannot be overcome by treatment with this phytohormone. Histological analysis of shoot apices showed that wheat-rye hybrids with the dwarf phenotype at 21 and 45 days after germination failed to develop further. Shoot apices of dwarf plants did not elongate, did not form new primordia and had a dome-shaped appearance in the seed. The possible relationship between hybrid dwarfness and the genes responsible for the transition from vegetative to generative growth stage is discussed. PMID:25251214

  2. Effects of zinc on cadmium uptake by spring wheat (Triticum aestivum, L.): long-time hydroponic study and short-time 109Cd tracing study

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    ZHAO Zhong-qiu; ZHU Yong-guan; CAI Yun-long

    2005-01-01

    To investigate effects of Zn on Cd uptake by spring wheat (Triticum aestivum, L.) in solution culture, long-time hydroponic experiment (1 month) (Experiment 1) and short-time Cd isotope (109Cd) tracing experiment (24 h) (Experiment 2) were conducted. In Experiment 1, spring wheat (cv. Brookton) was grown in nutrient solution at uniform cadmium concentration of 20μ mol/L and 10 zinc concentrations (0, 1, 5, 10, 20, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000 μ mol/L). In Experiment 2, spring wheat seedlings,pre-cultivated in complete nutrient solution, were treated with 109Cd of uniform activity and the same series of Zn concentrations as those in Experiment 1 for 24 h. Cd concentrations in shoots and roots in Experiment 1 increased marginally but not consistently with Zn increasing at Zn rates of 1~200 μmol/L, and then decreased significantly at high rates (>200 μ mol/L). In Experiment 2, the response of 109Cd activities in shoots and roots to increasing Zn was greatly similar to the response of Cd concentrations to Zn increasing in Experiment 1. The results of the two experiments indicated that the short-time and long-time exposure of spring wheat to Zn had similar effects on Cd accumulation.

  3. Variation of the phytotoxicity of municipal solid waste incinerator bottom ash on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) seed germination with leaching conditions.

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    Phoungthong, Khamphe; Zhang, Hua; Shao, Li-Ming; He, Pin-Jing

    2016-03-01

    Municipal solid waste incinerator bottom ash (MSWIBA) has long been regarded as an alternative building material in the construction industry. However, the pollutants contained in the bottom ash could potentially leach out and contaminate the local environment, which presents an obstacle to the reuse of the materials. To evaluate the environmental feasibility of using MSWIBA as a recycled material in construction, the leaching derived ecotoxicity was assessed. The leaching behavior of MSWIBA under various conditions, including the extractant type, leaching time, liquid-to-solid (L/S) ratio, and leachate pH were investigated, and the phytotoxicity of these leachates on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) seed germination was determined. Moreover, the correlation between the germination index and the concentrations of various chemical constituents in the MSWIBA leachates was assessed using multivariate statistics with principal component analysis and Pearson's correlation analysis. It was found that, heavy metal concentrations in the leachate were pH and L/S ratio dependent, but were less affected by leaching time. Heavy metals were the main pollutants present in wheat seeds. Heavy metals (especially Ba, Cr, Cu and Pb) had a substantial inhibitory effect on wheat seed germination and root elongation. To safely use MSWIBA in construction, the potential risk and ecotoxicity of leached materials must be addressed. PMID:26745383

  4. The Effect of Different Gamma Radiation Doses Applied on Tokak 157/37 Barley (Hordeum vulgare and Karahan 99 Wheat (Triticum aestivum on M1 Generation

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    Full Text Available In this research study, the dose of different gamma radiation on seed germination of Hordeum vulgare TOKAK 157/37 barley kind and KARAHAN 99 wheatTriticum aestivum, and the mechanisms of the dose required to maximize the rate and percentage of germination and increased growth of root, seedling, TAEK was conducted in Ankara. The moisture rate has been %11, the barley and wheat seeds whose germination per cent is 98 % has been irradiated with 9 different doses between 0-600Gy in the centre of 60Co which has 1.92 kGy/h powers. The objective of that work was to evaluate determine the efficient gamma radiation dose and to determine the physiological effects and the action of the processing for gamma radiation in plant kinds. At the laboratory experiment it has been seen that the percentage of germination of rising radiation doses has no effect on M1 generation, but after diminishing of root length and seedling height with rising radiation doses it has been determined that the growth of the first leaf has stopped on the 14th day and this event has been given importance statistically for TOKAK 157/37 barley kind, 50 % efficient dose has been determined as ED50 485 Gy, for KARAHAN 99 wheat kind, 50 % efficient dose has been determined as ED50 370 Gy.

  5. Comparative phosphoproteome analysis of the developing grains in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under well-watered and water-deficit conditions.

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    Zhang, Ming; Ma, Cao-Ying; Lv, Dong-Wen; Zhen, Shou-Min; Li, Xiao-Hui; Yan, Yue-Ming

    2014-10-01

    Wheat (Triticum aestivum), one of the most important cereal crops, is often threatened by drought. In this study, water deficit significantly reduced the height of plants and yield of grains. To explore further the effect of drought stress on the development and yield of grains, we first performed a large scale phosphoproteome analysis of developing grains in wheat. A total of 590 unique phosphopeptides, representing 471 phosphoproteins, were identified under well-watered conditions. Motif-X analysis showed that four motifs were enriched, including [sP], [Rxxs], [sDxE], and [sxD]. Through comparative phosphoproteome analysis between well-watered and water-deficit conditions, we found that 63 unique phosphopeptides, corresponding to 61 phosphoproteins, showed significant changes in phosphorylation level (≥2-fold intensities). Functional analysis suggested that some of these proteins may be involved in signal transduction, embryo and endosperm development of grains, and drought response and defense under water-deficit conditions. Moreover, we also found that some chaperones may play important roles in protein refolding or degradation when the plant is subjected to water stress. These results provide a detailed insight into the stress response and defense mechanisms of developmental grains at the phosphoproteome level. They also suggested some potential candidates for further study of transgenosis and drought stress as well as incorporation into molecular breeding for drought resistance. PMID:25145454

  6. Efeito da data de sementeira na produtividade de trigo mole (Triticum Aestivum L. em condições mediterrânicas Effect of the sowing date on bread wheat (Triticum Aestivum L. productivity under mediterranean conditions

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    José Manuel Godinho Calado

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available A data de sementeira do trigo mole exerce uma influência relevante no crescimento e desenvolvimento da cultura, condicionando a sua produtividade. O seu efeito é, especial-mente, importante sob condições mediterrânicas. Por isso, neste trabalho procurou-se verificar a influência da data de sementeira no rendimento do trigo mole, a partir de um ensaio de quinze genótipos semeados em datas diferentes durante cinco anos (1994/95 a 1999/00 na região Alentejo. Com base na análise dos resultados conclui-se que a variação da época de sementeira em aproximadamente um mês, desde o fim de Outubro até ao fim de Novembro, pode permitir rendimentos viáveis do trigo mole nas zonas cerealíferas mediterrânicas, particularmente na região Alentejo. Todavia, as produções mais altas tendem a ser obtidas quando a sementeira é efectuada na primeira quinzena de Novembro. Ao avançar a sementeira para o mês de Dezembro decresce a produtividade e, em consequência, diminui a viabilidade da cultura.The sowing date of bread wheat has a great influence on the growth and development of the crop and its productivity, especially under Mediterranean conditions. This paper presents the results of trials conducted in the Alentejo region that studied the performance of fifteen wheat genotypes sown at different dates, repeated over 5 years (1994/95 to 1999/00. Despite a great variability between years, the results indicate that a satisfactory wheat productivity in the Alentejo can be obtained with sowing dates ranging from end of October until the end of November. Nonetheless, sowing dates in the first half of November tend to provide higher grain yields. Moving the sowing date into December results in reduced grain yields, thus compromising the economic viability of wheat growing.

  7. Resposta de cultivares de trigo (Triticum aestivum L. ao controle químico das principais doenças fúngicas da cultura Response of wheat cultivars (Triticum aestivum L. to the chemical control of fungal diseases

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    Full Text Available Doenças do trigo, como a ferrugem-da-folha, a helmintosporiose e o oídio, causadas por Puccinia recondita, Bipolaris sorokiniana e Blumeria graminis tritici, respectivamente, podem reduzir severamente o rendimento da cultura. Diversas medidas são preconizadas para o controle das mesmas, entre as quais o emprego de cultivares resistentes, na época adequada, e o controle químico, sem o qual, freqüentemente, a cultura torna-se inviável economicamente. No presente trabalho avaliou-se, em condições de campo, a resposta a aplicações de fungicidas de seis cultivares de trigo, IAC 24, IAC 289, IAC 350, IAC 362, IAC 364 e IAC 370, em quatro experimentos instalados nos anos de 2000 a 2003, em Capão Bonito, Estado de São Paulo. Os ensaios foram realizados em delineamento em blocos ao acaso, com 4 repetições, e analisados, a cada ano, em esquema fatorial, 2 x 6, sendo fungicida o fator 1 (com e sem e cultivar o fator 2. As pulverizações, duas ou três, foram iniciadas quando a ferrugem-da-folha atingiu entre 10 e 15% de incidência, e repetidas após aproximadamente 15 dias. Avaliou-se a severidade das doenças por meio de uma escala de notas, que variou de 0 a 9 sendo 0 ausência de sintomas e 9 maior que 60 % de área de tecido foliar afetado pelas doenças, além do peso de mil sementes (PMS e do rendimento. O oídio foi encontrado apenas em 2000, a ferrugem-da-folha em todos os anos em elevados índices de severidade (30 a 60% de área foliar afetada e a helmintosporiose ocorreu nos três últimos anos, 2001 a 2003, apresentando os maiores índices de severidade em 2001 (até 60 % de área foliar afetada, o ano mais chuvoso. Em todos os anos os tratamentos químicos proporcionaram controle das doenças, aumentos no PMS e no rendimento. Nos anos mais favoráveis para a cultura, 2002 e 2003, o retorno em rendimento foi maior. As cultivares de ciclo mais longo, IAC 370, IAC 289 e IAC 350, foram as que mais responderam à aplicação do

  8. Cefaleia por uso excessivo de medicamentos

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    Full Text Available Uma variante da cefaleia crônica diária, a cefaleia por uso excessivo de medicamentos é uma manifestação clínica de frequência ≥ 15 dias por mês, durante 3 meses. Possui um diagnóstico deficiente e um tratamento dividido em etapas, sendo a desintoxicação, a etapa de fundamental importância. Este artigo apresenta uma revisão sobre o tema, contribuindo para o esclarecimento das principais manifestações clínicas, principais teorias envolvendo sua fisiopatologia e a terapêutica farmacológica empregada. A metodologia utilizada foi uma revisão de publicações europeias e americanas, no período de 2001 a 2013, nos idiomas português, inglês e espanhol. Todos os medicamentos utilizados no tratamento sintomático das cefaleias são capazes de cronificar uma cefaleia preexistente, desde que sejam utilizados excessivamente, de forma regular e continuada. A suspensão de tais agentes terapêuticos resultará em melhoria na maioria dos pacientes, porém pode ser necessária a introdução de uma terapia de suporte de transição e/ou terapia profilática. Os tratamentos nao farmacológicos, quando associados ao farmacológico, ampliam a possibilidade de resultados satisfatórios, evitando recaídas.

  9. Travesía por mares piratas

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    Herrera, Elixabete

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    Se analiza el viaje del buque quimiquero Mar María por zonas de alto riesgo de piratería, basada en la experiencia de supervivientes a ataques piratas, y se hace un resumen de la regulación legal de la piratería. Se explicitan la valoración de riesgos, las medidas de protección y el plan de contingencia antipirata. La construcción de una ciudadela es otro de los temas que se tratan, así como la manera de identificar a piratas.

  10. Síndrome cerebeloso por amiodarona

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    Neuda S. Garretto; Roberto D. Rey; Guillermo Kohler; Silvia Cocorullo; David A. Monteverde; Blanca I. Ravera; Sica, Roberto E. P.

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    La amiodarona (AMD) es una droga antiarritmica cuyos efectos adversos pueden comprometer el sistema nervioso central y periferico. La aparición de un síndrome cerebeloso es infrecuente. Se presenta un paciente masculino de 56 anos de edad que desarolla un síndrome pancerebeloso de 4 meses de evolución, que revierte luego de la suspension de la AMD. El cuadro reaparece meses mas tarde luego de un periodo de automedicacion con la droga. Los mecanismos tóxicos por los cuales la AMD afecta al cer...

  11. Gestión por competencias

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    El desarrollo de este trabajo tiene como objetivo principal comparar los modelos de gestión por competencias implementados en otras organizaciones para retroalimentarlo en la organización Schneider Electric de Colombia S.A Agencia Antioquia. Para el desarrollo del tema lo primero que se hizo fue hacer un análisis teórico, del cual se presentará una síntesis. Las competencias son la capacidad de hacer algo bien y en determinadas condiciones, su objetivo es el aprovechamiento de las cualidades ...

  12. Neumonía por Stenotrophomonas maltophilia

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    Verny Huertas-Franco; María Isabel Lacayo-Pallais

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    La Stenotrophomonas maltophilia es un bacilo gram negativo ambiental emergente que ha venido posicionándose entre el grupo de microorganismos multirresistentes como causa de infección en diversos órganos en ambiente hospitalario y en la comunidad. Se reporta este caso de insuficiencia respiratoria con neumonía severa por S. maltophilia adquirida en la comunidad en una paciente inmunocompetente que tuvo una rápida respuesta a tratamiento con trimetoprim sulfametoxazol cuando se logró identific...

  13. Los efectos conductuales modulados por las citocinas

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    Luis Enrique Becerril Villanueva

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Los Sistemas Nervioso, Endócrino e Inmunológico mantienen a través de la vía humoral y neuronal una comunicación permanente y concertada que incluye a las hormonas neurotransmisoras, las citocinas y a sus respectivos receptores expresados en las células que conforman estos tres sistemas. La variación de los niveles de estos mediadores solubles induce la regulación de varios procesos fisiológicos y media la respuesta de nuestro organismo ante la presencia de estímulos estresantes, tanto físicos como psicológicos. La activación crónica de la interacción neuroendocrinoinmunológica favorece la aparición de variaciones numéricas y funcionales en los tres sistemas involucrados y genera alteraciones de tipo conductual. Entre las alteraciones conductuales más estudiadas destaca el llamado "sickness behavior", que se caracteriza por la presencia de anedonia, fatiga, enlentecimiento psicomotor, disminución del apetito, alteraciones en el patrón del sueño y un incremento en la sensibilidad al dolor. Las similitudes entre los síntomas conductuales del "sickness behavior" y la depresión mayor han permitido establecer una hipótesis sobre la participación de las citocinas y otros factores inflamatorios en la fisiopatología de algunos trastornos neuropsiquiátricos como la depresión, la disfunción cognitiva, la fatiga, los trastornos de ansiedad, los de la personalidad y las enfermedades neurodegenerativas como las de Parkinson y de Alzheimer. Las alteraciones conductuales presentes en la depresión mayor pueden ser inducidas por la administración individual o conjunta de citocinas proinflamatorias, de mitógenos o por agentes infecciosos que inducen una importante secreción de moléculas inflamatorias. Las variaciones periféricas y centrales de los mediadores inflamatorios influyen significativamente sobre los neurotransmisores como el glutamato, la dopamina, la serotonina, la proteína p38 MAPK y la indolomina-2-3 dioxigenasa

  14. Regulación por precios tope

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    Gerardo Soto Carrillo

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo describe las principales características del mecanismo de regulación por precios tope, incluyendo su ubicación dentro de las posibilidades de acción regulatoria, las críticas que se han planteado al mismo, así como los mecanismos complementarios utilizados y los riesgos involucrados en su desarrollo.---This article describes the main characteristics of the price cap regime of price regulation, including its location among other regulatory possibilities, critics received, complementary mechanisms and risks involved in its development.

  15. TELECENTROS COMUNITARIOS MANIZALES VISTOS POR SUS USUARIOS

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    JUlio César Meza Ramírez; Omar Antonio Vega

    2015-01-01

    El artículo presenta un ejercicio de evaluación de los Telecentros Comunitarios de la ciudad de Manizales (Caldas, Colombia), con el fin de identificar la percepción que sobre ellos tienen sus usuarios. Para ello se encuestan a 597 usuarios que han cursado alguna de las capacitaciones ofrecidas por Manizales Vive Digital, que reflejan la alta aceptación del programa y su efecto positivo sobre el proceso de inclusión digital en la ciudad.

  16. TELECENTROS COMUNITARIOS MANIZALES VISTOS POR SUS USUARIOS

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    JUlio César Meza Ramírez

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available El artículo presenta un ejercicio de evaluación de los Telecentros Comunitarios de la ciudad de Manizales (Caldas, Colombia, con el fin de identificar la percepción que sobre ellos tienen sus usuarios. Para ello se encuestan a 597 usuarios que han cursado alguna de las capacitaciones ofrecidas por Manizales Vive Digital, que reflejan la alta aceptación del programa y su efecto positivo sobre el proceso de inclusión digital en la ciudad.

  17. Bacteremias por bacilos gram-negativos

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    Adrelírio J. R. Gonçalves

    1969-01-01

    Full Text Available São apresentados 31 casos de bacteremia por gram-negativos, assunto que vem merecendo muita atenção dos pesquisadores nos últimos anos. Os organismos etiológicos mais importantes que apareceram em igualdade de freqüência foram Escherichia coli e Klebsiella-Aerobacter, sendo responsáveis por 58% do total das infecções, seguidos por Pseudomonas. A porta de entrada mais freqüente foi o trato urinário em 61,3% dos casos. A infecção foi mais comum no sexo masculino e a faixa etária de 50 a 60 anos predominou. O uso prévio de antibióticos foi um fator predisponente muito importante, seguido pelo uso de esteróides e citostáticos. As principais doenças predisponentes foram diabetes mellitus e neoplasias malignas. Os principais fatores precipitantes foram a manipulação do aparelho urinário, com infecção prévia ou desencadeada, cirurgia do aparelho digestivo, uronatia obstrutiva e obstrução biliar. As principais manifestações clínicas foram a presença de febre, calafrios e hipotensão arterial. A complicação mais freqüente foi o choque bacteriano que incidiu em 58% dos casos, aproximadamente três vêzes aquela relatada na literatura. As outras foram a insuficiência renal aguda, superinfecção e infecção pulmonar metastática. Considerações terapêuticas gerais e esquemas de antibióticos são propostos para estes casos. A mortalidade da bacteremia simples foi de 30,7% e quando associada ao choque elevou-se para 72,2% . As infecções por Pseudomonas foram 100% fatais.

  18. Estrategias de crecimiento empresarial aplicadas por hipermercados

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    Miraidy Leal Morantes; Yilian Cefalá Chirinos

    2003-01-01

    El presente estudio tiene como objetivo caracterizar las estrategias de crecimiento empresarial, representadas por alianzas y adquisiciones, que han sido aplicadas en el sector de distribución de bienes de consumo masivo, específicamente en los hipermercados ubicados en Maracaibo, Estado Zulia, como manera de responder al entorno competitivo y cambiante en el cual se desenvuelven. La investigación se desarrolló a través de un estudio de carácter descriptivo; para la recolección ...

  19. Los Cuentos Por Proyectos De Trabajo Global.

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    Reinaldos, María Inmaculada

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    La educación infantil es importante en los primeros años del niño, ya que un aprendizaje temprano es determinante para un buen desarrollo cognitivo, motor, psicológico, intelectual, emocional, social del individuo, y para la formación de las facultades intelectuales y el desarrollo de la personalidad. La L.O.E. (2006) aboga por una enseñanza globalizada, y que abarque todas las dimensiones del niño, para que de esta forma se consiga un aprendizaje significativo. Actualmente, se apuesta ...

  20. Por qué necesitamos la competencia

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    Schnappauf, Werner

    2010-01-01

    "La gran aportación de la Economía Social de Mercado es que domestica al capitalismo y lo lleva por caminos ordenados de modo que pone la tendencia humana al beneficio al servicio del bien común, conciliando el beneficio individual y el del conjunto de lasociedad", afirmó Werner Schnappauf, Director General de la Confederación Federal de la Industria Alemana (BDI), con motivo del 43 Simposio de Innsbruck del Instituto de Investigación para la Constitución Económica y la Competencia (FIW), ...

  1. Lumbalgia por manipulación

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    Marzullo, María Victoria

    2015-01-01

    La lumbalgia es un síntoma que se manifiesta por dolor en la zona lumbar de la columna. Ciertos factores laborales y el manejo de cargas en forma inadecuada genera una gran incidencia de esta patología en los empleados de transporte de colectivos. Objetivo: Analizar los antecedentes de lumbalgias que tienen los empleados de empresas de transporte de pasajeros que realizan carga y descarga de equipajes y encomiendas y el grado de información sobre la prevención de las mismas en ...

  2. Neumonía por Stenotrophomonas maltophilia

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    Verny Huertas-Franco

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available La Stenotrophomonas maltophilia es un bacilo gram negativo ambiental emergente que ha venido posicionándose entre el grupo de microorganismos multirresistentes como causa de infección en diversos órganos en ambiente hospitalario y en la comunidad. Se reporta este caso de insuficiencia respiratoria con neumonía severa por S. maltophilia adquirida en la comunidad en una paciente inmunocompetente que tuvo una rápida respuesta a tratamiento con trimetoprim sulfametoxazol cuando se logró identificar la bacteria.

  3. Leibniz damnificado por el terremoto de Lisboa

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    Evaristo ÁLVAREZ MUÑOZ

    2005-01-01

    RESUMEN: En las páginas que siguen se argumenta que al filósofo alemán Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz —fallecido en Hannover en 1716— o, al menos, a su obra Teodicea, cabría contarlos, echadas las cuentas de la manera que se verá, entre las víctimas del terremoto de Lisboa de 1755. Asimismo se subraya la persistencia del pensamiento de Leibniz en las respuestas dadas por los filósofos del siglo XVIII al trágico suceso. Se estudian las reacciones de Voltaire, de Rousseau y de Kant ante los estragos...

  4. Toxicidad por óxido de etileno

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    Téllez M. Jairo A.

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    El óxido de etileno, es un compuesto epóxido gaseoso, ampliamente utilizado en nuestro medio como agente esterilizante y de desinfección en instituciones hospitalarias. Los estudios realizados en varios países han demostrado efectos sobre la salud humana, caracterizados por  hipersensibilidad dérmica, irritación del tracto respiratorio, irritación ocular, excitación del S.N.C. y se asocia con presencia de abortos expontáneos, aberraciones cromosómicas e irritación crónica de laringe ...

  5. Desenvolvimento de estruturas porosas tridimensionais por moldação por congelamento (Freeze-Casting)

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    Bicho, Rita Sofia Lázaro

    2012-01-01

    A engenharia de tecidos é actualmente um ramo do conhecimento em crescimento e a busca por novos materiais que estimulem a regeneração de tecidos é um dos grandes enfoques desta área. O presente trabalho procurou explorar a técnica de moldação por congelamento para a produção de scaffolds para regeneração óssea, cuja microestrutura permita mimetizar os gradientes de densidade existentes nos ossos longos. O trabalho desenvolvido nesta dissertação tem dois objectivos principais; ...

  6. Muerte por Ahorcadura Death by Hanging

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    A. Sibón Olano

    2005-04-01

    Full Text Available La muerte por ahorcadura, suspensión o colgamiento, es generalmente suicida y con menos frecuencia accidental. El ahorcamiento homicida es inusual, estando descrito como mecanismo para disimular la verdadera causa de la muerte. La presencia de signos vitales van a permitir distinguir entre una suspension vital y otra postmortal. En este número, vamos a mostrar imágenes de algunos signos de ahorcadura discutiendo su origen vital. La autopsia reglada del cuello, en ocasiones, no muestra signos macroscópicos de vitalidad, por lo que tendremos que recurrir a la microscopía para la detección de los mismos. Esta es la causa de que incluyamos en esta sección (esencialmete macroscópica imágenes microscópicas.The death by hanging or suspension is generally suicidal and with less frequency accidental. The homicidal hanging is unusual, being described like mechanism to disguise the true cause of the death. The presence of vital signs allow us to distinguish between a vital suspension and another postmortal. In this paper, we are going to present images of some signs of hanging discussing its vital origin. The standardized autopsy of the neck, sometimes, does not show macroscopic signs of vitality, reason why we will have to perform histopathological studies. This is the reason why we include in this section (mainly macroscopic microscopical images.

  7. Nodulose por Metotrexato Methotrexate Induced Nodulosis

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    Fernanda Guidolin

    2005-08-01

    Full Text Available A nodulose por metotrexato (MTX é um dos efeitos colaterais pouco conhecidos do uso desse medicamento em doses baixas. Embora classicamente descrita em casos de artrite reumatóide, tem aparecido, também, em outras doenças reumáticas. Descreve-se aqui um caso de nodulose por MTX em uma paciente com artrite reumatóide soropositiva, que utilizava esse medicamento há um ano, com bom controle do processo articular. Segue-se uma breve revisão sobre o assunto.Methotrexate-induced nodulosis is a rare side effect of this drug when it is used in low doses. Although classically described in rheumatoid arthritis patients, it may also appear in other rheumatic disorders. We describe a seropositive rheumatoid arthritis patient who developed methotrexate-induced nodulosis after using this drug for a year, with good control of articular symptoms. This case presentation is followed by a brief revision on the subject.

  8. Choque séptico por ehrliquiosis

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    Viviana Hernández-de Mezerville

    2007-04-01

    Full Text Available La ehrliquiosis humana es una infección zoonótica transmitida por "garrapatas duras" causada por Anaplasma sp y Ehrlichia sp. Puede presentarse como un cuadro pseudogripal con fiebre, malestar general, mialgias y cefalea o hasta un choque séptico con falla multiorgánica y muerte. La mitad de los pacientes requieren atención hospitalaria en algún momento y se reporta una mortalidad de hasta el 5% secundaria a enfermedades oportunistas o a hemorragias. El diagnóstico se puede sospechar visualizando las mórulas intracitoplasmáticas en las células afectadas en frotis de sangre periférica, y se confirma con serología, con cultivos o con detección molecular. El tratamiento de elección es la doxiciclina con buena respuesta clínica. Se reporta un caso probable de ehrliquiosis humana asociado a choque séptico y falla multiorgánica tratado exitosamente en el Hospital Dr. Rafael Angel Calderón Guardia.

  9. Suicidio por arma de fuego Suicide by firearm

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    M. Soriano Maldonado; P. Martínez-García

    2005-01-01

    El mecanismo elegido para cometer el suicidio depende de numerosos factores personales y sociales. En este número presentamos una imagen del tipo de suicidio más mediático, aunque no por ello el más frecuente en nuestro medio. La variabilidad en la forma de los orificios de entrada y salida por arma de fuego depende de la distancia, tipo de arma y región anatómica por lo que puede presentar una morfología muy variada. Es por ello que, aunque ya se han publicado varias imágenes de suicidio por...

  10. Using Ridge Regression Models to Estimate Grain Yield from Field Spectral Data in Bread Wheat (Triticum Aestivum L. Grown under Three Water Regimes

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    Javier Hernandez

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available Plant breeding based on grain yield (GY is an expensive and time-consuming method, so new indirect estimation techniques to evaluate the performance of crops represent an alternative method to improve grain yield. The present study evaluated the ability of canopy reflectance spectroscopy at the range from 350 to 2500 nm to predict GY in a large panel (368 genotypes of wheat (Triticum aestivum L. through multivariate ridge regression models. Plants were treated under three water regimes in the Mediterranean conditions of central Chile: severe water stress (SWS, rain fed, mild water stress (MWS; one irrigation event around booting and full irrigation (FI with mean GYs of 1655, 4739, and 7967 kg∙ha−1, respectively. Models developed from reflectance data during anthesis and grain filling under all water regimes explained between 77% and 91% of the GY variability, with the highest values in SWS condition. When individual models were used to predict yield in the rest of the trials assessed, models fitted during anthesis under MWS performed best. Combined models using data from different water regimes and each phenological stage were used to predict grain yield, and the coefficients of determination (R2 increased to 89.9% and 92.0% for anthesis and grain filling, respectively. The model generated during anthesis in MWS was the best at predicting yields when it was applied to other conditions. Comparisons against conventional reflectance indices were made, showing lower predictive abilities. It was concluded that a Ridge Regression Model using a data set based on spectral reflectance at anthesis or grain filling represents an effective method to predict grain yield in genotypes under different water regimes.

  11. Heavy metal and metalloid concentrations in components of 25 wheat (Triticum aestivum) varieties in the vicinity of lead smelters in Henan province, China.

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    Xing, Weiqin; Zhang, Hongyi; Scheckel, Kirk G; Li, Liping

    2016-01-01

    Soil contamination and human impacts have been reported in the vicinity of lead (Pb) smelters in Henan, China. However, no information is available on crop uptake of soil contaminants near these smelters. Grains, glume, rachis, and stem/leaf samples of 25 wheat (Triticum aestivum) varieties were collected from a small, smelter-impacted agricultural area of Beishe Village, Henan Province, and were analyzed for arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), copper (Cu), Pb, and zinc (Zn) concentrations. The study aim was to evaluate the level of contaminant uptake in wheat and ostensibly observe if specific varieties of wheat were more susceptible to uptake. The mean concentrations of As, Cd, Cu, Pb, and Zn in whole grain flour were 0.0915, 0.192, 3.22, 0.280, and 32.5 mg kg(-1), respectively. Grain concentrations of all 25 varieties for Cd as well as 16 varieties for Pb exceeded the maximum permissible concentrations (MPC) for consumption. Mean pollution indexes (MPI) (element concentration of wheat grain/MPC for As, Cd or Pb) of the grains varied 0.562-2.15. As, Pb, and Cd contributed 5.22, 40.0, and 54.8 % to the MPI for all 25 varieties, respectively. This survey highlights Cd and Pb contamination of wheat grains in the vicinity of lead smelters in Henan Province, and likely other farm villages in the area. Further work is needed to examine uptake and contamination of other crops and vegetables impacted from the lead smelters in Henan Province and the absorption of toxic elements from food sources by local inhabitants. PMID:26661959

  12. Low light intensity effects on the growth, photosynthetic characteristics, antioxidant capacity, yield and quality of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) at different growth stages in BLSS

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    Dong, Chen; Fu, Yuming; Liu, Guanghui; Liu, Hong

    2014-06-01

    Minimizing energy consumption and maximizing crop productivity are major challenges to growing plants in Bioregenerative Life Support System (BLSS) for future long-term space mission. As a primary source of energy, light is one of the most important environmental factors for plant growth. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of low light intensity at different stages on growth, pigment composition, photosynthetic efficiency, biological production and antioxidant defence systems of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars during ontogenesis. Experiments were divided into 3 intensity-controlled stages according to growth period (a total of 65 days): seedling stage (first 20 days), heading and flowering stage (middle 30 days) and grain filling stage (last 15 days). Initial light condition of the control was 420 μmol m-2 s-1 and the light intensity increased with the growth of wheat plants. The light intensities of group I and II at the first stage and the last stage were adjusted to the half level of the control respectively. For group III, the first and the last stage were both adjusted to half level of the control. During the middle 30 days, all treatments were kept the same intensity. The results indicated that low-light treatment at seedling stage, biomass, nutritional contents, components of inedible biomass and healthy index (including peroxidase (POD) activity, malondialdehyde (MDA) and proline content) of wheat plants have no significant difference to the control. Furthermore, unit kilojoule yield of group I reached 0.591 × 10-3 g/kJ and induced the highest energy efficiency. However, low-light treatment at grain filling stage affected the final production significantly.

  13. Impact of Low-Energy Ion Beam Implantation on the Expression of Ty1-copia-like Retrotransposons in Wheat (Triticum aestivum)

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    Retrotransposon-like elements are major constituents of most eukaryotic genomes. For example, they account for roughly 90% of the wheat (Triticum aestivum) genome. Previous study on a wheat strain treated by low-energy N+ ions indicated the variations in AFLP (Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism ) markers. One such variation was caused by the re-activation of Ty1-copia-like retrotransposons, implying that the mutagenic effects of low-energy ions might work through elevated activation of retrotransposons. In this paper an expression profile of Ty1-copia-like retrotransposons in wheat treated by low-energy N+ ions is reported. The reverse transcriptase (RT) domains of these retrotransposons were amplified by reverse-transcriptional polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) and sequentially cloned. 42 and 65 clones were obtained from the treated (CL) and control materials (CK), respectively. Sequence analysis of each clone was performed by software. Phylogeny and classification were calculated responding to the sequences of the RT domains. All the results show that there is much difference in the RT domain between the control sample and the treated sample. Especially, the RT domains from the treated group encode significantly more functional ORF (open reading frames) than those from the control sample. This observation suggests that the treated sample has higher activation of retrotransposons, possibly as a consequence of low-energy ion beam irradiation. It also suggests that retrotransposons in the two groups impact the host gene expression in two different ways and carry out different functions in wheat cells

  14. Integration of physio-biochemical processes at different phenological stages of wheat (triticum aestivum l.) plants in response to heat stress

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    A study was conducted to assess the influence of heat stress imposed at different growth stages of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) plants. Four wheat cultivars namely S-24, Saher-2006, Lasani and AARI-10 were subjected to high temperature (HT) stress at tillering and booting phenological phases. Under stress conditions, root and shoot fresh weights, membrane thermostability (MTS) and non-photochemical quenching (NPQ) were significantly perturbed in all four wheat cultivars at both developmental stages. However, HT stress did not influence all the other attributes significantly including shoot fresh weight, chlorophyll a and b pigments, photosynthetic rate (A), leaf water (w), internal CO/sub 2/ (Ci), osmotic (s) and turgor (p) potentials, transpiration rate (E), water-use-efficiency (A/E), stomatal conductance (gs) as well as Fv/Fm ratio. Among all wheat cultivars, cv. Lasani performed better in shoot and root fresh weight, and chlorophyll a contents at the tillering stage, while in MTS at the booting phase, cv. S-24 in shoot fresh weight, E, and gs at the boot stage and highest MTS and WUE at the tillering stage. However, cv. AARI-10 performed well in root fresh weight, w, s, p,,WUE and NPQ when stress was applied at the boot stage, while E and Fv/Fm in this cultivar on exposure to stress at the tillering stage. Cultivar Saher-2006 performed better in gs, leaf s and p at the tillering stage, while Fv/Fm was recorded better at the boot stage and A in the same cultivar at all growth stages. Overall, HT stress applied at different growth stages was only effective in altering root fresh weight, MTS and NPQ in all four wheat cultivars. Of all wheat cultivars, cv. AARI-10 performed better in growth and physiological attributes examined in the present study under HT stress applied at different phenological stages. (author)

  15. A genetic linkage map with 178 SSR and 1 901 SNP markers constructed using a RIL population in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    ZHAI Hui-jie; FENG Zhi-yu; LIU Xin-ye; CHENG Xue-jiao; PENG Hui-ru; YAO Ying-yin; SUN Qi-xin; NI Zhong-fu

    2015-01-01

    The construction of high density genetic linkage map provides a powerful tool to detect and map quantitative trait loci (QTLs) controlling agronomically important traits. In this study, simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers and Illumina 9K iSelect single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) genechip were employed to construct one genetic linkage map of common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) using 191 recombinant inbred lines (RILs) derived from cross Yu 8679xJing 411. This map included 1 901 SNP loci and 178 SSR loci, covering 1 659.9 cM and 1 000 marker bins, with an average interval distance of 1.66 cM. A, B and D genomes covered 719.1,703.5 and 237.3 cM, with an average interval distance of 1.66, 1.45 and 2.9 cM, respectively. Notably, the genetic linkage map covered 20 chromosomes, with the exception of chromosome 5D. Bioinformatics analysis revealed that 1 754 (92.27%) of 1 901 mapped SNP loci could be aligned to 1 215 distinct wheat unigenes, among which 1 184 (97.4%) were located on one single chromosome, and the rest 31 (2.6%) were located on 2 to 3 chromosomes. By performing in silico comparison, 214 chromosome deletion bin-mapped expressed sequence tags (ESTs), 1 043 Brachypodium genes and 1 033 rice genes were further added onto the genetic linkage map. This map not only integrated genetic and physical maps, SSR and SNP loci, respectively, but also provided the information of Brachypodium and rice genes corresponding to 1 754 SNP loci. Therefore, it will be a useful tool for comparative genomics analysis, fine mapping of QTL/gene controlling agronomically important traits and marker-assisted selection breeding in wheat.

  16. The Relationship Between Developmental Accumulation of Leaf Soluble Proteins and Vernalization Response of Wheat(Triticum aestivum L.em.Thell)

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    M Majdi; G Karimzadeh; S Mahfoozi

    2009-01-01

    The relationship between vernalization requirement and quantitative and qualitative changes in total leaf soluble proteins were determined in one spring(cv.Kohdasht)and two winter(cvs.Sardari and Norstar)cultivars of wheat(Triticum aestivum L.)exposed to 4℃.Plants were sampled on days 2,14,21 and 35 of exposure to 4℃.The final leaf number(FLN)was determined throughout the vernalization periods(0,7,14,24,and 35 d)at 4℃.The final leaf number decreased until days 24 and 35 in Sardari and Norstar cultivars,respectively,indicating the vernalization saturation at these times.No clear changes were detected in the final leaf number of Kohdash cultivar,verifying no vernalization requirement for this spring wheat cultivar.Comparing with control,clear cold-induced 2-fold increases in proteins quantity occurred after 48 h following the 4℃-treatment in the leaves of the both winter wheat cultivars but,such response was not detected in the spring cultivar.However,the electrophoretic protein patterns showed between-cultivar and between-temperature treatment differences.With increasing exposure time to 4℃,the winter cultivars tended to produce more HMW polypeptides than the spring cultivar.Similar proteins were induced in both Sardari and Norstar winter wheat cultivars,however,the long vernalization requirement in Norstar resulted in high level and longer duration of expression of cold-induced proteins compared to Sardari with a short vernalization requirement.These observations indicate that vernalization response regulates the expression of low temperature(LT)tolerance proteins and determines the duration of expression of LT-induced proteins.

  17. Dynamics of the diazotroph Bacillus polymyxa in the rhizosphere of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) after inoculation and its effect on uptake of 15N-labelled fertilizer

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    An experiment under glasshouse conditions with a sandy soil was conducted to evaluate the effect of the inoculation of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) roots with Bacillus polymyxa on N uptake by plants and to investigate the effect of N fertilization on the dynamics of this strain. Different treatments were considered: (i) amended (100 kg N ha−1) or not with 15N labelled ammonium nitrate; (ii) inoculated (2.5 107 spores per seed and 0.5 109 spores kg−1 soil) or not with B. polymyxa CF43. No promoting effect on wheat growth (dry yield) or N uptake was observed after inoculation under these experimental conditions; 62 per cent of the N fertilizer was assimilated by plants during the first 33 days. Inoculation had no effect on the quantity of soil adhering to the roots. Soluble organic C and inorganic N concentrations were higher in the soil adhering to the roots than in bulk soil. However, the nitrate concentration in soil adhering to the roots was influenced by inoculation at the beginning of plant growth, nitrate supply to the root system being delayed by its probable retention in the rhizosphere. Furthermore, total bacteria in roots, soil adhering to the roots and bulk soil was not affected by N fertilization. The number of B. polymyxa cells measured by an AB-ELISA method increased first in the bulk soil and later in the soil adhering to the roots after inoculation. Fertilization with N decreased the B. polymyxa population in adhering soil, competitive suppression of diazotrophs by non-fixing bacteria probably being induced by the presence of large amounts of nutrients in the rhizosphere when N was added. (author)

  18. A genetic linkage map with 178 SSR and 1 901 SNP markers constructed using a RIL population in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    ZHAI Hui-jie; FENG Zhi-yu; LIU Xin-ye; CHENG Xue-jiao; PENG Hui-ru; YAO Ying-yin; SUN Qi-xin; NI Zhong-fu

    2015-01-01

    The construction of high density genetic linkage map provides a powerful tool to detect and map quantitative trait loci (QTLs) control ing agronomical y important traits. In this study, simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers and Il umina 9K iSelect single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) genechip were employed to construct one genetic linkage map of common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) using 191 recombinant inbred lines (RILs) derived from cross Yu 8679×Jing 411. This map included 1 901 SNP loci and 178 SSR loci, covering 1 659.9 cM and 1 000 marker bins, with an average interval distance of 1.66 cM. A, B and D genomes covered 719.1, 703.5 and 237.3 cM, with an average interval distance of 1.66, 1.45 and 2.9 cM, respectively. Notably, the genetic linkage map covered 20 chromosomes, with the exception of chromosome 5D. Bioinformatics analysis revealed that 1 754 (92.27%) of 1 901 mapped SNP loci could be aligned to 1 215 distinct wheat unigenes, among which 1 184 (97.4%) were located on one single chromosome, and the rest 31 (2.6%) were located on 2 to 3 chromosomes. By performing in silico comparison, 214 chromosome deletion bin-mapped expressed sequence tags (ESTs), 1 043 Brachypodium genes and 1 033 rice genes were further added onto the genetic linkage map. This map not only integrated genetic and physical maps, SSR and SNP loci, respectively, but also provided the information of Brachypodium and rice genes corresponding to 1 754 SNP loci. Therefore, it wil be a useful tool for comparative genomics analysis, ifne mapping of QTL/gene control ing agronomical y important traits and marker-assisted selection breeding in wheat.

  19. Uptake of (14)C-atropine and/or its transformation products from soil by wheat (Triticum aestivum var Kronjet) and their translocation to shoots.

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    Jandrić, Zora; Rathor, Mohammad N; Chhem-Kieth, Sorivan; Adu-Gyamfi, Joseph; Mayr, Leopold; Resch, Christian; Bado, Souleymane; Švarc-Gajić, Jaroslava; Cannavan, Andrew

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    Plant uptake of toxins and their translocation to edible plant parts are important processes in the transfer of contaminants into the food chain. Atropine, a highly toxic muscarine receptor antagonist produced by Solanacea species, is found in all plant tissues and can enter the soil and hence be available for uptake by crops. The absorption of atropine and/or its transformation products from soil by wheat (Triticum aestivum var Kronjet) and its distribution to shoots was investigated by growing wheat in soil spiked with unlabeled or (14)C-labeled atropine. Radioactivity attributable to (14)C-atropine and its transformation products was measurable in plants sampled at 15 d after sowing (DAS) and thereafter until the end of experiment. The highest accumulation of (14)C-atropine and/or its transformation products by plants was detected in leaves (between 73 and 90% of the total accumulated) with lower amounts in stems, roots, and seeds (approximately 14%, 9%, and 3%, respectively). (14)C-Atropine and/or its transformation products were detected in soil leachate at 30, 60, and 90 DAS and were strongly adsorbed to soil, with 60% of the applied dose adsorbed at 30 DAS, plateauing at 70% from 60 DAS. Unlabeled atropine was detected in shoots 30 DAS at a concentration of 3.9 ± 0.1 μg kg(-1) (mean ± SD). The observed bioconcentration factor was 2.3 ± 0.04. The results suggest a potential risk of atropine toxicity to consumers. PMID:24007480

  20. Identifying QTL for high-temperature adult-plant resistance to stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici) in the spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivar 'Louise'.

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    Carter, Arron Hyrum; Chen, X M; Garland-Campbell, K; Kidwell, K K

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    Over time, many single, all-stage resistance genes to stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici) in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) are circumvented by race changes in the pathogen. In contrast, high-temperature, adult-plant resistance (HTAP), which only is expressed during the adult-plant stage and when air temperatures are warm, provides durable protection against stripe rust. Our objective was to identify major quantitative trait loci (QTL) for HTAP resistance to stripe rust in the spring wheat cultivar 'Louise'. The mapping population consisted of 188 recombinant inbred lines (RIL) from a Louise (resistant) by 'Penawawa' (susceptible) cross. F(5:6) lines were evaluated for stripe rust reaction under natural infection in replicated field trials at five locations in the US Pacific Northwest in 2007 and 2008. Infection type (IT) and disease severity were recorded for each RIL 2-4 times per location. In all environments, Penawawa, the susceptible parent, was rated with an IT ranging from 6 to 8 at all growth stages evaluated. In contrast, Louise, the resistant parent, was rated with an IT of 2 or 3 across growth stages. Distribution of IT values was bimodal, indicating a single major gene was affecting the trait. The parents and RIL population were evaluated with 295 polymorphic simple sequence repeat and one single nucleotide polymorphism markers. One major QTL, designated QYrlo.wpg-2BS, associated with HTAP resistance in Louise, was detected on chromosome 2BS (LOD scores ranging from 5.5 to 62.3 across locations and years) within a 16.9 cM region flanked by Xwmc474 and Xgwm148. SSR markers associated with QYrlo.wpg-2BS are currently being used in marker-based forward breeding strategies to transfer the target region into adapted germplasm to improve the durability of resistance in resulting cultivars. PMID:19644666

  1. Identification and mapping QTL for high-temperature adult-plant resistance to stripe rust in winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivar 'Stephens'.

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    Santra, D K; Chen, X M; Santra, M; Campbell, K G; Kidwell, K K

    2008-09-01

    High-temperature adult-plant (HTAP) resistance from the winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) cultivar 'Stephens' has protected wheat crops from stripe rust caused by Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici for 30 years. The objectives of this study were to identify quantitative trait loci (QTL) for HTAP resistance in Stephens through genetic linkage analysis and identify DNA markers linked to the QTL for use in marker-assisted breeding. Mapping populations consisted of 101 recombinant inbred lines (RILs) through single-seed descent from 'Stephens' (resistant) x 'Michigan Amber' (susceptible). F(5), F(6) and F(7) RILs were evaluated for stripe rust resistance at Pullman, WA in 1996, 1997 and 1998, respectively, whereas F(8) RILs were evaluated at Mt Vernon, WA, USA in 2005. The 101 F(8) RILs were evaluated with 250 resistance gene analog polymorphism (RGAP), 245 simple sequence repeat (SSR) and 1 sequence tagged site (STS) markers for genetic linkage map construction. Two QTL, which explained 48-61% of the total phenotypic variation of the HTAP resistance in Stephens, were identified. QYrst.wgp-6BS.1 was within a 3.9-cM region flanked by Xbarc101 and Xbarc136. QYrst.wgp-6BS.2 was mapped in a 17.5-cM region flanked by Xgwm132 and Xgdm113. Both two QTL were physically mapped to the short arm of chromosome 6B, but in different bins. Validation and polymorphism tests of the flanking markers in 43 wheat genotypes indicated that the molecular markers associated with these QTL should be useful in marker-assisted breeding programs to efficiently incorporate HTAP resistance into new wheat cultivars. PMID:18584147

  2. Characterization of γ-aminobutyric acid metabolism and oxidative damage in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) seedlings under salt and osmotic stress.

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    Al-Quraan, Nisreen A; Sartawe, Fatima Al-Batool; Qaryouti, Muien M

    2013-07-15

    The molecular response of plants to abiotic stresses has been considered a process mainly involved in the modulation of transcriptional activity of stress-related genes. Nevertheless, recent findings have suggested new layers of regulation and complexity. Upstream molecular mechanisms are involved in the plant response to abiotic stress. Plants gain resistance to abiotic stress by reprogramming metabolism and gene expression. GABA is proposed to be a signaling molecule involved in nitrogen metabolism, regulating the cytosolic pH, and protection against oxidative damage in response to various abiotic stresses. The aim of our study was to examine the role of the GABA shunt pathway-specific response in five wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars (Hurani 75, Sham I, Acsad 65, Um Qayes and Nodsieh) to salt and osmotic stress in terms of seed germination, seedling growth, oxidative damage (malondialdehyde (MDA) accumulation), and characterization of the glutamate decarboxylse gene (GAD) m-RNA level were determined using RT-PCR techniques. Our data showed a marked increase in GABA, MDA and GAD m-RNA levels under salt and osmotic stress in the five wheat cultivars. Um Qayes cultivar showed the highest germination percentage, GABA accumulation, and MDA level under salt and osmotic stresses. The marked increase in GAD gene expression explains the high accumulation of the GABA level under both stresses. Our results indicated that the GABA shunt is a key signaling and metabolic pathway that allows wheat to adapt to salt and osmotic stress. Based on our data, the Um Qayes wheat cultivar is the cultivar most recommended to be grown in soil with high salt and osmotic contents. PMID:23602379

  3. Comparative functional analysis of wheat (Triticum aestivum zinc finger-containing glycine-rich RNA-binding proteins in response to abiotic stresses.

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    Tao Xu

    Full Text Available Although the functional roles of zinc finger-containing glycine-rich RNA-binding proteins (RZs have been characterized in several plant species, including Arabidopsis thaliana and rice (Oryza sativa, the physiological functions of RZs in wheat (Triticum aestivum remain largely unknown. Here, the functional roles of the three wheat RZ family members, named TaRZ1, TaRZ2, and TaRZ3, were investigated using transgenic Arabidopsis plants under various abiotic stress conditions. Expression of TaRZs was markedly regulated by salt, dehydration, or cold stress. The TaRZ1 and TaRZ3 proteins were localized to the nucleus, whereas the TaRZ2 protein was localized to the nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, and cytoplasm. Germination of all three TaRZ-expressing transgenic Arabidopsis seeds was retarded compared with that of wild-type seeds under salt stress conditions, whereas germination of TaRZ2- or TaRZ3-expressing transgenic Arabidopsis seeds was retarded under dehydration stress conditions. Seedling growth of TaRZ1-expressing transgenic plants was severely inhibited under cold or salt stress conditions, and seedling growth of TaRZ2-expressing plants was inhibited under salt stress conditions. By contrast, expression of TaRZ3 did not affect seedling growth of transgenic plants under any of the stress conditions. In addition, expression of TaRZ2 conferred freeze tolerance in Arabidopsis. Taken together, these results suggest that different TaRZ family members play various roles in seed germination, seedling growth, and freeze tolerance in plants under abiotic stress.

  4. Isolation of a wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) mutant in ABA 8'-hydroxylase gene: effect of reduced ABA catabolism on germination inhibition under field condition.

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    Chono, Makiko; Matsunaka, Hitoshi; Seki, Masako; Fujita, Masaya; Kiribuchi-Otobe, Chikako; Oda, Shunsuke; Kojima, Hisayo; Kobayashi, Daisuke; Kawakami, Naoto

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    Pre-harvest sprouting, the germination of mature seeds on the mother plant under moist condition, is a serious problem in cereals. To investigate the effect of reduced abscisic acid (ABA) catabolism on germination in hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), we cloned the wheat ABA 8'-hydroxyase gene which was highly expressed during seed development (TaABA8'OH1) and screened for mutations that lead to reduced ABA catabolism. In a screen for natural variation, one insertion mutation in exon 5 of TaABA8'OH1 on the D genome (TaABA8'OH1-D) was identified in Japanese cultivars including 'Tamaizumi'. However, a single mutation in TaABA8'OH1-D had no clear effect on germination inhibition in double haploid lines. In a screen for a mutation, one deletion mutant lacking the entire TaABA8'OH1 on the A genome (TaABA8'OH1-A), TM1833, was identified from gamma-ray irradiation lines of 'Tamaizumi'. TM1833 (a double mutant in TaABA8'OH1-A and TaABA8'OH1-D) showed lower TaABA8'OH1 expression, higher ABA content in embryos during seed development under field condition and lower germination than those in 'Tamaizumi' (a single mutant in TaABA8'OH1-D). These results indicate that reduced ABA catabolism through mutations in TaABA8'OH1 may be effective in germination inhibition in field-grown wheat. PMID:23641187

  5. Comparative functional analysis of wheat (Triticum aestivum) zinc finger-containing glycine-rich RNA-binding proteins in response to abiotic stresses.

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    Xu, Tao; Gu, Lili; Choi, Min Ji; Kim, Ryeo Jin; Suh, Mi Chung; Kang, Hunseung

    2014-01-01

    Although the functional roles of zinc finger-containing glycine-rich RNA-binding proteins (RZs) have been characterized in several plant species, including Arabidopsis thaliana and rice (Oryza sativa), the physiological functions of RZs in wheat (Triticum aestivum) remain largely unknown. Here, the functional roles of the three wheat RZ family members, named TaRZ1, TaRZ2, and TaRZ3, were investigated using transgenic Arabidopsis plants under various abiotic stress conditions. Expression of TaRZs was markedly regulated by salt, dehydration, or cold stress. The TaRZ1 and TaRZ3 proteins were localized to the nucleus, whereas the TaRZ2 protein was localized to the nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, and cytoplasm. Germination of all three TaRZ-expressing transgenic Arabidopsis seeds was retarded compared with that of wild-type seeds under salt stress conditions, whereas germination of TaRZ2- or TaRZ3-expressing transgenic Arabidopsis seeds was retarded under dehydration stress conditions. Seedling growth of TaRZ1-expressing transgenic plants was severely inhibited under cold or salt stress conditions, and seedling growth of TaRZ2-expressing plants was inhibited under salt stress conditions. By contrast, expression of TaRZ3 did not affect seedling growth of transgenic plants under any of the stress conditions. In addition, expression of TaRZ2 conferred freeze tolerance in Arabidopsis. Taken together, these results suggest that different TaRZ family members play various roles in seed germination, seedling growth, and freeze tolerance in plants under abiotic stress. PMID:24800811

  6. Postulación de Genes de Resistencia a la Roya de la Hoja (Puccinia triticina Ericks.) en Plántula y Planta Adulta en Genotipos Élite de Trigo Harinero (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Julio Huerta Espino; Singh, Ravi P.; Héctor Eduardo Villaseñor Mir; Eduardo Espitia Rangel; Santos Gerardo Leyva Mir

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    El programa de mejoramiento genético de trigo (Triticum aestivum) del Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agrícolas y Pecuarias de México está trabajando para generar variedades que posean resistencia parcial o resistencia de planta adulta al hongo Puccinia triticina, para lo cual, es necesario conocer los genes que el germoplasma élite expresa a nivel de plántula y planta adulta. Se evaluaron 48 genotipos de trigo harinero inoculados con 18 razas fisiológicas de roya de la hoja...

  7. Proizvodnja suplemenata izraženih antioksidativnih svojstava fermentacijom na čvrstoj podlozi od pšenice (Triticum aestivum Linn.), s pomoću gljive Cordyceps militaris

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    Zhang, Zuofa; Lv, Guoying; Pan, Huijuan; Fan, Leifa; Soccol, Carlos Ricardo; Pandey, Ashok

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    U radu su ispitana antioksidativna svojstva fermentirane pšenice (Triticum aestivum Linn.), ekstrahirane pomoću zakiseljene vode, 70 %-tnog acetona i 70 %-tnog etanola, u usporedbi s kontrolnim uzorkom. Antioksidativna aktivnost fermentirane pšenice, tj. njezina sposobnost uklanjanja 1,1-difenil-2-pikrilhidrazilnih i hidroksilnih radikala, reducirajuća snaga te sposobnost keliranja iona željeza, bila je veća od aktivnosti nefermentirane pšenice. Prinos ekstrakcije, ukupni udjel fenola, flavon...

  8. The influence of the forerunner plant and the irrigation on some quality indicators of the wheat plant (Triticum aestivum L. in their growth conditions on the acid soils in the North-Western Romania

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    Ileana ARDELEAN

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    Full Text Available The paper sustains the importance of the forerunner plant concerning the quality of the wheat (Triticum aestivum L. and is based on the research carried out during 2006-2008 on a long term trial placed on the brown luvic (acid soils from Oradea in 1990. In non-irrigating and irrigating conditions as well the smallest protein, wet gluten and dry gluten values were obtained in wheat mono-crop; the values increased in the forerunner plant, wheat-maize and the biggest values were registered in the forerunner plant, wheat-maize-soybean.

  9. Effect of germination on the phytase activity, phytate and total phosphorus contents of rice (Oryza sativa), maize (Zea mays), millet (Panicum miliaceum), sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) and wheat (Triticum aestivum)

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    Azeke, Marshall Arebojie; Egielewa, Samuel Jacob; Eigbogbo, Mary Ugunushe; Ihimire, Inegbenose Godwin

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    The effect of germination on the level of phytase activity and the contents of phytates and phosphorus of five Nigeria grown cereal grains was studied. The cereals screened were rice (Oryza sativa), maize (Zea mays), millet (Panicum miliaceum), sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) and wheat (Triticum aestivum). Phytase activity was high (0.21–0.67 U g-1) in all samples. Phytate content ranged between 5.6 and 6.2 mg g-1 while total phosphorus content ranged between 3.3 and 4.3 mg g-1. During germination,...

  10. L’INFLUENCE DES NITRATES ET DES NITRITES SUR LES ACTIVITÉS DE LA CATALASE ET DE LA PEROXYDASE AU COURS DE LA GERMINATIONS DES GRAINS DE TRITICUM AESTIVUM

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    Anca Huma

    2006-08-01

    Full Text Available Nous avons procédé au traitement des grains de blé germinés (Triticum aestivum par des solutions de nitrates et nitrites de différentes concentrations et nous avons suivi l’activité de deux enzymes, la catalase (E.C. 1.11.1.6 et la peroxydase (E.C. 1.11.1.7, suite a ce traitement. Les résultats expérimentaux montrent que les nitrates et les nitrites présentent une influence modificatrice sur l’activité enzymatique dans les grains en cours de germination.

  11. L’INFLUENCE DES NITRATES ET DES NITRITES SUR LES ACTIVITÉS DE LA CATALASE ET DE LA PEROXYDASE AU COURS DE LA GERMINATIONS DES GRAINS DE TRITICUM AESTIVUM

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    Anca Huma; Ovidiu Toma; Eugen Ungureanu; Lucian Negura

    2006-01-01

    Nous avons procédé au traitement des grains de blé germinés (Triticum aestivum) par des solutions de nitrates et nitrites de différentes concentrations et nous avons suivi l’activité de deux enzymes, la catalase (E.C. 1.11.1.6) et la peroxydase (E.C. 1.11.1.7), suite a ce traitement. Les résultats expérimentaux montrent que les nitrates et les nitrites présentent une influence modificatrice sur l’activité enzymatique dans les grains en cours de germination.

  12. Hiperparatiroidismo primario por adenoma paratiroideo mediastinal

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    Jeffry Solís-Torres; Esteban Mora-Segura

    2015-01-01

    El hiperparatiroidismo primario cursa con un aumento de la secreción de hormona paratiroidea, generalmente debido a un adenoma, e hipercalcemia. Su presentación clásica se diagnostica con la determinación de calcio sérico y de hormona paratiroidea, asociada con estudios de imágenes. Su tratamiento es quirúrgico y tiene altas tasas de éxito. Se analiza el caso de una paciente hipertensa, de 63 años, con historia de pérdida de apetito y debilidad de un año y medio de evolución, por lo que se le...

  13. Toxicidad por óxido de etileno

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    Téllez M. Jairo A.

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    El óxido de etileno, es un compuesto epóxido gaseoso, ampliamente utilizado en nuestro medio como agente esterilizante y de desinfección en instituciones hospitalarias. Los estudios realizados en varios países han demostrado efectos sobre la salud humana, caracterizados por  hipersensibilidad dérmica, irritación del tracto respiratorio, irritación ocular, excitación del S.N.C. y se asocia con presencia de abortos expontáneos, aberraciones cromosómicas e irritación crónica de laringe y tráquea en personal expuesto ocupacionalmente.

  14. Propriedades do Polestireno Modificado por Nanomateriais

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    Oliveira, Pedro Xavier Valente de

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    A incorporação de nanocargas metálicas em matrizes poliméricas, transformando-as em nanocompósitos, constitui um desafio para a investigação em engenharia, no sentido de se dispor de materiais com melhor desempenho físico/mecânico em serviço. No presente estudo foi efectuada a caracterização de nanocompósitos de matriz polimérica reforçada, primeiro por uma carga metálica nanocristalina e posteriormente com adição de nanotubos. A matriz era poliestireno e os reforços nanocristalinos de aç...

  15. Diseño curricular por competencias

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    Candreva, Anna; Susacasa, Sandra

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    En el marco de la Jornada de Educación Médica, realizada en la Facultad de Ciencias Médicas de la UNLP, el 29 de junio próximo pasado, se desarrolló el Taller de DISEÑO CURRICULAR POR COMPETENCIAS con la participación de docentes de distintas cátedras de la carrera de Medicina. En la introducción del taller se expuso el marco teórico de esta cuestión tan significativa para la Educación Médica. Se presentaron los aportes de la Pedagogía Médica con el objetivo de instalar el debate académ...

  16. Osteoporosis inducida por glucocorticoides Glucocorticoid induced osteoporosis

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    R. Gutiérrez-Polo

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available Los glucocorticoides son un grupo de fármacos que se emplean muy frecuentemente en la práctica médica por su indiscutible utilidad. La osteoporosis inducida por éstos supone el principal efecto adverso derivado de su administración sistémica y prolongada, constituyendo la causa más frecuente de osteoporosis secundaria. Comporta además una importante repercusión sanitaria y socioeconómica como consecuencia de las complicaciones que ocasiona, como son las diferentes fracturas óseas por fragilidad, sobre todo vertebrales, y la discapacidad funcional resultante. Se produce de forma temprana, siendo más rápida la pérdida ósea en los meses siguientes a la instauración de dicha terapia, en relación fundamentalmente con la dosis diaria. La patogenia de este tipo de osteoporosis es multifactorial, pero destaca el efecto inhibidor que presentan los glucocorticoides sobre la formación ósea. El manejo adecuado de este serio problema de salud requiere una actitud activa, que sin embargo no es lo suficientemente óptima en la actualidad. Incluye inicialmente las mismas medidas diagnósticas, preventivas y terapéuticas disponibles para otros casos de osteoporosis, pero con ciertas matizaciones y particularidades, especialmente las concernientes al propio manejo de los corticosteroides. Es conveniente un plan multidisciplinar, que se ha mostrado efectivo, principalmente si se realiza de forma temprana desde el inicio de la terapia. No obstante, quedan aún muchas cuestiones por esclarecer tanto en aspectos referentes a la corticoterapia, en general, como a la osteoporosis ocasionada, en particular. Es necesario el estudio y la búsqueda de nuevas terapias que mejoren la efectividad conseguida con las actuales para minimizar las repercusiones adversas que tiene para la salud de estos enfermos la administración de glucocorticoides.Glucocorticoids are a group of drugs widely used in medical practice due to their unquestionable utility

  17. CSCW-TRABALHO COOPERATIVO SUPORTADO POR COMPUTADOR

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    Eulina X. Botelho

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    Full Text Available Neste artigo iremos tratar da área da computação que se preocupa com a evolução rápida da informação e dos potenciais novos para uma comunicação entre povos. Os aspectos chaves são a disponibilidade aumentada de redes de computador e a tendência para o trabalho cooperativo. Uma ênfase principal para sistemas aplicados na sustentação do computador para o trabalho da equipe. As atividades nesse domínio são sabidas pelas noções do groupware ou do trabalho cooperativo suportado por computador (CSCW. Palavras-chave: colaboração, cooperação, cscw, groupware.

  18. Síndrome cerebeloso por amiodarona

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    Neuda S. Garretto

    1994-12-01

    Full Text Available La amiodarona (AMD es una droga antiarritmica cuyos efectos adversos pueden comprometer el sistema nervioso central y periferico. La aparición de un síndrome cerebeloso es infrecuente. Se presenta un paciente masculino de 56 anos de edad que desarolla un síndrome pancerebeloso de 4 meses de evolución, que revierte luego de la suspension de la AMD. El cuadro reaparece meses mas tarde luego de un periodo de automedicacion con la droga. Los mecanismos tóxicos por los cuales la AMD afecta al cerebelo permanecen inciertos. Esta droga de amplia difusión en nuestro medio, como otros antiarritmicos, posee efectos sobre el sistema nervioso que deben ser tenidos en cuenta a fin de poder detectarlos precozmente.

  19. Celulitis por cuerpo extraño

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    Miguel B. Carrasco Guzmán; Mercedes Silva Rojas; Juan Carlos de la Torre Pérez

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    Las infecciones de la piel y el tejido celular subcutáneo surgen como un grupo importante de afecciones con una alta morbilidad en edades pediátricas, generalmente relacionada con traumatismo y cuerpos extraños. Se presenta el caso de una escolar femenina de 6 años de edad, con síntomas y signos clínicos que sugieren celulitis en el muslo derecho,  por su evolución tórpida se le realizó el estudio ultrasonográfico que confirmó el diagnóstico etiológico de una celulitis secundaria a un traumat...

  20. Herida por arma de fuego Gunshot wounds

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    A. Sibón Olano; P. Martínez-García; E. Santiago Romero

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    En el examen de las heridas por arma de fuego, hay que prestar especial interés al orifico de entrada. Un examen minucioso del mismo, nos permitirá conocer la distancia a la que se ha efectuado el disparo; así mismo, nos orientará sobe la trayectoria y etiología médico-legal. El tipo de arma puede modificar en alguna medida el orificio de entrada en los disparos a cañón tocante; como ocurre en las armas de dos cañones, en las que tiene situada su mira en la boca del cañón, o en las que están ...

  1. Choque séptico por ehrliquiosis

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    Viviana Hernández-de Mezerville

    2007-04-01

    Full Text Available La ehrliquiosis humana es una infección zoonótica transmitida por "garrapatas duras" causada por Anaplasma sp y Ehrlichia sp. Puede presentarse como un cuadro pseudogripal con fiebre, malestar general, mialgias y cefalea o hasta un choque séptico con falla multiorgánica y muerte. La mitad de los pacientes requieren atención hospitalaria en algún momento y se reporta una mortalidad de hasta el 5% secundaria a enfermedades oportunistas o a hemorragias. El diagnóstico se puede sospechar visualizando las mórulas intracitoplasmáticas en las células afectadas en frotis de sangre periférica, y se confirma con serología, con cultivos o con detección molecular. El tratamiento de elección es la doxiciclina con buena respuesta clínica. Se reporta un caso probable de ehrliquiosis humana asociado a choque séptico y falla multiorgánica tratado exitosamente en el Hospital Dr. Rafael Angel Calderón Guardia.Human ehrlichiosis is a tick-borne infectious disease caused by Anaplasma sp and Ehrlichia sp. The presentation can range from a flu-like syndrome with fever, malaise, myalgia and headache to a septic shock state with multiorganic dysfunction. Half the patients require in- hospital care and the mortality rate is 5% as a result of opportunistic infections or hemorrhage. The diagnosis can be made by the visualization of intracytoplasmatic morulae in the blood smear, serology, cultives or polymerase chain reaction. The treatment of choice is doxycicline and generally carries a good response. We report a case of human ehrlichiosis associated with septic shock and multiorganic dysfunction successfully treated at the Calderon Guardia Hospital.

  2. Hiperparatiroidismo primario por adenoma paratiroideo mediastinal

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    Jeffry Solís-Torres

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available El hiperparatiroidismo primario cursa con un aumento de la secreción de hormona paratiroidea, generalmente debido a un adenoma, e hipercalcemia. Su presentación clásica se diagnostica con la determinación de calcio sérico y de hormona paratiroidea, asociada con estudios de imágenes. Su tratamiento es quirúrgico y tiene altas tasas de éxito. Se analiza el caso de una paciente hipertensa, de 63 años, con historia de pérdida de apetito y debilidad de un año y medio de evolución, por lo que se le realizaron exámenes de laboratorio que revelaron hipercalcemia y elevación de la hormona paratiroidea. Se le indicó entonces una gamagrafía con Tecnecio 99, que evidenció un nódulo de 18mm de diámetro, ubicado 2 centímetros caudal al lóbulo tiroideo derecho. Se le efectuó una exploración cervical sin encontrarse la lesión, por lo que requirió una esternotomía media superior, que permitió encontrar un adenoma en el mediastino superior, detrás de la vena braquiocefálica derecha, de manera que se procedió a su extracción. Los controles de calcio y de hormona paratiroidea a las 24 horas estaban entre los límites normales, y se egresó.

  3. Atividade de glutationa S-transferase na metabolização de acetochlor, atrazine e oxyfluorfen em milho (Zea mays L.), sorgo (Sorghum bicolor L.) e trigo (Triticum aestivum L.) (Poaceae) Glutathione S-transferase activity in acetochlor, atrazine and oxyfluorfen metabolization in maize (Zea mays L.), sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.) and wheat (Triticum aestivumL.) (Poaceae)

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    Ethel Lourenzi Barbosa Novelli; José Claudionir Carvalho; Guilherme Fernando Gomes Déstro; Karina Luiz Chamma; Leonardo César Ferreira; Ana Catarina Cataneo

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    Este experimento foi conduzido para avaliar a seletividade em plantas dos herbicidas acetochlor, atrazine e oxyfluorfen em relação à atividade da glutationa S-transferase (GST) em plantas de milho (Zea mays L.), sorgo (Sorghum bicolor L.) e trigo (Triticum aestivum L.) (Poaceae). A atividade da GST foi detectada às 24, 48 e 72 horas após as aplicaç��es dos tratamentos. Os tratamentos do experimento consistiram de aplicação com água (controle), acetochlor (3 L.ha-1), atrazine (4 L.ha-1) e oxyf...

  4. Adubação do trigo VI - Experiências de modo de aplicação de nitrogênio em solo de várzea Fertilizer experiments with wheat (Triticum aestivum L.. VI

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    Carlos Eduardo de Oliveira Camargo

    1974-01-01

    Full Text Available Foram realizados dois experimentos de adubação, visando estudar o modo de aplicação do nitrogênio para a cultura de trigo (Triticum aestivum L. era condição de várzea, na Estação Experimental de Mococa, Os resultados obtidos nesses ensaios mostraram grandes efeitos da adubação nitrogenada. Os melhores modos de aplicação de nitrogênio foram: quando esse elemento foi aplicado parceladamente, isto é, 1/5 no sulco de plantio e 4/5 em cobertura, aos 30-40 dias após a germinação, e quando o nitrogênio foi aplicado totalmente em cobertura.This paper presents the results of two mineral fertilizer trials comparing different methods of nitrogen application on wheat (Triticum aestivum L., cultivar 1RN-526-63. They were carried out at the Mococa Experiment Station, in low land conditions, and with irrigation, during the years of 1971 and 1972. Nitrogen had great effect on yields. The best methods of nitrogen application were 1/5 applied in the row and 4/5 applied as top dressing after 30 to 40 days from germination or the total amount of nitrogen applied as top dressing after 30 to 40 days from germination.

  5. Determinacion del naranja de molibdeno por medio de la espectroscopia de ruptura inducida por laser

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    Lorenzo Echevarria; Briccyle Cova; Alberto Fernandez

    2013-01-01

    En el presente trabajo se realizó un estudio sobre los espectros de emisión generados por Ablación Láser de una muestra de naranja de molibdeno, el cual es empleado en la industria como colorante. Adicionalmente, se implementó una metodología que permitió evaluar los efectos tanto del soporte como del número de pulsos sobre la emisión del plasma generado.

  6. La responsabilidad del Estado por el hecho del legislador

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    María Consuelo Alonso; Eric Leiva Ramírez

    2011-01-01

    Analizar el fenómeno de la responsabilidad del Estado causada por los hechos del legislador ha sido un trabajo desarrollado tanto por la doctrina como por la jurisprudencia internacional a mediados del siglo xx. En Francia, por ejemplo, se presentó el primer antecedentejurisprudencial en el año de 1934. En España, su estudio empezó a gestionarse con la promulgación de la Constitución de 1978, dándose el primer fallo judicial en el año de 1993. Para el caso colombiano, la Constitución de 1991 ...

  7. Genetic Analysis and Molecular Mapping of an All-Stage Stripe Rust Resistance Gene inTriticum aestivum-Haynaldia villosa Translocation Line V3

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    HOU Lu; MA Dong-fang; HU Mao-lin; HE Miao-miao; LU Yan; JING Jin-xue

    2013-01-01

    Triticum aestivum-Hayaldia villosa translocation line V3 has shown effective all-stage resistance to the seven dominant pathotypes ofPuccinia striiformsf. sp.tritici prevalent in China. To elucidate the genetic basis of the resistance, the segregating populations were developed from the cross between V3 and susceptible genotype Mingxian 169, seedlings of the parents and F2 progeny were tested with six prevalent pathotypes, including CYR29, CYR31, CYR32-6, CYR33, Sun11-4, and Sun11-11, F1plants and F3lines were also inoculated with Sun11-11 to conifrm the result further. The genetic studied results showed that the resistance of V3 against CYR29 was conferred by two dominant genes, independently, one dominant gene and one recessive gene conferring independently or a single dominant gene to confer resistance to CYR31, two complementary dominant genes conferring resistance to both CYR32-6 and Sun11-4, two independently dominant genes or three dominant genes (two of the genes show cumulative effect) conferring resistance to CYR33, a single dominant gene for resistance to Sun11-11. Resistance gene analog polymorphism (RGAP) and simple-sequence repeat (SSR) techniques were used to identify molecular markers linked to the single dominant gene (temporarily designated asYrV3) for resistance to Sun11-11. A linkage map of 2 RGAP and 7 SSR markers was constructed for the dominant gene using data from 221 F2 plants and their derived F2:3 lines tested with Sun11-11 in the greenhouse. Ampliifcation of the complete set of nulli-tetrasomic lines of Chinese Spring with a RGAP marker RG1 mapped the gene on the chromosome 1B, and then the linked 7 SSR markers located this gene on the long arm of chromosome 1B. The linkage map spanned a genetic distance of 25.0 cM, the SSR markersXgwm124 andXcfa2147closely linked toYrV3 with genetic distances of 3.0 and 3.8 cM, respectively. Based on the linkage map, it concluded that the resistance geneYrV3was located on chromosome arm 1BL. Given

  8. Analysis of main effect QTL for thousand grain weight in European winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L. by genome-wide association mapping

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    Christine Désirée Zanke

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Grain weight, an essential yield component, is under strong genetic control and at the same time markedly influenced by the environment. Genetic analysis of the thousand grain weight (TGW by genome-wide association study (GWAS was performed with a panel of 358 European winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L. varieties and 14 spring wheat varieties using phenotypic data of field tests in eight environments. Wide phenotypic variations were indicated for the TGW with BLUEs (best linear unbiased estimations values ranging from 35.9 g to 58.2 g with a mean value of 45.4 g and a heritability of H2=0.89. A total of 12 candidate genes for plant height, photoperiodism and grain weight were genotyped on all varieties. Only three candidates, the photoperiodism gene Ppd-D1, dwarfing gene Rht-B1and the TaGW-6A gene were significant explaining up to 14.4%, 2.3% and 3.4% of phenotypic variation, respectively. For a comprehensive genome-wide analysis of TGW-QTL genotyping data from 732 microsatellite markers and a set of 7769 mapped SNP markers genotyped with the 90k iSELECT array were analyzed. In total, 342 significant (-log10 (P-value > 3.0 marker trait associations (MTAs were detected for SSR markers and 1195 MTAs (-log10P-value > 3.0 for SNP markers in all single environments plus the BLUEs. After Bonferroni correction, 28 MTAs remained significant for SSR markers (-log10 (P-value > 4.82 and 58 MTAs for SNP markers (-log10 (P value > 5.89. Apart from chromosomes 4B and 6B for SSR markers and chromosomes 4D and 5D for SNP markers, MTAs were detected on all chromosomes. The highest number of significant SNP markers was found on chromosomes 3B and 1B, while for the SSRs most markers were significant on chromosomes 6D and 3D. Overall, TGW was determined by many markers with small effects. Only three SNP-markers had R2 values above 6%.

  9. Early interspecific interference in the wheat/faba bean (Triticum aestivum/ Vicia faba ssp. minor and rapeseed/squarrosum clover (Brassica napus var. oleifera/Trifolium squarrosum intercrops

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    Paolo Benincasa

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Most of research on intercrops evaluate performances and interference between species on the basis of final yield, while little knowledge is available on the interference in early stages and at the root level, at least for cultivated intercrops. In fact, in the few studies on this subject species are often combined minding at experimental needs (e.g. common substrate, temperature and water requirements, easy root separation more than at their actual use in the farm. The present work evaluates interspecific interference during early developmental stages for two intercrops of agricultural interest: soft wheat-faba bean and rapeseed-squarrosum clover. Improving this knowledge would help intercrop growth modelling and rational cultivation. The experiments were carried out on soft wheat (Triticum aestivum, faba bean (Vicia faba var. minor, rapeseed (Brassica napus var. oleifera and squarrosum clover (Trifolium squarrosum, germinated and grown until 32 days after sowing (DAS as one-species stands or as wheat/faba bean and rapeseed/squarrosum clover intercrops, with different densities and proportions for the two species in each couple. Germination was studied in controlled-temperature chamber, plantlet growth was studied on pots in the greenhouse. During germination no interspecific interference was observed for both wheat/faba bean and rapeseed/squarrosum clover intercrops. During plantlet growth, interspecific interference occurred in both intercrops causing variations in whole plant and root dry matter accumulation. In the wheat/faba bean intercrop each species suffered from the competitive effect of the companion species and faba bean was the dominant species when present in lower proportion than wheat. The unexpectedly high aggressivity of faba bean may be explained either with the greater seed size that could have represented an initial advantage within the short duration of the experiment or with the competition towards wheat for substrate N

  10. Estudio electrofisiologico en la neuropatia por Vincristina

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    Olga P. Sanz

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    Full Text Available Diez pacientes afectados por diversas patologías que requerían tratamiento crónico con Vincristina, fueron sometidos a estudios electrofisiológicos en los que se valoró: el número de unidades motoras (UM funcionantes en los músculos de la eminencia tenar, los valores de los incrementos medios de UM, velocidad de conducción motora y su latencia residual en el nervio mediano, la velocidad de conducción sensitiva del mismo nervio y el estado de la transmisión neuromuscular. Los valores obtenidos fueron comparados con grupos controles. Los resultados mostraron disminución del número de UM; las UM remanentes presentaron amplitud reducida junto a otras cuyo tamaño no superaba el del grupo control, hecho que sugiere la incapacidad de lograr una reinervación adecuada. Las velocidades de conducción motora y sensitiva mostraron valores diminuídos, con mayor compromiso en los segmentos distales. Junto a estos datos se halló respuesta miasteniforme al estímulo repetitivo. Todos estos resultados permiten postular la existencia de un compromiso de la unidad motora, abarcando todos sus segmentos, en pacientes intoxicados con Vincristina.

  11. Estrategias de crecimiento empresarial aplicadas por hipermercados

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    Miraidy Leal Morantes

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available El presente estudio tiene como objetivo caracterizar las estrategias de crecimiento empresarial, representadas por alianzas y adquisiciones, que han sido aplicadas en el sector de distribución de bienes de consumo masivo, específicamente en los hipermercados ubicados en Maracaibo, Estado Zulia, como manera de responder al entorno competitivo y cambiante en el cual se desenvuelven. La investigación se desarrolló a través de un estudio de carácter descriptivo; para la recolección de datos se aplicó un cuestionario estructurado, bajo la modalidad de entrevista, a gerentes generales y financieros. Los resultados evidencian que las estrategias de crecimiento empresarial utilizadas son la apertura de nuevos establecimientos comerciales, adquisición de empresas y participación accionaria en grandes cadenas, las cuales propician la concentración del mercado de distribución comercial, afectando a algunas empresas venezolanas del sector cuya oferta no puede competir; asimismo, los proveedores se enfrentan a cadenas con gran poder de negociación.

  12. Por uma nova ética ambiental

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    Edna Parizzi de Viveiros

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available RESUMOEste artigo procura abordar a relação do homem com o ambiente. Entre outros pontos de discussão, argumenta que o cientificismo contribuiu para que se aprofundasse a visão de posse absoluta e exploração implacável sobre a natureza (terra, água, florestas, e que as fragilidades apresentadas pelo Planeta na atualidade são resultados do modo pelo qual se deu essa relação, ou seja, o modo como a partir do "domínio" sobre a natureza, o homem dilapidou e continua dilapidando os recursos naturais, com o intuito de produzir cada vez mais bens para o consumo, gerar e concentrar riquezas. Por fim, o artigo trata da emergência da educação ambiental e da prática interdisciplinar entre saberes, para que se possa construir uma nova ética ambiental, tão necessária à sobrevivência do Planeta.

  13. Libertad, igualdad, sostenibilidad. Por un ecofeminismo ilustrado

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    Puleo, Alicia H.

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available This article presents the proposal of an enlightened Ecofeminism and defines it as an ethic-political thinking about human relations to Nature. It aims at ecojustice and sustainability, which are characterized through the criticism of prejudice, through the principles of equality and autonomy, and through the nominalist conceptualization of gender, intercultural dialogue and the sensible acceptance of science and technique. The enlightened Ecofeminism universalizes virtues such as caring for the human and non-human Nature, and defends a compassionate moral towards the radical finitude of the world.

    En este artículo se presenta la propuesta de un ecofeminismo ilustrado entendido como reflexión ético-política sobre las relaciones de los humanos con la Naturaleza. Orientado a la ecojusticia y la sostenibilidad, el ecofeminismo ilustrado se caracterizaría por la crítica al prejuicio, la defensa de los principios de igualdad y autonomía, la conceptualización nominalista del género, el diálogo intercultural, la aceptación prudente de la ciencia y la técnica, la universalización de las virtudes del cuidado aplicadas a los humanos y al resto de la Naturaleza, y una moral de la compasión frente a la radical finitud del mundo.

  14. Identidad e interculturalidad: un horizonte por visitar

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    Marian Pérez Bernal

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available En el presente trabajo mantenemos que el concepto de identidad defendido por Amin Maalouf puede ser una interesante vía para conseguir una aproximación entre las distintas culturas capaz de conducirnos a un diálogo fructífero que nos permitan gestionar la multiculturalidad actual. Defendemos que las culturas sean vistas como escenas de debate y contestación en constante proceso de construcción y reconstrucción y en las que siempre primen unos valores que nos conciernen a todos y que han de ser irrenunciables.In this paper, it is stated that the concept of identity defended by Amin Maalouf could be an interesting way to achieve a rapprochement amongst different cultures. This could lead to a fruitful dialog allowing to manage today’s multiculturalism. It is also defended that cultures should be considered as instruments of debate and reply on a continuous process of construction and reconstruction. However, cultures should not prevail over a series of values that concern to all of us and that should be inalienable.

  15. Herida por arma de fuego Gunshot wounds

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    A. Sibón Olano

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available En el examen de las heridas por arma de fuego, hay que prestar especial interés al orifico de entrada. Un examen minucioso del mismo, nos permitirá conocer la distancia a la que se ha efectuado el disparo; así mismo, nos orientará sobe la trayectoria y etiología médico-legal. El tipo de arma puede modificar en alguna medida el orificio de entrada en los disparos a cañón tocante; como ocurre en las armas de dos cañones, en las que tiene situada su mira en la boca del cañón, o en las que están dotadas de bocacha apagafuegos.When examining firearm wounds, special attention must be paid to the entrance wound. Meticulous examination will establish the range at wich the shot was fired as well as the trajectory and the manner of death (forensic etiology. In a contact gunshot wound, the type of weapon can modify the entrance wound to some extent. This is what happens in double barrel muzzle or in those endowed with a fireguard.

  16. Cloning and Characterization of Purple Acid Phosphatase Phytases from Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.), Maize (Zea maize L.) and Rice (Oryza sativa L.)

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    Dionisio, Giuseppe; Madsen, Claus Krogh; Holm, Preben Bach;

    2011-01-01

    Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) and wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) possess a significant phytase activity in the mature grains. Maize (Zea mays L.) and rice (Oryza sativa L.) possess little or virtually no pre-formed phytase activity in the mature grain and depend fully on de novo synthesis during...

  17. Marker Assisted Transfer of Two Powdery Mildew Resistance Genes PmTb7A.1 and PmTb7A.2 from Triticum boeoticum (Boiss. to Triticum aestivum (L..

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    Ahmed Fawzy Abdelnaby Elkot

    Full Text Available Powdery mildew (PM, caused by Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici, is one of the important wheat diseases, worldwide. Two PM resistance genes, designated as PmTb7A.1 and PmTb7A.2, were identified in T. boeoticum acc. pau5088 and mapped on chromosome 7AL approximately 48cM apart. Two resistance gene analogue (RGA-STS markers Ta7AL-4556232 and 7AL-4426363 were identified to be linked to the PmTb7A.1 and PmTb7A.2, at a distance of 0.6cM and 6.0cM, respectively. In the present study, following marker assisted selection (MAS, the two genes were transferred to T. aestivum using T. durum as bridging species. As many as 12,317 florets of F1 of the cross T. durum /T. boeoticum were pollinated with T. aestivum lines PBW343-IL and PBW621 to produce 61 and 65 seeds, respectively, of three-way F1. The resulting F1s of the cross T. durum/T. boeoticum//T. aestivum were screened with marker flanking both the PM resistance genes PmTb7A.1 and PmTb7A.2 (foreground selection and the selected plants were backcrossed to generate BC1F1. Marker assisted selection was carried both in BC1F1 and the BC2F1 generations. Introgression of alien chromatin in BC2F1 plants varied from 15.4-62.9 percent. Out of more than 110 BC2F1 plants showing introgression for markers linked to the two PM resistance genes, 40 agronomically desirable plants were selected for background selection for the carrier chromosome to identify the plants with minimum of the alien introgression. Cytological analysis showed that most plants have chromosome number ranging from 40-42. The BC2F2 plants homozygous for the two genes have been identified. These will be crossed to generate lines combining both the PM resistance genes but with minimal of the alien introgression. The PM resistance gene PmTb7A.1 maps in a region very close to Sr22, a stem rust resistance gene effective against the race Ug99. Analysis of selected plants with markers linked to Sr22 showed introgression of Sr22 from T. boeoticum in

  18. Cytogenetics and immature embryo culture at Embrapa Trigo breeding program: transfer of disease resistance from related species by artificial resynthesis of hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L. em. Thell

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    Maria Irene Baggio de Moraes Fernandes

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    Full Text Available Worldwide wheat (Triticum aestivum L. em. Thell, 2n = 6X = 42, AABBDD breeding programs aim to reorganize genotypes to achieve better yields, environmental adaptation and food quality. The necessary interdisciplinarity for breeding purposes requires an accurate choice of the most appropriate cellular and/or molecular strategies available to be integrated with agronomic approaches in order to overcome the genetic limitation of each cultivated species, at each agroecosystem. Cytogenetics has given a great contribution to wheat genetic studies and breeding, due to viability of chromosomal variants because of homoeology among genomes in this allohexaploid species and the genus Triticum. The level of development of cytogenetic techniques achieved over the last 60 years has set wheat apart from other cereal crops in terms of possibilities to introduce genetic material from other species. Cytogenetic approaches have been extensively used in chromosomal mapping and/or resistance gene transference from tribe Triticeae-related species. Monosomic analysis, entire chromosomes engineered through single additions and/or substitutions, reciprocal translocation through radiation or manipulation of homoeologous pairing, as well as synthesis of new amphiploids to allow homologous recombination by chiasmata evolved considerably since the past decades. The association of tissue culture and molecular biology techniques provides bread wheat breeding programs with a powerful set of biotechnological tools. However, knowledge on genetic system components, cytotaxonomical relationships, cytogenetic structure and evolutionary history of wheat species cannot be neglected. This information indicates the appropriate strategy to avoid isolation mechanisms in interspecific or intergeneric crosses, according to the genome constitution of the species the desired gene is to be transferred from. The development of amphiploids as "bridge" species is one of the available procedures

  19. Mortalidad por tumores en Santander, 1998-2006

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    Full Text Available Objetivo: Describir la mortalidad por tumores en el departamento de Santander, Colombia, en el período comprendido entre 1998 y 2006. Métodos: Estudio descriptivo, longitudinal de recolección retrospectiva basado en registros oficiales nacionales. Se realizó análisis de mortalidad por sexo, edad, zona de residencia y tipo de tumor. Resultados:Se registró un total de 13,219 defunciones, con una tasa promedio anual de 76.2 casos por 100,000 habitantes; lastasas más altas se presentaron a partir del año 2002. Elriesgo de morir fue 5% superior en los hombres, exceptoentre los de 25 y 54 años, donde fue superior en las mujeres.El tumor maligno de estómago fue el más frecuente como causa de muerte (tasa mediana 11.8 por 100,000 habitantes. En las mujeres este tumor fue seguido por los tumores malignos de mama y cuello de útero, con tasas medianas de 8.1 y 7.7 por 100,000 habitantes, mientras que en los hombres por los tumores malignos de próstata y debronquios y pulmón, con tasas medianas de 10.7 y 8.3 casos por 100,000 habitantes. Conclusiones: La mortalidad por tumores en Santander constituye la segunda causa de muerte y lleva a fortalecer el diagnóstico temprano de esta enfermedad y de las estrategias poblacionales dirigidas al control de los factores de riesgo.

  20. Mejoramiento de Dieta Porcina por Metodología Simplex

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    Jorge Luis García Alcaraz

    2007-01-01

    Este artículo presenta los resultados de la continuación de una investigación de tesis de maestría, en la que se generó una mezcla para la alimentación de cerdos por medio de la técnica de Investigación de Operaciones denominada método SIMPLEX. Se generó una mezcla para cada una de las seis etapas de crecimiento recomendadas por el NRC 2001 (National Research Council) por medio de un modelo, el cual integraba maíz, sorgo, harina de pescado, alfalfa, minerales, melaza y soya. El experimento se...

  1. Aprendizaje por refuerzo en espacios de estados continuos

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    Fernández Rebollo, Fernando

    2002-01-01

    El aprendizaje por refuerzo es un modelo de aprendizaje que permite implementar comportamientos inteligentes de forma automática. La mayor parte de la teoría del aprendizaje por refuerzo tiene su fundamento en la programación dinámica, y por tanto, en lo que se denominan funciones de valor. Sin embargo, la implementación tradicional de estas funciones en forma tabular no es práctica cuando el espacio de estados es muy grande, o incluso infinito. Cuando se produce esta situación, se deben apli...

  2. La responsabilidad del Estado por la actividad del legislador

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    María Consuelo Alonso García; Eric Leiva Ramírez

    2012-01-01

    Analizar el fenómeno de la responsabilidad del Estado causada por los hechos del legislador ha sido un trabajo desarrollado tanto por la doctrina y la jurisprudencia internacional a mediados del siglo xx. En Francia, por ejemplo, se presentó el primer antecedente jurisprudencial en el año de 1934. En España, su estudio empezó a gestionarse con la promulgación de la Constitución de 1978, presentándose el primer fallo judicial en el año de 1993. Para el caso colombiano, la Constitución de 1991 ...

  3. Selección de Recursos Humanos por Competencias

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    Sánchez Domingo, Cristina

    2013-01-01

    Los objetivos de este trabajo son, por un lado conocer en qué consisten los procesos de valoración y selección de personas desde el enfoque de las competencias laborales. Para ello, ha sido preciso profundizar en el estudio del concepto de “competencia laboral”, y comprender qué es la Gestión de Recursos Humanos por Competencias, en cuyo seno se encuentra la propia Selección de Recursos Humanos. Por otra parte, un segundo objetivo del trabajo es conocer el grado de implantación de la Selecció...

  4. El aprendizaje por indagación I.

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    Gómez Martín, Francisco

    2013-01-01

    Este artículo explora cómo se puede usar el aprendizaje por indagación en la enseñanza de las matemáticas. En las matemáticas hace años que se emplea bajo múltiples formas: aprendizaje por resolución de problemas, el método Moore, aprendizaje por proyectos, aprendizaje orientado al proceso, entre otros. En la música, a la luz de nuestro más leal conocimiento, parece que apenas está implantado.

  5. Entendiendo las brechas salariales por genero en Chile

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    Marcela Perticara; Ivonne Bueno

    2008-01-01

    El propósito de este paper es estudiar las brechas salariales por género en Chile usando una nueva base de datos, la Encuesta de Protección Social 2002-2006, la que permite controlar por la experiencia laboral efectiva y el timming de dicha experiencia. Las variables de experiencia laboral potencial no reflejan el patrón de participación laboral intermitente y poco continuo que tienen las mujeres en Chile. Se introducen también correcciones por selección ocupacional y se instrumentan dos vari...

  6. Perforación intestinal por un palillo de dientes

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    Marvin Yglesias-Rosales; Andrea Medina-Méndez; Andrea Rodríguez-González

    2006-01-01

    Existe una gran variedad de cuerpos extraños que son deglutidos por los seres humanos, entre los cuales son numerosos los que pueden producir una perforación del tracto gastrointestinal. Se enfocará esta discusión en los palillos de dientes, caso particular, por poseer 2 extremos puntiagudos, lo que hace se consideren como portadores de una gran morbimortalidad. El espectro de manifestaciones clínicas asociado con las lesiones por palillos de dientes ingeridos es muy amplio; el diagnóstico de...

  7. Topoplastia de Cvintal assistida por laser de femtossegundo

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    Alexandre Takayoshi Ishizaki

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available Apresentamos um relato de astigmatismo tardio progressivo pós-transplante de córnea para ceratocone, associado à afinamento periférico na junção doador-receptor, o que presumidamente pode ser considerado como recorrência da ectasia. O caso foi tratado por meio de Topoplastia de Cvintal assistida por laser de femtossegundo para a confecção da incisão com geometria "top hat", seguido de sutura com ajuste per-operatório guiado por ceratoscopia.

  8. Mujeres por la utilidad de la virtud

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    Nancy Rodríguez Pupo

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available La mujer cubana ostenta una vasta tradición combativa y es ejemplo de entereza, abnegación, sacrificio y compromiso social. Quien se acerque a la historia de nuestro proceso nacional-liberador a todo lo largo de su devenir, constatará su presencia como forjadoras de la nación. Integrante fundamental de la sociedad, la mujer hizo suyas las ansias libertadoras y desempeñó un rol importante en aras de crear una patria común. Se trata de entender que en lo más mínimo su papel fue de “retaguardia”, sino todo lo contrario, su trabajo fue necesario y en no pocas ocasiones empuñó las armas y con valentía gritó ¡viva Cuba libre!, incluso a cambio de su vida, como lo protagonizó la tunera Mercedes Varona. El ejemplo de la mujer cubana y particularmente tunera, es imperecedero en su doble función de ser social y generadora de nuevas vidas, con amplias posibilidades de realización personal y profesional luego de 1959. Su actuación se manifiesta en cada actividad del sector de la salud pública como médica, enfermera, técnica, profesora y estomatóloga, así como también en otros puestos de trabajo no menos necesarios. Ellas con altruismo, solidaridad, responsabilidad y humanismo, son continuadoras de las mejores tradiciones científicas, patrióticas y revolucionarias de nuestro pueblo. Esta edición se dedica al 8 de marzo, día internacional de la mujer, las homenajeamos y recordamos la obra de Laura Martínez Carvajal, primera médica cubana, quien desafió los prejuicios de su época o Isabel Rubio que puso sus conocimientos de medicina farmacéutica al servicio del Ejército Libertador, en el que alcanzó los grados de capitana de sanidad; por citar dos entre las grandes. Otras féminas de la localidad ejercieron en la manigua sus dotes de parteras o enfermeras, tal el caso de Anita Cruz, magnífica artillera, quien estuvo al frente de un hospital de campaña durante la guerra. Allí curó heridas, infecciones, disenter

  9. Epidemia de hepatite veiculada por gamaglobulina contaminada

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    Anastácio Ferreira Morgado

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    gamaglobulina foram testadas, em laboratórios de referência da Organização Mundial de Saúde, encontrando-se o Ag HB em seis (54,5%J. Os autores concluem que houve alguma falha grave no processo de preparo da gamaglobulina em apreço. E por isto deve-se ter reservas quanto á noção difundida de que esse medicamento está isento do risco de transmitir o vírus hepatite.

  10. Impacto do manejo da água na toxidez por ferro no arroz irrigado por alagamento

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    Fabiana Schmidt

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available A toxidez por ferro é o distúrbio nutricional de maior ocorrência em arroz (Oryza sativa L. cultivado em sistemas alagados, derivada da quantidade excessiva de íons ferrosos (Fe2+ gerados pela redução de óxidos de ferro em solos alagados. Em experimento conduzido em casa de vegetação, foram avaliados os efeitos de manejos da água de irrigação na dinâmica de redução de um Planossolo e na manifestação da toxidez por ferro em arroz. Os tratamentos dispostos em blocos completos ao acaso com quatro repetições constaram de cinco manejos da água: T1- início do alagamento no estádio V2-V3 do arroz; T2- início do alagamento no estádio V6-V7; T3- T1 e drenagem no estádio V10-V11; T4- T2 e drenagem no estádio V10-V11; e T5- T1 e drenagens nos estádios V7-V8 e V10-V11. O atraso do início do alagamento para o estádio V6-V7 do arroz manteve os valores do Eh da solução do solo mais elevados, promovendo menor disponibilidade de Fe2+ na solução do solo e deslocando a máxima liberação de Fe2+ na solução do solo para estádios fenológicos mais avançados do arroz. A realização de drenagens ao longo do ciclo vegetativo do arroz promoveu a reoxidação do solo, que ocasionou o aumento dos valores de Eh e redução da concentração de Fe2+ na solução do solo. O uso de drenagens durante o período vegetativo do arroz foi eficiente no controle da toxidez por excesso de ferro, em arroz cultivado em solo alagado.

  11. 普通小麦-簇毛麦易位系T6BS·6BL-2VS的选育%Identification of Triticum aestivum-Haynaldia villosa Translocation Line T6BS·6BL-2VS

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    陈全战; 张边江; 周峰; 吴梅; 李华春

    2008-01-01

    [Objective] The aim of experiment was to provide a new germplasm for wheat breeding by further using desirable genes in 2V chromosome of Haynaldia villosa.[Method] Through hybridization between common wheat(Triticum aestivum)-Haynaldia villosa disomic substitution line and common wheat Nonglin26-3C chromosome of Aegilops triuncialis disomic addition line, the analysis methods such as chromosome C-banding, genomic in situ hybridization and molecular marker technique were comprehensively applied and combined characters investigation.[Result] The wheat-Haynaldia villosa translocation line(T6BS·6BL-2VS) was selected from hybrid progenies to conduct characters investigation,which found some bristles on glume ridge of T6BS·6BL-2VS.[Conclusion] The translocation line induced by gametocidal chromosome was a small segment translocation line and the gene of bristle on glume ridge of Haynaldia villosa was located between the middle and the terminal of 2VS.

  12. Analyse fonctionnelle de TaGW2, une E3 ligase de type RING, dans le développement du grain de blé tendre (Triticum aestivum)

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    Bednarek, Julie

    2012-01-01

    Le blé tendre, Triticum aestivum, est une des céréales les plus cultivées au monde et est d'une importance considérable pour l'alimentation humaine, fournissant environ un cinquième des calories consommées par l'Homme. Le rendement en grain chez les céréales dépend majoritairement du nombre et de la taille des grains. Chez le riz (Oryza sativa), le gène GW2 a été isolé dans un locus à effet quantitatif majeur pour la taille et le poids du grain. Ce gène code pour une enzyme E3 ligase de type ...

  13. A WIDE DISTRIBUTION OF A NEW VRN-B1c ALLELE OF WHEAT TRITICUM AESTIVUM L. IN RUSSIA, UKRAINE AND ADJACENT REGIONS: A LINK WITH THE HEADING TIME AND ADAPTIVE POTENTIAL

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    Shcherban A.

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available The adaptation of common wheat (T. aestivum L. to diverse environmental conditions is greatly under the control of genes involved in determination of vernalization response (Vrn-1 genes. It was found that the variation in common wheat heading time is affected not only by combination of Vrn-1 homoeoalleles but also by multiple alleles at a separate Vrn-1 locus. Previously, we described the Vrn-B1c allele from T.aestivum cv. 'Saratovskaya 29' and found significant differences in the structure of the first (1st intron of this allele when compared to another highly abundant Vrn-B1a allele, specifically, the deletion of 0.8 kb coupled with the duplication of 0.4 kb. We suggested that the changes in the intron 1 of Vrn-B1c allele caused earlier ear emergence in the near-isogenic line and cultivars, carrying this allele. In this study we investigate the distribution of the Vrn-B1c allele in a wide set of spring wheat cultivars from Russia, Ukraine and adjacent regions. The analysis revealed that 40% of Russian and 53% of Ukranian spring wheat cultivars contain the Vrn-B1c allele. The high distribution of the Vrn-B1c allele can be explained by a frequent using of 'Saratovskaya 29' in the breeding process inside the studied area. From the other hand, the predominance of the Vrn-B1c allele among cultivars cultivated in West Siberia and Kazakhstan may be due to the selective advantage of this allele for the region where there is a high risk of early fall frosts.

  14. Ansiedad percibida por los pacientes hospitalizados por quemaduras, en una Unidad de Quemados

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    M. Alcázar-Gabás

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo, pretende describir el estado de ansiedad que experimentan los pacientes ingresados en una Unidad de Quemados. Uno de los factores clave en los cuidados del paciente quemado es una buena atención psicológica. La realidad demuestra que es el profesional de enfermería quien observa los síntomas emocionales durante los primeros días de ingreso y trata de responder a esa demanda de cuidado. Pretendemos, a través de la medición del nivel de ansiedad que perciben los pacientes ingresados en la Unidad de Quemados elegida para nuestro estudio durante el primer semestre del año 2009, identificar a aquellos que estén en riesgo de padecer mayores niveles de ansiedad durante su hospitalización, para así poder establecer un plan de cuidados adaptado a las necesidades emocionales de cada uno. Los resultados obtenidos nos permiten concluir que los pacientes quemados ingresados en la Unidad de Quemados presentaron niveles elevados de ansiedad que son superiores entre la población femenina, así como en aquellos pacientes con lesiones de mayor extensión. Determinamos también que los pacientes ingresados por quemaduras en la Unidad de Quemados a estudio fueron mayoritariamente varones, de nacionalidad española, residentes en medio urbano con una media de edad de 50 años, siendo las quemaduras producidas por llama en accidentes domésticos la causa más frecuente.

  15. LOGROS DEL FITOMEJORAMIENTO PARTICIPATIVO EVALUADO POR LOS PRODUCTORES INVOLUCRADOS

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    R. Ortiz

    2009-01-01

    un importante empoderamiento del campesino y un aumento significativo de la autoestima del campesino y su familia. Por último, se denotó un efecto de esta estrategia de mejoramiento en la innovación local.

  16. Osteoporosis secundaria y Osteoporosis inducida por glucocorticoides (OIG

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    Elías Forero Illera

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available La osteoporosis es un problema de salud pública importante a nivel mundial, y su prevalencia está aumentando. La osteoporosis secundaria se puede producir por varias patologías y el uso de ciertos medicamentos. Los glucocorticoides son un grupo de fármacos usados extensamente en la práctica médica debido a su indiscutible utilidad. La osteoporosis inducida por glucocorticoides es un problema de salud pública. Aunque la patogénesis de la pérdida producida por los glucocorticoides en el hueso no se conoce totalmente, investigaciones recientes han proporcionado nuevas conocimientos en los mecanismos de estos fármacos a nivel celular y molecular. Diversas guías han sido propuestas por diversos grupos para el tratamiento de la OIG; desafortunadamente, las guías del tratamiento no se utilizan adecuadamente en los pacientes.

  17. Declaraciones y resoluciones aprobadas por la Asamblea General

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    Compendio de decisiones, resoluciones y declaraciones llevadas a cabo por los integrantes de la OEA durante el cuadragésimo período ordinario de sesiones, del 4 al 6 de junio de 2013 en La Antigua, Guatemala.

  18. The PorX Response Regulator of the Porphyromonas gingivalis PorXY Two-Component System Does Not Directly Regulate the Type IX Secretion Genes but Binds the PorL Subunit

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    Vincent, Maxence S.; Durand, Eric; Cascales, Eric

    2016-01-01

    The Type IX secretion system (T9SS) is a versatile multi-protein complex restricted to bacteria of the Bacteriodetes phylum and responsible for the secretion or cell surface exposition of diverse proteins that participate to S-layer formation, gliding motility or pathogenesis. The T9SS is poorly characterized but a number of proteins involved in the assembly of the secretion apparatus in the oral pathogen Porphyromonas gingivalis have been identified based on genome substractive analyses. Among these proteins, PorY, and PorX encode typical two-component system (TCS) sensor and CheY-like response regulator respectively. Although the porX and porY genes do not localize at the same genetic locus, it has been proposed that PorXY form a bona fide TCS. Deletion of porX in P. gingivalis causes a slight decrease of the expression of a number of other T9SS genes, including sov, porT, porP, porK, porL, porM, porN, and porY. Here, we show that PorX and the soluble cytoplasmic domain of PorY interact. Using electrophoretic mobility shift, DNA-protein co-purification and heterologous host expression assays, we demonstrate that PorX does not bind T9SS gene promoters and does not directly regulate expression of the T9SS genes. Finally, we show that PorX interacts with the cytoplasmic domain of PorL, a component of the T9SS membrane core complex and propose that the CheY-like PorX protein might be involved in the dynamics of the T9SS.

  19. Prestaciones por maternidad: modificaciones que aporta la Ley de Igualdad

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    Terré Rull, Carmen

    2007-01-01

    La publicación en España de la Ley de Igualdad supone modificaciones en las prestaciones que se otorgan por maternidad y para la crianza de los hijos, tanto biológicos como adoptivos. El objetivo de este artículo es dar a conocer los cambios que se han producido en la normativa actual que regula las prestaciones por maternidad.

  20. Suicidio por arma de fuego Suicide by firearm

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    M. Soriano Maldonado

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available El mecanismo elegido para cometer el suicidio depende de numerosos factores personales y sociales. En este número presentamos una imagen del tipo de suicidio más mediático, aunque no por ello el más frecuente en nuestro medio. La variabilidad en la forma de los orificios de entrada y salida por arma de fuego depende de la distancia, tipo de arma y región anatómica por lo que puede presentar una morfología muy variada. Es por ello que, aunque ya se han publicado varias imágenes de suicidio por otro tipo de armas, aportamos un caso de suicidio típico por arma corta con especial descripción de las lesiones que se originan en cráneo.The mechanism chosen for suicide depends upon various personal and social factors. In this paper, we present an image of the more mediatic type suicide, although not the most frequent in our means. The variability in the entrance and exit orifices by firearm depends on the distance, type of weapon and anatomical region; for that reason they can present/display a wide morphology. Although several images of suicide by another type of arms have been published already, today we contributed with a case of typical suicide by handgun, paying special attention to the injuries affecting the skull.

  1. Pronóstico de la diarrea por rotavirus

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    Mota-Hernández Felipe

    2001-01-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo. Comparar la gravedad de la diarrea por rotavirus (RV y por no rotavirus. Material y métodos. Estudio transversal en 520 lactantes con diarrea aguda, efectuado entre octubre de 1994 y marzo de 1995 en siete centros del primer nivel de atención en cinco estados de México. El diagnóstico de RV se realizó con ensayo inmunoenzimático o por electroforesis. El análisis se hizo a través de medidas de tendencia central. Los resultados se presentan como promedio y desviación estándar o mediana o variación. Resultados. Se aisló RV en 264 lactantes (50.7% con predominio en varones de 6 meses a un año. Las manifestaciones clínicas fueron significativamente diferentes entre el grupo rotavirus positivo y el grupo rotavirus negativo en mediana de evacuaciones por 24 horas, frecuencia de vómitos, temperatura > 38° C, deshidratación y calificación de gravedad, respectivamente. Conclusiones. Estos resultados mostraron peor pronóstico por mayor gravedad de la diarrea por RV en lactantes, con relación a otra etiología. El texto completo en inglés de este artículo está disponible en: http://www.insp.mx/salud/index.html

  2. Resistencia de cultivables de trigo (Triticum aestivum L.) a herbicida imazamox: aspectos fisiológicos, bioquímicos y agronómicos

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    Jiménez Rosario, Francisco

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    La identificación de genes de resistencia a herbicidas en plantas ha permitido el desarrollo de cultivos resistentes haciendo más eficiente el control de las malas hierbas. Esto ha representado un incremento en la productividad agrícola, principalmente en zonas infestadas por malezas emparentadas con el cultivo, como Aegilops cylindrica Host, en trigo y Oryza sativa L. (Arroz salvaje), en arroz. Sin embargo el uso de estas tecnologías pudiera impactar negativamente en la dinámi...

  3. Actividad insecticida del aceite esencial de Lippia alba (Mill.) N. E. Brown sobre Tribolium castaneum Herbst. en granos de trigo (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    Ringuelet, Jorge Abel; Ocampo, Rafael; Henning, Cynthia; Padín, Susana; Urrutia, María Inés; Dal Bello, Gustavo

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    Tribolium castaneum (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) es un insecto plaga de granos, muy destructivo en la etapa de almacenamiento y altamente resistente a los fitosanitarios sintéticos. Por esta razón su control químico se realiza con altas concentraciones de insecticidas que aumentan la contaminación ambiental y los peligros para la salud humana. Las tendências actuales en el manejo integrado de plagas se orientan hacia el uso de plaguicidas biológicos o biopesticidas como los extractos vegetales...

  4. ANÁLISIS FILOGENÉTICO DE LA DIVERSIDAD BACTERIANA ASOCIADA A LA RIZÓSFERA DE PLANTAS DE TRIGO (Triticum aestivum L.)

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    2012-01-01

    El estudio del suelo se considera enorme ya que este alberga una gran diversidad genética microbiana. En particular, la porción de suelo que rodea a la raíz vegetal se le conoce como rizósfera y es aquí donde existen diferentes interacciones entre los microorganismos y la planta. La composición de la comunidad microbiana, y en particular las bacterias de la rizósfera puede verse influenciada por diversos factores bióticos y abióticos. Se sabe que las bacterias juegan diverso...

  5. Neuropatia experimental por DDT: análise de nervo por microdissecção de fibras

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    Edison Matos Nóvak; Lineu Cesar Werneck

    1984-01-01

    Estudou-se o nervo gênito-femural do rato albino submetido a intoxicação crônica por DDT, administrado por 180 dias na dose de 5 mg/kg de peso via oral. Os resultados mostraram proporção anormal de fibras tipo C, sendo sugerido ocorrer degeneração tipo axonal determinada pelo DDT.

  6. Neuropatia experimental por DDT: análise de nervo por microdissecção de fibras

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    Edison Matos Nóvak

    1984-09-01

    Full Text Available Estudou-se o nervo gênito-femural do rato albino submetido a intoxicação crônica por DDT, administrado por 180 dias na dose de 5 mg/kg de peso via oral. Os resultados mostraram proporção anormal de fibras tipo C, sendo sugerido ocorrer degeneração tipo axonal determinada pelo DDT.

  7. PROPIEDADES DE FILMS DE ALMIDÓN DE YUCA Y GELATINA. INCORPORACION DE ACEITES ESENCIALES CON EFECTO ANTIFUNGICO.

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    ACOSTA DAVILA, SANDRA CECILIA

    2014-01-01

    En el presente trabajo de investigación, se estudiarán las propiedades físico-químicas de films a base de almidón de yuca y gelatina, así como el efecto de la adición de diferentes compuestos como lípidos o aceites esenciales en la mejora de su funcionalidad. Para ello se caracterizarán las películas secas aisladas, en sus principales propiedades como barrera al agua y oxígeno, propiedades mecánicas, ópticas, micro estructurales y antimicrobianas. Esta caracterización se realizará en condicio...

  8. Guia para su incorporacion a los Estados Unidos de America (A Guide to Resettlement in the United States. Spanish).

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    This resettlement guide, entirely in Spanish, describes the initial stage of resettlement and the processes that refugees undergo as new arrivals. Subjects covered in this guide include pre-arrival procedures, admissions criteria, immigrant's statement of understanding, travel costs and U.S. Customs; resettlement procedures, immigrants'…

  9. Adaptação, estabilidade e potencial produtivo de genótipos de Triticum durum L., irrigados por aspersão, no Estado de São Paulo Adaptability, stability and yield potential of Triticum durum L. genotypes under sprinkler irrigation in the State of São Paulo

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    João Carlos Felicio

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Avaliaram-se 17 linhagens e duas cultivares de Triticum durum L. tendo como testemunha a cultivar IAC 24 de T. aestivum L., em experimentos semeados em condições de irrigação por aspersão nas localidades de Votuporanga, Ribeirão Preto e Mococa, no período de 1998 a 2002, no Estado de São Paulo. Foram determinados os rendimentos de grãos e o comportamento de cada genótipo diante das variações ambientais. Análises de adaptação e estabilidade permitiram a identificação de genótipos com comportamento previsível a essas condições ambientais. Foram observados efeitos significativos para anos, locais e genótipos, destacando-se na média dos três locais quanto ao rendimento de grãos a linhagem de T. durum L. 11 (MEMOS"S"/YAV79/3/ SAPI"S"/TEAL"S"// HUI"S". O melhor rendimento de grãos foi observado em Ribeirão Preto e o pior em Votuporanga. Observou-se nas linhagens 9 e 11 (MEMOS"S"/YAV79/3/SAPI"S"/TEAL"S"//HUI"S, 12 e 19 (GYS"S"/3/ STN"S"// HUI"S"/SOMOS"S" e 3 (STN"S"/3/TEZ"S"/YAV79// HUI"S" adaptabilidade específica, portanto, responsivas ao emprego de alta tecnologia. A incidência da ferrugem-da- folha somente foi constatada na cultivar IAC 24 da espécie de T. aestivum.In order to evaluate Triticum durum L. genotypes having as control the T. aestivum L. cultivar IAC, 24 experiments were carried out, under sprinkler irrigation, at Votuporanga, Ribeirão Preto and Mococa locations, in the period 1998 to 2002, in the State of São Paulo. Grain yield and performance of each genotype in relation to the environment variation were evaluated. Adaptability and stability analysis were made identify genotypes with predictable performance in these environment conditions. Significant effects were observed for years, locations and genotypes. Considering the three locations, Triticum durum inbred line 11 (MEMOS"S"/YAV79/3/ SAPI"S"/TEAL"S"// HUI"S" presented the highest yield. The highest grain yields were observed in Ribeirão Preto and

  10. Vitrovariation et régénération par embryogenèse somatique à partir d'embryons mûrs de blé tendre (Triticum aestivum L. var. 'Nesma' 149 : effet du borate de sodium, de la fragmentation et du scutellum

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    Karim, R.

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Vitrovariation and regeneration by somatic embryogenesis from mature embryos of common wheat (Triticum aestivum L. Var. 'Nesma' 149: effect of the borate of sodium, the fragmentation and the scutellum. The combined effects of the scutellum, the fragmentation and sodium borate, on the embryogenic capacity of ripe zygotic embryos of common wheat (Triticum aestivum L. var. 'Nesma' 149 were studied. The morphological characters and yield of the regenerated plants differ from control plants and indicate somaclonales variations. The mediums containing borax (0.75 g.l-1 and comprising explants resulting from the longitudinal fragmentation of the zygotic embryos with scutellum, initiated high percentages of embryogenic callus and of regeneration over one long period of culture, with large size somatic embryos as well as a weak somaclonale variation and one very low necrosis of callus. Whereas the mediums containing less or no borax and explants resulting from transversely cut zygotic embryos and without scutellum show opposite results.

  11. Riesgos antrópicos generados por la actividad minera

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    Ana Violeta Argüello Mejía

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available Las actividades productivas generan riesgos antrópicos [1] a mediano y largo plazo. La zona de estudio se ubica en las Parroquias de Pomasqui, San Antonio y Calacalí, donde se han producido riesgos debido a las actividades humanas, en este caso, por la explotación de las canteras para abastecer el mercado de la construcción del Distrito Metropolitano de Quito. La investigación propone determinar los riesgos antrópicos generados por la actividad minera. Los pobladores de la zona identifican que la minería artesanal en sus inicios constituyó una fuente de trabajo, donde sus familias también se involucraban. Actualmente, se observa que en la mayoría de las canteras se utiliza maquinaria especializada y no participan los trabajadores de la zona. Los taludes de las canteras son de 80o y 90o grados, generando amenazas para los trabajadores y moradores de las viviendas aledañas. Uno de los mayores impactos es la contaminación del aire, sin embargo, el suelo y los cursos de agua están siendo afectados por los desperdicios que produce la actividad minera. La población, que está expuesta permanentemente al polvo ocasionado por las canteras y al transporte de material, acusa enfermedades de tipo respiratorio. Así mismo, el ruido ocasionado por el transporte constituye una molestia constante para los pobladores.

  12. La responsabilidad del Estado por la actividad del legislador

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    María Consuelo Alonso García

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Analizar el fenómeno de la responsabilidad del Estado causada por los hechos del legislador ha sido un trabajo desarrollado tanto por la doctrina y la jurisprudencia internacional a mediados del siglo xx. En Francia, por ejemplo, se presentó el primer antecedente jurisprudencial en el año de 1934. En España, su estudio empezó a gestionarse con la promulgación de la Constitución de 1978, presentándose el primer fallo judicial en el año de 1993. Para el caso colombiano, la Constitución de 1991 introdujo en su artículo 90 el fundamento constitucional de la responsabilidad patrimonial del Estado, sin que esto significase que la jurisprudencia del Consejo de Estado encontrase las bases de esta responsabilidad en diferentes disposiciones de la Constitución. Sin embargo, los primeros fallos relacionados con este título de imputación en Colombia fueron emitidos por el máximo tribunal de lo contencioso administrativo en 1998, y por la Corte Constitucional a través de la sentencia C-038 de 2006, providencia judicial que estableció algunas de las características que posee esta figura jurídica.

  13. Conflictos por el territorio en La Boquilla, Cartagena

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    Alejandra Buitrago Villamizar

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available La Boquilla, es un corregimiento que pertenece al Distrito de Cartagena de Indias, ubicado a dos kilómetros al norte de esta ciudad por la Vía al Mar. Los boquilleros son en su mayoría afrodescendientes, quienes se dedicaban a mediados del siglo XX a la pesca, la agricultura y a la ganadería en pequeña escala. Sin embargo, los procesos de modernización, urbanización y el desarrollo económico de Cartagena, estuvieron acompañados por la expropiación de sus tierras y el debilitamiento de sus prácticas tradicionales de subsistencia, lo que ha menoscabado sus condiciones de vida. Por estos motivos, los proyectos de convertir a La Boquilla en un exclusivo destino turístico internacional, son una amenaza para la supervivencia de su población y de su cultura.

  14. Neumonitis por hipersensibilidad asociado al cuidado de aves

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    Ana María González-Zúñiga

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available La neumonitis por hipersensibilidad asociada al cuidado de las aves es uno de los tipos más frecuentes de esta que se presentan. Aunque no se tienen datos epidemiológicos claros sobre su prevalencia, en los hospitales llegan casos de este tipo. No es una patología muy común; sin embargo, una muestra representativa de la población se encuentra expuesta a las aves y, consecuentemente, a los antígenos que causan la enfermedad. Su diagnóstico temprano puede significar para el paciente evitar daños, al dejar de exponerse al antígeno; por el contrario, si no se realiza un diagnóstico temprano, puede generarse un daño pulmonar irreversible. En este artículo, se presenta un caso clínico de neumonitis por hipersensibilidad al cuidado de aves.

  15. Intoxicación por gases Gas poisoning

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    I Santiago

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available La intoxicación por gases en nuestro medio es un problema importante debido a su alta incidencia. En el caso concreto de la intoxicación por monóxido de carbono, es la principal causa de muerte por intoxicación involuntaria en nuestro medio, muchas veces coexistiendo con una intoxicación por cianuro. Ambas intoxicaciones pueden ser de carácter grave, basándose su diagnóstico en la mera sospecha del médico. Además, su importancia radica en que ambas intoxicaciones tienen un tratamiento concreto. La oxigenoterapia normo o hiperbárica es el tratamiento de elección de la intoxicación por monóxido de carbono. En el caso de la intoxicación por cianuro, la hidroxocobalamina es hoy día el tratamiento de elección, ya que ha demostrado ser un eficaz antídoto.Poisoning by gases in our area is an important problem due to its high incidence. In the specific case of carbon monoxide poisoning, this is the main cause of death by poisoning in our environment, on many occasions coexisting with cyanide poisoning. Both poisonings can be severe, their diagnosis being based on the mere suspicions of the doctor. Besides, their importance lies in the fact that both poisonings have a very specific treatment. Normo or hyperbaric oxygenotherapy is the treatment for carbon monoxide poisoning. In the case of cyanide poisoning, hydroxocobalamin is nowadays the treatment of choice, since it has proved itself to be an efficient antidote.

  16. La responsabilidad del Estado por el hecho del legislador

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    María Consuelo Alonso

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Analizar el fenómeno de la responsabilidad del Estado causada por los hechos del legislador ha sido un trabajo desarrollado tanto por la doctrina como por la jurisprudencia internacional a mediados del siglo xx. En Francia, por ejemplo, se presentó el primer antecedentejurisprudencial en el año de 1934. En España, su estudio empezó a gestionarse con la promulgación de la Constitución de 1978, dándose el primer fallo judicial en el año de 1993. Para el caso colombiano, la Constitución de 1991 introdujo en su artículo 90 el fundamento constitucional de la responsabilidad patrimonial del Estado, sinque esto significase que la jurisprudencia del Consejo de Estado encontrase las bases de esta responsabilidad en diferentes disposiciones de la Constitución de 1886, tales como los artículos 2º, 16 y 30, que consagró el principio de legalidad del Estado para proteger la vida, honra y bienes de los ciudadanos, y garantizar la propiedad privada y los demás derechos adquiridos con el título de derecho. Sin embargo, los primeros fallos relacionados con este título de imputación en Colombia fueron emitidos por el máximo Tribunal de lo Contencioso Administrativo colombiano en el año de 1998 y por la Corte Constitucional a través de la Sentencia C-038 de 2006, providencia judicial que estableció algunas de las características que posee esta figura jurídica.

  17. Responsabilidad del empleador por accidentes de trabajo y enfermedades profesionales

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    Cristina Mangarelli

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Introducción. 1. Responsabilidad del “empleador” por accidentes de trabajo y enfermedades profesionales. Noción. 2. La indemnización “tarifada”. Fundamento de su procedencia 3. Responsabilidad del empleador por accidentes de trabajo o enfermedades profesionales en la ley uruguaya (ley Nº 16.074. 4. La “ampliación” de la responsabilidad del empleador por el derecho común en el derecho uruguayo (artículo 7 ley Nº 16.074. 5. Requisitos para la ampliación de la responsabilidad patronal: culpa grave en el incumplimientode normas de seguridad y prevención. 6. La culpa grave. Concepto. 7. El modelo del hombre a tener en cuenta en la “culpa grave” no es el del buen padre de familia. 8. El grado de la culpa no puede ser medido por el resultado del accidente. 9. Se aplican las eximentes de la responsabilidad civil. 10. Distintos ámbitos de la responsabilidad patronal por accidentes de trabajo o enfermedades profesionales: A ante la víctima o los derecho-habientes; B ante el Banco de Seguros del Estado; C ante el Ministerio de Trabajo ySeguridad Social. 11. Recupero del BSE en caso de culpa grave en el incumplimiento de normas de seguridad y prevención. Requisitos 12. Responsabilidad del empleador en caso de accidente de trabajo o enfermedad profesional sufrido por un adolescente. Conclusiones.

  18. Sistemas de exámenes educativos por Internet

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    Barbosa León, Héctor Gonzalo

    2006-01-01

    Los resultados de la evaluación de los conocimientos adquiridos por los alumnos como parte de su formación académica es de gran importancia porque brinda realimentación a todos los participantes en el proceso y sirve también como punto de referencia para efectuar la actualización y adaptación de los contenidos educativos ya sea si estos se imparten en el aula tradicional o mediante el uso de modernos medios tales como cursos multimedia o sitioseducativos que son accedidos por medio del Intern...

  19. Efecto de la quercetina sobre la nefrotoxicidad producida por cadmio

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    A. I. Morales Martín; Vicente Sánchez; C. Santiago Sandoval; J Mª Fernández Tagarro; J.M. López Novoa; F. Pérez Barriocanal

    2004-01-01

    El incremento en la producción anual de cadmio ha favorecido que la incidencia de la intoxicación crónica por este elemento haya aumentado en los últimos años. El estrés oxidativo es uno de los mecanismos implicados en la generación del efecto tóxico, manifestándose, entre otras patologías, por una disfunción y lesión renal. La quercetina, un flavonoide muy abundante en la dieta mediterránea, es un potente antioxidante y un buen quelante de metales. Nuestro objetivo fue estudia...

  20. Intoxicación aguda por heroína

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    Guillermo Porras-Morales

    2004-01-01

    La intoxicación por opiáceos se presenta casi siempre como consecuencia de una sobredosis accidental de un derivado de éstos, usualmente la heroína por inyección. Otras formas de intoxicación, a las que no somos ajenos en nuestro medio, son los llamados correos de drogas, "body packers" o mulas, utilizados en el tráfico internacional de transporte de drogas. En estos casos la droga es generalmente tragada, envuelta en condones, que pueden contener heroína o cocaína. Su ruptura puede conducir ...

  1. As comunidades de Porífera do litoral Norte

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    Pereira, Tânia Ribeiro

    2007-01-01

    Os indivíduos do filo Porifera possuem um papel essencial nas comunidades bentónicas, não só por serem animais filtradores e detritívoros, como pelo facto de estabelecerem relações simbióticas com vários organismos, nomeadamente algas, e servirem de abrigo e alimento a muitos animais. A estrutura das comunidades Porifera é influenciada por vários factores ambientais, entre os quais os padrões de sedimentação, a velocidade da corrente, e o tamanho e inclinação do substrato. D...

  2. Morbilidad oculta por parasitismo intestinal en Lagunita, municipio Girardot, Venezuela

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    Yanelis Núñez Gómez; Abdel Abad Hechavarría Espinosa

    2014-01-01

    Se realizó un estudio epidemiológico descriptivo de corte transversal, con el objetivo de determinar la morbilidad oculta por parasitismo intestinal en Lagunita, municipio Girardot, Venezuela; en el período de enero a octubre de 2009. El universo fue de 286 niños, lo que se corresponde con la población total del grupo de edad de menores de 15 años. De estos se seleccionaron por muestreo aleatorio simple 43 pacientes, a los que se les aplicó un cuestionario y se confeccionó una guía de observa...

  3. Guía por las lindes transilvanas

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    Rafael Guillermo Serrano

    1998-04-01

    Full Text Available Paul EluardRecorrer ahora el territorio dejado por Bram Stoker y su novela Drácula -a cien años de su primera edición- resulta sin duda caminar por las alucinantes fronteras del mundo delirante del vampiro como el hijo con- sentido de la nocturnidad y de las sombras. Aunque el terreno abonado es significativo, convocamos aquí un breve merodeo en relación con el tema en la literatura y su cuota de realidad; agregamos como postre un grupo de poemas y la conseja para prevenir la visita del vampiro.

  4. Mujeres procesadas por el Tribunal del Santo Oficio de Granada

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    Pérez de Colosía Rodríguez, María Isabel

    2005-01-01

    Actualmente, la Historiografía se ha visto enriquecida gracias a los estudios realizados acerca de las mujeres. Muchos son los aspectos que pueden tratarse al respecto, dada la abundancia de fuentes. En la documentación inquisitorial encontramos un rico filón relativo al tema, que presenta dos aspectos bien diferenciados. Por un lado tenemos a las familiares del personal civil del Santo Oficio, que gozaban de una serie de privilegios. Por otro están aquellas que sufrieron las p...

  5. Infecciones por adenovirus en Cuba (2000-2008)

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    González Muñoz, Grehete

    2013-01-01

    Las infecciones por adenovirus causan un variado espectro clínico en el hombre, con un rango que incluye desde la infección asintomática hasta la enfermedad diseminada con peligro para la vida. En el presente estudio, se analizó el comportamiento de las infecciones por adenovirus en síndromes de etiología viral como la infección respiratoria aguda, la miocarditis viral, la conjuntivitis hemorrágica y el síndrome neurológico infeccioso. Además, se estudió la participación de estos agentes en l...

  6. El lugar de Mario Levrero: un recorrido por su narrativa

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    Montoya Juárez, Jesús

    2013-01-01

    El presente artículo ubica críticamente la obra Mario Levrero, desgranando la crítica literaria académica más relevante que de él se ocupa y tratando de subrayar su peso en el canon literario uruguayo actual en relación a la propuesta original que su obra supone, antes que por los planteamientos metafísicos que se derivan de su escritura, por llevar a cabo un experimentalismo que fructifica en una serie de innovaciones inéditas en la narrativa nacional, el despliegue de una ...

  7. Sepse por Serratia marcescens KPC Serratia marcescens KPC sepsis

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    Pedro Fernandez Del Peloso; Matheus Felipe Leal de Barros; Fernanda Abreu dos Santos

    2010-01-01

    A resistência aos carbapenems entre as bactérias não fermentadoras de glicose é comumente descrita. Porém, os relatos de resistência aos carbapenems em enterobactérias ainda são fatos isolados. Neste relato de caso, descrevemos um caso de infecção generalizada por Serratia marcescens carreadora de gene blaKPC. No Brasil, já foram relatados casos de isolados de Klebsiella pneumoniae e Escherichia coli carreando gene blaKPC, ficando evidente a emergência desse tipo de carbapenemase e sua dissem...

  8. Impacto financiero causado por los cuentagotas en microempresarios de Villavicencio

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    Rodríguez Ladino, José Javier

    2015-01-01

    La presente investigación tiene como propósitos: identificar las principales causas por las que algunos microempresarios no acceden a los créditos bancarios y de otras entidades legales del estado; comparar comportamientos de inversión de recursos de los microempresarios que acceden al sistema de crédito tradicional en entidades bancarias frente a los que usan el sistema de crédito gota a gota; definir los principales problemas expresados por los microempresarios que acceden a los créditos co...

  9. Uso de contraceptivos por puérperas adolescentes

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    Fernanda Schulz da Rosa; Diana Cecagno; Sonia Maria Könzgen Meincke; Simoní Saraiva Bordignon; Marilu Correa Soares; Ana Cândida Lopes Corrêa

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    Objetivo: Indagar el uso de métodos contraceptivos por las puérperas adolescentes a fin de relacionar su (des)uso con el embarazo en la adolescencia. Método: Estudio transversal, descriptivo, realizado por medio de un instrumento estructurado con 181 puérperas adolescentes que tuvieron sus partos en el hospital participante de la investigación. Los datos fueron recolectados en el período de diciembre de 2008 a diciembre de 2009. Resultados: El 64,1% de las puérperas usaba algún método contrac...

  10. Varmetransport i evakuerede porøse materialer

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    Schultz, Jørgen Munthe

    Indlægget omhandlede varmetransport i porøse materialer (ledning, konvektion og stråling) under atmosfæretryk og under vacuum. Specielt omhandlede præsentationen også silica aerogel som et eksempel på et højporøst isoleringsmateriale.......Indlægget omhandlede varmetransport i porøse materialer (ledning, konvektion og stråling) under atmosfæretryk og under vacuum. Specielt omhandlede præsentationen også silica aerogel som et eksempel på et højporøst isoleringsmateriale....

  11. Riesgos antrópicos generados por la actividad minera

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    Ana Violeta Argüello Mejía; Enriqueta Cantos Aguirre; Jorge Vitery Moya

    2013-01-01

    Las actividades productivas generan riesgos antrópicos [1] a mediano y largo plazo. La zona de estudio se ubica en las Parroquias de Pomasqui, San Antonio y Calacalí, donde se han producido riesgos debido a las actividades humanas, en este caso, por la explotación de las canteras para abastecer el mercado de la construcción del Distrito Metropolitano de Quito. La investigación propone determinar los riesgos antrópicos generados por la actividad minera. Los pobladores de la zona identifican qu...

  12. El trabajo por proyectos y las matemáticas

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    Sivianes, Inés

    2009-01-01

    En este artículo presentamos una experiencia llevada a cabo en Primero de Primaria en el CEIP Pablo Ruiz Picasso de Los Palacios y Villafranca (Sevilla). Teniendo en cuenta que los conocimientos matemáticos deben ser para los alumnos herramientas fundamentales que les permitan reconocer y resolver las situaciones problemáticas de su entorno, y por ello totalmente imprescindibles en la vida diaria, hemos aprovechado la metodología del Trabajo por Proyectos. El tema que hemos trabajado ha sido ...

  13. La educación por competencias en ciencias naturales

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    Mendoza Aguirre, F.; Rodríguez-Pineda, D.

    2009-01-01

    Si bien existen programas de actualización docente, en el ámbito de las Ciencias Naturales dentro de la “Educación por Competencias”, la mayoría de las instituciones que ofrecen capacitación, lo hacen sólo desde el “saber” -conocimiento-, dejando de lado el “saber hacer” y el “saber ser”. El hecho de dejar fuera dos componentes fundamentales de las competencias produce una visión distorsionada en los docentes, la cual hace crisis cuando llegan al aula ha implementar la enseñanza por competenc...

  14. Phytotoxicity of three plant-based biodiesels, unmodified castor oil, and Diesel fuel to alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.), lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.), radish (Raphanus sativus), and wheatgrass (Triticum aestivum).

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    Bamgbose, Ifeoluwa; Anderson, Todd A

    2015-12-01

    The wide use of plant-based oils and their derivatives, in particular biodiesel, have increased extensively over the past decade to help alleviate demand for petroleum products and improve the greenhouse gas emissions profile of the transportation sector. Biodiesel is regarded as a clean burning alternative fuel produced from livestock feeds and various vegetable oils. Although in theory these animal and/or plant derived fuels should have less environmental impact in soil based on their simplified composition relative to Diesel, they pose an environmental risk like Diesel at high concentrations when disposed. The aim of the present study was to ascertain the phytotoxicity of three different plant-derived biodiesels relative to conventional Diesel. For phytotoxicological analysis, we used seeds of four crop plants, Medicago sativa, Lactuca sativa, Raphanus sativus, and Triticum aestivum to analyze the germination of seeds in contaminated soil samples. The toxicological experiment was conducted with two different soil textures: sandy loam soil and silt loam soil. The studied plant-based biodiesels were safflower methyl-ester, castor methyl ester, and castor ethyl-ester. Biodiesel toxicity was more evident at high concentrations, affecting the germination and survival of small-seeded plants to a greater extent. Tolerance of plants to the biodiesels varied between plant species and soil textures. With the exception of R. sativus, all plant species were affected and exhibited some sensitivity to the fuels, such as delayed seedling emergence and slow germination (average=10 days) at high soil concentrations (0.85% for Diesel and 1.76% for the biodiesels). Tolerance of plants to soil contamination had a species-specific nature, and on average, decreased in the following order: Raphanus sativus (0-20%)>Triticum aestivum (10-40%) ≥ Medicago sativa> Lactuca sativa (80-100%). Thus, we conclude that there is some phytotoxicity associated with plant-based biodiesels. Further

  15. Identification of Porphyromonas gingivalis proteins secreted by the Por secretion system.

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    Sato, Keiko; Yukitake, Hideharu; Narita, Yuka; Shoji, Mikio; Naito, Mariko; Nakayama, Koji

    2013-01-01

    The Gram-negative bacterium Porphyromonas gingivalis possesses a number of potential virulence factors for periodontopathogenicity. In particular, cysteine proteinases named gingipains are of interest given their abilities to degrade host proteins and process other virulence factors such as fimbriae. Gingipains are translocated on the cell surface or into the extracellular milieu by the Por secretion system (PorSS), which consists of a number of membrane or periplasmic proteins including PorK, PorL, PorM, PorN, PorO, PorP, PorQ, PorT, PorU, PorV (PG27, LptO), PorW and Sov. To identify proteins other than gingipains secreted by the PorSS, we compared the proteomes of P. gingivalis strains kgp rgpA rgpB (PorSS-proficient strain) and kgp rgpA rgpB porK (PorSS-deficient strain) using two-dimensional gel electrophoresis and peptide-mass fingerprinting. Sixteen spots representing 10 different proteins were present in the particle-free culture supernatant of the PorSS-proficient strain but were absent or faint in that of the PorSS-deficient strain. These identified proteins possessed the C-terminal domains (CTDs), which had been suggested to form the CTD protein family. These results indicate that the PorSS is used for secretion of a number of proteins other than gingipains and that the CTDs of the proteins are associated with the PorSS-dependent secretion. PMID:23075153

  16. System design description for portable 1,000 CFM exhauster Skids POR-007/Skid E and POR-008/Skid F

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    The primary purpose of the two 1,000 CFM Exhauster Skids, POR-007-SKID E and POR-008-SKID F, is to provide backup to the waste tank primary ventilation systems for tanks 241-C-106 and 241-AY-102, and the AY-102 annulus in the event of a failure during the sluicing of tank 241-C-106 and subsequent transfer of sluiced waste to 241-AY-102. This redundancy is required since both of the tank ventilation systems have been declared as Safety Class systems

  17. System design description for portable 1,000 CFM exhauster Skids POR-007/Skid E and POR-008/Skid F

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    Nelson, O.D.

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    The primary purpose of the two 1,000 CFM Exhauster Skids, POR-007-SKID E and POR-008-SKID F, is to provide backup to the waste tank primary ventilation systems for tanks 241-C-106 and 241-AY-102, and the AY-102 annulus in the event of a failure during the sluicing of tank 241-C-106 and subsequent transfer of sluiced waste to 241-AY-102. This redundancy is required since both of the tank ventilation systems have been declared as Safety Class systems.

  18. Exploración dirigida por el objetivo en Aprendizaje por Refuerzo Basado en Modelo para ambientes no estacionarios

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    Errecalde, Marcelo Luis; Muchut, Alfredo

    2001-01-01

    El Aprendizaje por Refuerzo Basado en Modelo (ARBM) es una extensión al Aprendizaje por Refuerzo tradicional en la que el agente aprende una política (comportamiento), y en forma simultánea aprende un modelo de su ambiente. Distintos estudios han mostrado la superioridad de los métodos de ARBM sobre los métodos libres de Modelo en ambientes estacionarios. Sin embargo, existen serias dificultades para adaptar los métodos de ARBM a ambientes no estacionarios, existiendo actualmente un único mét...

  19. Signos Vitales de los CDC-Muertes por intoxicación por alcohol (Alcohol Poisoning Deaths)

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    2015-01-06

    Este podcast se basa en la edición de enero del 2015 del informe Signos Vitales de los CDC. En los Estados Unidos, mueren en promedio seis personas cada día debido a la intoxicación por alcohol. Infórmese sobre lo que puede hacer para prevenir los atracones de alcohol y las intoxicaciones por alcohol.  Created: 1/6/2015 by National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP).   Date Released: 1/6/2015.

  20. Visión por Computador en iPhone

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    Roldán Ruz, Pablo

    2012-01-01

    Análisis de la viabilidad de la aplicación de las técnicas de Visión por Computador en un dispositivo móvil iPhone 4. Creación de una aplicación directa de estas técnicas para este dispositivo.