2 edition of effect of metals on the respiration of Lupinus albus ... found in the catalog.
effect of metals on the respiration of Lupinus albus ...
William Christian Le Van
Written in English
|Statement||[by] William Christian Le Van.|
|LC Classifications||QK891 .L4 1929|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., p.381-395.|
|Number of Pages||395|
|LC Control Number||31010457|
White lupin (Lupinus albus L.) is highly adapted to phosphorus-diminished soils.P-deficient white lupin plants modify their root architecture and physiology to acquire sparingly available soil phosphorus. We employed gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (GC-MS) for metabolic profiling of P-deficient white lupins, to investigate biochemical pathways involved in the P-acquiring strategy. Sugar starvation causes changes in growth, as shown in organ cultures in vitro and in cell suspensions. For example, significant differences are observed in morphological structure of embryo axes of narrowleaf lupine (Lupinus angustifolius L.), white lupine (Lupinus albus L.), yellow lupine (Lupinus luteus L.), Andean lupine (Lupinus mutabilis Sweet) and garden pea (Pisum sativum L.) .
The translocation of manganese (Mn), nickel (Ni), cobalt (Co), zinc (Zn) and cadmium (Cd) in white lupin (Lupinus albus cv. Amiga) was compared considering root‐to‐shoot transport, and redistribution in the root system and in the shoot, as well as the content at different stages of cluster roots and in other investigate the redistribution of these heavy metals, lupin plants were. Lupinus albus, commonly known as the white lupin or field lupine, is a member of the genus Lupinus in the family is a traditional pulse cultivated in the Mediterranean region.
Erbas M, Certel M and Uslu M K Some chemical properties of white lupin seeds (Lupinus albus L.). Journal of Food Chemistry FAO Trade year book No. FAO (Food and Agricultural Organization). ICS-data, Statistical division, Rome, Italy. Feldheim W The use of lupins in human nutrition. The effect of Lupinus and Jatropha protein concentrates (PC) in dough rheology and white bread texture was determined by a d ‐optimal mixture design approach. Incorporation of Lupinus PC decreased dough texture profile analysis cohesiveness and increased hardness and resilience.
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Two hundred and ninety-four pigs were used to assess the effect of two ingredients (Lupinus albus (albus lupins) or a combination of calcium chloride and sodium tri-polyphosphate (mineral salts)) on growth performance, body composition and objective meat quality of pigs immunized against gonadotrophin releasing factor (immunocastrates) and entire male pigs in the late finishing by: 2.
The aim of this study is to assess the effect of two biostimulators (Titanit, Rooter) and six foliar fertilizers (Optysil, Metalosate Potassium, Bolero Bo, ADOB Zn IDHA, ADOB B, ADOB Mo) on white lupine. In addition, we evaluated the enzymatic activity of dehydrogenase, acid, and alkaline phosphatases, catalase, the level of biological nitrogen fixation, yield, plant biometric Cited by: 2.
To test their effect, we investigated the uptake of Cu and Cd by lupin species over 48 h from solutions in which the metals were present as free cations ( μmol L−1 as nitrate) or as citrate.
R.J. French, in Reference Module in Food Science, Introduction. This article surveys the agronomy of the three most commonly grown lupin species – narrow-leafed lupin (NLL, Lupinus angustifolius L., also known as the Australian sweet lupin or, in Europe, blue lupin), white lupin (WL, Lupinus albus L.), and yellow lupin (YL, Lupinus luteus L.).
It describes briefly the Australian and. ABSTRACT. The aim of this study was to remove the alkaloids from bitter lupin (Lupinus albus L.) seeds by different debittering methods and to produce a lupin bean production of the snack, the total alkaloid content of seeds decreased significantly (P ≤ ) from g/kg to a level that was undetectable.A major alkaloid in lupin seeds was identified as by: Effects of water stress on Lupinus albus I.
Response of vegetative growth to water stress during a single growth stage at two humidity levels N. WITHERS Agronof'lY Department, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand Lupinus albus cv. 'Ultra' was grown in.
Introduction. Lupin (Lupinus albus ssp.) is precious and old leguminous plant that can grow in different soils and has been used as food by people especially around the Mediterranean area (Evans and Bandemer ; Morrow ; Dervas et al. ).Similar to soy bean, lupin (Lupinus albus L.) seeds contain higher amount of protein ranging between 33 and 47 %.
The genus Lupinus belongs to the Fabaceae, a family of legumes. There are 12 lupin species, all large-seeded, native to Europe and the Mediterranean regions. Three of these are now fully domesticated. Lupinus albus, the European white lupin or Albus lupin has a white flower. Wild types of L. [Show full abstract] (Lupinus albus L.) and narrow-leafed lupine (Lupinus angustifolius L.), as well as the effect on residual Cd concentration in the soil.
Both species of lupines were grown at. White lupin (Lupinus albus) is a legume that is very efficient in accessing unavailable phosphorus (Pi). It develops short, densely clustered tertiary lateral roots (cluster/proteoid roots) in response to Pi limitation.
In this report, we characterize two glycerophosphodiester phosphodiesterase (GPX-PDE) genes (GPX-PDE1 and GPX-PDE2) from white lupin and propose a role for these two GPX.
White lupin (Lupinus albus L.) was grown in hydroponic culture with 1 μm phosphorus to enable the development of proteoid roots to be observed in conjunction with organic acid exudation.
Discrete regions of closely spaced, determinate secondary laterals (proteoid rootlets) emerged in near synchrony on the same plant. One day after reaching their final length (4 mm), citrate exudation. Summary. Interactions among external (soil) pH, cellular pH, and their effects on respiratory metabolism are complex.
While the effects of changes in the apoplastic pH on the cytosolic pH are not clearly understood, pH directly affects enzymatic reactions in the cell, and pH-regulated ion uptake has profound indirect effects on cellular respiratory metabolism.
Lupinus albus is an erect, branched, annual plant producing a short, bushy plant up to cm tall with a strong taproot Poisonous Plants in Britain and their Effects on Animals and Man. Publication Author Cooper. and Johnson. Publisher HMSO Year ISBN A Source Book of Edible Plants.
Publication Author Facciola. Publisher. Lupinus species and their derivatives are good candidates to be used as hypoglycaemic agents.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of supplementation with Lupinus albus dry extract in type 2 diabetic patients. The study included 47 adult patients (21 men and 26 women) with type 2 diabetes. While consuming their usual medication, patients received a daily dose of mg of.
Mature, raw Lupinus albus seeds contain per g edible portion: water g, energy kJ ( kcal), protein g, fat g, carbohydrate g, Ca mg, Mg mg, P mg, Fe mg, Zn mg, vitamin A 23 IU, thiamin mg, riboflavin mg, niacin mg, vitamin B 6 mg, folate μg and ascorbic acid mg.
The essential amino-acid composition per g edible. PubMed:Quality of Lupinus albus L. (white lupin) seed: extent of genotypic and environmental effects. PubMed:The rotation of white lupin (Lupinus albus L.) with metal-accumulating plant crops: a strategy to increase the benefits of soil phytoremediation.
PubMed:Effect of a traditional processing method on the chemical composition of local white lupin (Lupinus albus L.) seed in North-Western. Determination of the level of Essential and Non-essential Metals in Lupinus Albus (Gibto) Grain Cultivated in Amhara Region, Ethiopia Author: venkateshwar reddy Created Date: 9/12/ AM.
Prusinski J. (): White lupin (Lupinus albus L.) – nutritional and health values in human nutrition – a review. Czech J. Food Sci., 95– White lupin seeds have been used in human nutrition and treatment for several thousand years. Nowadays the use of white lupin seeds is limited by a small scale of their production.
Abstract. The early (2–4 d) effects of slowly imposed soil water deficit on Lupinus albus photosynthetic performance, carbon metabolism, and hormonal balance in different organs (leaf blade, stem stele, stem cortex, and root) were evaluated on d-old plants (growth chamber assay).
Our work shows that several metabolic adjustments occurred prior to alteration of the plant water status. Research of the regulatory function of sucrose in storage lipid breakdown was conducted on isolated embryo axes, excised cotyledons and whole seedlings of three lupine species grown in vitro on medium with 60 mM sucrose or without the sugar.
Lack of sucrose in the medium caused significant increase in total lipid content in yellow, white and Andean lupine isolated embryo axes but in Andean. MATERIAL AND METHOD To examine the effects of drought and salt stress of Lupinus albus L. plants of 14 white lupine cultivars from different habitats were cultivated in two experiments, in 6 kg pots with chernozem cambic soil, in controlled condition.
Each pot had three plants.fruits, seeds, raw. Biodiversity for Food and Nutrition. The Biodiversity for Food and Nutrition Project is a multi-country, multi-partner initiative led by Brazil, Kenya, Sri Lanka and Turkey and funded by the Global Environment Facility, the world’s largest public funder of international environmental projects.White lupin (Lupinus albus L.) is one of the species of lupins, a genus of multipurpose annual legumes grown throughout the world both for their seeds used in feed and food, and for seeds can be an alternative to soybean in all livestock species due to their high content in good quality protein (in the % range).