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iron concentration in seeds

  • Annual Review & Research in Biology 706 Кб

    3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION In this study, impact of different levels of zinc, iron, and manganese fertilizers application on Zn, Fe, and Mn concentration in leaf, stem, pod, and seed at during growth stages were analyzed.

  • The Proceedings of the International Plant Nutrition Colloquium XVI 277 Кб

    Localization of iron, zinc, and protein in seeds of spelt (Triticum aestivum ssp. spelta) genotypes withAverage seed weights were similar for both LGP and HGP genotypes, suggesting that differences in seed nutrient concentration would not be associated to seed biomass for the selected genotypes.

  • Historical shifts in the seed mineral micronutrient concentration of US...

    In the present study, the iron (Fe), zinc (Zn), copper (Cu), and selenium (Se) content of seed of 14 US hard red winter wheat varieties from production erasThese results suggest that genetic gains in the yield of US hard red winter wheat have tended to reduce seed Fe, Zn, and Se concentrations.

  • Inhibitory effects of reactive X-3B red dye (RRD) on iron uptake... 170 Кб

    The mean concentration of iron accumulated in seeds of soybean and rice and edible parts of watermelon was decreased in the soils treated by RRD signicantly (Table 2), compared with the controls.

  • Workshop on SEEDS-II 122 Кб

    However, the iron-initiated bloom was much less intense than observed in SEEDS-I. Chlorophyll-a concentration increased only 2 to 3 times over the initial values, and the drawdown of nutrients and pCO2 were small.

  • ...genetic control of zinc and iron concentration in common bean seeds

    It was observed that an expressive part of the variation in zinc and iron concentrations among the lines used is due to the seed coat.Camila Andrade Silva, Ângela de F&atima Barbosa Abreu and Magno Antonio Patto Ramalho . "Genetic control of zinc and iron concentration in common bean...

  • Keywords: lupine germination, medium composition, iron, lead... 625 Кб

    The lupine seeds quite well tolerated Fe2+ ions in concentrations between 0-25 mM, and accumulation of iron in sprouted lupine seeds from these kind of medium is listed in Table 1...

  • Chemistry Central Journal | ...focus on oil and metal contents of seeds

    The concentration of iron minerals in different layers of soil is ranged between 100–100000 μg∙g-1[27].P and K intake with foliar fertilizers like Fertileader Viti lightly enhances the average calcium concentration in seeds.

  • Rice | Full text | Iron biofortification of rice using different transgenic...

    More than 2 billion people suffer from iron (Fe) deficiency, and developing crop cultivars with an increased concentration of micronutrients (biofortification)The Fe concentration in greenhouse-grown T2 polished seeds was 6-fold higher and that in paddy field-grown T3 polished seeds was...

  • Triticum dicoccoides: ...zinc and iron concentration in modern...

    One major strategy to increase the level of zinc (Zn) and iron (Fe) in cereal crops, is to exploit the natural genetic variation in seed concentration of these micronutrients. Genotypic variation for Zn and Fe concentration in seeds among cultivated wheat cultivars is relatively narrow and limits the options...

  • Res. on Crops 12 (3) : 752-760 (2011) With four figures Printed in India 208 Кб

    RESULTS AND DISCUSSION The effects of zinc, iron and manganese fertilizers application on Zn, Fe and Mn concentration in leaf, stem, pod and seed during growth and development stages of soybean in 2009 and 2010, separately are shown in Tables 2, 3, 4 and 5. According to these results...

  • EiC Sept 2010 - Feature - Iron ocean seeding

    When seeding the ocean, it is important to understand some iron chemistry. In seeding experiments, iron(ii) ion in the form of iron(ii) sulfate solution is usually applied.Fig 5 The pH and concentration dependence of iron species.

  • Comparison of Grain Zinc and Iron Concentration between Synthetic...

    [7]. Cakmak, I., Ozkan, H., Braun, H.J., Welch, R.M. and Romheld, V. (2000) Zinc and Iron Concentrations in Seeds of Wild, Primitive and Modern Wheats. Food and Nutrition Bulletin, 21, 401-403.

  • ...fortification in germinated brown rice on seed iron concentration...

    Effect of ferrous sulfate fortification in germinated brown rice on seed iron concentration and bioavailability. Yanyan Wei, MJI Shohag, Feng Ying, Xiaoe Yang, Chunyong Wu, Yuyan Wang.

  • Research on concentration of iron ore

    SPC "Aeromeh" Ltd. carried out semi-industrial trials on concentration of iron ores with the help of air separation on CAD machine.Phytosanitary indexes of seeds. Rice calibration. Research of barley separating in Norway.

  • Chanakan Prom-u-thai - Publications

    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: This experiment examined variation of iron (Fe) concentration in grain of local Thai rice varieties from Huai Tee Cha village, in northern Thailand. Seeds of 17 named varieties were collected from farmers in 66 accessions.

  • ...methods for increasing biomass, iron concentration...

    Methods for producing greater biomass in a plant, increasing the drought tolerance of a plant, producing a decreased lignin concentration in a plant, producing a greater iron concentration in a plant, or inhibiting fungal infection in a plant comprise administering Bacillus subtilis FB17 to the plant, the seed...

  • Physiological Limits to Zinc Biofortification of Edible Crops

    By contrast, Zn concentrations in fruits, seeds and tubers are severely limited by low Zn mobility in the phloem and Zn concentrations higher than 30-100 mg kg-1 DM are rarely observed.Inheritance of seed iron and zinc concentrations in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Mol.

  • Materials and methods 1.35 Мб

    Adequate iron nutrition during crop production is central for assuring appropriate iron concentrations in the harvestable organs, for human food or animal feed.Leaf and pod wall iron concentrations increased as much as 500% in transgenic plants, while seed iron concentrations only increased by 10...

  • Key words: Iron deficiency anemia Bone marrow 837 Кб

    J., 23 (6): 795-807, 2013 Determination Iron Concentration in Cooked Soybean, Cooked Lentils, Sesame Seed, Pumpkin Seed, Molasses and Mixture: Iron concentration of cooked soybean, cooked lentils, sesame, pumpkin seed powder...

  • Patent US6270809 - Nutritional supplements - Google Patents

    Brassica juncea 426308 seeds (1 g/pot) were planted in 4.5 inch pots containing fine sand (300 g/pot).Iron accumulated in the seedlings as a function of Fe concentration in the nutrient solution.

  • Resistance of PIN oak to iron chlorosis: a technique for detecting... 117 Кб

    In spring 1976 the seeds were germinated in a mixture of peat, perlite, and soil.The lowest iron concentration resulted in seedlings that were shorter than those in either of the two other treatments, and seedlings were shorter when grown in solutions adjusted to the higher PH.

  • Iron in seeds - loading pathways and subcellular localization.

    Iron localization in seeds.(A) In rice, the concentration of Fe is highest in the aleurone layer, the integument, and the scutellum. Iron levels are also high in the hull. In the starchy endosperm the Fe content is low.

  • Iron accumulation in seed of common bean 86 Кб

    Accepted in revised form 18 April 2002 Key words: bean genotypes, iron chelates, Phaseolus vulgaris, seed iron, seed manganese, soil pH Abstract The effect of soil and genotype on iron concentration [Fe] in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) seed was studied in the greenhouse.

  • ...variation and QTL analysis for cationic mineral content in seeds...

    Minerals, such as calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, and zinc are essential for the functioning of plant cells. Certainly the first phase of seedling developmentFigure 3. Frequency distributions of the concentration (µmol g−1 DW) of K, Mg, Ca, Mn, Zn and P in seeds of the Ler × Cvi RIL population.

  • Iowa State University 1.11 Мб

    Digital Repository @ Iowa State University. Recurrent selection to alter seed phytic acid content and iron bioavailability in maize.Quantitative trait locus (QTL analysis) is one of the methods used to discover the genes that control iron concentration in crops.

  • Mesopotamia J. of Agric. Vol. (41) No. (2) 2012 562 Кб

    The iron concentrations in the seed of the 18 wheat genotypes ranged between 20.5 to 65.4 mg kg-1 dry weight basis. Only the seed of Saef and Bohuth/6 genotypes had Fe concentration more than 57 mg Kg-1 and fulfill quality standard set by WHO, 2006...

  • ...Differences in Concentration and Bioavailability of Kernel-Iron... 127 Кб

    Recent studies showed that large differences exist in iron concentration in maize kernels.The cells were used in the iron bioavailability experiments at 13 days post seeding. In Vitro Digestion Ground maize (0.5 g) was used for each sample digestion.

  • Latitude (degree N) 396 Кб

    2. Temporal changes in dissolved iron concentration in the patch at the surface mixed layer in SEEDS (solid triangles), SEEDS II (solid squares) and SERIES (open squares).

  • Key word: fertilizer, micronutrient, nutrition, grain yield, leaf 428 Кб

    The effect of iron on leaf zinc concentration not significant, but increasing iron concentration in grain and leaf.Before planting, seeds were, initially, soaked in 10% sugar solution; then each kg of seeds inoculated with 2 gr of BradyRhizobium japonicum.

  • zinccrops2011.org/presentations/2011_zinccrops2011_rengel.pdf 160 Кб

    One approach to increasing Zn concentration in seeds is fertilization of plants via soils or foliar sprays, but there is no direct economicPlant Soil 306:49‐55. Cakmak I., Ozkan H., Braun H.J., Welch R.M., Romheld V. (2000) Zinc and Iron concentrations in seeds of wild, primitive, and modern wheats.

  • Concentrations of minerals and phenolic compounds in three edible...

    We supplemented iron concentrations in three species of edible sprouts (alfalfa, broccoli, and radish) by soaking the seeds in a high-iron solution, and subsequently measured the concentration of minerals and of phenolic compounds.