2 edition of genetics and physiology of lead tolerance in Festuca ovina. found in the catalog.
genetics and physiology of lead tolerance in Festuca ovina.
Thesis(Ph.D.)- University of Birmingham, Dept of Botany, 1972.
Physiology of Ecological Races and Species Physiology of Ecological Races and Species Hiesey, W M; Milner, H W Carnegie Institution of Wa shington, Department of Plant Biology, Stanford, California The subject of this review overlaps the field termed "physiological ecology" by Billings (2, 3). Following a concept expressed by Tansley () that is widely held by ecologists. Shakarami B, Dianati-Tilaki Gh, Tabari M, Behtari B. The effect of priming treatments on salinity tolerance of Festuca arundinacea schreb and Festuca ovina L. seeds during germination and early growth. Iran J Range For Plant Breed Genetic Res. ;18(2) Schat H, Vooijs R () Multiple tolerance and co-tolerance to heavy metals in Silene vulgaris: co-segregation analysis. New Phytol Schat H, Kuiper E, TenBookum WM, Vooijs R () A general model for the genetic control of copper tolerance in Silene vulgaris: evidence from crosses between plants from different tolerant populations.
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Vegetative samples of F. ovina were collected from several populations in each of the chief lead-mining areas of Britain, and tested for tolerance to lead [cf. XXVIII, ]. There was no evidence of a clear division between tolerance and nontolerance, nor, on the other hand, was there a completely continuous range between the two extremes.
It is suggested that more than one type of tolerant Cited by: Lead Tolerance and Accumulation in Hirschfeldia incana, a Mediterranean Brassicaceae from Festuca ovina, is an interesting experimental model to identify new genes involved in the molecular mechanisms of Pb accumulation and tolerance in plants.
Indeed its close genetic proximity to A. thaliana allows the use of its powerful Cited by: The lead tolerance of red fescue Festuca rubra individuals was examined in a site contaminated with lead mine spoil, a motorway verge, and a site relatively uncontaminated by lead.
The individuals from the lead mine site were found to possess a tolerance far in excess of the others, and those from four separate samples taken within 7 m of the motorway verge significantly more tolerant Cited by: The use of radioisotopes to investigate heavy metal tolerance in plants “Isotopes in Plant Nutrition and Physiology”.
Brit C. The genetics of lead tolerance in Festuca ovina Cited by: On similar waste tips in Scotland, A. tenuis is replaced by Festuca ovina and Deschampsia flexuosa, and a method has been worked out for the measurement of lead tolerance in F.
ovina from soils of. On similar waste tips in Scotland, A. tenuis is replaced by Festuca ovina and Deschampsia flexuosa, and a method has been worked out for the measurement of lead tolerance in F.
ovina from soils of. Lead tolerance in Festuca ovina is an inherited characteristic, evolved by the production of compounds within the plants, specifically for protection against the toxic effects of heavy metals.
A small number of genes are probably producing the major effects, and modifiers for dominance are present, which are probably affected by the genome as a. Rescue of heavy metal effects on cell physiology of the algal model system D.M. AntosiewiczStudy of calcium-dependent lead-tolerance on plants differing in their level of Ca-deficiency tolerance.
D.A. WilkinsEffect of calcium on the uptake and toxicity of lead in Hordeum vulgare L. and Festuca ovina L. New Phytol, 87 (3) (), pp. Priming is highly used for germination improvement of seeds under environmental stress. The research was conducted to study the effect of NaCl priming and hydropriming on germination and early growth of Festuca arundinacea and Festuca ovina seeds under salinity stress.
First factor was plant species, the second was pre-treatment priming (NaCl priming with three concentrations, 15, 30 and 45 dS. Six grass species which differed in ability to grow on serpentine soils were assayed for root surface acid phosphatase activity in solutions of Ca, Mg, Ni, Cr III, Cr VI, and Zn at various concentrations.
The root surface phosphatases of relatively serpentine tolerant species (Festuca rubra, Festuca pratensis and Holcus lanatus) were unaffected by the external Ca concentration whereas Ca. Extremely high degrees of lead tolerance, measured by comparing rates of root extension in culture solutions, are reported from populations of Festuca ovina growing at two lead-mining sites (Westschacht and Keldenich-II) near Mechernich in the Eifel Mountains, Germany.
Other populations from nearby heavy metal-contaminated areas show a considerably smaller degree of lead tolerance. Aspects de la tolerance aux metaux lourds chez Agrostis tenuis Sibth., Festuca ovina L. et Armeria maritima. Mill. Willd.
Oecologia Planta Harberd D. () Observations on population structure and longevity of Festuca rubra L. New Phytol. 60, – CrossRef Google Scholar. The measurement and genetic analysis of lead tolerance in Festuca ovina. Rep. Scott. Breed. Stn, 95–98 eBook Packages Springer Book Archive; Buy this book on publisher's site; Reprints.
Wilkins, D. A technique for the measurement of lead tolerance in plants. Nature (London)Wilkins, D. "The Measurement and Genetical Analysis of Lead-Tolerance in Festuca ovina," pp.
Report Scottish Plant Breeding Station. Wong, M. Metal cotolerance to cooper, lead and zinc in Festuca rubra. HEAVY METAL TOLERANCE IN POPULATIONS OF AGROSTIS TENUIS SIBTH.
AND OTHER GRASSES. Authors. GREGORY, Department of Agricultural Botany, University College of North Wales, Bangor; Search for more papers by this author. BRADSHAW. The first section of the new volume [cf. XXXIII, ] is devoted to cell structure and function and comprises two articles, one on plant membrane lipids and the other, by Y.
Oota, on RNA in developing plant cells; evidence cited suggests that "protein synthesis is coupled with de novo synthesis or at least the presence of RNA", which is also in some way connected with auxin activity. Due to its strong tolerance to stress and adversity, Festuca ovina L. survives well in various habitats, which range from acid soils, coastal dunes and cliffs to cold deserts and heavy metal soils.
Moreover, this species is abundant in Eurasia, ranges from the Arctic to the warm temperate zone, and is even found in outlying areas further south.
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Harrington, David J. Roberts, Graham Nickless, The effect of cadmium, zinc, and copper on the growth, tolerance index, metal uptake, and production of malic acid in two strains of the grass Festuca rubra, Canadian Journal of Botany, /b, 74, 11, (), ().
The wind-pollinated, outcrossing species F. ovina had the highest levels of genetic variation, intermediate levels were found in the largely outcrossing and insect pollinated L. viscaria, while. Salt tolerance, determined as the percentage green leaf remaining after spray treatment, was investigated in plants from three coastal populations of Festuca rubra L.
and in their hybrids with the non‐tolerant cultivar Aberystwyth S The most tolerant population originated from a cliff site very exposed to natural salt spray. The biometrical genetics of copper tolerance has been investigated in two Californian populations of Mimulus guttatus by crosses to a nontolerant British population.
Part of the Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology book series (PLANT, volume 12 Urquhart C () Genetics of lead tolerance in Festuca ovina. Heredity 19–33 Google Scholar.
Vallee BL () Metallothionein: historical review and perspectives. Experientia Suppl The expression of the operon is regulated and is inducible by Hg(II).Lead tolerance in Festuca ovina is an inherited characteristic, evolved by the production of compounds within the plants.
undefined Reza Mohammadi, Bahman Panahi, Saleh Amiri, ISSR Based Study of Fine Fescue (Festuca ovina L.) Highlighted the Genetic Diversity of Iranian Accessions, Cytology and Genetics, /S, 54, 3, (), (). Zinc tolerance in the grass, Agrostis tennis Sibth., was investigated by comparing the uptake of radiozinc by the cell wall and mitochondrial fractions from the roots of sixteen different populations.
Large differences in tolerance between populations were found. There was a significant correlation between zinc accumulation by each subcellular fraction and the index of zinc tolerance but the. The dimeric metabolic enzyme phosphoglucose isomerase (PGI, EC ) plays an essential role in energy production.
In the grass Festuca ovina, field surveys of enzyme variation suggest that genetic variation at cytosolic PGI (PGIC) may be adaptively the present study, we investigated the molecular basis of the potential adaptive significance of PGIC in F. We used amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) markers to test for genetic differentiation in coexisting populations of established individuals of P.
lanceolata and Festuca ovina exposed to 15 years of experimental climate manipulations at BCCIL. Simulated climate change could lead to genetic differentiation in this system through two processes: genetic drift and ecologically adaptive.
The genus Festuca comprises approximately species and is widely distributed around the world. The Iberian Penninsula, with more than taxa colonizing very diverse habitats, is one of its main centers of diversification.
This study was conducted to assess molecular genetic variation and genetic relatedness among 91 populations of 31 taxa of Iberian fescues, based on several molecular.
R.A.J. Taylor, in Taylor's Power Law, Grassy pasture in Sweden. A study by Viketoft () examined the nematode communities in a seminatural grassy pasture near Uppsala, Sweden. The communities were sampled in soil under monospecific patches of white clover (Trifolium repens), a legume, and sheep’s fescue (Festuca ovina), a grass, and from soil under patches of mixed vegetation.
Differential tolerance of three cultivars of Agrostis capillaris L. to cadmium, copper, lead, nickel and zinc. New Phytol. – New Phytol. – CrossRef Google Scholar. Abstract. Protein turnover is generally regarded as one of the most important maintenance processes in plants in terms of energy requirements.
In this study, the contribution of protein turnover to the respiratory costs for maintenance in the roots of two grass species, the fast‐growing Dactylis glomerata L. and the slow‐growing Festuca ovina L., is evaluated. We used amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) markers to test for genetic differentiation in coexisting populations of established individuals of P.
lanceolata and Festuca ovina exposed to 15 years of experimental climate manipulations at BCCIL. Simulated climate change could lead to genetic differentiation in this system through two.
Background: A horizontal gene transfer has brought an active nuclear gene, PgiC2, from a polyploid Poa species (P. palustris or a close relative) into the common grass sheep's fescue (Festuca ovina).
The donor and the receptor species are strictly reproductively separated, and PgiC2 occurs in a polymorphic state within F. ovina. The active gene copy is normally closely linked to a very similar. The development of vegetation (mainly the Violetum calaminariae Schwick.) in heavy metal‐contaminated areas depends on the metals mobility in soils and on metal availability for plants.
Moreover, the ability of plant populations to evolve metal tolerance is one of the most important characters which determines the structure, density and development of the vegetation in such areas. Specific internal chelation of the metal in qu estion was advanced as an explanation for the tolerance, the metal thereby being rendered innocuous.
Wilkins (, ) has studied lead tolerance in Festuca ovina. Analysis of the genetic basis of this adaptation indicated to the author that high tolerance is dominant over medium and low tolerance. Review of book by E. Mayr. Evolution, 13, – The measurement and genetical analysis of lead tolerance in Festuca ovina.
Scottish Plant Breeding Station Tree Genetics & Genomes. Effect of calcium on the uptake and toxicity of lead in Hordeum vulgare L. and Festuca ovina L.
New Phytol. 87, SKÓRZYŃSKA-POLIT E., MAKSYMIEC W., Heavy metal interactions with plant nutrients. [W:] Physiology and biochemistry of metal toxicity and tolerance in plants.
Genetics of lead tolerance in Festuca ovina. However, some plant species tolerate the presence of Pb and, more interestingly, several species, including Noccaea caerulescens, Agrostis tennuis, or Festuca ovina, have developed the capacity to accumulate large amounts of lead in their root tissues with limited translocation to the aboveground parts (Vangronsveld et al., ).
Researchers assessed the phenotypic and genotypic attributes of a native fine-leaved Festuca collection in Montana by cloning FEID plants and evaluating them for genetic diversity and.
Keywords: Agropyron; Antioxidant enzymes; Festuca, Lollium; Poa: Introduction: Contamination of soil and water with toxic metals is severe environmental problem .Heavy metals are mainly considered as both natural and anthropogenic-induced stress, caused by weathering of rocks, industrial effluents and agricultural runoffs .Cadmium (Cd) is one of the most phytotoxic heavy metals to plants.Subject browse uses CABICODES which are CABI’s own classification codes for broad subjects that would be difficult to describe with keywords alone.
Each database record is assig.GENETIC ANALYSIS OF COPPER RESISTANCE IN PARAMECIUM AURELIA SYNGEN 4 GENETIC ANALYSIS OF COPPER RESISTANCE IN PARAMECIUM AURELIA SYNGEN 4 Nyberg, Dennis Department of Biological Sciences, University of Illinois ai Chicago Circle, Chicago, Illinois Manuscript received May 3, Revised copy received Ma ABSTRACT Measurement of the median tolerance .