4 edition of Regulation of carbon partitioning in photosynthetic tissue found in the catalog.
Regulation of carbon partitioning in photosynthetic tissue
1985 by American Society of Plant Physiologists .
Written in English
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Series of photosynthetic reactions in which carbon dioxide is fixed and reduced in the chloroplast. Does not require light. Light independent reactions. Synthesis portion of photosynthesis takes place in the stroma of chloroplasts and does not directly require solar energy. Uses the products of the light dependent reactions to reduce carbon. The photosynthetic downregulation has been reported in experiments on other C 3 plant species (Sage et al., ) including bulbous crops such as onion (Wheeler et al., ). In this study, we hypothesized that photosynthetic downregulation under elevated CO 2 would be minimal in garlic because of the bulb serving as a strong carbon sink. We Cited by: 4. Carbon partitioning between ferritic and austenitic phases is essential for austenite stabilization in the most advanced steels such as those produced by the quenching and partitioning (Q&P) process. The atomistic analysis of the carbon partitioning in Q&P alloys is, however, difficult owing to the simultaneous occurrence of bainite.
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Regulation of carbon partitioning in photosynthetic tissue. Rockville, Md.: American Society of Plant Physiologists, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert L Heath; Jack Preiss; University of California, Riverside.
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Regulation of Carbon Partitioning in Photosynthetic Tissue. Proceedings of the Eighth Symposium in Plant Physiology at the University of California, Riverside, California, JanuaryEdited by Robert L. Heath and Jack Preiss.
American Society of Plant Physiologists, Rockville. Maryland. pp., $ A central topic in plant physiology is the metabolism, flow.
Photosynthesis, Carbon Partitioning, and Yield. Annual Review of Plant Physiology Vol. (Volume publication date June ) Improvements in existing delivery systems and the regulation of developmental genes to overcome species limitations and to speed tissue culture step REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES: Metabolism, Oxidative Stress Cited by: Regulation of Carbon Partitioning in Photosynthetic Tissue Proceedings of the 8th Annual Symposium in Plant Physiology Edited by R.L.
Heath and J. Preiss Waverly Press; Baltimore, xxi + pages. Regulation of carbon partitioning in photosynthetic tissue book (f approx.) This paperback book reports the papers presented.
The importance of compartmentat ion in plant metabolism (see Dennis and Miernyk, ) should have become clear in the previous chapters of this book. regulating plant sugar metabolism, in Regulation of Carbon Partitioning in Photosynthetic Tissue (R.L. Heath and J. Preiss,eds.) Proc. Eighth Ann.
Symp. Physiol., University of Riverside Author: David T. Dennis. In: Heath RL and Preiss J (eds) Regulation of Carbon Partitioning in Photosynthetic Tissue, pp – Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore Google Scholar Huber SC, Nielsen TH, Huber JLA and Pharr DM () Variation among species in light activation of sucrose-phosphate by: 7.
The regulation of carbon partitioning in photosynthesis is not understood. In plants, microalgae and cyanobacteria, methods need be devised to alter photosynthetic carbon partitioning between the sugar, terpenoid, and fatty acid biosynthetic pathways, to lower the prevalence of sugar biosynthesis and correspondingly upregulate terpenoid and Cited by: Carbon partitioning is the process whereby assimilates are distributed throughout the plant body from photosynthetic tissues.
For most plants, this occurs by loading Suc into the phloem and transporting it from source tissues (net exporters) to sink tissues (net importers), where Suc is unloaded (Turgeon, ; van Bel, ). T6P and Trehalose. In wild-type reproductive tissue under well-watered (unstressed [US]) conditions, T6P abundance ranged from 4 nmol g −1 fresh weight (FW) in the node, where it was most stable during development compared to other reproductive tissues, to 60 nmol g −1 FW in the shank 5 d before pollination (−5; Fig.
3A).T6P then fell to Cited by: Photosynthesis is a basic biochemical process that all life on this planet Regulation of carbon partitioning in photosynthetic tissue book dependent on.
The need for this project is to provide basic biochemical understanding of photosynthesis regulation. Understanding regulatory mechanisms of photosynthesis will help future strategies that may be needed to maintain our food supply or to provide novel outputs such as engineered plant.
Comparative effects of light during growth on the photosynthetic properties of NADP‐ME type C 4 grasses from open and shaded habitats.
Photosynthetic enzyme activities and metabolism*. Trehalose 6-phosphate regulates photosynthesis and assimilate partitioning in reproductive tissue.
Plant Physiology. (2). Abstracts SEB Plant Metabolism Group Scientific Meeting on Manipulation of Photosynthetic Carbon Metabolism in Crop Improvement, Rothamsted, September Cited by: Keiller, D.R. and Holmes, M.G., Effects of long term exposure to elevated UV-B on the photosynthetic performance of five broad-leaved tree species.
Photosynthesis Research, 67, pp Montiel P., Smith, A. and Keiller, D., Photosynthetic responses of selected Antarctic plants to solar radiation in the Southern maritime Antarctic. Plant responses to atmospheric carbon dioxide will be of great concern in the future, as carbon dioxide concentrations ([CO2]) are predicted to continue to rise.
Elevated [CO2] causes increased photosynthesis in plants, which leads to greater production of carbohydrates and biomass.
Which organ the extra carbohydrates are allocated to varies between species, but also within by: A model of photosynthetic carbon partitioning towards TAG in Nannochloropsis oceanica.
Key chemical compounds were illustrated in the black box. The solid line arrows represent one-step reaction while dashed ones represent multi-step reaction. The red arrows illustrate the two main carbon reallocation routes in by: regulation of photosynthetic gene transcripts and suppress.
carbon partitioning shifts toward starch synthesis, while sucrose a similar system may exist in. In flowering plants, sink tissues rely on transport of carbohydrates from photosynthetic tissues (sources) for nutrition and energy.
However, how sugar partitioning in plants is regulated at the molecular level during development remains unknown. We have isolated and characterized a rice (Oryza sativa) mutant, carbon starved anther (csa), that showed Cited by: Start studying Allocation, Translocation, and Partitioning of Photosynthates.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. PHOTOSYNTHESIS, CARBON PARTITIONING, AND YIELD REGULATION OF CARBON FLOW THROUGH SOURCEPATHSINK allocation of photosynthetic assimilates to the grain during grain filling (44). At the meeting, an overview of ongoing research at WSU in photosynthetic carbon partitioning was presented.
Specifically, using nonevasive techniques to measure the photosynthetic potential of the flag leaf of flowering rice plants, it was demonstrated that carbon dioxide assimilation was saturated at near atmospheric levels of CO2. Carbon tissue is a gelatin-based emulsion used as a photoresist in the chemical etching (photoengraving) of gravure cylinders for printing.
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in: Techniques and new Cited by: 3. Photosynthesis - Photosynthesis - The process of photosynthesis: carbon fixation and reduction: The assimilation of carbon into organic compounds is the result of a complex series of enzymatically regulated chemical reactions—the dark reactions.
This term is something of a misnomer, for these reactions can take place in either light or darkness. Differential Regulation of Carbon Partitioning by the Central Growth Regulator Target of Rapamycin (TOR) Target of rapamycin (TOR) is an evolutionary conserved ser-ine/threonine protein kinase found in yeast, plants, and ani-mals.
TOR plays a central role in sensing nutrients and energy status, growth factors, and other environmental signals, and. The tissue is known as palisade parenchyma, sunlight is combined with water and carbon dioxide in chloroplasts, which then produce glucose and oxygen.
The oxygen is expelled into the surrounding air and the glucose is further transformed into aden. Photosynthesis- Photosynthetic carbon reduction (PCR) •Overview • Calvin-Benson cycle (C 3 pathway) • Regulation • Photorespiration •C 4 Photosynthesis • CAM photosynthesis.
Overview • Three stages: •CO 2 reduced to triose phosphate • Uses ATP and NADPH from light reactionsFile Size: 2MB. The work seeks to raise awareness of a fundamental problem that impacts the renewable generation of fuels and chemicals via (photo)synthetic biology.
At issue is regulation of the endogenous cellular carbon partitioning between different biosynthetic pathways, over which the living cell exerts stringent control. The regulation of carbon partitioning in photosynthesis is not Cited by: COVID Resources.
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The prime end-product of photosynthetic carbon assimilation, triose phosphate, is partitioned into several central metabolic pathways, including those leading to the generation of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids. In many plants, including Arabidopsis, a large fraction of triose phosphate formed during photosynthesis is used to synthesize Cited by: 1.
Target of rapamycin (TOR) is an evolutionary conserved serine/threonine protein kinase found in yeast, plants, and animals. TOR plays a central role in sensing nutrients and energy status, growth factors, and other environmental signals, and integrates these cues to synchronize cell growth-related processes (Laplante and Sabatini, ).
In yeast and animal cells, TOR acts Cited by: Photosynthesis- Photosynthetic carbon reduction (PCR) 3 pathway) • Regulation • Photorespiration • C4 Photosynthesis • CAM photosynthesis.
Overview •CO 2 reduced to triose phosphate • Uses ATP and NADPH from light succulence of leaf tissue. Pathway & Regulation. Title: Photosynthesis- Photosynthetic carbon reduction (PCR). Regulation of carbon partitioning in photosynthetic tissue: proceedings of the Eighth Annual Symposium in Plant Physiology, January, University of California, Riverside / edited by Robert L.
Heath and Jack Preiss. Sucrose is produced by photosynthetic tissues in the parent plant, and serves as a major carbon source for accumulation of seed storage oil and generation of other important seed components, such Cited by: Modeling of photosynthetic rate and carbon partitioning in relation to growth showed that carbon is partitioned to leaf area expansion and biomass at different rates, and that the relationship between leaf area and biomass is important to consider since leaf area determines light interception.
In particular, this study showed that partitioning Cited by: The significance for whole‐plant carbon gain of plasticity in between‐leaf and within‐leaf partitioning of photosynthetic resources was investigated using an experimental and modelling approach.
Lysimachia vulgaris L. was grown at two contrasting stand densities and two levels of nutrient availability in a glasshouse. Whole‐plant daily Cited by: Estimates of nutrient allocation in different plant tissues and the relationships between the nutrient contents and photosynthetic capacity are critical to predicting ecosystem carbon sequestration under global change.
Here, we provide an assessment of large-scale patterns of community-level nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations in different plant tissues Cited by: In: Regulation of Carbon Partitioning in Photosynthetic Tissue (R.L.
Heath and J. Preiss, ed.) Proceeding of the Eighth Annual Symposium in Plant Physiology, University of California, Riverside, pp. l (l). (Wyse ). For example, in their book on carbon partitioning in photosynthetic tissue, Heath and Preiss () have sections on cellular parti tioning, tissue partitioning, and whole plant parti tioning.
The authors of individual chapters were left to define their own terms and usage, and as a result, have included such statements as, "the. Recently, three Chenopodiaceae species, Bienertia cycloptera, Bienertia sinuspersici, and Suaeda aralocaspica, were shown to possess novel C4 photosynthesis mechanisms through the compartmentalization of organelles and photosynthetic enzymes into two distinct regions within a single chlorenchyma cell.
Bienertia has peripheral and central Cited by: Tatsuo Sugiyama and Hitoshi Sakakibara, Regulation of Carbon and Nitrogen Assimilation Through Gene Expression, Photosynthetic Nitrogen Assimilation and Associated Carbon and Respiratory Metabolism, /_14, (), ().Recent developments have altered our view of molecular mechanisms that determine sink strength, defined here as the capacity of non-photosynthetic structures to compete for import of photoassimilates.
We review new findings from diverse systems, including stems, seeds, flowers, and fruits. An important advance has been the identification of new transporters and facilitators Cited by: