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Screening 64 cultivars Catharanthus roseus for the ...

Because of this application, catharanthine and vindoline can be used to screen for high-yielding TIA cultivars. In this study, we compared the TIA concentrations in the leaves of 64 different cultivars of C. roseus in the soil experiments. The highest concentration of serpentine was found in Cooler Rose Hot (461±46 μg/g DW).

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Rare Plants - CNPS Milo Baker Chapter

2021-6-16  How each serpentine-tolerant plant species adapts to the elements of serpentine, whether by screening out the toxics or selectively absorbing the needed nutrients, is one small part of a complex subject that needs more study to develop a better understanding of California’s serpentine flora.

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Conference on Serpentine Ecology

Until recently, Ni hyperaccumulator plant species have been identified by screening using a field spot test based on dimethylglyoxime (DMG). Recently, the use of portable X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy (XRF) instruments have enabled non-destructive analyses of

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Screening 64 cultivars Catharanthus roseus for the ...

2010-12-15  Because of this application, catharanthine and vindoline can be used to screen for high-yielding TIA cultivars. In this study, we compared the TIA concentrations in the leaves of 64 different cultivars of C. roseus in the soil experiments. The highest concentration of serpentine was found in Cooler Rose Hot (461 ± 46 μg/g DW).

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Screening of Catharanthus roseus secondary

2002-4-26  Screening of Catharanthus roseus secondary metabolites by high-performance liquid chromatography. ... serpentine, tabersonine, vindoline, vinblastine, and vincristine in 20 min. Ajmalicine, tryptophan, tryptamine and secologanine were separated using the second method in 13 min. ... Plant

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Small genomes dominate in plants growing on

2013-6-22  In analysing data from 83 plant taxa pairs (Fig. 6), we found support for our prediction: on average, plants growing on serpentine exhibited lower 1Cx-values (average 4.02 pg) than the same taxa growing on other soil types (4.20 pg). The percentage difference of mean genome size between 83 1Cx-values of serpentine and nonserpentine populations of the same taxa pair is 4.38 %.

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Evidence for Serpentine as a novel antioxidant by a

With the help of this cell line, we for the first time demonstrated serpentine, one of the active components from the roots of Rauwolfia serpentina (a traditional medicinal plant), to

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Plants as extreme environments? Ni-resistant bacteria

2009-12-15  Plant biologists have studied in depth the ecology, physiology, phylogeny and taxonomy of plants occurring on serpentine soils (serpentinophytes, for a review see Brady et al. 2005), and described a high number of endemic taxa, often with unusual features, such as metal hypertolerance or metal hyperaccumulation, a puzzling phenotype consisting of extremely high foliar metal contents, probably

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Rauvolfia serpentina - an overview ScienceDirect

The plant species Catharanthus roseus and Rauvolfia serpentina are the source of some medicinally important TIAs like vinblastine for cancer and ajmaline for heart disorders. The biosynthesis of BIAs, another group of alkaloids, starts from condensation of tyrosine, an amino acid.

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General Ecology - Serpentine Galleries

2020-12-6  In 2014, the Serpentine collaborated with artist Gustav Metzger on the Extinction Marathon, hailed by The Guardian as ‘The artworld’s bid to save the world’. Since this pivotal event, the Serpentine has continued its research around ecology, climate change, animality, human and artificial consciousness, wellbeing, extinction, technology and multi-scale complexity.

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Antimicrobial Activity of Plants Collected from Serpentine ...

2016-4-11  Thirty-two plant species collected from serpentine (ultra-mafic) soils in Sri Lanka were screened for antimicrobial properties against three Gram-positive and two Gram- ... A total of seven microorganisms were used in the screening: Staphylococcus aureus (methicillin-resistant), Bacillus sub-

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Screening 64 cultivars Catharanthus roseus for the ...

Screening 64 cultivars Catharanthus roseus for the production of vindoline, catharanthine, and serpentine. Chung IM(1), Kim EH, Li M, Peebles CA, Jung WS, Song HK, Ahn JK, San KY. Author information: (1)Department of Applied Life Science, Konkuk University, Seoul 143-701, Korea.

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Evidence for Serpentine as a novel antioxidant by a

Evidence for Serpentine as a novel antioxidant by a redox sensitive HABP1 overexpressing cell line by inhibiting its nuclear translocation of NF-κB. ... (a traditional medicinal plant), to be a novel non-cytotoxic antioxidant. ... The authenticity of this cell line screening system based discovery was validated using standard chemical assays ...

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Screening castor ( Ricinus communis Linn.) germplasm ...

A comprehensive field screening of castor (Ricinus communis Linn.) germplasm against Serpentine leafminer, Liriomyza trifolii Burgess, semilooper, Achaea janata Linn. and shoot and capsule borer, Conogethes punctiferalis Guen. was undertaken at ARS, Hiriyur and GKVK Farm, Bangalore. Totally two hundred thirty two indigenous entries were screened at

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Plants as extreme environments? Ni-resistant bacteria

2009-12-15  Plant biologists have studied in depth the ecology, physiology, phylogeny and taxonomy of plants occurring on serpentine soils (serpentinophytes, for a review see Brady et al. 2005), and described a high number of endemic taxa, often with unusual features, such as metal hypertolerance or metal hyperaccumulation, a puzzling phenotype consisting ...

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MEDICINAL PLANTS BIODIVERSITY AND THEIR

accumulate heavy metals in different plant tissues, that is in relation to the quality of the herbs. Medicinal plant resource assessment is a part of the modern approach to study medicinal plants, their conservation and sustainable use (Lange, 1998, 2002; MPSG, 2007). Serpentine (ultramafic) outcrops in all over the world attract the attention of

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General Ecology - Serpentine Galleries

2020-12-6  General Ecology. General Ecology is the Serpentine’s long-term and ongoing project researching complexity, more-than-humanism, climate justice and environmental balance. Founded in 2018, General Ecology is a strategic effort to embed environmental subjects and methods throughout the Galleries’ outputs, structures and networks.

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Great hedge and screen plants for privacy Pacific

2018-8-6  Laurus nobilis. Laurus nobilis is a broadleaf evergreen tree or large shrub with green, smooth, and hairless leaves. As a hedge or privacy screen, this plant is an aromatic and culinary delight as the distinctive leaves can be used for seasoning in

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A global database for plants that hyperaccumulate

2017-11-15  Discovering more hyperaccumulator plant species. Globally, the discovery of hyperaccumulator plants has been hindered by the lack of systematic screening of plant species and has been biased towards specific regions around the world (Reeves, 2003; van der Ent et al., 2013). Most focus has been on nickel hyperaccumulator plants, partly due to ...

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Mixing Optimization in Grooved Serpentine

Computational fluid dynamics modeling at Reynolds numbers ranging from 10 to 100 was used to characterize the performance of a new type of micromixer employing a serpentine channel with a grooved surface. The new topology exploits the overlap between the typical Dean flows present in curved channels due to the centrifugal forces experienced by the fluids, and the helical flows induced by ...

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Screening 64 cultivars Catharanthus roseus for the ...

Screening 64 cultivars Catharanthus roseus for the production of vindoline, catharanthine, and serpentine. Chung IM(1), Kim EH, Li M, Peebles CA, Jung WS, Song HK, Ahn JK, San KY. Author information: (1)Department of Applied Life Science, Konkuk University, Seoul 143-701, Korea.

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Ecological Studies on the Serpentine Endemic Plant ...

Cerastium utriense Barberis (Caryophyllaceae) is an endemic plant growing on ultramafic outcrops in northwestern Italy. Despite its great phytogeographical importance, little is known about its ecological requirements and environmental range. Thus, the main objective of the present work was to examine and clarify these aspects. On the basis of a preliminary survey on its range, 28 plots were ...

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Great hedge and screen plants for privacy Pacific

2018-8-6  Laurus nobilis. Laurus nobilis is a broadleaf evergreen tree or large shrub with green, smooth, and hairless leaves. As a hedge or privacy screen, this plant is an aromatic and culinary delight as the distinctive leaves can be used for seasoning in

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Characterization of metal-resistant plant-growth

2018-1-1  the plant growth promoting features of serpentine bacterial isolates. Furthermore, reports on the role of metal resistant serpentine isolates on plant growth and plant uptake of metals are scarce. The present study was conducted to (i) isolate and characterize serpentine bacterial strains that are capable of tolerating heavy

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A Novel Nanocomposite of Activated Serpentine

A widely distributed mineral, serpentine, obtained from Wadi Ghadir (Eastern Desert in Egypt) was studied as a potential naturally and abundantly available source for the synthesis of an efficient adsorbent for aquatic remediation applications. A novel nanocomposite was synthesized after the exfoliation of the layered structure of serpentine by hydrogen peroxide treatment (serpentine (SP ...

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Mineral carbonation and industrial uses of carbon dioxide

2018-3-20  serpentine and olivine minerals for example, or on a smaller-scale alkaline industrial residues, such as slag from steel production or flyash. In the case of silicate rocks, carbonation can be carried out either ex-situ in a chemical processing plant after mining and pretreating the silicates, or in-situ, by injecting CO 2

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Acyltransferases in plants: a good time to be BAHD ...

2006-6-1  A recent breakthrough in understanding the catalytic mechanism and the importance of the shared motifs was made by Ma et al.[14 ••] who obtained the first crystal structure of a member of the BAHD family.Vinorine synthase, an acetyltransferase from the plant Rauvolfia serpentine, plays a key role in the production of the ajmalan type of monoterpene indole alkaloids found in this and ...

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Screening the nematicidal potential of indigenous ...

2021-5-10  Screening the nematicidal potential of indigenous medicinal plant extracts against Meloidogyne incognita under lab. and greenhouse conditions Hosny Kesba1, Abdullah Abdel-Rahman1, Samy Sayed2* and Al-Sayed Al-Sayed1 Abstract Background: The root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita, causes a high damage and yield decrease for many economic plants.

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Soil Remediation and Plants ScienceDirect

Field and laboratory studies were performed to: (1) determine heavy metal concentration of serpentine soils in Mersin-Findikpinari, Turkey, (2) find possible metal hyperaccumulator plant species (ecotypes and cultivars) growing on the serpentine soils in the region, and (3) determine the effects of EDTA (ethylenediaminetetraaacetic acid) on the ...

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罗向龙教授-材料与能源学院

2015-4-5  Multi-criteria design optimization and screening of heat exchangers for a subcritical ORC, Energy Procedia, 2015, 75: 1639-1645 (EI). [9] 许俊俊, 罗向龙, 王永真, 朱倩南, 陈颖, 莫松平, 黄宏宇. ORC 工质选择的多级非结构性模糊决策分析, 化工学报

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Antimicrobial Activity of Plants Collected from Serpentine ...

2016-4-11  Thirty-two plant species collected from serpentine (ultra-mafic) soils in Sri Lanka were screened for antimicrobial properties against three Gram-positive and two Gram- ... A total of seven microorganisms were used in the screening: Staphylococcus aureus (methicillin-resistant), Bacillus sub-

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Screening 64 cultivars Catharanthus roseus for the ...

Screening 64 cultivars Catharanthus roseus for the production of vindoline, catharanthine, and serpentine. Chung IM(1), Kim EH, Li M, Peebles CA, Jung WS, Song HK, Ahn JK, San KY. Author information: (1)Department of Applied Life Science, Konkuk University, Seoul 143-701, Korea.

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Screening castor ( Ricinus communis Linn.) germplasm ...

A comprehensive field screening of castor (Ricinus communis Linn.) germplasm against Serpentine leafminer, Liriomyza trifolii Burgess, semilooper, Achaea janata Linn. and shoot and capsule borer, Conogethes punctiferalis Guen. was undertaken at ARS, Hiriyur and GKVK Farm, Bangalore. Totally two hundred thirty two indigenous entries were screened at

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Screening of Catharanthus roseus secondary

2002-4-26  Screening of Catharanthus roseus secondary metabolites by high-performance liquid chromatography. ... serpentine, tabersonine, vindoline, vinblastine, and vincristine in 20 min. Ajmalicine, tryptophan, tryptamine and secologanine were separated using the second method in 13 min. ... Plant

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Screening 64 cultivars Catharanthus roseus for the ...

2010-12-15  Because of this application, catharanthine and vindoline can be used to screen for high-yielding TIA cultivars. In this study, we compared the TIA concentrations in the leaves of 64 different cultivars of C. roseus in the soil experiments. The highest concentration of serpentine was found in Cooler Rose Hot (461 ± 46 μg/g DW).

Get Price

MEDICINAL PLANTS BIODIVERSITY AND THEIR

accumulate heavy metals in different plant tissues, that is in relation to the quality of the herbs. Medicinal plant resource assessment is a part of the modern approach to study medicinal plants, their conservation and sustainable use (Lange, 1998, 2002; MPSG, 2007). Serpentine (ultramafic) outcrops in all over the world attract the attention of

Get Price

Great hedge and screen plants for privacy Pacific

2018-8-6  Laurus nobilis. Laurus nobilis is a broadleaf evergreen tree or large shrub with green, smooth, and hairless leaves. As a hedge or privacy screen, this plant is an aromatic and culinary delight as the distinctive leaves can be used for seasoning in

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Radioimmuno-Screening Methods for Secondary

Weiler E.W. (1977) Radioimmuno-Screening Methods for Secondary Plant Products. In: Barz W., Reinhard E., Zenk M.H. (eds) Plant Tissue Culture and Its

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Screening the nematicidal potential of indigenous ...

2021-5-10  Screening the nematicidal potential of indigenous medicinal plant extracts against Meloidogyne incognita under lab. and greenhouse conditions Hosny Kesba1, Abdullah Abdel-Rahman1, Samy Sayed2* and Al-Sayed Al-Sayed1 Abstract Background: The root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita, causes a high damage and yield decrease for many economic plants.

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In Vitro Screening for Anti-Cholinesterase and

2014-1-23  Inhibition of Acetylcholinesterase (AChE) is still considered as the main therapeutic strategy against Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Many plant derived phytochemicals have shown AChE inhibitory activity in addition to the currently approved drugs for AD. In the present study, methanolic extracts of 20 plants used in Indian Ayurvedic system of medicine for improving cognitive function were ...

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