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Polyamines and ethylene

Penn State Symposium in Plant Physiology (5th 1990)

Polyamines and ethylene

biochemistry, physiology, and interactions : proceedings

by Penn State Symposium in Plant Physiology (5th 1990)

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Published by American Society of Plant Physiologists in Rockville, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polyamines -- Congresses.,
  • Ethylene -- Congresses.,
  • Botanical chemistry -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement5th Annual Penn State Symposium in Plant Physiology, May 17-19, 1990 ; edited by Hector E. Flores, Richard N. Arteca, Jack C. Shannon.
    SeriesCurrent topics in plant physiology ;, v. 5
    ContributionsFlores, Hector E., Arteca, Richard N., 1950-, Shannon, Jack C., 1935-, Pennsylvania State University. Intercollege Graduate Program of Plant Physiology.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK898.P756 P46 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 425 p. :
    Number of Pages425
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1898119M
    ISBN 100943088194
    LC Control Number90084611
    OCLC/WorldCa23955347

    @article{osti_, title = {Complexation of Sn{sub 2}Se{sub 6} with lanthanide(III) centers influenced by ethylene polyamines: Solvothermal syntheses, crystal structures, and optical properties of lanthanide selenidostannates}, author = {Tang, Chunying . Such antagonism between synthesis of higher polyamines and ethylene is reinforced since the enzymes involved in their synthesis are under feedback control by their end products (Moschou et al., ). In this study pepper plants inoculated with Microbacterium sp. 3J1 gave a much higher concentration of spermidine with an over 7-fold increase Cited by: 7.

    Plant hormones (also known as phytohormones) are signal molecules, produced within plants, that occur in extremely low hormones control all aspects of plant growth and development, from embryogenesis, the regulation of organ size, pathogen defense, stress tolerance and through to reproductive development. Unlike in animals (in which hormone production is restricted to. Biochemistry and Physiology of Polyamines in Plants provides a comprehensive introduction to commonly used methods in polyamine research and the problems unique to plant studies. Topics discussed include polyamine metabolism in plants, the functions of polyamines in plant growth and development, and an examination of analytical methods for polyamines and enzymes of polyamine .

    The interactions of polyamines and ethylene are both, in synthesis and in the action of each other so that the synthesis or action of one of them is prevented by another. SAM is the same precursor in the biosynthesis of polyamines and ethylene, and its consumption in each of Cited by: 1. Huntsman manufactures ethyleneamines by the ethylene dichloride/ammonia process. This process consists of the reaction of ethylene dichloride with ammonia, followed by neutralization with sodium hydroxide to produce a mixture of ethyleneamines and sodium chloride. The salt is removed from the amine mixture, and the individual amines are File Size: 1MB.


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Polyamines and ethylene by Penn State Symposium in Plant Physiology (5th 1990) Download PDF EPUB FB2

A polyamine is an organic compound having more than two amino polyamines occur naturally but are also synthetic.

Alkylpolyamines are colorless, hygroscopic, and water soluble. Near neutral pH, they exist as the ammonium derivatives. Most aromatic polyamines are crystalline solids at room temperature.

The various effects of polyamines on growth and survival are also documented. The book details the mechanisms of polyamine homeostasis and the role of polyamine molecules as precursors of secondary metabolites such as plant alkaloids and toxins derived from spiders and wasps.

The role of polyamines in longevity and disease is discussed. S‐adenosylmethionine (SAM) acts both as a precursor for the production of ethylene and as Polyamines and ethylene book substrate in the biosynthesis of conversion of SAM to 1‐aminocyclopropane‐1‐carboxylic acid (ACC) is a key regulatory step in the biosynthesis of ethylene and is catalyzed by the enzyme ACC synthase (ACS), which is encoded by a multi‐gene family in by: Plant polyamines: metabolism and function Polyamines and ethylene book Terence A.

Smith --Mechanism and regulation of ethylene biosynthesis / Shang F. Yang, Win-Kin Yip and Jian-Guo Dong --Biochemistry and molecular genetics of ethylene biosynthesis and signal transduction / Dominique Van Der Straeten and Marc Van Montagu --Recycling of 5ʹ-deoxy-5ʹ methylthioadenosine.

S‐adenosylmethionine (SAM) acts both as a precursor for the production of ethylene and as a substrate in the biosynthesis of polyamines.

The conversion of SAM to 1‐aminocyclopropane‐1‐carboxylic acid (ACC) is a key regulatory step in the biosynthesis of ethylene and is catalyzed by the enzyme ACC synthase (ACS), which is encoded by a multi‐gene family in by: Polyamines are assumed to be the components of the stress-induced signal transduction chain bound both to ethylene and the messenger molecule.

In animal cells, polyamines generate Ca 2+, release from reserve pools to cytosol, and are involved in signal transduction through the receptors conjugated with G-proteins. They can transport in the.

It is a dynamic and closely regulated developmental process which involves an array of changes at both physiological and biochemical levels including gene expression.

A large number of biotic and abiotic factors accelerate the process. Convincing evidence suggests the involvement of polyamines (PAs) and ethylene in this by: The ethylene levels influence the polyamine biosynthesis due to the conversion of the diamine putrescine to the triamine spermidine, and the quaternary amine spermine involves the decarboxylation of S-adenosylmethionine, which is the biosynthetic precursor to ethylene.

Polyamines are involved in several growth processes, including cell division. Polyamines in Plants Volume 18 of Advances in Agricultural Biotechnology, ISSN Volumes of Plant Growth Regulation Polyamines in Plants, Arthur William Galston, ISBNEditors: T.A.

Smith, Arthur W. Galston: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media, ISBN: X. Abstract. Ethylene is a gaseous plant hormone which influences many aspects of plant growth, development and senescence.

In addition, ethylene is produced by fungi and bacteria, and potentially influences host-pathogen and host-pest interactions (1,2).Cited by: 1. Accordingly, it is acknowledged that biosynthesis of both polyamines and ethylene share S-AdoMet as a common precursor (Pandey et al., ).

In fact, peach fruit treated with polyamines. In the ethylene dichloride route, the initial product of this reaction is ethylenediamine. In the presence of excess ethylene dichloride, the initial ethyleneamine is extended by one ethylene unit. The terminal alkyl chloride reacts with ammonia to give the amine, and the polyamine chain can.

Polyamines, organic compounds having two or more primary amino groups, are ubiquitous compounds thought to be synthesized by and required for all life. Polyamines are essential for multiple cell functions including cell proliferation and differentiation.

They play multiple roles in cell growth, survival and proliferation. Changes in polyamine levels have been associated with aging and diseases. Polyamines, Ethylene, and Physicochemical Changes in Low-Temperature-Stored Peach (Prunus persica L. Maycrest). Biosynthesis and regulation of polyamines in higher plants.- Cellular systems for the study of the biosynthesis of polyamines and ethylene, as well as of virus multiplication.- Occurrence of spermine in chromatin of Zea mays.- Purification of a non-histone protein with properties of antizyme to ornithine decarboxylase from germinated barley seeds B&N Book Club B&N Classics B&N Collectible Editions B&N Exclusives Books of the Month Boxed Sets Discover Pick of the Month Read Before You Stream Signed Books Trend Shop.

Blogs. B&N Podcast B&N Reads B&N Review B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog B&N Press Blog. Special Values. Buy 1, Price: $   Polyamines (PAs) participate in many plant growth and developmental processes, including fruit ripening. However, it is not clear whether PAs play a role in the ripening of strawberry (Fragaria ananassa), a model nonclimacteric plant.

Here, we found that the content of the PA spermine (Spm) increased more sharply after the onset of fruit coloration than did that of the PAs putrescine Cited by:   Ethylene, for all the simplicity of its structure (C 2 H 4), regulates many aspects of plant growth and development [].The phrase 'growth and development' may be one of the most commonly used scientific phrases (a Google search turns up over 17 million hits), but for our purposes it is worthwhile to disengage the terms 'growth' and 'development' from each by: Polyamine Metabolism in Climacteric and Non-Climacteric Fruit Ripening Chapter (PDF Available) in Methods in Molecular Biology January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The flux of radioactivity from 3,4-[14C]methionine into S -adenosyl-l-methionine (SAM), 1-aminocyclopropanecarboxylic acid (ACC), spermine, and spermidine while inhibiting conversion of ACC to ethylene by millimolar phosphate and 2 millimolar Co2+ was studied in aged peel discs of orange (Citrus sinensis L.

Osbeck) fruit. Inhibition up to 80% of ethylene production by phosphate and Cited by:. Polyamines and Plant Secondary Metabolites (Hector E. Flores and Josette Martin-Tanguy). Metabolic and Physiological Relationships Between the Polyamine and Ethylene Biosynthetic Pathways (Mosbah M.

Kushad and Erwin B. Dumbroff). Tissue and Subcellular Localization of Polyamines and Enzymes of Polyamine Metabolism (Robert D.

Slocum). Because polyamine concentrations are much higher than those of both ACC and ethylene, changes in polyamines are more likely to affect ACC and ethylene biosynthesis than vice versa. Schematic depiction of the “tug of war” between ethylene and polyamines has been given here.

The site of action of the two modulators has been depicted as a leaf.Biochemistry and Physiology of Polyamines in Plants provides a comprehensive introduction to commonly used methods in polyamine research and the problems unique to plant studies.

Topics discussed include polyamine metabolism in plants, the functions of polyamines in plant growth and development, and an examination of analytical methods for.