<< 5 0 obj >> Growth, photosynthetic parameters, zinc and ion concentration, and in situ and biochemical determination of oxidative stress in wheat leaves and/or in roots were considered. Zinc in Soils and Plants Proceedings of the International Symposium on ‘Zinc in Soils and Plants’ held at The University of Western Australia, 27–28 September, 1993 [unreliable medical source?] Associates, Sunderland, ISBN 0-87893-321-2, Functioning of antioxidant enzymes in, Kabata-Pendias, A. and H. Pendias. Under drought stress, Zn application improves seed germination, plant water relations, cell membrane stability, osmolyte accumulation, stomatal regulation, water use efficiency and photosynthesis, thus resulting in significantly better plant performance. Protective effect of Tagetes erecta against lead acetate induced oxidative stress in male albino rat... Sulfur Dioxide Inhibition of Translocation in Bean Plants. >> /Type /Page (2010) who reported that higher levels of fertilizers significantly reduced ADF and neutral detergent fiber contents. Calculations indicated that the experimentally determined translocation rates from SO(2)-stressed leaves were lower than were the rates expected on the. Zinc (Zn) is often the heavy metal involved. Trace. /Parent 2 0 R Chl content in the leaves (Clijsters and Van Assche, the re-oxidation properties (Ciscato et al., 1999), inhibition of PSII activity. /Rotate 0 Plants were exposed to four ZnO materials: micron-size ZnO, nanoparticles (NPs) of <100 nm or <50 nm, and nanowires of 50 nm … In spite of the higher stress conditions often recorded in treated leaves, neither pigment concentration nor photochemical efficiency were decreased. Download full-text PDF Download full ... Zn uptake and translocation and its functions in plants are described, being its toxic effect ... elemental sulfur and toxic effect of zinc. (GSH, Vit-E and Vit-C) activities. /Subject Zinc toxicity is a medical condition involving an overdose on, or toxic overexposure to, zinc.Such toxicity levels have been seen to occur at ingestion of greater than 50 mg of zinc. In addition to the direct toxicity, excess of copper may also cause antagonistic interactions with other nutrients. /Parent 2 0 R Zinc toxicity is hard to detect because the most common symptom is darker than normal leaves. << Data were analyzed using multivariate analysis showing a primary separation in two groups: eight sites with high contents of one or more of the analized heavy metals and the second group with lower levels of heavy metals. Exposure to elevated levels of zinc and zinc-containing compounds can result in a variety of adverse effects in the gastrointestinal, hematological, and respiratory systems along with alterations in the cardiovascular and neurological systems of humans. Cadmium(II). Moreover, Zn interacts with plant hormones, increases the expression of stress proteins and stimulates the antioxidant enzymes for counteracting drought effects. Zinc toxicity in crop plants is usually limited to soil contaminated by mining and smelting activities, polluted with industrial wastewater or treated excessively with high‐Zn sewage sludge. << Proteus mirabilis alleviates zinc toxicity by preventing oxidative stress in maize (Zea mays) plants This paper covers the widest range of trace elements assessed in protected terrestrial wildlife reserves in the South African savannah biome to date and highlights the potential for deleterious consequences of trace element contamination of the environment. Therefore, the study was conducted during summer 2018 at Agronomic Research Farm, College of Agriculture, University of Sargodha Pakistan to evaluate the impact of calcium (Ca), zinc (Zn) and iron (Fe) bio-fortification on yield and quality of forage sorghum under field conditions. 16 0 obj 2006), and PPO (Hansch and Mendel 2009) as it increases the rate of reaction catalysis. Plant Physiol. Differential tolerance of plant genotypes exposed to zinc toxicity is a promising approach to enrich our understanding of zinc tolerance in plants. /Type /Page Zinc (Zn) and silicon (Si) have singularly demonstrated the potential to ameliorate Cd toxicity and are important for agricultural production, human health, and environment in general. 2.2.2 Effect of zinc on plants The function of zinc is to help a plant to produce chlorophyll. Institute of Plant Physiology and Genetics, Bulgarian Academy, Departamento de Ciências e Tecnologia da Biomassa, Faculda, : Photosynthesis, Pollution, Stress, Thre, . Therefore, optimization of micronutrient amendments could be a useful complement to other tactics for managing insecticide-resistant A. gossypii on cucumbers, and warrants exploration in other contexts. lettuce, and rye grass and of Ni and Zn in, Santos and R. M. Chaloub 2004. Experiment was laid out in randomized complete block design (RCBD) with 4 replications, the treatments were comprised as Control (no spray), T1: Ca at 3%, T2: Zn at 2%, T3: Fe at 1%, T4: Ca at 3% + Zn at 2%, T5: Ca at 3% +Fe at 1%, T6: Zn at 2% + Fe at 1% and T7: Ca at 3% + Zn at 2% + Fe at 1%. Thus,this suggests the possibility of T.erecta usefulness in limiting toxicant induced by environmental heavy metals. Zinc toxicity may be revealed by chemical analysis of the leaf tissue. The main reason of this micronutrient deficiency is dietary intakes of food with low Zn levels. Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research. All of the edaphic and foliar doses increased the grain zinc content, and the highest value was found with the 0.125 g edaphic-50.0 mM foliar dose. Whether zinc nanoparticles (NPs) are phytotoxic or beneficial to plants remains controversial because of limited research. Zinc (Zn) is an essential micronutrient for plants and animals. << the zinc tolerance of the fungus itself and the degree of amelioratioti of zinc toxicity to the host plant. /CreationDate (D:20201231091100-00'00') Zinc (Zn) is one of the essential plant micronutrients and is involved in several physiological functions in plants. /CropBox [0.0 0.0 629.0 799.0] duckweed plants are more protected against, growth and pigment content and phytomass of. Zn uptake arises, (Thoresby and Thornton, 1979; Kabata-Pendias and, translocated through both xylem and phloem tissues. /Filter /FlateDecode ZINC TOXICITY IN MAN AND EXPERIMENTAL SPECIES @inproceedings{JUMFICATIONZINCTI, title={ZINC TOXICITY IN MAN AND … The inadequate dietary intake of this micronutrient constitutes a public health problem [8], which affects 17.3% of the world population, making it the fifth leading health risk factor in developing countries and the eleventh worldwide [9]. von Wettstein, D., S. Gough and C. G. Kannangara. accumulation of Na at toxic levels in plants. The results showed a significantly high H-CW efficiency for the removal of allmetals (70–98%) already at the horizontalflow unit outflow, confirming its strategic role. 11 0 obj (1999) found that a sufficient Zn supply could reduce Na accumulation and contributed to salt tolerance in tomato plants. Also zinc toxicity was higher in 4.5 pH than 7.5 pH. /DR 20 0 R /Rotate 0 endobj Biol. endobj Photosynth. /MediaBox [0.0 0.0 629.0 799.0] Zinc toxicity and problems with regard to tolerance and ecological significance are briefly discussed. Davis, G. Hucker, and P. L’Hermite (eds.). [unreliable medical source?] << High Zn greatly reduced the root and shoot fresh weights; increasing Fe largely, but not completely, restored normal growth. When zinc availability is adequate, it is easily translocated from older to younger leaves, while when zinc is deficient, movement of zinc from older leaves to younger ones is delayed. Tomato (cultivar PKM -1) plants were raised in pots containing the soil amended with various levels of zinc (control, 50, 100, 150, 200 and 250 mg kg soil). sativus) plants. High soil zinc (Zn) concentrations can cause Zn toxicity in peanuts (Arachis hypogaea L.), which decreases productivity and can be fatal to the plants. 1 0 obj This zinc trial shows the plot on the left with zinc compared to no zinc on the right. /Subtype /XML Total heavy metal content in soils (cadmium, chromium, copper, nickel, lead and zinc) was evaluated using Sequential Plasma Emission Spectrometer (ICP-ES). This paper. New Biol. /Contents 39 0 R /Contents 33 0 R Resistant cotton aphids fed on micronutritient-amended plants showed significantly reduced fecundity, longevity, and reproductive periods, and a 1.7-fold reduction in pirimicarb LC50 compared with those fed on control plants. endobj polymerases (Kessler, 1961; Srivastrava and Gupta, photosynthetic apparatus, proteolytic activities such, photo-damaged D1 protein, are dependent of Zn, driven by Zn as this metal integrates the structure of. /CropBox [0.0 0.0 629.0 799.0] Following this background, Zn uptake and translocation and its functions in plants are described, being its toxic effect on growth, photosynthetic activity and oxidative stress discussed. 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Zinc Toxicity in Soil If Zn accumulates to high enough concentrations in soil, it may cause toxicity to plants or to soil microorganisms (Chaney 1993). /Resources 32 0 R accumulation in C. indica roots was lower than 125 ppm and the DW of 0.2 mg/g limits reported for unpolluted soils and potential phytotoxicity in leaf tissue, Detailed analysis of the early-acclimation changes in the photosynthetic apparatus of bean plants during short-term exposure to elevated CO2 concentration under high temperature and light intensity, Application of computational fluid dynamics in the optimization of traditional cheeses ripening conditions, 1. /CropBox [0.0 0.0 629.0 799.0] The margins of the leaf, the midrib area, and the leaf tip usually remain green. Free PDF. << Docekalova and R. Kizek. This delayed response of translocation to removal of SO(2) does not appear to be due to an injury effect of SO(2), inasmuch as a similar effect was obtained by exposing the source leaf to a short (2-hour) interval of dark. 231:81-83. Plant Physiol. Comparing the results with our work on the effect of Zn in gills, we conclude that when working in sublethal conditions (15 ppm) Zn toxicity would be bound to organs injury. The most reliable soft tissue decomposition indicator was an increased Zn content in the grave infill. Zinc deficiency in plants affect photosynthesis due to altered chloroplast pigments (Kosesakal and Unal, 2009). /Resources 36 0 R Plant Mol. /CropBox [0.0 0.0 629.0 799.0] Zinc toxicity and Zn-Fe interactions were studied in corn ( Zea mays L. var. A. N. Chardonnens, H. Schat, J. Therefore, excess of copper may result in deficiency of nutrients such as molybdenum, iron, manganese and zinc. The total phenols increased with 12.5 g of edaphic zinc, while phenols, flavonoids, and the antioxidant capacity increased with 50.0 mM foliar zinc. We investigated the effect of micronutrients, including manganese, iron, zinc, and copper, on cucumber plant physiology, and on the biology and physiology of a strain of Aphis gossypii Glover selected over 12 generations to be resistant to pirimicarb. >> Acrobat Distiller 5.0 (Windows) Toxicity occurs when a nutrient is in excess of plant needs and decreases plant growth or quality. /Resources 42 0 R Effect of zinc on plant growth and metabolism 5 3. © 2008-2021 ResearchGate GmbH. Albacete, M. Ribas-Carbó , J. Flexas, J. Abadí, and F. Morales. Zinc (Zn), one of the heavy metals, is an essential element for plants, animals, and humans, but it is toxic at high levels. the cell wall. /Type /Page /Length 1487 >> Copper toxicity in plants depends mainly on plant specie and soil conditions. A3101.fm A. C. Verkleij. Zinc Toxicity in Soil If Zn accumulates to high enough concentrations in soil, it may cause toxicity to plants or to soil microorganisms (Chaney 1993). 4 0 obj It is inferred that, under SO(2) stress, the phloem-loading system becomes a major limiting step in controlling the translocation rate.Following removal of SO(2), photosynthesis recovered quite rapidly (to about 60% of its preexposure rate within 2 hours), but the translocation rate failed to increase during this time interval. endobj Zn is an important component of different enzyme catalyzing many metabolic reaction in plants .Zinc also plays a significant role in plant resistance against disease, photosynthesis, cell membrane integrity, protein synthesis, pollen formation and enhance the level of antioxidant enzymes and chlorophyll within plant tissues. the application of zinc oxide (ZnO) NPs in agricultural sciences [15,16]. Diagnostic soil and plant tissue tests. Zinc toxicity is most common when plants are grown in acidic soil and when there is excess magnesium in the soil. This was characterised by metals (Cd, Cr, Fe, Pb, Cu, Zn) and relativeconcentrations typically found in urban stormwater runoff (SR). Zinc belongs to the mineral elements, the so-called micronutrients, which are essential for all types of plants. 20:61–70. /Keywords All content in this area was uploaded by T. Tsonev on Jan 08, 2015, All content in this area was uploaded by T. Tsonev on Jan 07, 2015, Emir. endobj (1977)59, 1085-1087 Zinc, Iron, and Chlorophyll Metabolismin Zinc-toxic Corn' Receivedfor publication September 14, 1976 andin revised form February 25, 1977 JUDrTH A. ROSEN,2 CARL S. PIKE,3 AND MARc L. GOLDEN4 DepartmentofBiology, Franklin andMarshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17604 ABSTRACT The Effect of Zinc on Alleviation of Boron Toxicity in Tomato Plants (Lycopersicon esculentum L.) boron toxicity was more severe and appeared first in Zn deficient barley plants compared with those supplied with adequate Zn as reported by Singh et al., (11) Zn deficiency may enhance B … Key words: Zinc, pH, Antioxidant enzymes, MDA, H2O2, EC, NPT Soil pollution by toxic metals is a serious problem for the environment and is also one of the environmental stresses for higher plants. PDF. Zn may alleviate Cd toxicity in plants owing to the chemical similarity of Zn with Cd. Foy CD, Chancy RL and White MC (1978) The physiology and bioaccumulation of cadmium in experimental cultures of metal toxicity in plants. Environ. Incidence of zinc (Zn) toxicity is rare and has not been reported in sweetpotato crops.Cases in other crops have been reported on acid soils high in zinc, or on soilsoverfertilised with zinc fertiliser. The objective of this work is to present a study of heavy metals occurrence in 33 urban and periurban soils dedicated to horticulture in Buenos Aires (Argentina). Even at low concentrations Cd is extremely toxic to plants (Clemens and Ma, 2016), but at concentrations 3× above WHO (1996) limits in combination with elevated Zn levels, can result in oxidative stress. /ProcSet [/PDF /Text /ImageC /ImageB /ImageI] /Parent 2 0 R Abstract – Zinc toxicity and problems with regard to tolerance and ec ological significance ar e briefly discussed. As a micronutrient, it is required in approximately 10% of human proteins for maintaining their catalytic activity [10], and acts by preventing lipid peroxidation [11], and in plants, it acts as a cofactor of approximately 300 enzymes, besides taking part in metabolism, fertility, seed production, chlorophyll formation, and defense against diseases, ... Copper is another important cofactor of antioxidant enzymes such as APX (Burkhead et al. The high contents of P and Ca in bones and soils close to bones were a source of these elements for plants, indicated by a high density of fine roots. endobj /Rotate 0 J. 13034, E-50080 Zaragoza, Spain. 2003-02-17T15:24:53+01:00 Mean daily intake of zinc … >> Liver and spleen accumulate Zn after 14 days of treatment; liver, spleen and pancreas, after 25 days.3. Owing to continuous development of knowledge at a biophysics, biochemistry, molecular biology and geneticslevels, essential progresses to understand the mechanisms underlying the threshold of Zn toxicity has beenachieved. Maximum values of Cd, Pb, Zn and Cu in horticultural soils resulted problematic with reference to public health. /Contents [22 0 R 23 0 R 24 0 R 25 0 R 26 0 R 27 0 R 28 0 R 29 0 R] Norvell and Welch (1993) showed that low Zn supply enhanced Na accumulation in barley plants. >> However, maximum NDF and ADF contents were obtained from control treatment. /Kids [3 0 R 7 0 R 8 0 R 9 0 R 10 0 R 11 0 R 12 0 R 13 0 R 14 0 R 15 0 R] Unfortunately, deficiency of Zn in humans has increased on a global scale. tolerance of birch in metal-supplemented soils. induce zinc deficiency in some cases. of zinc deficiency; toxic and sublethal effects on terrestrial plants and invertebrates, aquatic organisms, birds, and mammals; and recommendations for the protection of sensitive resources. << In this study, we investigated the effect of various concentrations of zinc oxide (ZnO) NPs (0, 1, 5, 20, 100, and 1000 mg kg−1 of soil) on lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.) and carrot (Daucus carota subsp. Stomatal and mesophyll. The micronutrient treatment increased the activity of superoxide dismutase, ascorbate peroxidase, guaiacol peroxidase, polyphenol oxidase, and phenylalanine ammonia-lyase in cucumber plants, and also increased levels of total phenolics, hydrogen peroxide, salicylic acid, and total chlorophyl, whereas malondialdehyde levels were unaffected. endobj /MediaBox [0.0 0.0 629.0 799.0] 2012. /Type /Metadata /Rotate 0 17 0 obj The mobility of zinc in plants varies, depending on its availability in the soil or growing media. (2004) provided evidence that HMA2. /Parent 2 0 R Following the heterogeneous threshold of, constituent of CA (Sharma et al., 1995). Drought stress affects plant growth and development by altering physiological and biochemical processes resulting in reduced crop productivity. Increased C contents compared with arable and subsoil layers were recorded only close to bones. basis of the observed reductions in photosynthesis. Zinc deficiency is a significant nutritional problem Food Agric. pp. Although the presence of all elements can be linked to underlying geology and geochemistry specific to each site, evidence of anthropogenic cause was also evident at both sites. /Version /1.5 2003-02-10T07:13:42Z Barbecue hybrid) grown in hydroponic culture. /MediaBox [0.0 0.0 629.0 799.0] However, foliar fertigation with AsA +0.03% Zn enhanced vegetative growth, photosynthetic pigments, synchronized ion uptake, the synthesis of enzymatic and non-enzymatic antioxidants, and the harvest index. Accumulation of arsenic (As) in soils is increasing consistently day-by-day, which has resulted in increased toxicity of this element in various crop plants. Our aim is to provide a complete, updated picture in order to orientate future research directions on this topic. /Contents 31 0 R Similarly, Alpaslan et al. /ModDate (D:20030217152453+01'00') zinc deficiency. /Type /Page Zinc (Zn) and silicon (Si) have singularly demonstrated the potential to ameliorate Cd toxicity and are important for agricultural production, human health, and environment in general. On the basis of our results, it is concluded that combined application of Ca at 3%, Zn at 2% & Fe at 1% improved not only the yield but also the quality of forage sorghum. >> /Type /Page The results showed that the administration of Tagetes erecta efficiently protected albino rats against the lead caused injury, as revealed by some improvement in the enzymatic antioxidant (SOD, CAT and GPx), nonenzymatic antioxidant, Exposure of the source leaf of bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L. cv. heavy metal stress. Key words: Ericaceous mycorrhizas, zinc toxicity, slime, metal tolerance. /Rotate 0 ZnO-NPs can transform the agricultural and food industry with the help of several innovative tools in reversing oxidative stress symptoms induced by abiotic stresses. 103:91-. donor side of photosystem II. 2010. This phenomenon was first observed in soils contaminated with runoff from galvanized structures (Millikan 1947) and … To better appraise the potential benefits arising from optimum Zn nutrition, in the present review we discuss the role of Zn in plants under drought stress. The 0.250 g edaphic-12.5 mM foliar dose produced grains of a greater weight and size. The free zinc ion in solution is highly toxic to bacteria, plants, invertebrates, and even vertebrate fish. /AcroForm 4 0 R The pilot H-CW exhibits characteristics suitable for the treat-ment of metal-enriched stormwater runoff and validates the useful application of decentralised natural systemsfor water resource management. Soils in urban and suburban areas are transformed by human activities, they are characterized by a strong spatial heterogeneity resulting from the various inputs of exogenous materials and the mixing of original soil material, and they often hold pollutants that may be a threat to human health. Owing to continuous development of knowledge at a biophysics, biochemistry, molecular biology and genetics levels, essential progresses to understand the mechanisms underlying the threshold of Zn toxicity has been achieved. Copper and zinc are immobile in the soil, so must be in the pathway of as many crop roots as possible to be accessed by the plant. 2003-02-10T07:13:42Z The growth of soybean ( Glycine max [L.] Merr.) 13:1-37. fluorescence and antioxidant enzyme activities, Brown, P. H., I. Cakmak and Q. Zhang. /MediaBox [0.0 0.0 595.28 841.89] Baltic Sea. The edaphic and foliar application of zinc sulphate increased the grain weight and size, zinc content, total phenols, and antioxidant capacity. In this, efficiency (Di Baccio et al., 2003), differentially, chloroplasts seems to determine the reduction of the. /Fields [] Plant Physiol. 140:209-224. photosynthetic characteristics of field grown. Therefore, edaphic and foliar zinc biofortification enriches this nutrient in cowpea grains, and could reduce micronutrient malnutrition in the urban and rural communities of Mexico. PDF. In an attempt to alleviate salt-induced damage, the application of ZnO nanoparticles has been suggested. 6 0 obj The objective of this work was to determine the effect of the edaphic and foliar application of zinc sulphate on the nutrient content, bioactive compounds, and antioxidant capacity of cowpea beans (Vigna unguiculata L. Walpers). Nanotechnology helps to better production in agriculture by promoting the efficiency of inputs and reducing relevant losses. The application of Zn repairs the PS-II processes and integrates the Rubisco structure, improving photosynthesis under drought stress, ... Zinc is a micronutrient necessary for the optimal growth and development of plants. Within this oxidative, mechanism for zinc-promoted oxidative stress in, the environmental conditions and on the availability, in several species, to improve the fortification of Zn. 2002. pp, Effects of cadmium on photosynthesis of "Secale cereale" a fluorescence analysis, Formation of the copper-chlorophyll complexes in cells of phytoplankton from the Baltic Sea, Responses of higher plants to heavy metal stress, Ion channels of excitable membranes Sunderland, Public health and heavy metals in urban and periurban horticulture, The form and distribution of metals in plants: an overview, К-603 leading Prof. Tzonko Tzonev (finished 2001) at Bulgarian National Science Fund. PScript5.dll Version 5.2 >> How long decomposed buried human bodies affect soil elemental composition is so far not well-known. Zinc (Zn) is one of the essential plant micronutrients and is involved in several physiological functions in plants. 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