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- Winnicki, Konrad; Ciereszko, Iwona; Leśniewska, Joanna; Dubis, Alina T.; Basa, Anna; Żabka, Aneta; Hołota, Marcin; Sobiech, Łukasz; Faligowska, Agnieszka; Skrzypczak, Grzegorz; Maszewski, Janusz; Polit, Justyna T.
- Planta 2019 v.249 no.6 pp. 1731-1746
- polyploidy, etc ; DNA; Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy; Lupinus angustifolius; crop yield; electrophoresis; epicuticular wax; germination; hydrogen peroxide; irrigation; metabolism; nitrogen content; nutritive value; protein composition; root meristems; seed characteristics; seedlings; seeds; spectral analysis; storage proteins; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... MAIN CONCLUSION: While plant irrigation usually increases yield, irrigation also affects seed characteristics with respect to endoreplication level, chemical composition, number of carbonyl bands, and cuticular wax profiles. Seeds of sweet varieties of the narrow-leaved lupin have good nutritional properties; however, these plants are sensitive to water deficit. Irrigation improves lupin yield, bu ...
- Niazian, Mohsen
- Planta 2019 v.249 no.4 pp. 953-973
- polyploidy, etc ; biochemical pathways; biotechnology; breeding methods; gene editing; genes; genetic variation; high-throughput nucleotide sequencing; humans; industry; medicinal plants; micropropagation; nucleases; plant tissues; proteins; secondary metabolites; synthetic biology; therapeutics; tissue culture; transcription (genetics); transcriptomics; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... MAIN CONCLUSION: Plant tissue culture has been used for conservation, micropropagation, and in planta overproduction of some pharma molecules of medicinal plants. New biotechnology-based breeding methods such as targeted genome editing methods are able to create custom-designed medicinal plants with different secondary metabolite profiles. For a long time, humans have used medicinal plants for the ...