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dc.contributor.authorCao, Hong-Xing
dc.contributor.authorSun, Cheng-Xu
dc.contributor.authorShao, Hong-Bo
dc.contributor.authorLei, Xin-Tao
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dc.date.available2019-09-25T23:33:47Z
dc.date.created2018-09-15 00:14
dc.date.issued2011-04-04
dc.identifieroai:ir.yic.ac.cn:133337/4813
dc.identifierhttp://ir.yic.ac.cn/handle/133337/4814
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12424/594148
dc.description.abstractWater deficiency and low temperature are two important ecological factors which affect the distribution and cultivation of oil palm. To find out how oil palm adapts to the environmental conditions, the dynamics of a series of important physiological components derived from the leaves of potted oil palm seedlings under drought stress (DS) (water with holding) and low temperature stress (LTS) (10 degrees C) were studied. The results showed that low temperature and water stress inhibited the growth of oil palm seedlings. The relative conductivity, injury index, malondialdehyde (MDA) and proline content in the leaves increased to different degrees with the extension of low temperature and drought stress. Superoxide dismutase (SOD) and peroxidase (POD) activities increased and then decreased gradually with the duration of treatment time. The variations of the earlier mentioned parameters except proline content under low temperature stress were greater than that under drought stress. Thus, oil palm possibly showed different response mechanisms under low temperature and drought stress by mediations of these substances, in order to increase plant defense capability. These data provided the information that was utilized to initiate the breeding programme used to improve drought and cold tolerance in oil palm.
dc.description.abstractWater deficiency and low temperature are two important ecological factors which affect the distribution and cultivation of oil palm. To find out how oil palm adapts to the environmental conditions, the dynamics of a series of important physiological components derived from the leaves of potted oil palm seedlings under drought stress (DS) (water with holding) and low temperature stress (LTS) (10 degrees C) were studied. The results showed that low temperature and water stress inhibited the growth of oil palm seedlings. The relative conductivity, injury index, malondialdehyde (MDA) and proline content in the leaves increased to different degrees with the extension of low temperature and drought stress. Superoxide dismutase (SOD) and peroxidase (POD) activities increased and then decreased gradually with the duration of treatment time. The variations of the earlier mentioned parameters except proline content under low temperature stress were greater than that under drought stress. Thus, oil palm possibly showed different response mechanisms under low temperature and drought stress by mediations of these substances, in order to increase plant defense capability. These data provided the information that was utilized to initiate the breeding programme used to improve drought and cold tolerance in oil palm.
dc.language英语
dc.relation.ispartofAFRICAN JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
dc.relation.ispartofCao, Hong-Xing; Sun, Cheng-Xu; Shao, Hong-Bo; Lei, Xin-Tao.Effects of low temperature and drought on the physiological and growth changes in oil palm seedlings,AFRICAN JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY,2011,10(14):2630-2637
dc.subjectOil Palm
dc.subjectDrought Stress
dc.subjectLow Temperature Stress
dc.subjectPhysiological Characteristics
dc.subjectBiotechnology & Applied Microbiology
dc.subjectLEAF WATER RELATIONS
dc.subjectPROLINE ACCUMULATION
dc.subjectANTIOXIDANT ENZYMES
dc.subjectOXIDATIVE STRESS
dc.subjectGENE-EXPRESSION
dc.subjectABSCISIC-ACID
dc.subjectPLANT-GROWTH
dc.subjectWHEAT
dc.subjectTOLERANCE
dc.subjectMEMBRANE
dc.subjectBiotechnology & Applied Microbiology
dc.subjectoil palm
dc.subjectwater stress
dc.subjectoxidative stress
dc.subjectgene expression
dc.subjectabscisic acid
dc.subjectgrowth (plants)
dc.subjectplant physiology
dc.subjectwheat
dc.subjectfanaticism
dc.subjectelectrophysiology
dc.subjectafrican oil palm
dc.subjectelaeis guineensis
dc.subjectelaeis melanococca
dc.subjectpalm oil tree
dc.subject水分胁迫
dc.subjectdrought stress
dc.subjectgenes--expression
dc.subjectgene regulation
dc.subjectexpression, gene
dc.subjectdormin
dc.subjectaba (abscisic acid)
dc.subjectaba (plant hormone)
dc.subjectabscissic acid
dc.subjectplant growth
dc.subjectplants--growth
dc.subjectgrowth rate (plants)
dc.subjectbotany--physiology
dc.subjectplants--physiology
dc.subjectplant metabolism
dc.subjectphysiology, plant
dc.subjectphysiology (plants)
dc.subjectbreadstuffs
dc.subjectcultivated wheats
dc.subjectspring wheat
dc.subjecttriticum
dc.subjecttriticum aestivum
dc.subjecttriticum sativum
dc.subjecttriticum vulgare
dc.subjectwheats, cultivated
dc.subjectflour
dc.subjectwheat flour
dc.subjectwild wheats
dc.subjectwheats, wild
dc.subjectgrain
dc.subjectcereal grains
dc.subjectcereals
dc.subjectgrains
dc.subjectcereales
dc.subjectgetreide
dc.subjectgrains (plant life)
dc.subjectble
dc.subjectfroment
dc.subjectgrain crops
dc.subjectsmall grains
dc.subjectgrain (cereals)
dc.subjectgrain, cereals
dc.subjectcrithodium
dc.subjectdeina
dc.subjectfrumentum
dc.subjectgigachilon
dc.subjectnivieria
dc.subjectspelta
dc.subjectzeia
dc.subjectflour, wheat
dc.subjectintolerance
dc.subjectzealotry
dc.subjectfreedom of religion
dc.subjectfreedom of religion--law and legislation
dc.subjectfreedom of worship
dc.subjectliberty of religion
dc.subjectreligious freedom
dc.subjectreligious liberty
dc.subjectseparation of church and state
dc.subjectchurch and state
dc.subjectchristianity and state
dc.subjectstate and church
dc.subjectliberty of conscience
dc.subjecttoleration
dc.subjectbigotry
dc.subjecttolerance
dc.subjectlaser strengthening
dc.subject激光强化
dc.subjectanimal electricity
dc.subjectbioelectricity
dc.subjectelectricity, animal
dc.subjectelectrobiology
dc.subjectmembranes
dc.subjectbioelectric phenomena
dc.subjectbioelectrical phenomena
dc.subjectbiological effects of electric fields
dc.subjection channels (biomembrane)
dc.subjectbiological effects of fields
dc.subjectbiological effects of magnetic fields
dc.subjectbiological effects of gamma-rays
dc.subjectbiological effects of laser radiation
dc.subjectbiological effects of ultraviolet laser radiation
dc.subjectbiological effects of microwaves
dc.subjectbiological effects of neutrons
dc.subjectbiological effects of optical radiation
dc.subjectbiological effects of infrared radiation
dc.subjectbiological effects of radiation
dc.subjectbiophysical effects of radiation
dc.subjecthealth effects of radiation
dc.subjectmedical effects of radiation
dc.subjectradiation biology
dc.subjectradiation injuries
dc.subjectbiological effects of ultraviolet radiation
dc.subjecterythema
dc.subjectultraviolet radiation effects, biological
dc.subjectbiological effects of x-rays
dc.subjectbiomembrane transport
dc.subjecttransport, biomembrane
dc.subjectbiomolecular effects of radiation
dc.subjectcellular biophysics
dc.subjectblood platelets
dc.subjectchromosomes
dc.subjectcytology
dc.subjecterythrocytes
dc.subjectleucocytes
dc.subjectlymphocytes
dc.subjectcellular effects of radiation
dc.subjectgamma-ray effects
dc.subjectlaser beam effects
dc.subjectlaser damage
dc.subjectlaser effects
dc.subjectlaser induced breakdown
dc.subjectlaser induced damage
dc.subjectlaser hardening
dc.subjectlaser beam hardening
dc.subjectneutron effects
dc.subjectneutron beam effects
dc.subjectneutron transmutation doping
dc.subjectx-ray effects
dc.subjectmembrane
dc.subjectmembranes (francais)
dc.subjectneuron transmission
dc.subjectwebs (membranes)
dc.subjectlaser-induced breakdown
dc.titleEffects of low temperature and drought on the physiological and growth changes in oil palm seedlings
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