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Proteomics of calcium-signaling components in plants ...

2004-6-1  Abstract. Calcium functions as a versatile messenger in mediating responses to hormones, biotic/abiotic stress signals and a variety of developmental cues in plants. The Ca 2+ -signaling circuit consists of three major “nodes” – generation of a Ca 2+ -signature in response to a signal, recognition of the signature by Ca 2+ sensors and ...

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Calcium in plant defence‐signalling pathways - Lecourieux ...

In plant cells, the calcium ion is a ubiquitous intracellular second messenger involved in numerous signalling pathways. Variations in the cytosolic concentration of Ca 2+ ([Ca 2+] cyt) couple a large array of signals and responses.Here we concentrate on calcium signalling in plant defence responses, particularly on the generation of the calcium signal and downstream calcium-dependent events ...

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Purification and characterization of a novel calcium ...

1990-3-1  Calcium and Signal Transduction in Plants. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 1993, 12 (3) , 185-211. DOI: 10.1080/07352689309701901. Stanley J. Roux. CALCIUM-REGULATED NUCLEAR ENZYMES: POTENTIAL MEDIATORS OF PHYTOCHROME-INDUCED CHANGES IN NUCLEAR METABOLISM?.

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Manual of Practical Pharmacognosy Phytochemistry Lab.

2021-3-1  Calcium oxalate are found in plants as a result of interaction of oxalic acid (a metabolic product) with calcium salt; e.g. Ca-sulphate and the consequent precipitation upon super saturation of the cell sap with this salt. Different types of calcium oxalate crystals with various shapes can be used as a diagnostic element for plant identification.

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The proportion of calcium-bound pectin in plant cell walls ...

The amount of pectin held in cell walls by ionic bonds only was determined by extraction with cyclohexanediamine tetraacetic acid (CDTA) at room temperature, to remove calcium ions without degrading the galacturonan chains. Enzymic degradation was avoided by extracting the cell walls with phenol-acetic acid-water during preparation. From cell walls of celery petioles, cress hypocotyls and ...

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Phytochemistry and Antimicrobial Activity of Parthenium ...

Phytochemistry and Antimicrobial Activity of Parthenium ... dangerous plant is known for its negative impact on biodiversity, agriculture and human being. ... calcium, magnesium, sodium, iron ...

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Alternative complex formation of the Ca2+‐regulated ...

2006-11-21  Calcium release serves as a signal that can be detected by the calcium sensors CBL1, CBL4(SOS3) and CBL9. CBL1 functions as an integrator of the plant's perception and responses to salt, drought and osmotic signals, while the calcium sensor CBL4/SOS3) specifically mediates

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Periplasmic arabinogalactan glycoproteins act as a calcium ...

2012-10-29  A calcium oscillator triggers rapid growth responses Plant growth oscillates (Darwin, 1880 ). Such oscillations, particularly apparent in pollen tubes (Holdaway-Clarke Hepler, 2003 ) and root hairs (Monshausen et al ., 2007 ), are also accompanied by Ca 2+ influx, which appears as tip-focused (inverse cone) cytosolic Ca 2+ waves with a ...

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Centella asiatica: phytochemistry and mechanisms of ...

2017-9-20  This review describes in detail the phytochemistry and neurological effects of the medicinal herb Centella asiatica (L.) Urban.C. asiatica is a small perennial plant that grows in moist, tropical and sub-tropical regions throughout the world. Phytochemicals identified from C. asiatica to date include isoprenoids (sesquiterpenes, plant sterols, pentacyclic triterpenoids and saponins) and ...

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Phytochemistry of the genus Skimmia (Rutaceae) -

2015-7-1  The genus Skimmia Thunb. is a small genus of alkaloid containing evergreen shrubs of the Rutaceae family (order Sapindales) distributed from the Himalayas, China, and Japan to the Philippines. Skimmia japonica Thunb. is widely cultivated as an ornamental plant and many cultivars of this species exist ( Mabberley, 2008 ).

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Manual of Practical Pharmacognosy Phytochemistry Lab.

2021-3-1  Calcium oxalate are found in plants as a result of interaction of oxalic acid (a metabolic product) with calcium salt; e.g. Ca-sulphate and the consequent precipitation upon super saturation of the cell sap with this salt. Different types of calcium oxalate crystals with various shapes can be used as a diagnostic element for plant identification.

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Purification and characterization of a novel calcium ...

1990-3-1  Calcium and Signal Transduction in Plants. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 1993, 12 (3) , 185-211. DOI: 10.1080/07352689309701901. Stanley J. Roux. CALCIUM-REGULATED NUCLEAR ENZYMES: POTENTIAL MEDIATORS OF PHYTOCHROME-INDUCED CHANGES IN NUCLEAR METABOLISM?.

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CSIRO PUBLISHING Functional Plant Biology

Calcium (Ca2+) plays pivotal roles in modulating plant growth, development and stress responses. This work was conducted to study the effects of 20 mM calcium on the biomass, malondialdehyde content, chlorophyll content, ion ratio, chlorophyll a fluorescence and gas-exchange parameters, gene expression of annual honeysuckle under 50, 100 and 200 mM NaCl. At the end of treatment, Na+ ...

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A review of plant characteristics, phytochemistry and ...

2021-5-10  Results. The phytochemistry of several Glechoma plants has been systematically studied, and over one hundred different compounds have been isolated and identified. Terpenoids, flavonoids and polyphenols are the major secondary metabolites. Crude extracts and isolated compounds have been shown to exhibit various pharmacological activities including prevention of nephrolithiasis, anti ...

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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

2015-9-18  Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry ... Centre for Plant breading and Genetics, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore, India. ... 4. D - helps the body to absorb calcium As you can see by the vitamins present, bananas aid in keeping the body healthy in

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Calcium Sensors and Their Interacting Protein Kinases ...

Binding of calcium ions to these proteins changes their affinity for and results in a subsequent activation or deactivation of their target proteins (Luan et al., 2002). Recently, the group of plant calcium sensor proteins has been extended by the identification of calcineurin B-like (CBL) proteins from Arabidopsis.

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Periplasmic arabinogalactan glycoproteins act as a calcium ...

2012-10-29  A calcium oscillator triggers rapid growth responses Plant growth oscillates (Darwin, 1880 ). Such oscillations, particularly apparent in pollen tubes (Holdaway-Clarke Hepler, 2003 ) and root hairs (Monshausen et al ., 2007 ), are also accompanied by Ca 2+ influx, which appears as tip-focused (inverse cone) cytosolic Ca 2+ waves with a ...

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Phytochemistry of the genus Skimmia (Rutaceae) -

2015-7-1  The genus Skimmia Thunb. is a small genus of alkaloid containing evergreen shrubs of the Rutaceae family (order Sapindales) distributed from the Himalayas, China, and Japan to the Philippines. Skimmia japonica Thunb. is widely cultivated as an ornamental plant and many cultivars of this species exist ( Mabberley, 2008 ).

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The phytochemistry, pharmacology and traditional medicinal ...

Glechomae Herba is a Chinese herb, which has been used in China for thousands of years, mainly for the treatment of nephrolithiasis. This paper summarizes the modern research progress on Glechomae Herba from the aspects of botany, traditional medicinal use, phytochemistry, pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, analytical 2021 Reviews in RSC Advances 2021 RSC Advances HOT Article Collection

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Effect of calcium restriction on cardenolide accumulation ...

The effect of calcium-deprivation on growth and the production of cardenolides in two undifferentiated cell lines of Digitalis thapsi maintained under three different light regimes (16 h photoperiod, darkness, or continuous light) was investigated. Growth was stimulated by continuous light in both cell lines cultured in complete medium. The light regime did not affect cardenolide accumulation ...

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CSIRO PUBLISHING Functional Plant Biology

Calcium (Ca2+) plays pivotal roles in modulating plant growth, development and stress responses. This work was conducted to study the effects of 20 mM calcium on the biomass, malondialdehyde content, chlorophyll content, ion ratio, chlorophyll a fluorescence and gas-exchange parameters, gene expression of annual honeysuckle under 50, 100 and 200 mM NaCl. At the end of treatment, Na+ ...

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Periplasmic arabinogalactan glycoproteins act as a calcium ...

2012-10-29  A calcium oscillator triggers rapid growth responses Plant growth oscillates (Darwin, 1880 ). Such oscillations, particularly apparent in pollen tubes (Holdaway-Clarke Hepler, 2003 ) and root hairs (Monshausen et al ., 2007 ), are also accompanied by Ca 2+ influx, which appears as tip-focused (inverse cone) cytosolic Ca 2+ waves with a ...

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Calcium Sensors and Their Interacting Protein Kinases ...

Binding of calcium ions to these proteins changes their affinity for and results in a subsequent activation or deactivation of their target proteins (Luan et al., 2002). Recently, the group of plant calcium sensor proteins has been extended by the identification of calcineurin B-like (CBL) proteins from Arabidopsis.

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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

2015-9-18  Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry ... Centre for Plant breading and Genetics, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore, India. ... 4. D - helps the body to absorb calcium As you can see by the vitamins present, bananas aid in keeping the body healthy in

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A review of the taxonomy, ethnobotany, phytochemistry

2014-7-8  PHYTOCHEMISTRY Nutritional and Anti Nutritional Composition is good source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B9 (folic acid), calcium, magnesium, iron and several vital anti oxidants in the plant. (Duke and Ayenshu, 1985; Palada and Crossman, 1999); also has proteins, fats, carbohydrates, fiber, ash,

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Phytochemistry, nutrition component, vitamin, minerals and ...

Title : Phytochemistry, nutrition component, vitamin, minerals and antioxidant activity of three species Hydrocotyle sp. growth in Vietnam Abstract : Centella is a bioactive-rich medicine plant in Viet Nam and essential for a healthy life.

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Effect of calcium restriction on cardenolide accumulation ...

The effect of calcium-deprivation on growth and the production of cardenolides in two undifferentiated cell lines of Digitalis thapsi maintained under three different light regimes (16 h photoperiod, darkness, or continuous light) was investigated. Growth was stimulated by continuous light in both cell lines cultured in complete medium. The light regime did not affect cardenolide accumulation ...

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Phytochemical and Biological Activities of Four Wild ...

2014-10-13  The fruits of four wild plants, namely, Capparis decidua, Ficus carica, Syzygium cumini , and Ziziphus jujuba , are separately used as traditional dietary and remedial agents in remote areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The results of our study on these four plants revealed that the examined fruits were a valuable source of nutraceuticals and exhibited good level of antimicrobial activity.

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Orthosiphon stamineus: Traditional Uses, Phytochemistry ...

2012-7-30  Orthosiphon stamineus Benth. (Lambiaceae) is an important plant in traditional folk medicine. This review is a comprehensive summary of the currently available chemical, pharmacological, and toxicological investigations as well as the traditional and therapeutic uses of this plant.

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Arnica montana L. – a plant of healing: review Journal ...

The phytochemistry of different parts of plant is discussed below. Whole plant ( Arnicae planta tota) Various analytical methods such as gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD), spectrophotometric, reverse-phase liquid chromatography (RPLC) and proton nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1HNMR) have been used for analysing ...

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