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Could indolic glucosinolates root profiling be correlated to Brassica napus L. cadmium stress tolerance?


  • Durenne, B. , Blondel, A. , Druart, P. & Fauconnier, ML. (2017). Could indolic glucosinolates root profiling be correlated to Brassica napus L. cadmium stress tolerance? Proceedings in: Glucosinolates2017, Berlin, 17-20 september,
Type Conference Proceedings
Year of conference 2017
Title Could indolic glucosinolates root profiling be correlated to Brassica napus L. cadmium stress tolerance?
Conference name Glucosinolates2017
Conference location Berlin
Label U1-1090-Durenne 2017
conference Date 17-20 september
Abstract Glucosinolates profiling among Brassicaceae and Brassica napus L. especially is largely studied regarding biotic stress. Nevertheless literature review could lead to suppose that theses secondary metabolites hugely produced within Brassicaceae family can interact in regards to cadmium stress as well. Sulfate primary metabolism plays an important role to Brassica napus L. cadmium stress tolerance and glucosinolates could serve as sulfate pool under such stress conditions. We describe here an in vitro experiment performed under sterile and controlled conditions showing the relationship between Brassica napus L. var. Es Astrid tolerance to a low concentration of cadmium and a decrease of a major indolic glucosinolates produced by the roots of this variety. Phenotyping results obtained from these cadmium stress conditions confirm also that Brassica napus L. remains a highly cadmium tolerant species probably due to glucosinolates root metabolism particularly.
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Lien https://orbi.uliege.be/handle/2268/214487
Authors Durenne, B. , Blondel, A. , Druart, P. & Fauconnier, ML.