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Nutrition of macrominerals and trace elements.
Seeds had the highest content starting at stage II Ferritin in bean leaves with constant and changing iron status. No relationship was observed between the expression of the ferritin gene and iron content. In our study we did not observe this since in the common bean, the ferritin gene expressed at similar levels in all frijo, organs and at all growth stages. An experimental analysis was conducted azufrzdo determine iron content, ferritin gene activity and ferritin protein content, in different plant organs and growth stages of four common bean cultivars.
Cahita 100, cultivar de frijol Azufrado resistente a chahuixtle 
Ferritin synthesis in animal cells is regulated at transductional level in the presence of iron Theil et al. High vit1 levels in seeds correspond to vacuole formation during embryo development. Structure, function, and evolution of ferritins. The other plant organs showed a modest increase in protein content across plant growth stages Table 2.
Relative expression of ferritin gene. Differences in iron content among plant organs are due to the fact that much of the iron in leaves, for example, is associated with the ferrodoxins required for photosynthesis as part of the reverse tricarboxylic acid cycle Fromme et al. Soil testing and plant analysis.
Frijol (chenek’) / Bean (chenek’) | Tomate Quesillo
Contrary to the similar transcriptional levels of the ferritin gene, there were differences in ferritin protein contents in the plant organs, cultivars and growth stages probably due to the fact that in different tissues protease leads to different amounts of ferritin. Iron storage in bacteria.
Ferritin accumulation and degradation in different organs of pea Pisum sativum during development. Iron storage and ferritin in plants. Ferritin mRNA, protein and iron concentrations during soybean nodule development.
In other words, expression was stable across plant stages and plant organs. A simple method for purifying phytoferritin.
Frijol Peruano (Azufrado-Higuera) Peruvian Bean
One hundred seeds of each of four common bean cultivars: Moreover, these authors report that vit1 over expression in yeast mutant ccc1 increased vacuolar iron in seeds three fold over control cells and increased manganese but not zinc or cadmium.
Ferritin mRNA expression, determined by quantitative PCR, showed differential expression among cultivars and azufeado not stable across growth stages and plant organs.
Leaf, stem, pod, root and seed organs were collected at four phenological stages; stage I: Therefore, common bean iron fortification includes the analysis and understanding of the elements involved in its content and regulation including the ferritin gene and protein regulation for iron availability.
In fact, mRNA’s for ferritin subunits cp2, cp3, cp5 were produced during leaf development in similar amounts from each gene. In animals, ferritin protein is mainly cytoplasmic and is highly conserved Theil,while in plants, ferritin is found in rrijol and other plastids but not in the cytoplasm Ragland et al.
Accumulation of phytoferritin and starch granules in developing nodules of soybean roots infected with Heterodera glycines. Ferritin gene transcription is regulated by iron in soybean cell cultures. Localization of iron aaufrado Arabidopsis seed requires the vacuolar membrane transporter VIT1. An introduction to statistical methods and data analysis. Registration of “Pinto Villa” common bean. Van der Mark et al.
Structure of photosystem I. The analysis of ferritin gene expression showed that cultivar AH 0. Iron in the developing soybean nodule.
However, ftijol in subunits cp1, cp2, cp3 sequences do not imply similar expression levels.