1 PLANT PHYSIOLOGY Az Agrármérnöki MSc szak tananyagfejlesztése TÁMOP /1/A
2 Synthetic and microbial plant hormones in plant production
3 Overview 1. Commercial application of auxins 2. Commercial application of gibberellins and cytokinins 3. The use of ethylene and brassinosteroids in plant production 4. Microbial plant hormones 5. Other synthetic growth regulators
4 1. Commercial application of auxins 1.1. Plant hormones and other regulatory chemicals are used for commercial reasons to control some aspects of plant development 1.2. Auxins have been used commercially in agriculture and horticulture for more than 50 years 1.3. The synthetic auxins are resistant to oxidation by enzymes, and they are more effective then IAA ,4-D and dicamba are widely used as herbicides 1.5. These auxins are used by farmers for the control of dicot (broad-leaves) weeds, in commercial cereal fields
5 Structures of synthetic auxins used as herbicides Source: Taiz L., Zeiger E. (2010): Plant Physiology. p. 548.
6 1. Commercial application of auxins 1.6. Other commercial uses included: - prevention of fruit and leaf drop, - promotion of flowering in pineapple, - induction of parthenocarpic fruit, - thinning of fruit, - rooting of cuttings for plant propagation ( rooting hormone preparations) 1.7. Some of the effects of auxin on fruiting may result from the promotion of ethylene synthesis 1.8. Recently the use of some synthetic auxins, like 2,4,5-T, has been banned because of commercial preparations contain significant level of dioxin
7 Auxin promotes fruit development that produced by achenes Source: Taiz L., Zeiger E. (2010): Plant Physiology. p. 578.
8 Rooting of faba bean shoot in tissue culture medium containing IBA Source: own result
9 2. Commercial application of gibberellins and cytokinins 2.1. The principal commercial use of gibberellins is in the production of table grapes 2.2. Other major commercial uses of gibberellins are: - growth promotion of a variety of fruit crops, - increase of sugar yield in sugarcane, - stimulation of barley-malting process in the beerbrewing industry
10 Gibberellin induces growth in Thompson s seedless grapes (left control, right sprayed with GA 3 ) Source: Taiz L., Zeiger E. (2010): Plant Physiology. Web material,
11 Gibberellin effects on α-amilase synthesis during barley-malting process Source: Taiz L., Zeiger E. (2002): Plant Physiology. p. 486.
12 2. Commercial application of gibberellins and cytokinins 2.3. Manipulation of cytokinins is a tool to alter agriculturally important strains 2.4. Photosynthetic productivity could be extended with delayed leaf senescence in the cytokininoverproducing plants 2.5. Cytokinin production could be linked to damage caused by predators 2.6. Manipulation of cytokinin production has the potential to increase grain yield in rice
13 Leaf senescence is retarded in a transgenic lettuce plants expressing a cytokinin biosynthesis gene, ipt Source: Taiz L., Zeiger E. (2010): Plant Physiology. p. 642.
14 Cytokinin regulates grain yield in rice (indica variety has low number of cytokinin oxydase genes) Source: Taiz L., Zeiger E. (2010): Plant Physiology. p. 642.
15 3. The use of ethylene and brassinosteroids in plant production 3.1. As ethylene regulates many physiological processes in plant development, it is one of the most widely used plant hormones in agriculture 3.2. Ethephon (Ethrel) is the most widely used ethylene releasing compound 3.3. Ethephon is sprayed in aqueous solution and is readily absorbed and transported within the plant
16 Inhibition of flower senescence by inhibition of ethylene action Source: Taiz L., Zeiger E. (2010): Plant Physiology. p. 665.
17 3. The use of ethylene and brassinosteroids in plant production 3.4. Ethephon (Ethrel) is used for: - hastening fruit ripening of apple, tomato, and degreening of citrus, - synchronized flowering and fruit set in pineapple, and accelerated abscission of flowers and fruits, - inducing fruit thinning or fruit drop in cotton, cherry, and walnut, - promoting female sex expression in cucumber, to prevent self-pollination and increase yield, - inhibition of terminal growth of some plants in order to promote lateral growth and compact flowering stems
18 Ethylene production and respiration during banana ripening Source: Taiz L., Zeiger E. (2010): Plant Physiology. p. 659.
19 3. The use of ethylene and brassinosteroids in plant production 3.5. Brassinosteroid (BR) application to crop plants is most effective under stress conditions 3.6. BRs are useful in plant propagation: - pretreatment of woody cuttings of plants enhanced the rooting response, - micropropagation of cassava and pineapple has also been improved by BR treatment
20 BR stimulates germination of Arabidopsis seeds Source: Taiz L., Zeiger E. (2010): Plant Physiology. p. 714.
22 Tumor that formed on a tomato stem infected with the crown gall bacterium bearing cytokinin biosynthesis genes Source: Taiz L., Zeiger E. (2010): Plant Physiology. p. 622.
23 Examples of cytokinin-like activity detected using the Soybean Callus Bioassay in 1 g dry weight samples purified by cation exchange resin and paper chromatography: Rf glucoside derivatives Rf zeatin, zeatinriboside, dihydrozeatin Rf isopentenyladenine derivatives Source: own result
24 Total cytokinin content in microalgae. The results show the % of each cytokinin group making up the total cytokinin complement as well as the proportion of isoprenoid to aromatic cytokinins. Species/Genera Cytokinin group Cytokinin type (MACC) (% of total cytokinin complement) IP Z DHZ BA T Isoprenoid Aromatic P. viridis (324) P. viridis (343) C. minutissima (357) C. minutissima (360) C. minutissima (361) Chlorella sp. (313) Chlorella sp. (381) Scenedesmus sp. (469) Scenedesmus sp. (540) Source: own result
25 50 A) Free bases + ribosides + O-glucosides dark phase light phase TOTAL CYTOKININ CONCENTRATION (fmol 100 mg -1 DW) MACC 361 expt. 1 MACC 361 expt. 2 MACC 458 expt. 1 MACC 458 expt. 2 B) Ribotides dark phase light phase Total cytokinin concentration in MACC- 361 Chlorella minutissima and in MACC-458 Chlorella sp. synchronous culture suspensions Conclusion: Light and or cell cycle influence the hormone production Source: own result TIME (h)
26 The 4 best treatments of the potato algae experiment compared to the control (Tornyospálca, 2003) MACC-6 + MACC-116 MACC-6 + MACC-612 spraying 2 + spraying spraying 1 + spraying 2 2 control yield (t/ha) LSD 5% = 1,21 Microalgae are effective tools in increasing the potato yield Source: own result
27 The 4 best treatments of the sugar beet algae experiment compared to the control (Komárom, 2005) 17,00 15,00 13,00 11,00 9,00 7,00 Juwel+MACC-612 Sfera+MACC-612 MACC-612 Sfera+MACC-116 Control sugar yield (t/ha) LSD 5% = 0,76 Sugar beet treatments with microalgae increase the sugar yield Source: own result
28 4. Microbial plant hormones - conclusions bacteria, microalgae and cyanobacteria are able to produce several types of plant hormones physiological status of cells (cell cycle) and environmental factors (light) influence the hormone production highly reproducible results can be achieved by using synchronous cultures of microalgae, which can also the function of plant hormones in microalgae explain broad leaf plants respond with yield increase on microalgal treatments.
29 5. Other synthetic growth regulators 5.1. Antiauxins inhibit the effects of auxins found in plants 5.2. Synthetic antiauxins are used for: - inhibition of shoot development of stored onions and potato tubers, - inhibition of axillary shoot development in tobacco, - control (inhibition) of lawn growth, - promotion of sugarcane ripening, - prevention against Fusarium diseases, - promotion of stooling in cereals
30 Sructures of synthetic (A) and natural (B) auxin transport inhibitors Source: Taiz L., Zeiger E. (2010): Plant Physiology. p. 558.
31 5. Other synthetic growth regulators 5.3. The inhibition of gibberellin biosynthesis also has commercial applications 5.4. Synthetic growth retardants or antigibberellins (AMO-1618, cycocel, Phosphon-D, ancymidol, and alar) are used for: - blocking specific steps in gibberelin biosynthesis, - reducing stem elongation, - preventing wheat against lodging, - reduction the need for pruning of vegetation under power lines
32 5. Other synthetic growth regulators 5.5. Storage facilities developed to inhibit ethylene production and promote preservation of fruits 5.6. Specific inhibitors, like EthylBloc, of ethylene biosynthesis and action have proven useful in postharvest preservation flowers and various climacteric fruits 5.7. Decreased brassinosteroid (BR) synthesis or signaling in rice by BR inhibitors lead to increased biomass and final seed yield
33 Summary Plant hormones and other regulatory chemicals are used for commercial reasons to control some aspects of plant development. Synthetic auxins have been used commercially in agriculture and horticulture for more than 50 years. Gibberellins are growth promoters of a variety of fruit crops. Ethylene is one of the most widely used plant hormones in agriculture. Bacteria, microalgae and cyanobacteria are able to produce several types of plant hormones that could be beneficial for plant production. Synthetic antiauxins and antigibberellins are used as growth retardants.
34 Questions Discuss the evidence for the role of auxin in the following physiological phenomena: apical dominance, lateral and adventitious roots, leaf abscission, floral bud development, fruit development. Give several examples of the effects of gibberellins on plant development. Have any of these responses been used commercially? Discuss five physiological responses regulated by ethylene. What are the sources of natural plant hormones used in plant production?
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