series of physiological biochemical and organoleptic changes Ripeness is usually considered readiness for harvest It is the result of a complex of changes many of them probably occurring independently of one another Ripening marks the completion of development of a fruit and the commencement of senescence Temperatures above the threshold levels limit many physiological and biochemical processes required for plant survival Therefore the aim of the present experiment was to determine the individual and combined effects of sodium nitroprusside (SNP) and calcium (Ca) on the physiological attributes of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) plants under heat stress (HS) and non-HS conditions

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CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill Lee Giles Pradeep Teregowda): Two-month-old tomato plants were submitted to day/ night cycles and to prolonged darkness in order to investigate the physiological and biochemical response to sugar starvation in sink organs Roots appeared particularly sensitive to the cessation of photosynthesis as revealed by the reduction of the growth rate and

Effects of Exogenous Spermidine and Elevated CO2 on Physiological and Biochemical Changes in Tomato Plants Under Iso-osmotic Salt Stress Journal of Plant Growth Regulation ( IF 2 672) Pub Date : 2018-10-03 DOI: 10 1007/s00344-018-9856-1

Physiological and Biochemical Changes in Brassica juncea Plants under Cd-Induced Stress Dhriti Kapoor 1 Satwinderjeet Kaur 1 and Renu Bhardwaj 1 1 Department of Botanical and Environmental Sciences Guru Nanak Dev University Similar findings were reported in tomato

Tomato is a major crop in the Mediterranean basin where the cultivation in the open field is often vulnerable to drought In order to adapt and survive to naturally occurring cycles of drought stress and recovery plants employ a coordinated array of physiological biochemical and molecular responses

The physiological and biochemical responses of 20 tomato genotypes to heat stress were evaluated The cell membrane stability was high in IIVR-L thereby preventing the damage to the lipid bilayer of biological membranes as compared to other genotypes under elevated temperature conditions

A study on morphological physiological and yield

Nandini K and Sheela Paul T Physiological and biochemical changes associated with marbled disease in pineapple fruit Indian Journal of Horticulture 2006 63 2 207-208 Nema AG Changes in chlorophyll nitrogen protein aminoacid and some enzyme contents in betelvine leaves infected with Xanthomonas campestris pv

Tomato is one of the most popular vegetables and middle tolerance for salt stress Spermidine (Spd) has an important role in plant defense mechanisms against abiotic stress however relatively few data are available regarding Spd in responses of tomato to saline-alkaline stress The effect of 0 25 mmol/L Spd on some physiological parameters of two tomato cultivars grown in 75 mmol/L saline

Apr 01 2003Two‐month‐old tomato plants were submitted to day/night cycles and to prolonged darkness in order to investigate the physiological and biochemical response to sugar starvation in sink organs Roots appeared particularly sensitive to the cessation of photosynthesis as revealed by the reduction of the growth rate and the decline of the

Leaves of Arabidopsis thaliana grown under elevated or ambient CO 2 (700 or 370 mol mol −1 respectively) were examined for physiological biochemical and structural changes Stomatal characters carbohydrate and mineral nutrient concentrations leaf ultrastructure and plant hormone content were investigated using atomic absorption spectrophotometry transmission electron

(iii) plant morphological changes and barrier formation (iv) changes in biochemical compounds related with plant response (v) alleviation of physical stresses and (vi) changes in antagonist and/ or deleterious microbe populations in the mycorrhizosphere[3] Tomato is an important crop which is cultivated widely throughout the world and it is

Oct 10 2014Tomato and tomato based products are an important agricultural production worldwide More than 80 % of grown tomatoes in the worldwide are processing in the products such as tomato juice paste puree catsup sauce and salsa Tomato fruit is rich in phytochemicals and vitamins Tomato nutritional value color fruit and flavor of their products depends mainly on lycopene β

Tomato seedlings were chill-hardened by using a split-night temperature regime (low temperature during the second half of the night) Some morpho-physiological and biochemical parameters were monitored during the hardening period (15 days)

When 4 fully expanded leaves appeared (the tomato plants were 1 month old) the tomato was left to grow in 26/18 C and 16/8 h (light/dark) conditions in a growth chamber Hoagland's nutrient solutions were The effects of brassinosteroid on the induction of biochemical changes in Lycopersicon esculentumunder drought stress 418

Determination of developmental and ripening stages of

Jun 04 2019Distinct biophysical and associated biochemical changes occur in the cuticle and cell wall during tomato ripening approx 35–55 dpa [11 50] The observed spectral changes in the epidermal layers are therefore likely to be associated with events including cuticle rearrangement cell wall disassembly carotenoid accumulation and the

The morpho-physiological and biochemical parameters like PLW TSS color change lycopene β-carotene PG and cellulase increased progressively while the parameters like cellulose hemicellulose lignin and pectin decreased gradually throughout the storage period which leads to the ripening of tomato

Understanding the biochemical and molecular responses to drought is essential for a holistic perception of plant resistance mechanisms to water-limited conditions This review describes some aspects of drought induced changes in morphological physiological and biochemical changes in plants

Tomato is a major crop in the Mediterranean basin where the cultivation in the open field is often vulnerable to drought In order to adapt and survive to naturally occurring cycles of drought stress and recovery plants employ a coordinated array of physiological biochemical and molecular responses Transcriptomic studies on tomato responses to drought and subsequent recovery are few in

Exogenous spermidine-induced changes at physiological and biochemical parameters levels in tomato seedling grown in saline-alkaline condition Yi Zhang1 2 3† Li Zhang1 3† and Xiao-Hui Hu1 3* Abstract Background: Tomato is one of the most popular vegetables and middle tolerance for salt stress Spermidine (Spd)

decreased the physiological and biochemical parameters Different doses of MeJA (0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 M) were applied on both control and salt stressed tomato plants Methyl Jasmonate MeJA significantly ameliorated the deleterious effects of salinity on tomato plants by inducing the physiological and biochemical resistance