A study of The enzymatic activity of the antioxidant system in the ontogeny of mutant norflurazone-tolerant Arabidopsis thaliana]статья

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[1] A study of the enzymatic activity of the antioxidant system in the ontogeny of mutant norflurazone-tolerant arabidopsis thaliana] / T. A. Ezhova, O. P. Soldatova, L. B. Mamanova et al. // Ontogenez. — 2000. — Vol. 31, no. 1. — P. 40–46. The activities of superoxide dismutase and guaiacol-dependent peroxidase were studied in the ontogenesis of recessive homozygous mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana Heynh. le-2 and nfz24, which are characterized by two- to threefold increases in tolerance to the herbicide norflurazone. The mutants le-2 and nfz24 differed from the initial race Dijon in some phenotypic features, duration of ontogenetic stages, and dynamics of the superoxide dismutase and peroxidase activities in ontogenesis. A single treatment of plants with norflurazone induced an accelerated increase in the level of both enzymes in the mutants as compared to the wild type plants. Under the conditions of multiple treatment with norflurazone, the mutants le-2 and nfz24 displayed a higher tolerance to the bleaching effect of the herbicide and were characterized by a higher level of superoxide dismutase. The data obtained suggest that the superoxide dismutase and peroxidase activities are controlled by both ontogenetic factors and stress signals. Mutations in the lines le-2 and nfz24 increase sensitivity to a stress signal or increase efficiency of an adaptive response due to long-term maintenance of a high level of the antioxidant enzymes under the conditions of stress. [ DOI ]

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