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Glyceride metabolism and gluconeogenesis in the barley aleurone layer.

Jonathan Charles Newman

Glyceride metabolism and gluconeogenesis in the barley aleurone layer.

by Jonathan Charles Newman

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.)-Univ. of Birmingham, Dept of Biochemistry.

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Open LibraryOL20014428M

In the barley aleurone layer, GA 3 perceived at the plasma membrane induces ROS generation as a by-product from intense lipid metabolism, and the redox regulation of the GA 3-induced response has been proposed (Maya-Ampudia and Bernal-Lugo, ).Cited by: brain decrease glucose use & increases FA use--> decrease need for glucose--> reduces rate of gluconeogenesis & urea production; protein from muscle is spared b/c less need for aa for gluconeogen During a hr fast, __is the major source of blood glucose; thus, it is the major pathway by which glucose is produced in?

  Plant HVA22 is a unique abscisic acid (ABA)/stress-induced protein first isolated from barley (Hordeum vulgare) aleurone cells. Its yeast homolog, Yop1p, functions in vesicular trafficking and in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) network in vivo. To examine the roles of plant HVA22, barley HVA22 was ectopically expressed in barley aleurone cells. The first step in lipid metabolism is the hydrolysis of the lipid in the cytoplasm to produce glycerol and fatty acids. Since glycerol is a three carbon alcohol, it is metabolized quite readily into an intermediate in glycolysis, dihydroxyacetone phosphate. In addition, the dihydroxyacetone may also be used in gluconeogenesis to make.

The fully revised and expanded fourth edition of Plant Biochemistry presents the latest science on the molecular mechanisms of plant life. The book not only covers the basic principles of plant biology, such as photosynthesis, primary and secondary metabolism, the function of phytohormones, plant genetics, and plant biotechnology, but it also addresses the various . They are found in the aleurone layer and embryo of the caryopsis. Prolamins and glutelins are the storage proteins of cereal grains. They are rich in glutamine and proline, but very low in lysine, tryptophan and methionine. They are found in the endosperm, and are the vast majority of the proteins in the grains of wheat, corn, barley, oat, and rye.


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Glyceride metabolism and gluconeogenesis in the barley aleurone layer by Jonathan Charles Newman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Endosperms of quiescent barley grains contained, on average, μg of neutral glyceride-glycerol, equivalent to ca μg glyceride. Of this probably 90% was located in the aleurone layer. Of this probably 90% was located in the aleurone by: Aleurone layers, according to the estimations of Newman and Briggs contain approximately 2/3 of triacylglycerols of barley grain, with their concentration close to 15% of fresh weight of this tissue; the remaining 1/3 is localized in the scutellum in which lipid concentration can be even higher, up to 40% of fresh weight in maize scutellum.

During germination, the lipid content in these tissues Cited by: In the barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) aleurone layer, gibberellic acid (GA(3)) is perceived at the plasma membrane and induces the synthesis and secretion of alpha-amylase.

Glyoxylate cycle and metabolism of organic acids in the scutellum of barley seeds during germination. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

During germination, aleurone layer cells of barley (Hordeum vulgare) grains synthesize and secrete hydrolytic enzymes (principally α-amylase) in response to gibberellic acid (GA); shortly thereafter, the aleurone layer cells undergo programmed by: Fluorescence microscopy of the aleurone-sub-aleurone junction with emphasis on possible β-l,3-glucan deposits in barley.

Aust J Plant Physiol – CrossRef Google Scholar Gibbons GC () Immunohistochemical determination of the transport pathways of a-amylase in germinating barley Cited by: THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY Vol. No. 10, Issue of pp.

Printed in U.S.A. The Metabolism of Glyceride Glycolipids IV. ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS OF MONOGALACTOSYL AND DIGALACTOSYL DIGLYCERIDES IN RAT.

With imbibition, germination signal GAs stored in the embryo, mainly GA 3, are transported to the aleurone layer of the endosperm, which is rich in protein. Hydrolytic enzymes including acid cysteine endopeptidases, serine carboxypeptidases, and neutral aminopeptidases [10], [11], become activated in the endosperm, which contains aleurone cells that degrade storage proteins into amino acids (Fig Cited by:   Mobilization of the major reserves within seed storage tissues occurs following the completion of germination to provide nutrients for the growing seedling until it becomes autotrophic.

Starch, hemicelluloses, triacylglycerols (oils), and proteins are mobilized by distinct suites of enzymes, many of which are transcribed and synthesized de by: 4. Start studying Chapter 17 Practice. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

In order to examine whether TN and HS could affect the viability of barley cells, cell death was monitored and quantified in intact aleurone layers by simultaneous staining of live and dead cells with fluorescent probes ().The cell death quantitation reflected a correlation with the endogenous H 2 O 2 and lipid peroxidation measurements.

GA 3 treatment of barley aleurone Cited by: Seed germination is crucial stage in plant development and can be considered as a determinant for plant productivity. Physiological and biochemical changes followed by morphological changes during germination are strongly related to seedling survival rate and vegetative growth which consequently affect yield and quality.

This study is aimed to focus on proceeding of the most Cited by: 3. Slow heating of barley aleurone layers to heat-shock temperature preserves heat-shock-sensitive cellular properties Article (PDF Available) in American Journal of Botany 89(3).

Here we choose firstly to summarize the main features of the glyoxylate cycle as understood from the many studies of its role in lipid metabolism in seedlings of oilseed species.

Then we focus on aspects that have been discovered since the previous treatise on plant peroxisomes (Huang et al, ) and highlight those aspects which are still to Cited by: Nevertheless, the aleurone layer of starchy seeds such as those of wheat and barley contains oil which plays an important role in starch mobilisation by providing energy for the synthesis of.

Gibberellin and ABA therefore act antagonistically to regulate gluconeogenesis in the aleurone layer as well as controlling the production and secretion of hydrolases into the starchy endosperm.

We suggest that the variation between different barley cultivars might be a result of selective breeding to alter seed by:   A role for the Arabidopsis aleurone layer in supplying sugars to the growing seedling has been described (Penfield et al., ), and mutants with impaired lipid metabolism in the aleurone layer and embryo have been identified that show defects in germination and early seedling growth (Eastmond et al., ; Footitt et al., ).

Start studying Metabolism. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. In the barley (Hordeum vulgare) aleurone layer, the phytohormone gibberellic acid (GA) induces germination-associated metabolism, enzyme secretion and subsequent PCD [1,10].

Enzymes of the CDP-diglyceride pathway of phospholipid synthesis, CDP-diacylglycerol synthetase, CDP-diacylglycerol: glycerol 3-phosphate phosphatidyl-transferase and enzymes of phosphatidylserine formation were initially of relatively high specific activities in aleurone cells of wheat and declined upon imbibition.

Enzyme activity of phosphatidylinositol Cited by: 1. A cDNA clone, GAmyb, which encodes a novel Myb, was isolated from a barley aleurone cDNA library. RNA blot analysis revealed that GAmyb expression in isolated barley aleurone layers is up-regulated by GA.

The kinetics of GAmyb expression indicates that it is an early event in GA-regulated gene expression and precedes alpha-amylase gene expression.

The aleurone layer in mature seeds consists of living cells. It is about three to four cell layers thick in rice and barley and single-layered thick in wheat, maize, and oat. The cell wall of aleurone layer is thick and rich in arabinans and arabinoxylans.

The cells of aleurone layer are interconnected with numerous : Renu Kathpalia, Satish C Bhatla. Arabidopsis Seeds Remain Dormant When the Testa Is Removed. Mature Arabidopsis seeds contain an embryo enveloped in an aleurone layer that is in turn surrounded by the testa.

Previous work has shown convincingly that pigments in the testa contribute significantly to seed dormancy (Debeaujon et al., ).Cited by: