Phytoextraction of lead by plants Phytoremediation has been suggested as an inexpensive and Zhang F, Xiao X, Xu K, Cheng X, Xie T, Hu J, Wu X. BMC Genomics. Would you like email updates of new search results? The negative effects of environmental stresses, such as low temperature, high temperature, salinity, drought, heavy metal stress, and biotic stress significantly decrease crop productivity. And what makes them so interesting? Leadplant can occur in soils that are somewhat acidic to alkaline and can tolerate some salinity. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the role of SA in the enhancement of lead (Pb) tolerance in wheat (Triticum aestivum) plants. Cadmium toxicity considerably led to a decrease in plant growth, total chlorophyll, PSII maximum efficiency (Fv/Fm), leaf water potential, potassium (K + â¦ These results suggest that transgenic plants expressing YCF1 may be useful for phytoremediation of lead and cadmium. Lead tolerance in plants: strategies for phytoremediation Lead (Pb) is naturally occurring element whose distribution in the environment occurs because of its extensive use in paints, petrol, explosives, sludge, and industrial wastes. To save an article, log in first, or sign up for a DeepDyve account if you don’t already have one. In all cases, the seedlings contained more lead in their tissues than the plants that had developed from bulbs. Wetland plants such as Typha latifolia and Phragmites australis have been indicated to show a lack of evolution of metal tolerance in metal-contaminated populations. Do heavy metals and metalloids influence the detoxification of organic xenobiotics in plants? 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Plant defense strategies play important roles in the survival of plants as they are fed upon by many different types of herbivores, especially insects, â¦ Leadplant is a good indicator of well managed lands that have moderate to low levels of livestock grazing. Commonly plants may prevent the toxic effect of heavy metals by induction of various celular â¦ To limit the detrimental impact of Pb, efficient strategies like phytoremediation are required. Abstract Lead (Pb) is naturally occurring element whose distribution in the environment occurs because of its extensive use in paints, petrol, explosives, sludge, and industrial wastes. Deng H(1), Ye ZH, Wong MH. Shahid M, Pourrut B, Dumat C, Nadeem M, Aslam M, Pinelli E. Rev Environ Contam Toxicol. In plants, Pb uptake and translocation occurs, causing toxic effects resulting in decrease of biomass production. What are the whyâs, the howâs, and the wheretoâs? -. 2020 Apr;27(10):10205-10227. doi: 10.1007/s11356-020-08032-8. Query the DeepDyve database, plus search all of PubMed and Google Scholar seamlessly. Yan A, Wang Y, Tan SN, Mohd Yusof ML, Ghosh S, Chen Z. It is however, toxic to plants and humans. From classic methodologies to application of nanomaterials for soil remediation: an integrated view of methods for decontamination of toxic metal(oid)s. Genome-wide association study (GWAS) reveals genetic loci of lead (Pb) tolerance during seedling establishment in rapeseed (Brassica napus L.). To get new article updates from a journal on your personalized homepage, please log in first, or sign up for a DeepDyve account if you don’t already have one. Lead tolerance in plants: strategies for phytoremediation. Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao. L14, Guo, H; Luo, S; Chen, L; Xiao, X; Xi, Q; Wei, W; Zeng, G; Liu, C; Wan, Y; Chen, J; He, Y, Antioxidant defence mechanism in hydroponically grown Zea mays seedlings under moderate lead stress, Gupta, DK; Nicoloso, FT; Schetinger, MRC; Rossato, LV; Pereira, LB; Castro, GY; Srivastava, S; Tripathi, RD, The detoxification of lead in Sedum alfredii H. is not related to phytochelatins but the glutathione, Gupta, DK; Huang, HG; Yang, XE; Razafindrabe, BHN; Inouhe, M, Lead induced responses of Pfaffia glomerata, an economically important Brazilian medicinal plant, under in vitro culture conditions, Gupta, DK; Nicoloso, FT; Schetinger, MRC; Rossato, LV; Huang, HG; Srivastava, S; Yang, XE, Tolerance and accumulation of lead by species of Iris L, Han, YL; Huang, SZ; Gu, JG; Qiu, S; Chen, JM, Studying the enhanced phytoremediation of lead contaminated soils via laser induced breakdown spectroscopy, Hassan, M; Sighicelli, M; Lai, A; Colao, F; Ahmed, AHH; Fantoni, R; Harith, MA, Sedum alfredii: a new lead-accumulating ecotype, He, B; Yang, XE; Ni, WZ; Wei, YZ; Long, XX; Ye, ZQ, Increased cadmium and lead uptake of a cadmium hyperaccumulator tomato by cadmium-resistant bacteria, He, LY; Chen, ZJ; Ren, GD; Zhang, YF; Qian, M; Sheng, XF, Role of EDTA in alleviating lead toxicity in accumulator species of Sedum alfredii H, Huang, HG; Li, TX; Tian, SK; Gupta, DK; Zhang, XZ; Yang, XE, Lead tolerance and physiological adaptation mechanism in roots of accumulating and non-accumulating ecotypes of Sedum alfredii, Huang, HG; Gupta, DK; Tian, SK; Yang, XE; Li, TX, Promising role of plant hormones in translocation of lead in Sesbania drummondii shoots, Phytoremediation of heavy metals: Physiological and molecular mechanisms, Pb-induced cellular defense system in the root meristematic cells of Allium sativum L, Isolation and characterization of a heavy metal-resistant Burkholderia sp. Zinc, lead and cadmium tolerance in four populations of Typha latifolia raised from seed collected from metalâcontaminated and uncontaminated sites were investigated. eCollection 2020. Require these words, in this exact order. Unlimited access to over18 million full-text articles. Over-expression of Arabidopsis Î´-OAT has been shown to enhance proline levels and to increase the stress tolerance of rice and tobacco (Roosens et al., 2002; Qu et al., 2005) even though Arabidopsis plants deficient in Î´-OAT accumulated proline in response to stress and showed a salt stress tolerance similar to the wild type (Funck et al., 2008). Lead in the soil can settle on or be absorbed by plants grown for fruits or vegetables or plants used as ingredients in food, including dietary supplements. IT = 15%), those from damp stands had higher tolerance, and those from wet â¦ Heavy metal stress has become a major concern in various terrestrial ecosystems worldwide. They were placed on your computer when you launched this website. Lead (Pb) is considered a major heavy metal pollutant, which causes toxicity in plants when its H Advances in Agricultural Science 6 (2018), Issue 02, 25-35 Journal homepage: www.aaasjournal.org ISSN: 2588-3801 Exogenous application of salicylic acid improves tolerance of wheat plants to lead â¦ 2011;213:113-36. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4419-9860-6_4. But what does it mean? Currently, phytoremediation is an effective and affordable technological solution used to extract or remove inactive metals and metal pollutants from contaminated soil and water. 15,000 peer-reviewed journals. HHS â¢ Pb-induced enzymatic and non-enzymatic tolerance â¦ 2009 Mar;16(2):162-75. doi: 10.1007/s11356-008-0079-z. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! discover and read the research Read from thousands of the leading scholarly journals from SpringerNature, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford University Press and more. PMID: J Plant Physiol. Plants from dry stands demonstrated the lowest tolerance to lead (Berteroa incana IT = 10%, Helichrysum sp. [Research advances in plant lead tolerance and detoxification mechanism]. Lead. This paper aims â¦ Implications of metal accumulation mechanisms to phytoremediation. | – Springer Journals. | Interactions between lead (Pb) with different plant species. Select data courtesy of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Huang HG, Li TX, Yang XE, Zhang XZ, Wu DY. Nowadays extensive industrialization imparts detrimental effects on soil as well as on crop productivity by accumulating heavy metals (Shahid et al., 2015). Among the hundreds of native plants screened, research done earlier by the group shortlisted three plants. Those are the interesting questions. Why biodiversity is distributed unevenly. Several methods already used to clean up the environment from these kinds of contaminants, but most of them are costly and difficult to get optimum results. (Brassicaceae) from the vicinity of a lead mine and smelter in Slovenia, Nitric oxide reduces aluminum toxicity by preventing oxidative stress in the roots of Cassia tora L, Effect of indole-3-acetic acid on lead accumulation in maize (Zea mays L.) seedlings and the relevant antioxidant response, Wang, H; Shan, X; Wen, B; Owens, G; Fang, J; Zhang, S, The effect of EDDS addition on the phytoextraction efficiency from Pb contaminated soil by Sedum alfredii Hance, Wang, X; Wang, Y; Mahmood, Q; Islam, E; Jin, XF; Li, TQ; Yang, XE; Liu, D, Lead-contaminated soil induced oxidative stress, defense response and its indicative biomarkers in roots of Vicia faba seedlings, Wang, C; Tian, Y; Wang, X; Geng, J; Jiang, J; Yu, H; Wang, C, Evaluation of Pb phytoremediation potential in Buddleja asiatica and B-paniculata, Waranusantigul, P; Kruatrachue, M; Pokethitiyook, P; Auesukaree, C, Isolation and characterization of lead-tolerant Ochrobactrum intermedium and its role in enhancing lead accumulation by Eucalyptus camaldulensis, Waranusantigul, P; Lee, H; Kruatrachue, M; Pokethitiyook, P; Auesukaree, C, Phytoremediation: plant-endophyte partnerships take the challenge, Weyens, N; Lelie, D; Taghavi, S; Vangronsveld, J, Ca2+-dependent plant response to Pb2+ is regulated by LCT1, Wojas, S; Ruszczynska, A; Bulska, E; Wojciechowski, M; Antosiewicz, DM, Sorghum roots are inefficient in uptake of EDTA-chelated lead, Signal interaction between nitric oxide and hydrogen peroxide in heat shock induced hypericin production of Hypericum perforatum suspension cells, Sedum alfredii H: a new Zn hyperaccumulating plant first found in China, Lead-induced nitric oxide generation plays a critical role in lead uptake by Pogonatherum crinitum root cells, Yu, Q; Sun, L; Jin, H; Chen, Q; Chen, Z; Xu, M, Effects of EDTA on phytoextraction of heavy metals (Zn, Mn and Pb) from sludge-amended soil with Brassica napus, Zaier, H; Ghnaya, T; Ben Rejeb, K; Lakhdar, A; Rejeb, S; Jemal, F, Comparative study of Pb-phytoextraction potential in Sesuvium portulacastrum and Brassica juncea: Tolerance and accumulation, Zaier, H; Ghnaya, T; Lakhdar, A; Baioui, R; Ghabriche, R; Mnasri, M; Sghair, S; Lutts, S; Abdelly, C, Characterization of lead-resistant and ACC deaminase-producing endophytic bacteria and their potential in promoting lead accumulation of rape, Zhang, YF; He, LY; Chen, ZJ; Zhang, WH; Wang, QY; Qian, M; Sheng, XF, Effects of lead and EDTA-assisted lead on biomass, lead uptake and mineral nutrients in Lespedeza chinensis and Lespedeza davidii, Zheng, LJ; Liu, XM; Lutz-Meindl, U; Peer, T, Lead tolerance in plants: strategies for phytoremediation, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, http://www.deepdyve.com/lp/springer-journals/lead-tolerance-in-plants-strategies-for-phytoremediation-upKdUaJMys. Epub 2020 Feb 17. Google Classroom Facebook Twitter. All the latest content is available, no embargo periods. Abiotic (non-living) factors that influence where a species can live. Lead in Soil. It is resistant to occurrences of fire and can tolerate a moderate amount of grazing. NLM Lead toxicity causes the inhibition of seed germination and exerts adverse effects on growth and metabolic processes of plants, which retards plant and crop production. Salicylic acid (SA) acts as a signaling molecule and plays an important role in various physiological and biochemical processes in plants. Environmental Science and Pollution Research )OH), which are necessary for the correct functioning of plants; however, in excess they caused damage to biomolecules, such as membrane lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids among others. Lead (Pb) is naturally occurring element whose distribution in the environment occurs because of its extensive use in paints, petrol, explosives, sludge, and industrial wastes. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. -, Plant Physiol. 2010 Mar 02;10:40 Lead tolerance in plants: strategies for phytoremediation. A small number of genes are probably producing the major sis of plants involved in Pb tolerance in plants. In plants, Pb uptake and translocation occurs, causing toxic effects resulting in decrease of biomass production. Lead tolerance in Festuca ovina is an inherited characteristic, evolved by the production of compounds within the plants, speciï¬cally for protection against the toxic effects of heavy metals. In plants, Pb uptake and translocation occurs, causing toxic effects resulting in decrease of biomass production. The aim of the present study is to verify whether other common wetland plants such as Alternanthera philoxeroides and Beckmannia syzigachne, also possess the same characteristics. Epub 2008 Dec 6. 2016). Damage to soil texture, i.e., pH of soil, presence of different elements, and accumulation of heavy metals cause direct and/or indirect reduction of plant growth by adversely affecting variâ¦ -, Environ Pollut. To subscribe to email alerts, please log in first, or sign up for a DeepDyve account if you don’t already have one. | 2019 Dec;26(36):36942-36951. doi: 10.1007/s11356-019-06690-x. Many houses today were once painted with paints that contained lead â unless the paint was removed, that paint will still be there under layers of newer paint. To limit the detrimental impact of Pb, efficient strategies like phytoremediation are required. [D K Gupta, H G Huang, F J Corpas] PMID 23338995 . 2009 Mar;20(3):696-704. Bookmark this article. 2006 Mar;140(3):922-32 From the words âlead tolerance in plantsâ itâs pretty easy to deduce that some plants have some kind of tolerance for lead. Leadplant is native to areas in Manitoba and Ontario. â¢ Pb-induced oxidative stress: damage to lipid, protein, DNA, and photosynthesis. Heavy-metal-induced reactive oxygen species: phytotoxicity and physicochemical changes in plants. Epub 2019 Nov 19. Plant disease resistance protects plants from pathogens in two ways: by pre-formed structures and chemicals, and by infection-induced responses of the immune system. On similar waste tips in Scotland, A. tenuis is replaced by Festuca ovina and Deschampsia flexuosa, and a method has been worked out for the measurement of lead tolerance in F. ovina from soils of different lead contents. Read and print from thousands of top scholarly journals. Biogeography. 2006 Feb;163(3):319-32 Front Plant Sci. You can see your Bookmarks on your DeepDyve Library. Author information: (1)Biology Department and Croucher Institute for Environmental Sciences, Hong Kong Baptist University, Kowloon, Hong Kong SAR, PR China. In this review, it will discuss recent advancement and potential application of plants for lead removal from the environment. 2020 Apr 30;11:359. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2020.00359. 1998 Jun;49:643-668 2020 Feb 10;21(1):139. doi: 10.1186/s12864-020-6558-4. Tolerance ranges of species. OH), which are necessary for the correct functioning of plants; however, in excess they caused damage to biomolecules, such as membrane lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids among others. Highest lead tolerance. Two independent trials were conducted to examine the involvement of nitric oxide (NO) in MT-mediated tolerance to Cd toxicity in wheat plants. Lead is also used in a number of alloys, flashing, solder and some batteries. Coincidently, flood resistant species such as Eriophorum angustifolium and J. effusus being very tolerant to Fe ( Snowden and Wheeler, 1993 ) are also proved to be highly tolerant to Zn ( Matthews et al., 2005 ). Analysis of transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana plants overexpressing YCF1 showed that YCF1 is functionally active and that the plants have enhanced tolerance of Pb(II) and Cd(II) and accumulated greater amounts of these metals. National Center for Biotechnology Information, Unable to load your collection due to an error, Unable to load your delegates due to an error. 2012 May;164:242-7 Save any article or search result from DeepDyve, PubMed, and Google Scholar... all in one place. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. Phytoremediation: A Promising Approach for Revegetation of Heavy Metal-Polluted Land. Snowden and Wheeler (1993) have indicated that Fe 2+ tolerance in wetland plants is significantly related to root porosity, root oxidizing ability and flood tolerance. 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Get unlimited, online access to over 18 million full-text articles from more than 15,000 scientific journals. Tolerance ranges of species. Epub 2020 Jun 5. Itâs your single place to instantly Lead uptake, toxicity, and detoxification in plants. Tolerance is the ability of plants to mitigate the negative fitness effects caused by herbivory. Do not surround your terms in double-quotes ("") in this field. over 18 million articles from more than that matters to you. Physiol Mol Biol Plants. -, Annu Rev Plant Physiol Plant Mol Biol. The lead tolerance of these species correlated with their water requirements. Solidago canadensis as a bioaccumulator and phytoremediator of Pb and Zn. 2020 Jul;26(7):1361-1373. doi: 10.1007/s12298-020-00830-1. You can change your cookie settings through your browser. Copy and paste the desired citation format or use the link below to download a file formatted for EndNote. Lead and zinc accumulation and tolerance in populations of six wetland plants.