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Cadmium Accumulation by Plants of Brassicaceae Family and Its Connection Their Primary and Secondary Metabolism

Originální název

Cadmium Accumulation by Plants of Brassicaceae Family and Its Connection Their Primary and Secondary Metabolism

Anglický název

Cadmium Accumulation by Plants of Brassicaceae Family and Its Connection Their Primary and Secondary Metabolism

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The mustard family – Brassicaceae – is well known as family of plants, metallophytes, which are able to accumulate wide range of heavy metals and metalloids, especially zinc and cadmium, but also nickel, thallium, chromium and selenium. Ecological importance of this process consists partially in plants themselves to survive negative environmental conditions. There are two basic different strategies, how to survive these conditions – accumulation of heavy metals in plants tissues with different intensity in individual cell types, but also organs, which is partially given by chemical composition of cell walls, and ability to synthesize special defensive – detoxification compounds rich on thiol groups – glutathione and phytochelatins, which are able to bind heavy metals and transport them to the secure cell compartment – vacuole. The second principle is based on ability to exclude heavy metals.

Anglický abstrakt

The mustard family – Brassicaceae – is well known as family of plants, metallophytes, which are able to accumulate wide range of heavy metals and metalloids, especially zinc and cadmium, but also nickel, thallium, chromium and selenium. Ecological importance of this process consists partially in plants themselves to survive negative environmental conditions. There are two basic different strategies, how to survive these conditions – accumulation of heavy metals in plants tissues with different intensity in individual cell types, but also organs, which is partially given by chemical composition of cell walls, and ability to synthesize special defensive – detoxification compounds rich on thiol groups – glutathione and phytochelatins, which are able to bind heavy metals and transport them to the secure cell compartment – vacuole. The second principle is based on ability to exclude heavy metals.

BibTex


@inbook{BUT93052,
  author="Petr {Babula} and Vojtěch {Adam} and Ladislav {Havel} and René {Kizek}",
  title="Cadmium Accumulation by Plants of Brassicaceae Family and Its Connection Their Primary and Secondary Metabolism",
  annote="The mustard family – Brassicaceae – is well known as family of plants, metallophytes, which are able to accumulate wide range of heavy metals and metalloids, especially zinc and cadmium, but also nickel, thallium, chromium and selenium. Ecological importance of this process consists partially in plants themselves to survive negative environmental conditions. There are two basic different strategies, how to survive these conditions – accumulation of heavy metals in plants tissues with different intensity in individual cell types, but also organs, which is partially given by chemical composition of cell walls, and ability to synthesize special defensive – detoxification compounds rich on thiol groups – glutathione and phytochelatins, which are able to bind heavy metals and transport them to the secure cell compartment – vacuole. The second principle is based on ability to exclude heavy metals.",
  booktitle="The Plant Family Brassicaceae: Contribution Towards Phytoremediation",
  chapter="93052",
  edition="2012",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2012",
  month="april",
  pages="71--97",
  type="book chapter"
}