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Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is an important grain legume crop but its sustainable production is challenged by predicted climate changes, which are likely to increase production limitations and uncertainty in yields. Characterising the variability in root architectural traits in a core collection of chickpea germplasm will provide the basis for breeding new germplasm with suitable root traits for the efficient acquisition of soil resources and adaptation to drought and other abiotic stresses. This study used a semi-hydroponic phenotyping system for assessing root trait variability across 270 chickpea genotypes. The genotypes exhibited large variation in rooting patterns and branching manner. Thirty root-related traits were characterised, 17 of which had coefficients of variation ≥0.3 among genotypes and were selected for further examination. The Pearson correlation matrix showed a strong correlation among most of the selected traits (P≤0.05). Principal component analysis revealed three principal components with eigenvalues >1 capturing 81.5% of the total variation. An agglomerative hierarchical clustering analysis, based on root trait variation, identified three genotype homogeneous groups (rescaled distance of 15) and 16 sub-groups (rescaled distance of 5). The chickpea genotypes characterised in this study with vastly different root properties could be used for further studies in glasshouses and field trials, and for molecular marker studies, gene mapping, and modelling simulations, ultimately aimed at breeding germplasm with root traits for improved adaptation to drought and other specific environments.
Adaptation, chickpea, Cicer arietinum, crop phenotyping, root system architecture, root trait variability.
Characterising root trait variability in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) germplasm
Yinglong Chen,corresponding author 1 , 2 ,* Michel Edmond Ghanem, 3 and Kadambot HM Siddiquecorresponding author 1
2017 Apr 1
The extraction of phenolic compounds from Nigella sativa seed cake was optimized in terms of % of EtOH, extraction time, extraction temperature and solid to solvent ratio to maximize the phenolic content yield. The optimized conditions were 40% ethanol for 60 min, at 40 °C, 1/14 solid to sample ratio. The LC-MS profiling of the extract was found to contain many important phenolics such as Kaempferol, p-coumaroyl acid derivative, Thymol-O-sophoroside etc. The extract showed significant antioxidant activity with IC50 values 548.5 ± 9.4, 64.3 ± 2.7 μg/ml and 1.85 ± 0.2 mM TE/g in terms of DPPH scavenging activity, TEAC, and FRAP assay respectively. The results also indicated that the extract has a significant anti-inflammatory potential. This was evaluated as a measure of the membrane stabilization ability and protein denaturation inhibition capacity (IC50 values) and the activities were found to be 318.73 ± 6.98 and 150.39 ± 2.61 μg/ml respectively. Moreover, results of the study are promising and invite to further investigate the above activities in order to confirm them in different experimental situations and to consider for possible use in a nutraceutical approach.
Nigella sativa seed cake, Box-Behnken experimental design, LC-Q-TOF-MS/MS, Antioxidant capacity, Phenolic compound
Extraction, characterization and bioactive properties of Nigella sativa seedcake
Deepak Kadam and S. S. Lelecorresponding author
The title compound, C46H26N2O7·1.5CH3CN, is the aldol condensation product of bindone with indazole-3-carbaldehyde followed by double intermolecular cyclization. The asymmetric unit, which has monoclinic P21/c symmetry, contains two independent molecules of the title compound and three acetonitrile molecules. The title molecule comprises a central eight-membered ring, which contains an enol-ester, from which five arms extend. The arms exhibit intermolecular interactions within the crystal lattice between molecules of the title compound and with co-crystallized solvent molecules (acetonitrile).
crystal structure, indan-1,3-dione, cyclization, condensation, eight-membered ring
Crystal structure determination of rac-11′-(1-acetyl-1H-indazol-3-yl)-11′,11a′-dihydro-10′H,17′H-spiro[indene-2,18′-[5a,16b]methanotriindeno[1,2-b:1′,2′-d:2′′,1′′-g]oxocine]-1,3,10′,12′,17′(10a′H)-pentaone acetonitrile 1.5-solvate
Mark Baranov,a,* Radion Vainer,a and Mark V. Sigalova
2018 Oct 1;