Tarokoensis. Noteworthy Characteristics. BR application also improved membrane stability (lower injury). G. sinensis seedlings with and without AMF inoculation were subjected to four salinity levels (0, 50, 100, and 150 mM NaCl). It matures to a height of about 70 feet (21 m), with a trunk diameter of about 24 inches (60 cm). The experiments showed that such conclusions from the logistic model are incorrect for real ecosystems and that use of consumer-resource models is a more robust approach that avoids potential mistakes. Zelkova, Japanese zelkova—Zelkova serrata. 2014 Mar 15;171(6):421-8. doi: 10.1016/j.jplph.2013.10.023. The experiment was conducted in a factorial design considering two levels of salinity (+NaCl and -NaCl), two levels of AMF (+AMF and -AMF) and two levels of leaf Pi supply (+Pi and -Pi). Hydroponically grown 15 day-old tomato plants (Solanum lycopersicum L. cv. We aim to summarise these advances in this Volume, with special emphasis given to the ecological function of the mycorrhizal symbiosis. However, the rapidly expanding salinity stress in cultivable areas poses a major peril to crop yield. Salt-stressed mycorrhizal seedlings produced greater root, stem, and leaf biomass than the uninoculated stressed seedlings. Zelkova is closely related to elms, but it is resistant to Dutch elm disease. Zelkova serrata, commonly called Japanese zelkova, is a medium to large deciduous tree, typically growing to 50-80’ tall with a spreading, generally upward-branching, vase-shaped crown.It is native to Japan, Taiwan and eastern China. Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi can mitigate salt stress in host plants. decline with increasing salinity than that in leaves. Tomato seedlings were exposed to different R: FR conditions (7.4, 1.2 and 0.8) under salinity stress (100 mM NaCl), and evaluated for their growth, biochemical changes, active reactive oxygen species (ROS) and ROS scavenging enzymes, pigments, rate of photosynthesis, and chlorophyll fluorescence. An exotic pest known as the spotted lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula (White), was recently detected in Pennsylvania, USA (Barringer et al. 2014 Jul;24(5):383-95. doi: 10.1007/s00572-013-0546-3. AsA has been reported to be involved in, enhanced POD activity in leaves was insuffi-. Zelkova serrata is valued for its attractive manner of growth and the dark green leaves that turn to various shades of red and orange in the autumn. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. All rights reserved. Some of the well-known mechanisms include improved nutrient uptake and maintenance of ionic homeostasis, superior water use efficiency and osmoprotection, enhanced photosynthetic efficiency, preservation of cell ultrastructure, and reinforced antioxidant metabolism. Beskrivning Zelkova serrata GREEN VASE ('Flekova') Fast-growing tree that can grow to approx. and roots were 55% and 88%, respectively (Fig. The results revealed that the essential oil of Z serrata heartwood exhibited … E. Gagnon & G. P. Lewis (Fabaceae) in a greenhouse under salinity conditions in combination with the supply of AMF and leaf Pi. It also covers the influence of global changes on the symbiosis. on POD activity is higher in roots than that in leaves; in contrast, the regulatory effect of seedlings on SOD. This Volume is divided into six sections. The fruit of Ulmus are dry and winged, while Zelkova has drupes. (Fabaceae) is a precious ecological and economic tree species that has wide-ranging usage. Chinese elm is a large deciduous shade tree in the Ulmaceae family. It is a truly underutilized tree in modern landscapes. Synonyms Zelkova serrata ‘Green Vase’ Fast-growing tree that can grow to approx. Tree Data: The tree is described as often large, with a short trunk. Japanese Zelkova is a tough urban tree for residential shade and street plantings. Additionally, we found, that the AM fungus enhanced POD activity more in, roots than that in leaves, and SOD activity more in, leaves than that in roots. Seedlings of Z. serrata were exposed to four salt levels in a greenhouse with and without F. mosseae inoculation. However, physiological mechanisms of enhanced salt tolerance in leaves and roots of trees rarely have been compared. The tree is related to the elm (Ulmus) but is different in that the flowers of Zelkova are unisexual and of Ulmus are hermaphroditic. The in vitro and in vivo antioxidant activities and its potential to protect against amyloid-β toxicity of essential oils from Zelkova serrata (Thunb.) ly increased with increasing salinities (Fig. HHS This study aimed to investigate the effects of AMF on G. sinensis salinity tolerance and reveal its underlying physiological mechanism.MethodsA greenhouse experiment was performed. Tarokoensis. However, the salinity tolerance induced at the lower R: FR condition disappeared in the tomato phyB1 mutant. Zelkova serrata is a deciduous Tree growing to 25 m (82ft) by 10 m (32ft) at a fast rate. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) and the supply of inorganic phosphorus (Pi) could alleviate the negative effects of such stress by improvement in stomatal conductance, photosynthesis and biomass. The concentration of. Values are mean ± SE of three plants. The fruit of Ulmus are dry and winged, while Zelkova has drupes. The fourth section shows the multi­ trophic nature of the mycorrhizal symbiosis. Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis is considered to be a bio-ameliorator of saline soils that can improve salinity tolerance in plants. Upward arrows indicate an increase and downward arrows a decrease relative to seedlings without mycorrhizas. (Fabaceae) is a precious ecological and economic tree species that has wide-ranging usage. One of the best examples is the mycorrhizal symbio­ sis between plants and fungi. A pot experiment was carried out under greenhouse conditions to estimate the effects of three AMF strains (Funneliformis mosseae 1, Funneliformis mosseae 2, and Diversispora tortuosa) on the growth, photosynthetic rate, and nutrient content of G. sinensis seedlings. Japanese zelkova is a deciduous shade tree or street tree that grows well in many parts of California. NM represents plants without F. mosseae inoculation; AM represents plants with F. mosseae inoculation. and need the most favorable ion balances. serrata, and in Taiwan Zelkova serrata var. The interaction between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) and AMF spore associated bacteria (SAB) were previously found to improve mycorrhizal symbiotic efficiency under saline stress, however, the information about the molecular basis of this interaction remain unknown. Salt stress affects plant growth and crop yield reduction, thus how to improve the salt tolerance of plants is full of challenges. Similar results also have been reported by other re-, in plants is considered a characteristic feature of salt, binding sites that are essential for various metabolic, ratio in AM seedlings noted in the present study indi-, tissues of AM seedlings might have helped to maintain, contributing to higher leaf Chl concentrations and thus, ratios in the roots of AM seedlings than those in NM, seedlings under saline conditions indicated that the AM, roots. The wide vase-shaped crown grows to 6 - 12 m height and spread. Epub 2013 Dec 17. Makino were investigated in the model organism Caenorhabditis elegans. Z. serrata is a deciduous tree that in the wild can reach a height in excess of 30m (100ft +) and is favoured for its ornamental characteristics. Zelkova serrata - Japanese Zelkova (Ulmaceae)-----Zelkova serrata is one of the two best large shade trees with a vase shape, a rapid growth rate, and stately appearance. Mathematical ecologists have shown since the 1970s that, if the values of K and the growth rate, r, of individual patches are arranged heterogeneously rather than homogeneously on the landscape, keeping the total values of these the same, the total abundance of the population could reach a higher level in the heterogeneous than in the homogeneous case. Mycorrhizal seedlings not only significantly increased their ability to acquire K+, Ca2+, and Mg2+, but also maintained higher K+:Na+ ratios in the leaves and lower Ca2+:Mg2+ ratios than non-mycorrhizal seedlings during salt stress. activity may be higher in leaves than that in roots. Seedlings un... Na + exclusion and na + / k + ratio adjustment by mycorrhiza enhances macro/micro nutrients uptake i... A preview of this full-text is provided by Springer Nature. Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao. Comparative physiological mechanisms of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in mitigating salt-induced adverse effects on leaves and roots of Zelkova serrata Mycorrhiza . AM plants also displayed a significant increase in the relative water content and an evident decrease in the shoot/root ratio of Na+ in the presence of 200 mM NaCl compared with NM plants. Taken together, these findings indicate that tomato plants can tolerate salinity and show rapid post-stress recovery by enhancement of their antioxidant defense and glyoxalase systems. rity of cell membranes under high salinity. In the last decade, many advances and breakthroughs have been made in mycorrhizal ecology. Chlorophyll concentrations and photosynthetic rates were also increased by AMF, and phosphorus (P), and potassium (K) content in the three organs (leaf, stem, and root), and nitrogen (N) content in the leaf and stem of arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) seedlings were significantly higher than in non-AM seedlings. Additionally, mycorrhizal colonization upregulated the expression of three chloroplast genes (RppsbA, RppsbD, and RprbcL) in leaves, and three genes (RpSOS1, RpHKT1, and RpSKOR) encoding membrane transport proteins involved in K+/Na+ homeostasis in roots. The grey trunk All the treatments were significantly better than the untreated control. In particular, AM fungus–enhanced catalase activity and reduced glutathione content only occurred in leaves, whereas an enhanced content of reduced ascorbic acid was only noted in roots. General Notes. The in vitro and in vivo antioxidant activities and its potential to protect against amyloid-P toxicity of essential oils from Zelkova serrata (Thunb.) These results suggest that AM fungus inoculation improved salinity tolerance of Z. serrata, but the physiological mechanisms differed between leaves and roots. In particular, the KLBMP5084 inoculation significantly enhance the growth of tomato seedlings compared with the control after irrigating with 200 mM NaCl, with increased fresh weight, shoot length, and the number of fibrous roots. However, the, AM fungus induced dry weight increase in both leaves, and roots, which could be because of enhanced leaf, , and root vitality of the AM seedlings. However, under salinity stress (50-, 100-, and 150-mM, NaCl), AM fungus inoculation presented 113%, 60%, and, ratios in groups treated with 50-, 100-, and, nificantly affected by the salt × AM fungus interaction, While leaf AsA concentration was significantly affe, treatment and salt × AM fungus interaction, the root AsA con-, centration was significantly affected by salt and AM fungus, pared with the no-salt control, NM seedlings showed higher, leaf AsA concentrations at 50- and 100-mM NaCl, whereas, affected by salt and AM fungus treatments, and root GSH was, also affected by the salt × AM fungus interaction (Table, leaf and root GSH concentrations increased with increasing sa-, tions differed between leaves and roots. Although, numerous studies demonstrate that photosynthesis and water status are improved by mycorrhizae, the molecular mechanisms involved have received little research attention. Mineral analysis of C. maxima. Genes involved in the photosynthesis-antenna proteins pathway, isoquinoline alkaloid biosynthesis, zeatin biosynthesis and protein processing of endoplasmic reticulum pathway were enriched to the highest degree , indicating their significance and effects in response to salt stress in tomato seedlings. Salinity induced oxidative stress by the over-accumulation of reactive oxygen species (H2O2 and O2•−) and methylglyoxal. After 2 days in the normal nutrient solution, the plants showed improvements in antioxidant and glyoxalase system activities, followed by improvements in plant growth, water balance, and chlorophyll synthesis. eCollection 2019. CX (17) 004/Jiangsu Agricultural Science and Technology Innovation Fund, 201504406/National Special Fund for Forestry Scientific Research in the Public Interest, PAPD/Priority Academic Program Development of Jiangsu Higher Education Institutions, 2169125/Doctorate Fellowship Foundation of Nanjing Forestry University. publications have reported the effects of AMF on tree species, while many studies have reported that AMF could improve salt, resistance of crops such as castor bean (, above- (e.g., leaf) and below-ground (e.g., root) or, plants. Antioxidant Activities and Reduced Amyloid-β Toxicity of 7-Hydroxycalamenene Isolated from the Essential Oil of Zelkova serrata Heartwood Pei-Ling Yena, Sen-Sung Chengb, Chia-Cheng Weic, Huan-You Lina, Vivian Hsiu-Chuan Liaoc,* and Shang-Tzen Changa,* aSchool of Forest and Resource Conservation, National Taiwan University, Taipei 10617, Taiwan b Effects of NaCl levels and AM fungus inoculation treatments on N and P contents of Z. serrata seedlings. National Center for Biotechnology Information, Unable to load your collection due to an error, Unable to load your delegates due to an error. The mycorrhizas aided the maintenance of favorable K + /Na + ratio equivocating the disruption of K + homeostasis. The, improved biochemical processes may have resulted from, a decrease in salt stress (e.g., decreased MDA and O, physiological mechanisms of alleviation of salt stress, by AM fungus inoculation, we performed detailed mea-, surements of the three potential negative impacts of, high salinity and compared the differences in these im-, adjustments that are beneficial to mitigate physiological, protection of various enzymes, membranes, and proteins, in plants caused by salt stress (Moftah and Michel, sions of plant roots to transport nutrients to host plants in, exchange for carbon (van der Heijden and Sanders, and acquire nutrients, especially immobile elements, while, activation of crucial enzymatic reactions (Maathuis and, study, an increased Ca content in leaves contributed to an, metabolic activities in leaves than that in roots require, more Ca to maintain the structural and functional integ-. The grey trunk is smooth at first with pink to brownish orange lenticels, but later it … Read more You're downloading a full-text provided by the authors of this publication. Treatment comparisons revealed that following F. mosseae inoculation, (1) nutrient deficiency caused by osmotic stress was mitigated by the fungus enhancing nutrient contents (K, Ca, and Mg) in roots and (N, P, K, Ca, and Mg) in leaves, with Ca and K contents being higher in both leaves and roots; (2) mycorrhizas alleviated ion toxicity by maintaining a favorable ion balance (e.g., K+/Na+), and this regulatory effect was higher in leaves than that in roots; and (3) oxidative damage was reduced by an increase in the activities of antioxidant enzymes and accumulation of antioxidant compounds in mycorrhizal plants although the increase differed in leaves and roots. The trunk is usually branched low down with several sturdy main branches slanting upwards. Means topped by the same letter do not differ significantly (P < 0.05) by Tukey’s honestly significant difference test, All figure content in this area was uploaded by Lu Zhai, All content in this area was uploaded by Lu Zhai on May 11, 2020, Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi enhance plan, of leaves and roots to examine the effects of, enhancing nutrient contents (K, Ca, and Mg) in roo, regulatory effect was higher in leaves than that in roots; and (3) oxidative damage was redu, antioxidant enzymes and accumulation of antioxidan, photosynthetic rate, and dry weight were higher in seedlings with AM fungus inoculation. Moreover, at the individual plant level, is characterized by a high ecological value owing to. However, when compared with leaves, enhanced K contents in, AM roots might be attributed to the higher Na content, in roots than that in leaves, which requires more K to, AMF can selectively uptake elements such as K. these ratios were increased by AM fungus inoculation. The capacity of plants to maintain a high cytosolic K + /Na + ratio is one of the key determinants of plant salt tolerance. However, the physiological mechanism of AMF in mitigating adverse impact caused by salinity stress in different tissues of woody plants is not clear. The species is monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant). To reveal the different mechanisms, our study utilized comprehensive analyses of leaves and roots to examine the effects of Funneliformis mosseae on the salinity tolerance of Zelkova serrata. As the tree ages, the crown broadens. The trunk is usually branched with several sturdy main branches. Treatment comparisons revealed that following F. mosseae inoculation, (1) nutrient deficiency caused by osmotic stress was mitigated by the fungus enhancing nutrient contents (K, Ca, and Mg) in roots and (N, P, K, Ca, and Mg) in leaves, with Ca and K contents being higher in both leaves and roots; (2) mycorrhizas alleviated ion toxicity by maintaining a favorable ion balance (e.g., K+/Na+), and this regulatory effect was higher in leaves than that in roots; and (3) oxidative damage was reduced by an increase in the activities of antioxidant enzymes and accumulation of antioxidant compounds in mycorrhizal plants although the increase differed in leaves and roots. This study suggests that the beneficial effects of AM symbiosis on the photosynthetic capacity, water status, and K+/Na+ homeostasis lead to the improved growth performance and salt tolerance of black locust exposed to salt stress. The participating AMF induce expression of genes involved in Na+ extrusion to the soil solution, K+ acquisition (by phloem loading and unloading) and release into the xylem, therefore maintaining favorable Na+:K+ ratio. The fruit of Ulmus are dry and winged, while Zelkova has drupes. Moreover, the AM fungus improved the ac-, tivities of antioxidants such as SOD, POD, CA, GSH concentration in leaves, and enhanced SOD and. C306 (drought tolerant) and HD2329 (drought susceptible), to examine its effects on plant metabolism and grain yield under irrigated and moisture-stress/rainfed conditions. It is noted for its graceful shape, clean foliage, attractive bark and resistance to Dutch elm disease. Hence, growth of G. sinensis seedlings was effectively enhanced by AMF, with F. mosseae being more suitable for the inoculation of G. sinensis seedlings. concentration limits its growth in saline soil including coastal areas. Natural Product Communications 2016 , 11 (9) , 1934578X1601100. The third section dis­ cusses the influences of mycorrhizal fungi on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. The trunk is usually branched low down with several sturdy main branches slanting upwards. 2020 Oct;31(10):3589-3596. doi: 10.13287/j.1001-9332.202010.040. 2020 May;30(2-3):341-355. doi: 10.1007/s00572-020-00954-y. P contents in leaves and roots (c, d). tions, when compared with those in the no-salt control. than those without AMF (Ruíz-Lozano et al. Numerous studies have shown that plants inoculated, with AMF exhibited higher biomass and salt tolerance. NIH There is an increasing awareness among biologists, ecologists and mycolo­ gists that mycorrhizal associations need to be considered in order to under­ stand the ecology and evolution of plants, plant communities and ecosystems. Antioxidant Activities and Reduced Amyloid-β Toxicity of 7-Hydroxycalamenene Isolated from the Essential Oil of Zelkova serrata Heartwood. Z. serrata is a deciduous tree that in the wild can reach a height in excess of 30m (100ft +) and is favoured for its ornamental characteristics. These results suggest that growing tomato with a lower R: FR value could improve seedlings’ salinity tolerance, and phytochrome B1 play an very important role in this process. A total of 191 genes were also observed differentially expressed after KLBMP5084 treatment under salt stress in leaves by transcriptome analysis. method using a spectrophotometer (UV 2700, DAOJIN), plants for all parameters except dry weights for which six, was significantly reduced at high salinity levels (100- and. These results suggest that AM fungu, inoculation improved salinity tolerance of, metabolic enzyme activities, disrupts ion balances, and, and nutrient uptake by their external mycorrhizal hyphae, This AMF-induced salt tolerance of crops could significantly, differ with both AMF species and plant species. functioned differently in leaves and roots (Fig. Here, fungi support plants with mineral nutri­ ents and other services and the fungi, in turn, receive photosynthates from the autotrophic plants. DOI: 10.1177/1934578X1601100943. Means topped by the same letter do not differ significantly (P < 0.05) by Tukey’s honestly significant difference test, of the roles of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus, Funneliformis mosseae, in alleviating salt-induced adverse effects on Z. serrata seedlings. Plants with AMF under non-saline conditions presented a high photosynthesis and biomass. Leaf dry weight (a). Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and foliar phosphorus inorganic supply alleviate salt stress effects in physiological attributes, but only arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi increase biomass in woody species of a semiarid environment, Carrying capacity in heterogeneous environments with habitat connectivity. Saline soil used had an electrical conductivity (EC) of 6.70 dS/m, while the garden soil had an EC of 0.29 dS/m. Importantly, co-inoculation significantly reduced the accumulation of proline in shoots and Na+ in roots. Few colors "pop" against the broad expanses of green in the yard like red. The homogenate, determined spectrophotometrically using the methods of, the nitro blue tetrazolium reduction method (Giannopolitis, solution, and the AsA and GSH concentrations were, determined by the methods described by Arak. Zelkova serrata – Japanese Zelkova, Keaki. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) have been proved to have the ability to alleviate salt stress in plants. Hence, growth of G. sinensis seedlings was effectively enhanced by AMF, with F. mosseae being more suitable for the inoculation of G. sinensis seedlings. NM represents plants without F. mosseae inoculation; AM represents plants with F. mosseae inoculation. It is in flower from April to May, and the seeds ripen from September to November. Salinity may limit plant growth especially in arid and semiarid regions. effects of three AMF strains (Funneliformis mosseae 1, Funneliformis mosseae 2, and Diversispora tortuosa) on the growth, photosynthetic rate, and nutrient content of G. sinensis seedlings. The results suggested the feasibility of using AMF to improve salinity tolerance as well as afforestation and rehabilitation of G. sinensis in coastal areas. The crown is shorter and more rounded than the American elm. When combined, AMF * Pi increased photosynthesis only in non-saline conditions. The second section deals with the eco-physiology of mycorrhizal plants. Colonization by AMF differentially affects expression of plasma membrane and tonoplast aquaporins (PIPs and TIPs), which consequently improves water status of the plant. Results showed that the growth parameters (seedling height, basal diameter, dry biomass) of the seedlings were significantly increased by each of the three AMF strains, associated with high root colonization rates (greater than 75%). Modern agriculture is facing twin challenge of ensuring global food security and executing it in a sustainable manner. and C2 is the electrical conductivity after the leaves were, chloride (TTC) method, as described by Joslin and, mM sodium phosphate buffer (pH 7.0). These new findings indicate that co-inoculation of AMF and SAB effectively alleviates the detrimental effects of salinity through regulation of SOS pathway gene expression and K+/Na+ homeostasis to improve maize plant growth. Seedlings of Z. serrata were exposed to four salt levels in a greenhouse with and without F. mosseae inoculation. is a valuable tree species with various phamaceutical uses; however, high soil NaCl, Salinity is the primary restriction factor for vegetation conservation and the rehabilitation of coastal areas in Eastern China. This plant does best in full sun. J Plant Physiol. Confocal laser scanning microscope (CLSM) view showed that SAB were able to move and localize into inter- and intracellular spaces of maize roots and were closely associated with the spore outer hyaline layer. Overall, the higher root ion ratios (K, ) were greater in leaves than those in roots, which, might be because leaves are the sites of photosynthesis. Under saline conditions, AM fungi significantly improved the net photosynthetic rate, quantum efficiency of photosystem II photochemistry, and K+ content in plants, but evidently reduced the Na+ content. However, physiological mechanisms of enhanced salt tolerance in leaves and roots of trees rarely have been compared. AM fungus enhanced the contents of nutrients in leaves, differently than those in roots. This research investigated whether different R: FR values affect tomato growth response and salinity tolerance. Mycorrhizal colonization significantly positively altered the expression of ZmAKT2, ZmSOS1, and ZmSKOR genes, to maintain K+ and Na+ ion homeostasis. Under saline conditions, plants showed osmotic stress responses that included low leaf relative water content and high proline content. Japanese Zelkova Zelkova serrata. Comparative Physiological and Biochemical Changes in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) Under Salt Str... Physiological mechanism of enhancing salinity tolerance of Gleditsia sinensis Lam. Conclusion: Join ResearchGate to discover and stay up-to-date with the latest research from leading experts in, Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. 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