نتایج جستجو برای Wheat

تعداد نتایج: 18512  

2017
G. I. Aradottir, J. L. Martin, S. J. Clark, J. A. Pickett, L. E. Smart,

Insect pests can reduce wheat yield by direct feeding and transmission of plant viruses. Here we report results from laboratory and field phenotyping studies on a wide range of wheat, including landraces from the Watkins collection deriving from before the green revolution, more modern cultivars from the Gediflux collection (north-western Europe) and modern UK Elite varieties, for resistance to...

2001

The loss of kernels lowers the yield, whereas damaged kernels reduce the grade of the harvested wheat. Standards established by the Canadian Grain Commission limit midge damage in No. 1 CWRS and No. 2 CWRS to 2 per cent and 8 per cent respectively, before grade is affected. Damage tolerances for amber durum are 2 per cent for No. 1 CWAD and 8 per cent for No. 2 CWAD. However, if disease associa...

2014
R. Siva Shankar,

In recent years, extensive studies have been carried out on natural fiber reinforced thermoplastics due to their low cost, high specific properties, simple fabrication methods, biodegradable nature and diverse applications touching all commercial sectors. The challenge is to make composites with properties that are not overly compromised by the use of low technology. In this work, we review the...

2010
Lana A Rosenfield, Chrystyna Kalicinsky,

Background Wheat Dependent Exercise Induced Anaphylaxis (WDEIA) is a form of Food Dependent Exercise Induced Anaphylaxis. WDEIA occurs when there is an allergic reaction following the ingestion of wheat, coupled with exercise [1]. The suspected allergen that is responsible for WDEIA is omega5gliadin [2]. We report a series of adult clinical cases of WDEIA recorded between 2006-2009 at Health Sc...

Journal: :The Journal of Cell Biology 1982
M Mishkind, N V Raikhel, B A Palevitz, K Keegstra,

Immunocytological techniques were developed to localize the plant lectin, wheat germ agglutinin (WGA), in the tissues and cells of wheat plants. In a previous study we demonstrated with a radioimmunoassay that the lectin is present in wheat embryos and adult plants both in the roots and at the base of the stem. We have now found, using rhodamine, peroxidase, and ferritin-labeled secondary antib...

Journal: :Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. C, Journal of biosciences 2002
Mohase Lintle, Amie J van der Westhuizen,

Elicitors are molecules which can induce the activation of plant defence responses. Elicitor activity of intercellular wash fluid from Russian wheat aphid, Diuraphis noxia (Mordvilko) infested resistant (cv Tugela DN), and susceptible (cv Tugela), wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), was investigated. Known Russian wheat aphid resistance related responses such as peroxidase and beta-1,3-glucanase acti...

2006
H. Hauggaard-Nielsen,

Field pea (Pisum sativum L.) and wheat (Triticum sativum L.) were either sole cropped or intercropped in a complete design of five relative proportions and five density levels to determine the effects of interspecific interaction in an intercrop on wheat baking quality. It is shown how pea interspecific competitive ability for factors such as light and water results in an increase in wheat prot...

2012
HAN CHEN, XING - PEI LIANG, HUA HUO,

In the paper, the three-dimensional numerical model and the data interface between database and calculating program are established for the prediction of wheat temperature variation during the practical grain storage. Due to the temperature-dependence of thermal properties of wheat, the nonlinear transient finite element simulation of the wheat temperature field is carried out. The numerical re...

Journal: :Plant physiology 1980
M Mishkind, K Keegstra, B A Palevitz,

A liquid phase, competition-binding radioimmunoassay for wheat germ agglutinin, with a detection limit of 10 nanograms, was developed in order to determine the distribution of this lectin in young wheat plants. Affinity columns for wheat germ agglutinin removed all antigenically detectable activity from crude extracts of wheat tissue; thus, the antigenic cross-reactivity detected by the assay p...

2010
Borbála Erdei, Zsolt Barta, Bálint Sipos, Kati Réczey, Mats Galbe, Guido Zacchi,

BACKGROUND Bioethanol can be produced from sugar-rich, starch-rich (first generation; 1G) or lignocellulosic (second generation; 2G) raw materials. Integration of 2G ethanol with 1G could facilitate the introduction of the 2G technology. The capital cost per ton of fuel produced would be diminished and better utilization of the biomass can be achieved. It would, furthermore, decrease the energy...

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