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Effect of Elevated Ultraviolet-B Radiation on Yield and Differential Expression of Proteome in Perilla (perilla frutescens L.)
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Effect of Elevated Ultraviolet-B Radiation on Yield and Differential Expression of Proteome in Perilla (perilla frutescens L.)
Hong, Seung-Chang; Hwang, Seon-Woong; Chang, An-Cheol; Shin, Pyung-Gyun; Jang, Byoung-Choon; Lee, Chul-Won;
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 Abstract
Plastichouse cultivation for crops and vegetables in the winter has been widely popularized in Korea. In the vinylhouse Ultraviolet B penetration is lower than in the field, and so some problems, as plant overgrowth and outbreak of disease, occurred frequently. The effect of artificial supplement ultraviolet B radiation on the physiological responses and yield of perilla (perilla frutescens) was investigated UV-B ray was radiated on perilla with the 10th leaf stage at the distance of 90, 120 and 150 cm from the plant canopy for 30 days after planting in the vinylhouse. The production of fresh perilla leaves was high in the order of plastic house, ambient+50% of supplemental UV-B, ambient ambient+100% of supplemental UV-B. Enhanced UV-B radiation affected the intensity of thirty-three proteins in 2-dimensional electrophoretic analysis of proteins and ten proteins out of them seemed to be responsive to UV-B : a protein was, ATP synthase CF1 alpha chain, down regulated and nine proteins (Chlorophyll a/b bindng protein type I, Chlorophyll a/b binding protein type II precursor, Photosystem I P700 chlorophyll a apoprotein A2, DNA recombination and repair protein recF, Galactinol synthase, S-adenosyl-L-methionine, Heat shock protein 21, Calcium-dependent protein kinase(CDPK)-like, Catalase) were up-regulated.
 Keywords
Perilla;UV-B;Yield;Proteom;
 Language
Korean
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