The crucial role of roots in increased cadmium-tolerance and Cd-accumulation in the pea mutant SGECd (t)

Belimov AA, Malkov NV, Puhalsky JV, Tsyganov VE, Bodyagina KB, Safronova VI, Dietz K-J, Tikhonovich IA (2018)
BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM 62(3): 543-550.

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Belimov, A. A.; Malkov, N. V.; Puhalsky, J. V.; Tsyganov, V. E.; Bodyagina, K. B.; Safronova, V. I.; Dietz, Karl-JosefUniBi; Tikhonovich, I. A.
Abstract / Bemerkung
Elucidation of mechanisms underlying plant tolerance to cadmium, a widespread toxic soil pollutant, and accumulation of Cd in plants are urgent tasks. For this purposes, the pea (Pisum sativum L.) mutant SGECd (t) (obtained by treatment of the laboratory pea line SGE with ethylmethane sulfonate) was reciprocally grafted with the parental line SGE, and four scion/rootstock combinations were obtained: SGE/SGE, SGECd (t) /SGECd (t) , SGE/SGECd (t) , and SGECd (t) /SGE. They were grown in hydroponics in the presence of 1 mu M CdCl2 for 30 d. The SGE and SGECd (t) scions on the SGECd (t) rootstock had a higher root and shoot biomass and an elevated root and shoot Cd content compared with the grafts having SGE rootstock. Only the grafts with the SGE rootstock showed chlorosis and roots demonstrating symptoms of Cd toxicity. The content of nutrient elements in roots (Fe, K, Mg, Mn, Na, P, and Zn) was higher in the grafts having the SGECd (t) rootstock, and three elements, namely Ca, Fe, and Mn, were efficiently transported by the SGECd (t) root to the shoot of these grafts. The content of other measured elements (K, Mg, Na, P, and Zn) was similar in the root and shoot in all the grafts. Then, the non-grafted plants were grown in the presence of Cd and subjected to deficit or excess concentrations of Ca, Fe, or Mn. Exclusion of these elements from the nutrient solution retained or increased differences between SGE and SGECd (t) in growth response to Cd toxicity, whereas excess of Ca, Fe, or Mn decreased or eliminated such differences. The obtained results assign a principal role of roots to realizing the increased Cd-tolerance and Cdaccumulation in the SGECd (t) mutant. Efficient translocation of Ca, Fe, and Mn from roots to shoots appeared to counteract Cd toxicity, although Cd was actively taken up by roots and accumulated in shoots.
Stichworte
calcium; grafting; heavy metals; iron; magnesium; manganese; phosphorus; potassium; sodium; zinc
Erscheinungsjahr
2018
Zeitschriftentitel
BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
Band
62
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
543-550
ISSN
0006-3134
eISSN
1573-8264
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2921217

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Belimov AA, Malkov NV, Puhalsky JV, et al. The crucial role of roots in increased cadmium-tolerance and Cd-accumulation in the pea mutant SGECd (t). BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM. 2018;62(3):543-550.
Belimov, A. A., Malkov, N. V., Puhalsky, J. V., Tsyganov, V. E., Bodyagina, K. B., Safronova, V. I., Dietz, K. - J., et al. (2018). The crucial role of roots in increased cadmium-tolerance and Cd-accumulation in the pea mutant SGECd (t). BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM, 62(3), 543-550. doi:10.1007/s10535-018-0789-0
Belimov, A. A., Malkov, N. V., Puhalsky, J. V., Tsyganov, V. E., Bodyagina, K. B., Safronova, V. I., Dietz, K. - J., and Tikhonovich, I. A. (2018). The crucial role of roots in increased cadmium-tolerance and Cd-accumulation in the pea mutant SGECd (t). BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM 62, 543-550.
Belimov, A.A., et al., 2018. The crucial role of roots in increased cadmium-tolerance and Cd-accumulation in the pea mutant SGECd (t). BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM, 62(3), p 543-550.
A.A. Belimov, et al., “The crucial role of roots in increased cadmium-tolerance and Cd-accumulation in the pea mutant SGECd (t)”, BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM, vol. 62, 2018, pp. 543-550.
Belimov, A.A., Malkov, N.V., Puhalsky, J.V., Tsyganov, V.E., Bodyagina, K.B., Safronova, V.I., Dietz, K.-J., Tikhonovich, I.A.: The crucial role of roots in increased cadmium-tolerance and Cd-accumulation in the pea mutant SGECd (t). BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM. 62, 543-550 (2018).
Belimov, A. A., Malkov, N. V., Puhalsky, J. V., Tsyganov, V. E., Bodyagina, K. B., Safronova, V. I., Dietz, Karl-Josef, and Tikhonovich, I. A. “The crucial role of roots in increased cadmium-tolerance and Cd-accumulation in the pea mutant SGECd (t)”. BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM 62.3 (2018): 543-550.