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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27916928/the-effect-of-lupinus-albus-and-calcium-chloride-on-growth-performance-body-composition-plasma-biochemistry-and-meat-quality-of-male-pigs-immunized-against-gonadotrophin-releasing-factor
#1
Karen Moore, Bruce Mullan, Jae Cheol Kim, Frank Dunshea
Two hundred and ninety-four pigs were used to assess the effect of two ingredients (Lupinus albus (albus lupins) or a combination of calcium chloride and sodium tri-polyphosphate (mineral salts)) on growth performance, body composition and objective meat quality of pigs immunized against gonadotrophin releasing factor (immunocastrates) and entire male pigs in the late finishing phase. Pigs fed mineral salts ate less feed than those fed the control diet with no effect on growth rate (p > 0.05), backfat (p > 0...
December 1, 2016: Animals: An Open Access Journal From MDPI
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27868253/the-effect-of-lupinus-albus-seeds-on-digestibility-performance-and-gastrointestinal-tract-indices-in-pigs
#2
M Kasprowicz-Potocka, A Zaworska, S Kaczmarek, M Hejdysz, R Mikuła, A Rutkowski
The effect of soya bean meal (SBM) substitution in the diet with white lupine (WL) seeds on performances and some parameters of the digestive tract of pigs were studied. The digestibility experiment was performed on 30 pigs using difference method combined with marker method, where one group was offered basal diet and in diet of experimental groups 25% of the basal diet was substituted with SBM or WL meal. The growth experiment was conducted on 48 pigs of approximately 20 kg body weight. The animals from the control group were fed with diet containing SBM, whereas in the experimental groups 50% or 100% of SBM was substituted with WL seeds...
November 21, 2016: Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27858027/%C3%AE-galactosides-present-in-lupin-flour-affect-several-metabolic-parameters-in-wistar-rats
#3
María I Palacio, Adriana R Weisstaub, Ángela Zuleta, Analía I Etcheverría, Guillermo D Manrique
The aim of this study is to evaluate the influence of α-galactosides present in a lupin diet on metabolic parameters in growing Wistar rats. Lupin (Lupinus albus) is a rich source of non-digestible carbohydrates called α-galactosides whose beneficial health effects have been widely reported. For our investigation, twenty male Wistar rats were fed with two different diets: control (C) and lupin flour (L) for a 60-day period. The fermentation of these α-galactosides was monitored by measuring the following indicators: changes in the dynamic lactobacilli and enterobacteriaceae population, cecal content pH, generation of short chain fatty acids (SCFA), Ca and P absorption, and serum lipid (triglycerides and cholesterol) contents...
November 18, 2016: Food & Function
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27769166/expansion-of-the-phosphatidylethanolamine-binding-protein-family-in-legumes-a-case-study-of-lupinus-angustifolius-l-flowering-locus-t-homologs-lanftc1-and-lanftc2
#4
Michał Książkiewicz, Sandra Rychel, Matthew N Nelson, Katarzyna Wyrwa, Barbara Naganowska, Bogdan Wolko
BACKGROUND: The Arabidopsis FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) gene, a member of the phosphatidylethanolamine binding protein (PEBP) family, is a major controller of flowering in response to photoperiod, vernalization and light quality. In legumes, FT evolved into three, functionally diversified clades, FTa, FTb and FTc. A milestone achievement in narrow-leafed lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.) domestication was the loss of vernalization responsiveness at the Ku locus. Recently, one of two existing L...
October 21, 2016: BMC Genomics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27706815/influence-of-the-isolation-method-on-the-technofunctional-properties-of-protein-isolates-from-lupinus-angustifolius-l
#5
Isabel S Muranyi, Clemens Otto, Claudia Pickardt, Raffael Osen, Peter Koehler, Ute Schweiggert-Weisz
The technofunctional properties of 2 protein isolates from Lupinus angustifolius L. Vitabor isolated by different procedures were investigated. The lupin protein isolate prepared by aqueous alkaline extraction with subsequent isoelectric precipitation (ILP) showed a significantly higher degree of protein denaturation and lower denaturation temperatures than the one obtained by aqueous salt-induced extraction followed by dilutive precipitation (MLP) as determined by differential scanning calorimetry. Rheological investigations revealed higher firmness and a viscoelastic solid-like behavior of ILP, in contrast to MLP that showed viscoelastic, liquid-like properties...
October 5, 2016: Journal of Food Science
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27689739/the-influence-of-abscisic-acid-on-the-ethylene-biosynthesis-pathway-in-the-functioning-of-the-flower-abscission-zone-in-lupinus-luteus
#6
Emilia Wilmowicz, Kamil Frankowski, Agata Kućko, Michał Świdziński, Juan de Dios Alché, Anna Nowakowska, Jan Kopcewicz
Flower abscission is a highly regulated developmental process activated in response to exogenous (e.g. changing environmental conditions) and endogenous stimuli (e.g. phytohormones). Ethylene (ET) and abscisic acid (ABA) are very effective stimulators of flower abortion in Lupinus luteus, which is a widely cultivated species in Poland, Australia and Mediterranean countries. In this paper, we show that artificial activation of abscission by flower removal caused an accumulation of ABA in the abscission zone (AZ)...
September 21, 2016: Journal of Plant Physiology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27658402/edta-and-hydrochloric-acid-effects-on-mercury-accumulation-by-lupinus-albus
#7
Luis Rodríguez, Jacinto Alonso-Azcárate, José Villaseñor, Laura Rodríguez-Castellanos
The efficiency of white lupine (Lupinus albus) to uptake and accumulate mercury from a soil polluted by mining activities was assessed in a pot experiment with chemically assisted phytoextraction. The mobilizing agents tested were ethylenediaminetetracetic acid (EDTA) and hydrochloric acid (HCl). Two doses of each amendment were used (0.5 and 1.0 g of amendment per kg of soil), and unamended pots were used as a control. Addition of HCl to the soil did not negatively affect plant biomass, while the use of EDTA led to a significant decrease in plant growth when compared to that found for non-treated pots, with plants visually showing symptoms of toxicity...
September 22, 2016: Environmental Science and Pollution Research International
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27638916/lost-crops-of-the-incas-origins-of-domestication-of-the-andean-pulse-crop-tarwi-lupinus-mutabilis
#8
Guy W Atchison, Bruno Nevado, Ruth J Eastwood, Natalia Contreras-Ortiz, Carlos Reynel, Santiago Madriñán, Dmitry A Filatov, Colin E Hughes
PREMISE OF THE STUDY: The Andean highlands are a hotspot of domestication, yet our understanding of the origins of early Andean agriculture remains fragmentary. Key questions of where, when, how many times, and from what progenitors many Andean crops were domesticated remain unanswered. The Andean lupine crop tarwi (Lupinus mutabilis) is a regionally important pulse crop with exceptionally high seed protein and oil content and is the focus of modern breeding efforts, but its origins remain obscure...
September 2016: American Journal of Botany
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27557478/a-comprehensive-draft-genome-sequence-for-lupin-lupinus-angustifolius-an-emerging-health-food-insights-into-plant-microbe-interactions-and-legume-evolution
#9
James K Hane, Yao Ming, Lars G Kamphuis, Matthew N Nelson, Gagan Garg, Craig A Atkins, Philipp E Bayer, Armando Bravo, Scott Bringans, Steven Cannon, David Edwards, Rhonda Foley, Ling-Ling Gao, Maria J Harrison, Wei Huang, Bhavna Hurgobin, Sean Li, Cheng-Wu Liu, Annette McGrath, Grant Morahan, Jeremy Murray, James Weller, Jianbo Jian, Karam B Singh
Lupins are important grain legume crops that form a critical part of sustainable farming systems, reducing fertilizer use and providing disease breaks. It has a basal phylogenetic position relative to other crop and model legumes and a high speciation rate. Narrow-leafed lupin (NLL; Lupinus angustifolius L.) is gaining popularity as a health food, which is high in protein and dietary fibre but low in starch and gluten-free. We report the draft genome assembly (609 Mb) of NLL cultivar Tanjil, which has captured > 98% of the gene content, sequences of additional lines and a dense genetic map...
August 24, 2016: Plant Biotechnology Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27539588/messages-from-the-other-side-parasites-receive-damage-cues-from-their-host-plants
#10
Muvari Connie Tjiurutue, Philip C Stevenson, Lynn S Adler
As sessile organisms, plants rely on their environment for cues indicating imminent herbivory. These cues can originate from tissues on the same plant or from different individuals. Since parasitic plants form vascular connections with their host, parasites have the potential to receive cues from hosts that allow them to adjust defenses against future herbivory. However, the role of plant communication between hosts and parasites for herbivore defense remains poorly investigated. Here, we examined the effects of damage to lupine hosts (Lupinus texensis) on responses of the attached hemiparasite (Castilleja indivisa), and indirectly, on a specialist herbivore of the parasite, buckeyes (Junonia coenia)...
August 2016: Journal of Chemical Ecology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27516770/a-first-glimpse-of-wild-lupin-karyotype-variation-as-revealed-by-comparative-cytogenetic-mapping
#11
Karolina Susek, Wojciech K Bielski, Robert Hasterok, Barbara Naganowska, Bogdan Wolko
Insight into plant genomes at the cytomolecular level provides useful information about their karyotype structure, enabling inferences about taxonomic relationships and evolutionary origins. The Old World lupins (OWL) demonstrate a high level of genomic diversification involving variation in chromosome numbers (2n = 32-52), basic chromosome numbers (x = 5-7, 9, 13) and in nuclear genome size (2C DNA = 0.97-2.68 pg). Lupins comprise both crop and wild species and provide an intriguing system to study karyotype evolution...
2016: Frontiers in Plant Science
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27498896/widespread-adaptive-evolution-during-repeated-evolutionary-radiations-in-new-world-lupins
#12
Bruno Nevado, Guy W Atchison, Colin E Hughes, Dmitry A Filatov
The evolutionary processes that drive rapid species diversification are poorly understood. In particular, it is unclear whether Darwinian adaptation or non-adaptive processes are the primary drivers of explosive species diversifications. Here we show that repeated rapid radiations within New World lupins (Lupinus, Leguminosae) were underpinned by a major increase in the frequency of adaptation acting on coding and regulatory changes genome-wide. This contrasts with far less frequent adaptation in genomes of slowly diversifying lupins and all other plant genera analysed...
2016: Nature Communications
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27418400/the-loss-of-vernalization-requirement-in-narrow-leafed-lupin-is-associated-with-a-deletion-in-the-promoter-and-de-repressed-expression-of-a-flowering-locus-t-ft-homologue
#13
Matthew N Nelson, Michał Książkiewicz, Sandra Rychel, Naghmeh Besharat, Candy M Taylor, Katarzyna Wyrwa, Ricarda Jost, William Erskine, Wallace A Cowling, Jens D Berger, Jacqueline Batley, James L Weller, Barbara Naganowska, Bogdan Wolko
Adaptation of Lupinus angustifolius (narrow-leafed lupin) to cropping in southern Australian and northern Europe was transformed by a dominant mutation (Ku) that removed vernalization requirement for flowering. The Ku mutation is now widely used in lupin breeding to confer early flowering and maturity. We report here the identity of the Ku mutation. We used a range of genetic, genomic and gene expression approaches to determine whether Flowering Locus T (FT) homologues are associated with the Ku locus. One of four FT homologues present in the narrow-leafed lupin genome, LanFTc1, perfectly co-segregated with the Ku locus in a reference mapping population...
July 15, 2016: New Phytologist
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27324580/relationships-between-aphids-insecta-homoptera-aphididae-and-slugs-gastropoda-stylommatophora-agriolimacidae-pests-of-legumes-fabaceae-lupinus
#14
Jan Kozłowski, Przemysław Strażyński, Monika Jaskulska, Maria Kozłowska
Lupin plants are frequently damaged by various herbivorous invertebrates. Significant among these are slugs and aphids, which sometimes attack the same plants. Relationships between aphids, slugs and food plant are very interesting. Grazing by these pests on young plants can lead to significant yield losses. There is evidence that the alkaloids present in some lupin plants may reduce grazing by slugs, aphids and other invertebrates. In laboratory study was analyzed the relationships between aphid Aphis craccivora and slug Deroceras reticulatum pests of legumes Lupinus angustifolius...
2016: Journal of Insect Science
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27285814/microclimatic-variation-in-uv-perception-and-related-disparity-in-tropane-and-quinolizidine-alkaloid-composition-of-atropa-acuminata-lupinus-polyphyllus-and-hyoscyamus-niger
#15
Sumira Jan, Azra N Kamili, Javid A Parray, Yashbir S Bedi, Parvaiz Ahmad
The aim of current research was to evaluate the physiological adjustment in three medicinal herbs viz., Atropa acuminata, Lupinus polyphyllus and Hyoscyamus niger to the winter period characterised by intense UV flux in Kashmir valley across the North Western Himalaya. Quinolizidine (QA) and tropane alkaloid (TA) concentrations were analysed in these herbs thriving at two different altitudes via GC-MS and correlated by PCA analysis. This study investigated the hypothesis that UV reflectance and absorbance at low temperatures are directly related to disparity in alkaloid accumulation...
August 2016: Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology. B, Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27263113/iron-plaque-formed-under-aerobic-conditions-efficiently-immobilizes-arsenic-in-lupinus-albus-l-roots
#16
Teresa Fresno, Jesús M Peñalosa, Jakob Santner, Markus Puschenreiter, Thomas Prohaska, Eduardo Moreno-Jiménez
Arsenic is a non-threshold carcinogenic metalloid. Thus, human exposure should be minimised, e.g. by chemically stabilizing As in soil. Since iron is a potential As immobiliser, it was investigated whether root iron plaque, formed under aerobic conditions, affects As uptake, metabolism and distribution in Lupinus albus plants. White lupin plants were cultivated in a continuously aerated hydroponic culture containing Fe/EDDHA or FeSO4 and exposed to arsenate (5 or 20 μM). Only FeSO4 induced surficial iron plaque in roots...
September 2016: Environmental Pollution
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27262285/sparteine-as-an-anticonvulsant-drug-evidence-and-possible-mechanism-of-action
#17
REVIEW
Fridha Villalpando-Vargas, Laura Medina-Ceja
Sparteine is a quinolizidine alkaloid extracted from Lupinus that has numerous pharmacological properties both in humans and animal models. In the central nervous system, sparteine reduces locomotor activity, has light analgesic effects, also has no effects on short-term memory or spatial learning and does not induce changes in behavior or electroencephalographic (EEG) activity. However, the anticonvulsant profile of sparteine is not fully characterized in experimental animals and there are no data in humans...
July 2016: Seizure: the Journal of the British Epilepsy Association
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27242812/clarification-on-host-range-of-didymella-pinodes-the-causal-agent-of-pea-ascochyta-blight
#18
Eleonora Barilli, Maria José Cobos, Diego Rubiales
Didymella pinodes is the principal causal agent of ascochyta blight, one of the most important fungal diseases of pea (Pisum sativum) worldwide. Understanding its host specificity has crucial implications in epidemiology and management; however, this has not been clearly delineated yet. In this study we attempt to clarify the host range of D. pinodes and to compare it with that of other close Didymella spp. D. pinodes was very virulent on pea accessions, although differences in virulence were identified among isolates...
2016: Frontiers in Plant Science
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27236566/diversity-of-bradyrhizobium-strains-nodulating-lupinus-micranthus-on-both-sides-of-the-western-mediterranean-algeria-and-spain
#19
Yasmina Bourebaba, David Durán, Farida Boulila, Hadjira Ahnia, Abdelghani Boulila, Francisco Temprano, José M Palacios, Juan Imperial, Tomás Ruiz-Argüeso, Luis Rey
Lupinus micranthus is a lupine distributed in the Mediterranean basin whose nitrogen fixing symbiosis has not been described in detail. In this study, 101 slow-growing nodule isolates were obtained from L. micranthus thriving in soils on both sides of the Western Mediterranean. The diversity of the isolates, 60 from Algeria and 41 from Spain, was addressed by multilocus sequence analysis of housekeeping genes (16S rRNA, atpD, glnII and recA) and one symbiotic gene (nodC). Using genomic fingerprints from BOX elements, 37 different profiles were obtained (22 from Algeria and 15 from Spain)...
May 16, 2016: Systematic and Applied Microbiology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27232549/emulsifying-and-foaming-properties-of-different-protein-fractions-obtained-from-a-novel-lupin-variety-aluprot-cgna-%C3%A2-lupinus-luteus
#20
César Burgos-Díaz, José A Piornos, Traudy Wandersleben, Takahiro Ogura, Xaviera Hernández, Mónica Rubilar
The use of vegetable proteins as food ingredient is becoming increasingly important due to their high versatility and environmental acceptability. This work describes a chemical characterization and techno-functional properties (emulsifying and foaming properties) of 3 protein fractions obtained from a protein-rich novel lupin variety, AluProt-CGNA(®) . This nongenetically modified variety have a great protein content in dehulled seeds (60.6 g protein/100 g, dry matter), which is higher than soybean and other lupin varieties...
July 2016: Journal of Food Science
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