Biosynthesis of ethylene (ethene) is mainly performed by plants and some bacteria and fungi, via two distinct metabolic routes. Plants use two steps, starting with S-adenosylmethionine, while the ethylene-forming microbes perform an oxygen dependent reaction using 2-oxoglutarate and arginine. Introduction of these systems into Saccharomyces cerevisiae was studied in silico. The reactions were added to a metabolic network of yeast and flux over the two networks was optimised for maximal ethylene formation. The maximal ethylene yields obtained for the two systems were similar in the range of 7-8-mol ethylene/10-mol glucose. The microbial metabolic network was used for testing different strategies to increase the ethylene formation. It was suggested that supplementation of exogenous proline, using a solely NAD-coupled glutamate dehydrogenase, and using glutamate as the nitrogen source, could increase the ethylene formation. Comparison of these in silico results with published experimental data for yeast
Fruit ripening represents a complex system of genetic and hormonal regulation of eukaryotic development unique to plants. We are using tomato ripening mutants as tools to elucidate genetic components of ripening regulation and have recently demonstrated that the Never-ripe (Nr) mutant is insensitive to the plant growth regulator ethylene (M.B. Lanahan, H.-C. Yen, J.J. Giovannoni, H.J. Klee [1994] Plant Cell 6: 521-530). We report here ethylene sensitivity over a range of concentrations in normal and Nr tomato seedlings and show that the Nr mutant retains residual sensitivity to as little as 1 part per million of ethylene. Analysis of ripening-related gene expression in normal and mutant ethylene-treated fruit demonstrates that Nr exerts its influence on development at least in part at the level of ethylene-inducible gene expression. We have additionally used cloned tomato and Arabidopsis sequences known to influence ethylene perception as restriction fragment length polymorphism probes, and have ...
Recent work has shown that the ethylene receptors function as negative regulators in ethylene signaling. Mutational loss of multiple receptors results in plants that display a constitutive ethylene response phenotype (Hua and Meyerowitz, 1998), presumably through the loss of activators of CTR1, a downstream MAPKKK that actively suppresses ethylene responses (Kieber et al., 1993). It is probable that the receptors regulate CTR1 activity directly because ETR1, ERS1, and, as we have demonstrated, ETR2, associate with CTR1s amino-terminal regulatory domain in the yeast two-hybrid assay and in vitro (Clark et al., 1998). It was not reported that single or double loss-of-function receptor mutants displayed ethylene response phenotypes (Hua and Meyerowitz, 1998). Through careful analysis of the receptor null mutants, we have found that loss of even one ethylene receptor, specifically ETR1, results in a significant increase in ethylene responsiveness in Arabidopsis. This is consistent with what has ...
By protein-protein interaction screening with OBF4 we have isolated an Arabidopsis GCC box-binding protein called AtEBP. The GCC box, also referred to as the AGC box (10), GCC element (11), or AGCCGCC sequence (13), is an ethylene-responsive element found in the promoters of a large number of PR genes whose expression is up-regulated following pathogen attack. However, the GCC box has not been found in the promoters of ethylene-regulated genes involved in other ethylene responses, such as fruit ripening (37). AtEBP shares strong homology with the DNA-binding domains of a group of tobacco GCC box-binding proteins called EREBPs (12). However, there is no homology between AtEBP and the tobacco EREBPs outside the EREBP DNA-binding domain. While further studies will be required to determine the range of DNA-binding sites for AtEBP and related EREBPs, the 11-bp GCC box is very conserved in PR gene promoters, suggesting it may be an optimal site, at least for some of these proteins.. Southern blot ...
We have detected a physical association between the presumed regulatory domain of the CTR1 protein kinase and the predicted histidine protein kinase domain of the ETR1 and ERS ethylene receptors in both the yeast two-hybrid assay and in vitro. We also observed an in vitro association between the amino-terminal domain of CTR1 and the receiver domain of ETR1. These findings support previous genetic data indicating that CTR1 acts at or downstream of both ETR1 and ERS in the ethylene signal transduction pathway of Arabidopsis. Furthermore, our results suggest that CTR1 might be part of an ethylene receptor complex(es) in Arabidopsis and that the regulation of CTR1 activity by ethylene may involve direct interactions with the two-component receptors.. Based on sequence analysis, CTR1 is a member of the Raf family of serine/threonine protein kinases identified in Caenorhabditis, Drosophila, and mammals (4). Activation of mammalian Raf is known to involve a number of factors: interaction with the small ...
Exogenous ethylene is commonly used as a commercial sprouting inhibitor of potato tubers. The role of ethylene in the control of sprouting of sweetpotato roots, however, is not known. The aim of this study was to investigate the role of ethylene in control of sprouting in sweetpotato roots by observing the effect of an ethylene synthesis inhibitor, aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG), and the ethylene antagonist, 1-methylcyclopropene (1-MCP), in the presence and absence of exogenous ethylene on root sprouting and associated sugar accumulation. Continuous exposure to 10 μl L−1 ethylene, 24 h exposure to 625 nl L−1 1-MCP or dipping in 100 μl L−1 AVG all inhibited sprout growth in sweetpotato roots of two varieties over 4 weeks of storage at 25 °C. The observations that both ethylene on its own and 1-MCP, which inhibits ethylene action, inhibit sprout growth indicate that while continuous exposure to exogenous ethylene leads to sprout growth inhibition, ethylene is also required for sprouting. ...
Increase in ACC increases both endogenous ethylene and the concentration of the activated form of auxin receptor, Ra*. Ethylene and Ra* contribute antagonistica
Abstract. In order to efficiently utilize natural cellulose materials to produce ethylene, three expression vectors containing the ethylene-forming enzyme (efe) gene from Pseudomonas syringae pv. glycinea were constructed. The target gene was respectively controlled by different promoters: cbh I promoter from Trichoderma reesei cellobiohydrolases I gene, gpd promoter from Aspergillus nidulans glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase gene and pgk I promoter from T. reesei 3-phosphoglycerate kinase I gene. After transforming into T. reesei QM9414, 43 stable transformants were obtained by PCR amplification and ethylene determination. Southern blot analysis of 14 transformants demonstrated that the efe gene was integrated into chromosomal DNA with copy numbers from 1 to 4. Reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) analysis of 6 transformants showed that the heterologous gene was transcribed. By using wheat straw as a carbon source, the ethylene production rates of aforementioned 14 ...
Metabolic engineering and synthetic biology of cyanobacteria offer a promising sustainable alternative approach for fossil-based ethylene production, by using sunlight via oxygenic photosynthesis, to convert carbon dioxide directly into ethylene. Towards this, both well-studied cyanobacteria, i.e., Synechocystis sp PCC 6803 and Synechococcus elongatus PCC 7942, have been engineered to produce ethylene by introducing the ethylene-forming enzyme (Efe) from Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola PK2 (the Kudzu strain), which catalyzes the conversion of the ubiquitous tricarboxylic acid cycle intermediate 2-oxoglutarate into ethylene. This study focuses on Synechocystis sp PCC 6803 and shows stable ethylene production through the integration of a codon-optimized version of the efe gene under control of the Ptrc promoter and the core Shine-Dalgarno sequence (5′-AGGAGG-3′) as the ribosome-binding site (RBS), at the slr0168 neutral site. We have increased ethylene production twofold by RBS screening and
The role of ethylene in the development of nonclimacteric fruits has received much less attention than for climacteric fruits. However, it is well known that citrus, as well as other nonclimacteric fruits, respond to treatment with ethylene (Goldschmidt, 1997) and that antagonists of ethylene action can inhibit normal developmental changes in citrus (Goldschmidt et al., 1993; Sisler et al., 1999; Zhong et al., 2001) lending further support for the role of ethylene.. Ethylene treatment leads to the loss of green color in grapefruit (Figs. 1 and 4) and other citrus fruits (Eilati and Goldschmidt, 1969; Garcia-Luis et al., 1986; Goldschmidt et al., 1977; Purvis and Barmore, 1981; Shimokawa et al., 1978). The effect of ethylene on color change in citrus fruit has been shown to be related to an increase in chlorophyllase activity (Purvis and Barmore, 1981; Shimokawa et al., 1978; Trebitsh et al., 1993) and also an increase in the abundance of chlorophyllase messenger RNA (Jacob-Wilk et al., 1999). In ...
Analysis of ethylene biosynthesis gene expression profile during titanium dioxide (TiO2) treatment to develop a new banana postharvest technology
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ERS (ethylene response sensor), a gene in the Arabidopsis thaliana ethylene hormone-response pathway, was uncovered by cross-hybridization with the Arabidopsis ETR1 gene. The deduced ERS protein has sequence similarity with the amino-terminal domain and putative histidine protein kinase domain of ETR1, but it does not have a receiver domain as found in ETR1. A missense mutation identical to the dominant etr1-4 mutation was introduced into the ERS gene. The altered ERS gene conferred dominant ethylene insensitivity to wild-type Arabidopsis. Double-mutant analysis indicates that ERS acts upstream of the CTR1 protein kinase gene in the ethylene-response pathway. ...
Phytohormones are essential for integrating many aspects of plant development and responses to the environment. Regulation of hormonally controlled events occurs at multiple levels: synthesis, catabolism and perception (Trewavas 1983, Bradford and Trewavas 1994). At the level of perception, sensitivity to hormones can be regulated both spatially and temporally during the life cycle. An example of spatial regulation is the differential response to a hormone that occurs during organ abscission. Temporally, sensitivity of an organ to a hormone may change during maturation, as occurs during fruit ripening. In this review, we will focus on the initial event in recognition of one hormone, ethylene. The ethylene receptor was the first plant hormone receptor to be unambiguously identified. Over the last few years, great progress has been made in elucidating the genes involved in ethylene action. Nonetheless, the mechanisms of signal transduction remain to be established. Here, we will address the status ...
Disclosed is a microcapsule composition for inhibiting an ethylene response in plants, which comprises a plurality of microcapsules, each including an agent for blocking an ethylene binding site in plants in an oil droplet, and a coating encapsulating the oil droplet and the agent for blocking the ethylene binding site in plants. A method for preparing microcapsules of an agent for blocking the ethylene binding site in plants, and a method for inhibiting an ethylene response in plants are also disclosed.
J. Haubrich, Conrad Becker, K. Wandelt. Adsorption and interaction energy of π ethene on Pt(111) and Pt alloys: A detailed analysis of vibrational, energetic and electronic properties. Surface Science, Elsevier, 2009, 603 (10-12), pp.1476-1485. ⟨hal-02024050⟩ ...
Biology and Biotechnology of the Plant Hormone Ethylene II by Klee, H. and Eu-Tmr-Euroconference Symposium on Biolo and Kanellis, A. K. available in Hardcover on Powells.com, also read synopsis and rThese papers assess existing knowledge and develop ideas on the mechanisms of ethylene synthesis,...
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The potential for ethylene-induced abscission among Verticordia species used for cut flowers (V. nitens, V. chrysantha, V. plumosa, and V. densiflora) was studied by treating them with 2-chloroethyl-phosphonic acid (ethephon) or exposing them to dilute ethylene gas. The possibility that ethylene production induced by water stress may cause flower abscission was also investigated. Dipping in ethephon (500 or 1000 mg/L) failed to induce flower abscission in V chrysantha or V plumosa. Treatment with ethylene (8.6 μL/L) failed to induce flower abscission in V. densiflora. Ethephon and ethylene both induced substantial flower, pedicel, and leaf abscission in V. nitens. Pretreatment with silver thiosulfate prevented ethylene-induced flower abscission in V nitens. Dehydrating stems for periods of 6, 12, 24, or 48 h at about 20°C did not induce flower abscission in either V plunzosa or V nitens. Dehydration periods of 6 and 12 h had no effect on longevity. Longer drying periods (24 and 48 h) induced ...
The Arabidopsis root produces a position-dependent pattern of hair-bearing and hairless cell types during epidermis development. Five loci (TRANSPARENT TESTA GLABRA [TTG], GLABRA2 [GL2], ROOT HAIR DEFECTIVE6 [RHD6], CONSTITUTIVE TRIPLE RESPONSE1 [CTR1], and AUXIN RESISTANT2 [AXR2]) and the plant hormones ethylene and auxin have been reported to affect the production of root hair and hairless cells in the Arabidopsis root. In this study, genetic, molecular, and physiological tests were employed to define the roles of these loci and hormones. Epistasis tests and reporter gene studies indicated that the hairless cell-promoting genes TTG and GL2 are likely to act early to negatively regulate the ethylene and auxin pathways. Studies of the developmental timing of the hormone effects indicated that ethylene and auxin pathways promote root hair outgrowth after cell-type differentiation has been initiated. The genetic analysis of ethylene-and auxin-related mutations showed that root hair formation is ...
Author Summary Plant immunity, similar to that in animals, also involves mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) cascades. However, plants use unique MAPK substrates and secondary signaling molecules in the process. Among them, ethylene, a gaseous plant hormone, plays critical roles. Ethylene-regulated responses begin with the induction of ethylene biosynthesis. 1-amino-cyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid synthase (ACS) catalyzes the committing and rate-limiting step in ethylene biosynthetic pathway. The Arabidopsis genome encodes nine different ACS isoforms. Two of them, ACS2 and ACS6, were previously shown to be phosphorylated and stabilized by MPK3 and MPK6, two Arabidopsis pathogen-responsive MAPKs. Using a genetic approach, we identified additional ACS isoforms including ACS7, ACS8, and ACS11 that also contribute to pathogen-induced ethylene production. In addition to direct phosphorylation modification and stabilization of ACS2 and ACS6 proteins, MPK3 and MPK6 also regulate the expression of ACS2 and
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EFE was inserted in two B. subtilis plasmids under the control of two different inducible promoters. We tried to express EFE and measure ethylene by GC. However, ethylene was not detected. We are now trying to understand if it is a problem of expression or functionality of the enzyme. Interestingly, induced samples showed a distinct smell of sulfur. The presence of sulfur was confirmed by exposure of the culture to a lead acetate paper strip. One hypothesis could be that B. subtilis is capable of converting rapidly ethylene into other mercapto-compounds. Ethylene diffusion in jars Different fruits need different concentrations of ethylene to ripen. To create a ripening machine device, we also thought to estimate the diffusion of ethylene. We performed then a kinetic assay for ethylene diffusion in jars of different volumes (1000 ml and 1500 ml) connected to a flask of induced culture by micro gas chromatography. The data obtained were then compared with ethylene expected values calculated on the ...
GbERF belongs to the ERF (ethylene responsive factor) family of transcription factors and regulates the GCC-box containing pathogen-related (PR) genes in the ethylene signal transduction pathway. To study the function of GbERF in the process of biotic stress, transgenic tobacco plants ...
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When plants are exposed to ozone (O3), foliage frequently responds by emitting ethylene. A number of researchers have suggested that O3-induced ethylene is responsible for many subsequent effects of this pollutant. This hypothesis has been tested by using inhibitors of ethylene biosynthesis and demonstrating that other O3 responses were repressed as well. The inhibitors used in all of these studies were pyridoxal phosphate inhibitors, which are largely nonspecific. As such, while the results of the inhibitor studies were consistent with the notion of ethylene as a potential regulator of the O3 response, they could not provide a reliable test of the hypothesis. The enzyme 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid (ACC) synthase regulates ethylene biosynthesis. In this laboratory, a gene has been isolated for O3-induced foliar ACC synthase (ST-ACS4) in potato foliage. The objectives of this research project are to produce transformed potato plants which carry antisense for ST-ACS4, and then to test ...
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Title- Jasmonate and Ethylene co-actions. There are currently dozens of identified phytohormones in plant cells and they act in concert to regulate plant growth, development, metabolism and defense. Among phytohormones, jasmonate and ethylene present a fascinating case of synergism and antagonism. They are commonly recognized as defense hormones that act synergistically as well as in antagonistic manner. Plants impaired in jasmonate and/or ethylene signaling are susceptible to infections by necrotrophic fungi, suggesting that both of these hormones are required for defense. JA promotes ethylene biosynthesis in apple fruit ripening through the regulation of MdERFs and ethylene biosynthetic genes by MdMYC2. It supports co action mechanism of both hormones. Moreover, jasmonate and ethylene also act antagonistically, such as in the regulation of apical hook curvature and wounding responses. Ethylene stabilized transcription factors (EIN3 and EIL1) integrate ET and JA signaling in the regulation of ...
토양으로 부터 분리, 동정된 Micrococcus sp. No-32는 pH 10.3에서 잘 증식하고 ethylene을 생성하는 균주이다. 이 균주로 부터 ethylene 생산성을 높이기 위해 intact cell에 의한 발효조건을 조사하였다. 회분발효시 최적 ethylene 생성온도는 30℃, 초기 pH는 10.2, 초기 접종농도는 0.4 mg of DCW/ml of culture였다. 각종 아미노산, 유기산, 당류의 다양한 기질전환효과를 검토한 결과 대체로 아미노산과 유기산의 효과가 높았다. 특히 methionine에서 효과가 있었으며 적정농도는 균의 증식과 ethylene생성에도 좋은 100 mM로 결정하였다. 빛과 산소에 의한 영향을 살펴보면 빛과 산소가 있을 때가 없을시보다 약 2배에 가까운 ethylene을 생성하였고, 진탕배양이 정치배양보다 5배 높은 ethylene 생성량을 나타냈다. 반연속식 발효시 배양액의 50, 40, 30, 20%를 새 배지로 치환해 주었는데 치환율이 낮을 ...
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Fig. 7: E. coli NEB10β transformed with BBa_1065309 was grown until O.D. 0.7 was reached. The culture was then split and kept under the two different conditions. In the dark we could appreciate ethylene production (micro gc measurements) instead in the presence of blue light there was no ethylene produced. However note that for both circuits not every colony behaved correctly and sometimes we saw ethylene in the controls or just no ethylene at all. However the on/off switch was better defined with the circuit without an inverter. Further experiments need to be done in order to obtain the perfect and complete switch, for instance we could remove the reporter gene before the EFE sequence: this could be the right move to get a more efficient behavior. EFE in B. subtilis In order to transform B. subtilis with EFE, we decided to exploit two type of vectors designed by the LMU-Munich 2012 iGEM team: pXyl and pSpac. These two vectors were not functionally active: pXyl had a point mutation resulting in ...
For beans, ethylene was the most effective abscission accelerant examined, with decreasing activity shown by propene, carbon monoxide, acetylene, vinyl fluoride, 1-butene, and 1,3-butadiene. Carbon dioxide inhibited abscission, but its effect was overcome by ethylene. Oxygen was required for abscission as an electron acceptor for respiration and not as a potentiator or activator of the ethylene attachment site. The molecular requirements for abscission were similar to those shown by other workers for other biological processes under the influence of ethylene. (Author)(*PLANT TISSUE
There are no in vivo data on the toxicokinetics of trichloro(3-chloropropyl)silane. The following summary has therefore been prepared based on validated predictions of the physicochemical properties of the substance itself and its hydrolysis products. Trichloro(3 -chloropropyl)silane is a moisture-sensitive, volatile liquid that hydrolyses rapidly in contact with water (half-life ,1 minute at pH 7), generating HCl and 3-chloropropylsilanetriol. Human exposure can occur via the inhalation or dermal routes. Relevant inhalation exposure would be to the hydrolysis products (hydrolysis would occur rapidly when inhaled, even if a mixture of parent and hydrolysis products were present in air). The substance would also hydrolyse rapidly in contact with moist skin. The resulting HCl hydrolysis product would be severely irritating or corrosive. Absorption Oral: Significant oral exposure is not expected for this corrosive substance. Dermal: The molecular weights of the parent and hydrolysis products do not ...
Morgan, P.W.; Sarquis, J.I.; He, C.J.; Jordan, W.R.; Drew, M.C., 1993: Regulation of ethylene synthesis in maize root responses to stress
Citation: Bent, A.F., Hoffman, T.K., Schmidt, S., Hartman, G.L., Xue, P., Tucker, M.L., Hoffman, D.D. 2006. Disease- and performance-related traits of ethylene-insensitive soybean. Crop Science. 46:893-901. Interpretive Summary: Soybean cyst nematode (SCN) is the most economically damaging pathogen of soybean causing an estimated annual loss of one billion dollars to the soybean crop in the USA. The plant hormone ethylene plays an important role in many plant defense responses. To determine how ethylene responses contribute to defense against diseases of soybean, an ethylene-resistant mutant was tested against several soybean diseases, including nematodes. Disease responses are complex and often greenhouse and laboratory experiments differ from field trials. Therefore, several soybean diseases and ethylene responses were observed under laboratory, greenhouse and field conditions. In regard to nematodes, although it might be expected that a fully functional ethylene response would increase ...
bond, with two hydrogen atoms (represented by H) connected to each carbon.. In ethylene the carbon-hydrogen bonds are single covalent bonds, while the carbon-carbon bond is a double covalent bond. In the presence of heat, light, and an appropriate catalyst the ethylene molecule can be excited into a reactive state in which the carbon-carbon double bond is dissociated.. If two excited molecules come into contact, it is possible to link the ethylene molecules with single covalent bonds between molecules. When this process repeats itself, on the order of thousands of times, a chain is produced with a carbon backbone and a formula. The building unit or monomer in this case is ethylene. After n units of ethylene have been linked, the reaction may be terminated by the addition of a hydrogen to each end of the polyethylene chain. Such polymerizations are referred to as addition polymerization, in contrast to condensation polymerization in which molecules with diverse end groups react to give chains ...
Phytohormones are organic compounds that exist naturally in plants and that even in low concentrations, orchestrate a broad range of physiological processes, including growth and development, as well as responses to abiotic and biotic stresses [1]. These hormones overlap signal transduction pathways or gene expression profiles by rapid induction or by preventing the degradation of transcriptional regulators [2-5].. Among all of the described phytohormones, ethylene, a naturally occurring triple response growth regulator (shoot elongation, stem thickening and horizontal growth habit) in seedlings, has been studied since ancient times [6]. Ethylene is also involved in leaf abscission, fruit ripening and senescence [6, 7] as well as seed germination, growth of adventitious roots under flooding conditions, epinasty stimulation, inhibition of shoot growth and stomatal closing and flowering [8, 9]. Moreover, it is involved in a wide variety of stresses, including wounding, pathogen attack, flooding, ...
1-Methylcyclopropene (1-MCP) applied alone did not influence significantly the chlorophyll and carotenoid content of the older leaves of Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh., but retarded the senescence of the younger ones (6th and 7th leaf nodes). However, 1-MCP effectively blocks the ethylene induced senescence of excised rosette leaves. The preliminary application of 1-MCP (3 h in advance to the treatment by Ethrel) almost totally eliminated the ethylene action. Similar trend was also observed after simultaneous application of Ethrel and 1-MCP, and the effects of both treatments on the chlorophyll and carotenoid destruction are comparable ...
Trachelium Jemmy Royal Purple is a showy filler flower that produces tall, slender (but strong) stems topped by masses of tiny, star-shaped florets. With proper handling, trachelium ç is suitable for both local and wholesale marketing.. Greenhouse-grown Jemmy Royal Purple stems were harvested when 25 percent of the florets in a head were open. The end of wholesale/retail vase life occurred when the florets appearance was no longer uniform. Consumer vase life ended when the undersides of florets turned brown or when florets closed and/or did not continue to open.. Pretreatments. Pulsing with either 10- or 20-percent sucrose for 24 hours reduced vase life. Ethylene sensitivity. Trachelium was sensitive to ethylene at .1 or 1 ppm. The florets either closed entirely or did not continue to open. Applying Ethylbloc or AVB prevented the open florets from closing and promoted opening of new florets.. Pretreatments/simulated shipping and storage. Stems were pretreated with AVB, Ethylbloc or water ...
4 or H2C=CH2. It is a colourless flammable gas wi a faint "sweet an musky" odour whan pure.[4] It is the semplest alkene (a hydrocaurbon wi caurbon-caurbon dooble bonds). Ethylene is widely uised in the chemical industrie, an its warldwide production (ower 150 million tonnes in 2016[5]) exceeds that o ony other organic compoond.[6][7] Muckle o this production gaes taewart polyethylene, a widely uised plastic conteenin polymer cheens o ethylene units in various cheen lenths. Ethylene is an aw an important naitural plant hormone an is uised in agricultur tae force the ripenin o fruits.[8] Ethylenes hydrate is ethanol. ...
Ethylene synthesis regulated by biphasic induction of 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic Acid synthase and 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic Acid oxidase genes is required for hydrogen peroxide accumulation and cell death in ozone-exposed tomato ...
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Biology Assignment Help, Ethylene - dormancy, Ethylene - Dormancy Ripening of fruits involves a chain of cellular events like: Rise in the rate of respiration, Breakdown of higher carbohydrates into carboxylic acids, chlorophyll breaks down, other pigments become prominent (carot
Chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons (CAHs) such as vinyl chloride (VC) and 1,-2 dichioroethane (DCA), are wide-spread groundwater pollutants found at many contaminated field sites around the world. Quantitative tools are needed to determine the in situ rates of VC and DCA transformation to ethene in contaminated groundwater. The objective of this study was to evaluate the potential of E-/Z-chlorofluoroethene (E-/Z-CFE) and DCA-d₄ as surrogates for VC and DCA, respectively. Laboratory microcosm and batch reactors experiments were performed to determine the kinetics and products of VC and E-/Z-CFE transformation to ethene and fluoroethene (FE), respectively. In addition, the products and pathway of DCA and DCA-d₄ also were determined. In all microcosms and batch reactors, E-CFE was preferentially transformed over Z-CFE. For the three experimental systems, the rate of E-CFE transformation to FE was within a factor of 2.7 of that for VC to ethene, which indicates that E-CFE is suitable for use as ...
Poly(ethylene succinate) (PES) with weight-average molecular weight above 60,000 g mol-1 was efficiently obtained by enzymatic ring opening polymerization of cyclic oligo(ethylene succinate)s c(ES)n, which in turn were prepared by lipase-catalysed cyclocondensation in solution of dimethyl succinate and ethylene glycol. The methodology was demonstrated to be also applicable to the synthesis of high molecular weight PES-copolyesters containing butylene succinate, e-hydroxycaproate or L-lactate units with a random distribution ...
A new bulky facially coordinating N3-donor tach-based ligand (tach: cis,cis-1,3,5-triaminocyclohexane) [1: cis,cis-1,3,5-tris(2-fluoro-6-(trifluoromethyl)benzylideneamino)cyclohexane] has been obtained from the condensation of tach with 3 equiv of the appropriate benzaldehyde. Reaction of 1 with [Cu(NCMe)4][PF6] gave the complex [(1)Cu(NCMe)][PF6]. Displacement of the acetonitrile ligand is possible with CO and C2H4 (3-5 bar). Cu(I)-ethylene complexes of ligands 1 and 2 [2: cis,cis-1,3,5-(mesitylideneamino)cyclohexane] were prepared successfully by treatment of the ligands with CuBr and AgSbF6 in the presence of ethylene. These complexes display reversible complexation of the ethylene molecule under mild changes to pressure, suggesting possible application in olefin separation and extraction.
The chart above is a flashing amber light for European cracker operators. Based on ICIS Pricing data, it shows the delta between (a) European and US ethylene contract prices (blue line), and (b) Europe and the North East Asian spot price (red line). Usually, these deltas range between -$50/t and $100/t. H2 2008 was clearly exceptional, as Europe was still on a quarterly contract system whilst crude oil was collapsing from $147/bbl to $31/bbl. But since then, Europes prices have generally been much higher.. This might not have mattered much in 2009-10, when lower refining runs, and OPEC quotas, limited olefin production in Europe and the Middle East. Equally, as LyondellBasell noted in November, force majeures meant the US didnt fully exploit its shale gas-based feedstock advantage.. Of course, ethylene itself hardly moves between regional markets, due to shipping and logistic costs. But its derivatives, such as polyethylene (PE), ethylene glycol (MEG) and PVC, can certainly move quite easily. ...
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The project will comprise four physical simulators that will be used across the SEPC project lifecycle to assist with engineering and operations analysis, DCS check-out and operator training. Detailed, rigorous models of the Ethylene Cracker Complex (ECC) and Monoethylene Glycol (MEG) units will be built by Hyperion using the leading edge DYNSIM™ and SIM4ME™ technologies, licensed by SimSci-Esscor. The models will be full scope with no simplifications. This approach will ensure the models are of engineering quality and can be leveraged for operations and engineering purposes. Hyperion will provide a solution integrated with duplicate Yokogawa CS 3000 DCS equipment to ensure both DCS check-out and operator training requirements are met. The full scope nature of the project will result in simulators with significant hardware content. The systems integration aspects are also part of Hyperions turn-key responsibility ...