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Boyer, J. S. (1982). Since proteins are the gene products that are directly correspond to phenotypic traits, proteomic tools hold a strong advantage above other molecular tools to comprehend the biological and molecular mechanisms in … This biosensor worked on the basis of immunochemical assay between the pesticide and bovine serum albumin that was covalently immobilized on the gold-coated surface of the cantilever and real-time monitoring of nanoscale cantilever deflection (Alvarez et al., 2003). Degradation of sphingoid long-chain base 1-phosphates (LCB-1Ps): functional characterization and expression of AtDPL1 encoding LCB-1P lyase involved in the dehydration stress response in Arabidopsis. Development of nanosensors using chemically modified AFM tips and microcantilevers has been widely utilized by researchers for detecting various analytes, proteins, pesticides, microorganisms, etc. Crop improvement has continuously aimed to achieve higher yields, strong tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses and enhanced nutritional quality. This is done by hybridisation. Langridge, P., and Fleury, D. (2011). as a sustainable energy crop. J. Proteomics 74, 1959–1973. U.S.A. 100, 1444–1449. 56, 8619–8628. Proteomics was used to identify cheaper substitutes for cheaper cultivars of coffee varieties through the use of specific biomarkers (Gil-Agusti et al., 2005). 1804, 124–136. Applications of nuclear techniques in plant breeding Breeding a new variety of crop takes anywhere from 12 to 15 years of intensive effort The steps in-clude: Crop improvement is based on two basic principles: genetic variation and selection. Lutter, P., Parisod, V., and Weymuth, H. (2011). Through a proteomics experiment, in which extracted sesame seed proteins were separated by 2-DE followed by immuno-labeling with individual patient sera from 20 patients with sesame seed allergy, four allergen including 7S vicilin-type globulin, 2S albumin seed maturation protein, and embryogenic abundant protein were identified in this study (Beyer et al., 2002). Technol. Proteomic studies in plants. Plant. Specific aspects of biodiversity supporting food production are pollinator biodiversity, soil biodiversity, and predators of pest species [23]. Flour quality is highly correlated with protein composition and functional quality, thus proteomics can be very useful to identify protein markers for suitable cultivars for flour making (Yahata et al., 2005). Biotechnol. 133–138. FEBS Lett. Proteomics and its applications Ravi Kumar, PhD 2. (2011). Goff, S. A., Ricke, D., Lan, T. H., Presting, G., Wang, R., Dunn, M., et al. Infect. (2006). J. Mol. The complexity and sensitivity of the relation are also described by the concept of biophobia [31, 32]: The relation between humans and nature is not necessarily only positive; historically, fear of dangers/risks of nature (predators, snakes, poisonous plants) was functional for survival. Sci. Trends Plant Sci. 1, 10. J. Infect. Quantitative trait loci underlying gene product variation: a novel perspective for analyzing regulation of genome expression. Metrics details. The protein-protein interaction (PPI) methodology is important to determine the proteomics of molecular mechanisms, i.e., protein complexes, signal transduction, and stress signal (Westermarck et al., 2013). Copyright: © 2013 Eldakak, Milad, Nawar and Rohila. Nanobased sensors such as NPs, carbon-based materials, or QDs have the potential to diagnose and quantify various pathogens and contaminants, e.g., bacteria, fungi, viruses, toxins, and biohazardous compounds in agricultural crops with low detection limits (Yao et al., 2009; Etefagh et al., 2013). In the twentieth century plant breeding developed a scientific basis, and crop improvement was understood to be brought about by achieving favorable accumulations and combinations of genes. Automated production of plant-based vaccines and pharmaceuticals. Pedreschi, R., Hertog, M., Robben, J., Noben, J. P., and Nicolai, B. Plant Biol. (2007). A label-free quantitative shotgun proteomics analysis of rice grain development. None-the-less, once a protein of a specific gene or gene families of allergen is confirmed, its expression can be silenced through biotechnological approaches for a safer human consumption of that food (Thelen, 2009). 10, 560–561. Carbonic anhydrases are upstream regulators of CO2-controlled stomatal movements in guard cells. Previous Dept. (2003) for the first time reported the detection of the pesticide dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane, which has been widely used for insect pest control using a nanomechanical biosensor. Agrawal, G. K., and Rakwal, R. (2006). (2012). (2011). These proteins maintain cellular homeostasis under a given environment by controlling physiological and biochemical pathways. Komatsu, S. (2008). For crop protection against diseases, diagnosis is the prerequisite, which is now possible with nanobiosensors. The dynamics, however, are complex and probably system-dependent, and high biodiversity does not necessarily reduce disease risk in all situations (e.g., [15, 16]). Acta. (2007). According to an estimate, there are approximately 925 million people on the globe who live in a state of hunger (Karimizadeh et al., 2011). Analogous to genomics, the term “proteomics” describes the study and characterization of the complete set of proteins present at a given time in the cell (Wilkins et al., 1995). Genomics and transcriptomics. J. Agric. Proc. In depth proteomic and genomic studies of fungal infection biology are a pre-requisite of such projects. e-mail: jai.rohila@sdstate.edu, Front. Zhao, Z., Zhang, W., Stanley, B. Bioactives were reported from different plant sources, such as wheat, rice, maize, soybean, mushrooms, pumpkins, and sorghum (Möller et al., 2008). J. Proteomics 75, 4588–4601. Comparative proteomics analysis reveals the mechanism of pre-harvest seed deterioration of soybean under high temperature and humidity stress. Postharvest Biol. 21, 535–553. 77, 3771–3788. 12, 87–93. Lab. Page 1 of 1,046,312 results for tissue culture The utility of nanosensors can aid in avoiding the overdose of agricultural chemicals by reducing inputs of herbicides, fertilizers, and pesticides, thereby increasing crop growth and yield. An increase in spike weight, 1000 seed weight, grain yield, biological yield, and protein content of wheat was also observed in plants treated with 0.04% FeO NPs (Bakhtiari et al., 2015). Transgenic plants for vaccine production: expectations and limitations. 36 Citations. From climate change to molecular response: redox proteomics of ozone-induced responses in soybean. Zhang, W., Zhou, R. G., Gao, Y. J., Zheng, S. Z., Xu, P., Zhang, S. Q., et al. Establishment of sorghum cell suspension culture system for proteomics studies. Proteomics 7, 306–315. In cities the hygiene principle overshadowed the positive nature experience principle. Comb. Technol. Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) root proteome and differentially expressed root proteins between hybrid and parents. 6 (Source: D. Vassilev, J. Leunissen, A. Atanassov, A. Nenov & G. Dimov (2005) Application of Bioinformatics in Plant Breeding, Biotechnology & Biotechnological Equipment, 19:sup3, 139-152). 55, 9047–9053. Govind Ballabh University of Agriculture and Technology Abstract- Bioinformatics plays a significant role in the development of the agricultural sector, agro-based industries, agricultural by-products utilization and better management of the environment. Science 296, 92–100. Quantitative proteomic analysis of wheat cultivars with differing drought stress tolerance. Shotgun proteomics was also used to characterize the allergenicity of certain foods (Chassaigne et al., 2007; Heick et al., 2011b). Michiganensis infection. A., Jenkins, J. Afroz, A., Khan, M. R., Ahsan, N., and Komatsu, S. (2009). (2011). 2003, 60, 15–26). Methods Enzymol. MASTER SEMINAR ON GENOMICS AND ITS APPLICATION IN CROP IMPROVEMENT DATE-24/03/2018 SPEAKER KHEMLATA THAKUR M.Sc. Generation of transgenic banana (Musa acuminata) plants via Agrobacterium-mediated transformation. Such high heat conditions in the field also lead to flowering and fruiting failure in other crops. D’Amato, A., Fasoli, E., Kravchuk, A. V., and Righetti, P. G. (2011). Proteins are vital parts of living organisms, with many functions. Commun. Proteomics is the study of proteins and their interactions in a cell. 50, 110–116. They also showed that application of nanofertilizer on rice increased the number of reproductive tillers, panicles, and spikelets. Some of these properties include soil quality and crop health analysis, easy biochemical sensing and control, water management, pesticide and nutrient delivery, etc. Biologia Plantarum 53, 285–293. Sandhu, J. S., Krasnyanski, S. F., Domier, L. L., Korban, S. S., Osadjan, M. D., and Buetow, D. E. (2000). Sci. 109, 133–149. Crop improvement is one of the most urgent tasks in current plant breeding, as an enormous increase in demand for plant-derived products will rise in the near future due to the growing human population and the depletion of fossil resources. Chlamydomonas reinhardtii: a model system for the genetic analysis of flagellar structure and motility. (2003). Eight of these proteins were plasma membrane-associated proteins and had potential functions in rice defense, whereas two proteins were not associated with the plasma membrane. (2013) developed a nanobiosensor that was based on the functionalization of AFM tips with acetolactate synthase (ALS) enzyme for the detection of metsulfuron-methyl (an ALS inhibitor) in wheat fields. Pathogen elicitor-induced changes in the maize extracellular matrix proteome. Barros, E., Lezar, S., Anttonen, M. J., Van Dijk, J. P., Rohlig, R. M., Kok, E. J., et al. Sci. 119, 247–256. Based on the studies, we conclude that nanosensors can be widely employed for real-time monitoring of soil conditions, crop diseases, and crop productivity. In the present scenario, pressure is building upon the plant breeders and plant biologists to come up with “smart crop varieties” that are better suited genotypes with the ability to withstand a wider range of climatic variability to tackle the food insecurities of future generations along with maintaining/exceeding quality parameters. Developmental changes in the metabolic protein profiles of wheat endosperm. indica). Genetic diversity also functions as a biotechnological resource for crop improvement. Also they can prove to be helpful in measuring the soil conditions required for optimum crop growth, such as pH, temperature, humidity, and toxins in crops and soil. Hong et al. 3, 250–255. 10, 429–446. These have been grouped into Southern-Blot, PCR, Repeat Sequence, m-RNA and SNP based molecular markers. J. Proteome Res. Vaccine 16, 1336–1343. Liu, X. Y., Wu, Y. D., Shen, Z. Y., Shen, Z., Li, H. H., Yu, X. M., et al. (2000). Measuring gene expression by quantitative proteome analysis. Narciso, J., and Hossain, M. (2002). Since proteins are the gene products that are directly correspond to phenotypic traits, proteomic tools hold a strong advantage above other molecular tools to comprehend the biological and molecular mechanisms in the o … Application of Proteomics Technologies in Oil Palm Research Protein J. (2006). Plant Mol. Bioinformatics has several practical applications in genetics and plant breeding as discussed above. The more advanced approaches used for legume improvement and the application of these methods addressed in different legume species. The wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) leaf proteome. Abiotic stresses in general cause a water deficit condition in cells that results in a myriad of complex cellular and physiological responses at the plant cellular and organismal levels. Curr. Biotechnology provides the capabilities to breeders to achieve certain goals that would otherwise be impossible through conventional plant breeding approaches. (2005) studied a maize cell suspension culture with pathogen elicitors and showed that the responses to the pathogen attacks were localized to the extracellular matrix. Plant responses to drought, salinity and extreme temperatures: towards genetic engineering for stress tolerance. ACS Chem. Biotechnol. Source: Grains Research and Development Corporation In Photo 1, above, is an example of a thinner crop canopy (left) which yielded 6.18t/ ha and 12% protein, and thicker crop canopy (right) which yielded 6.20 t/ha and 10.6% Proteome of amyloplasts isolated from developing wheat endosperm presents evidence of broad metabolic capability. Foroud, N., Laroche, A., Jordan, M., Ellis, B., and Eudes, F. (2008). Mol. Zhang, Y., Zhao, J., Xiang, Y., Bian, X., Zuo, Q., Shen, Q., et al. 55, 6863–6870. Despite the applications of nanotechnology in crop improvement, the utility of nanosensors is limited. Heick, J., Fischer, M., Kerbach, S., Tamm, U., and Popping, B. Proteomics technologies were first applied in the oil palm research back in 2008. Wang, Y., Yang, L., Xu, H., Li, Q., Ma, Z., and Chu, C. (2005). Proteomics 7, 3538–3557. Immunogenicity in humans of a recombinant bacterial antigen delivered in a transgenic potato. R. Soc. In Medicago truncatula, a global proteomic analysis was used to characterize the plant response to the pathogenic bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Mathesius et al., 2003). 94, 1060–1068. Nutr. In this post-genomic era, the integration of proteomics into the field of crop science will certainly enrich genome annotation efforts and accelerate the development of crop models for the elucidation of gene functions influencing phenotypes for the success of field crops. (2009) used a proteomic, a LC-MS/MS-based approach, and discovered new potential candidate genes in xylem tissue that play an important role in cell wall biosynthesis in addition to cellulose synthase, sucrose synthase, and polygalacturonase. Several changes in the design of chemical fungicides are being undertaken by the scientific research community by summarizing the available genomic and proteomic information. Crop improvement is hampered by the breeding strategies that have been a tradition and further improvement in food pro- duction is demanded in order to encounter the energy needs of world. 31, 325–340. Advancements in MS-based proteomics platforms have been considered to be “New Genomics” because MS has become an indispensable tool for the investigation of the PTMs to proteins, and protein interactions. Biotic and Abiotic Stress Resistant Rice Varieties. Global proteomic profiling projects are useful techniques for increasing the knowledge base of plant breeders. The plant part which is used in regeneration is called explants). Some success stories related to the production of transgenic plants are described below. They can be employed to increase the efficiency of water usage, particularly in the case of water shortage. Proteomics 5, 4894–4904. 6 Arabidopsis Genome Initiative. (1994) used an approach that brought proteomic and MAS components together; they identified protein quantity loci (PQL) that explained some of the spot intensity variation. Two-dimensional differential in gel electrophoresis (2D-DIGE) analysis of grape berry proteome during postharvest withering. (2007) also studied apple allergen using 2-DE with IgE immune-blotting and identified four new apple allergens known as Mal d 1, Mal d 2, Mal d 3, and Mal d 4. (2011). Application of proteomics to investigate plant-microbe interactions. Squalamine, found in sharks, is being investigated for its potential antitumor activity. Tacket, C. O., Mason, H. S., Losonsky, G., Clements, J. D., Levine, M. M., and Arntzen, C. J. Akagawa, M., Handoyo, T., Ishii, T., Kumazawa, S., Morita, N., and Suyama, K. (2007). Somerville, C., Youngs, H., Taylor, C., Davis, S. C., and Long, S. P. (2010). Zhang, L., Yu, Z., Jiang, L., Jiang, J., Luo, H., and Fu, L. (2011a). (2012). (2005). Konishi, H., Ishiguro, K., and Komatsu, S. (2001). Proteomics has enabled the identification of ever increasing numbers of protein. Many studies in applied research and early breeding stages include tests with potted indoor-grown plants. These in turn set the basis for future breeding towards stress-resilient rice lines [24]. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits use, distribution and reproduction in other forums, provided the original authors and source are credited and subject to any copyright notices concerning any third-party graphics etc. One such route involves non-reduction of gametes during meiosis a process called meiotic nuclear restitution. Among the risk factors for emergence of resistance is pollution from agriculture and from urban areas. 94, 1005. Besides the perception of being less ‘glamorous’ than cancer or clinical proteomics it also faces the intrinsic challenge of being more complex and less amenable to data analysis due to the plant kingdom's greater genomic diversity and its lower coverage of deciphered genomic sequences. Rev. Therefore, harnessing crops against stress factors is a second essential task for plant breeding. This will further reduce agricultural wastes and thus pollution (FAO and WHO, 2013) (Fraceto et al., 2016). Afr. Mass Spectrom. One good example of including a new biofuel crop to the list that is under investigation is African grain sorghum. Application # 7. Review on Proteomics Technologies and Its Application for Crop Improvement. J. Biotechnol. Bioactive peptides and proteins from foods: indication for health effects. J. (2013) reported that FeO NPs, when sprayed on rice at nursery and early earring stage, led to an increase in yield and 1000 seed weight and a decrease in sterility percentage. In alfalfa, protein quality has been improved by transferring ovalbumin gene from chicken. (Elite Ed.) Curr. Another study employed chemiluminescence immunoassay for the detection of the herbicide 2,4-D using AuNPs as catalysts (Boro et al., 2011). FIGURE 1. (2008). (1998). (2008) reported the label-free ultrasensitive detection of atrazine, an herbicide known to contaminate drinking water and many agricultural products, based on the nanomechanical biosensor. The remarkable metabolism of Chlamydomonas for energy productions was observed based on its proteomic investigations (Wienkoop et al., 2010). Crop proteomics and its application to biotechnology. Trans. Sci. 57, 1591–1602. Proteome analysis of maize pollen for allergy-relevant components. Posted on Jun 21 2016 - 10:49am by Preeti | NEXT » Categorized as . The identification of foam-forming soluble proteins from wheat (Triticum aestivum) dough. Other studies showed that TiO2 NPs at a suitable concentration promote nitrogen metabolism and photosynthesis, thereby improving the growth of spinach (Hong et al., 2005b,c; Zheng et al., 2005; Yang et al., 2006). A major hurdle for crop improvement programs faced by the plant breeders is a limited gene pool of domesticated crop species. 363, 557–572. J. Computational systems biology. Genetically modified crops: the fastest adopted crop technology in the history of modern agriculture. Development and validation of a method for the quantification of milk proteins in food products based on liquid chromatography with mass spectrometric detection. 9, 4876–4887. (2005) detected paraoxon using a nanosensor based on electrostatic interactions between the (CdSe)ZnS core–shell QDs and OP hydrolase bioconjugate with a detection limit of 10−8 M. Furthermore, a new disposable and highly sensitive electrochemical biosensor was developed by Lin et al. (2012). plant proteomic studies to illustrate the applications in crop productivity. In short, with such a wealth of knowledge, drought-tolerant plants can be generated by the modification of these mechanisms, e.g., ABA signaling can be adjusted for the better survival of a crop plant under such stress conditions. Soybean bioactive peptides, such as lunasin, Bowman–Birk inhibitor, lectin, and beta-conglycinin, have attracted the attention of researchers who study their antioxidant activities (de Lumen, 2005) to treat oxidative stress in the future (Kussmann et al., 2010). The relation between biodiversity and food quality is reciprocal: Healthy food depends on biodiversity, and biodiversity depends on how humans organize food production [21]. Nguyen, T. H. N., Brechenmacher, L., Aldrich, J., Clauss, T., Gritsenko, M., Hixson, K., et al. A viable solution to release this pressure is to speed up the plant breeding process by employing biotechnology in breeding programs. Iimure, T., Nankaku, N., Hirota, N., Tiansu, Z., Hoki, T., Kihara, M., et al. J. Agric. MS-based studies were already reported for a large number of unsequenced … Proteomics 6, 4599–4609. Such nanosensors, which can detect plant physiological changes, level of soil nutrients, metabolites, etc., have been reported by some researchers (Chen and Yada, 2011). Electrophoresis 21, 1766–1771. 16, 363–371. Acad. J. Exp. durum cultivars for pasta making. We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content and ads. Biotechnology in crop improvement V. L. Chopra and R. P. Sharma Speeding up plant breeding There are, broadly, three benefits to agriculture and crop-improvement programmes from use of biotechnology. Rohila, J. S., Chen, M., Chen, S., Chen, J., Cerny, R. L., Dardick, C., et al. In another study using a sphingosine-1-phosphate lyase mutant, the accumulation of sphingosine-1-phosphate decreased the fresh weight loss of plants under drought stress conditions by controlling water loss from the stomata (Nishikawa et al., 2008). Ngara, R., Jasper, D., Rees, G., and Ndimba, B. K. (2008). List of Nanosensors for Detection of Pesticides/Herbicides/Pathogens. 7, 405–410. Proteomics knowledge provides functional genomics with a completeness toward understanding the process (Gygi et al., 2000; Dubey and Grover, 2001; Park, 2004; Thurston et al., 2005). Rev. 38, 2600–2608. Beyer, K., Bardina, L., Grishina, G., and Sampson, H. A. Identification and characterization of a novel heat shock transcription factor gene, GmHsfA1, in soybeans (Glycine max). Most introduced species do not cause problems in their new surroundings (and mostly die off), but some of them become invasive and as such become disruptive to ecosystems. In the recent past, several successful projects have been completed to create proteome maps of various crops using 2-DE and/or other proteomic approaches. 47, 171–182. The study established that 154 proteins were accumulated upon exposure to P. aeruginosa, with 21 of those proteins reported to be related to the defense and stress response mechanisms. 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