Volume 6, Issue 5, October 2018, Page: 157-163
Synergy Prospect Low Gamma Irradiation Doses Incorporating Elicitation with Iron Nanoparticles to Hyper Production Biomass Yield and Bioactive Secondary Metabolites for Cress, Medicinal Plant
Tarek Elsayed Sayed Ahamed, Radioisotope Department, Nuclear Research Centre, Atomic Energy Authority, Cairo, Egypt
El Sayed Sayed Ahamed, Radioisotope Department, Nuclear Research Centre, Atomic Energy Authority, Cairo, Egypt
Received: Aug. 8, 2018;       Accepted: Sep. 18, 2018;       Published: Nov. 6, 2018
DOI: 10.11648/j.jps.20180605.11      View  129      Downloads  9
Abstract
Cress (Lepidum sativum L) seeds, Pre-sowing, were exposed to gamma (G) irradiation doses; 0, 15, 20, 30, GY, thenth were planted in experimental field in spit- pilot design with three replicates Plants at 1 and 2 months old were vgetatively sprayed with iron- Nano- oxide particles (N); 0, 20, 30, 40 ppb concentration At harvesting, 92 days after sowing, data biometric quantitative and qualitative traits were recorded the statistical analysis of variance for the obtained data revealed that (G) individually leol to significant increase; plant height (PH), number of primary branches (NPB), Seeds yield / he (SYH, t), S traw yield / hat, t (STYH, t), and thousand seed weight, gm. (TSW, gm.)whereas, (N) resulted insignificant responses for these traits GN interactions therefor were insignificant Concerning, seed yield quality; (G)and (N) actuated Positive significant responses acids, GN interactions achieved Synergistic positive significant on essential oil (EO% total phenolic content (TPC), total flavonoid content (TFDC)(G20 GY N30 ppb), realized best augment up to 12, 1014, 15% over that of control for EO, TPC, TFDC respectively On the faith of the Precise data, it may be sustain substantial violence to recommended the reliability and validation use of low gamma ray incorporated witl non - iron-oxide Particles as biotechnological tool to upraise biomass Production and bioactive secondary metabolites in cress cultivated in sandy soil irrigated with low – water quality.
Keywords
Medicinal Plants, Elicitation, Nanoparticles, Secondary Metabolites, Phenolic, Flavonoids, Essential Oils
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Tarek Elsayed Sayed Ahamed, El Sayed Sayed Ahamed, Synergy Prospect Low Gamma Irradiation Doses Incorporating Elicitation with Iron Nanoparticles to Hyper Production Biomass Yield and Bioactive Secondary Metabolites for Cress, Medicinal Plant, Journal of Plant Sciences. Vol. 6, No. 5, 2018, pp. 157-163. doi: 10.11648/j.jps.20180605.11
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