jasmonate


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jasmonate

(ˈdʒæzməˌneɪt)
n
a hormone that regulates plant growth
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Methyl jasmonate alleviates cadmium toxicity in Solanum nigrum by regulating metal uptake and antioxidative capacity.
Among the substances that promote resistance induction, highlighting their ability to activate fruit defenses, such as in citrus, are selenium, silicon, acibenzolar-s-methyl, methyl jasmonate and neocotinoids.
Jasmonic acid (JA) and its jasmonate derivatives are endogenous regulators of plant growth originating from linolenic acid, which occur in several plant species (FRANK; ROSS, 1991; KERBAUY, 2012).
The same was observed by Jin, Zheng, Tang, Rui, and Wang (2009) with the use of pre-storage and methyl jasmonate, Malakou and Nanos (2005) with pre-storage and modified atmosphere, and Cao, Hu, Zheng, and Lu (2010) with pre- storage and salicylic acid.
Recent work by Orrock et al (2017) found low quality food induced cannibalistic behavior in a common pest, the beet armyworm (Spodoptera exigua)', caterpillars that were fed leaves sprayed with methyl jasmonate, a known elicitor of plant defenses, were more likely to attack conspecifics compared to those that were fed control leaves.
This observation was not reported before and suggested to us that the jasmonate signaling pathway might have been turned-on in the guard cells, explains Dirk Becker.
Hydrogen peroxide acts as a second messenger for the induction of defense genes in tomato plants in response to wounding, systemin, and methyl jasmonate. The Plant Cell, vol.
For instance, Professor Eliezer Flescher - from Tel Aviv University in Israel - noticed that methyl jasmonate, which is a compound obtained from jasmonic acid found in the jasmine plant induces the death of cervical cancer cells.
Solano, "FILAMENTOUS FLOWER is a direct target of JAZ3 and modulates responses to Jasmonate," Plant Cell, vol.
Jia, "Amelioration of postharvest chilling injury in cowpea (Vigna sinensis) by methyl jasmonate (MeJA) treatments," Scientia Horticulturae, vol.
Major PGRs including abscisic acid (ABA), cytokinin, ethylene, jasmonate (JA), auxin, brassinosteroids (BRs), and gibberellins (GAs) are known to be involved in the protection of plants against salt stress [55].