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pro·line

 (prō′lēn′)
n.
An amino acid, C5H9NO2, that is found in most proteins and is a major constituent of collagen.

[Short for pyrrolidine, one of its constituents : pyrrol(e) + -id(e) + -ine.]
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proline

(ˈprəʊliːn; -lɪn)
n
(Biochemistry) a nonessential amino acid that occurs in protein
[C20: from pyrrolidine]
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pro•line

(ˈproʊ lin, -lɪn)

n.
an alcohol-soluble amino acid, C4H9NHCOOH, occurring in high concentration in collagen. Abbr.: Pro; Symbol: P
[1900–05; alter. of pyrrolidine (see pyrrole, -idine)]
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pro·line

(prō′lēn′)
A nonessential amino acid. See more at amino acid.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.proline - an amino acid that is found in many proteins (especially collagen)
amino acid, aminoalkanoic acid - organic compounds containing an amino group and a carboxylic acid group; "proteins are composed of various proportions of about 20 common amino acids"
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Translations
proline
prolina

proline

n prolina
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Among the organic solutes that accumulate in the cytoplasm in response to stress, proline (PONTE et al., 2011; KANAWAPEE et al., 2012) stands out because it is a solute with high sensitivity of response to environmental changes (ASHRAF et al., 2011) and may be considered an osmolyte which serves as biochemical and physiological indicator of the effects of saline stress in plants cultivated under these adverse conditions (MONTEIRO et al., 2014).
Furthermore, the process of acclimatization (developing hardiness) in citrus, which begins in the winter in response to low temperature, is accompanied by increases in proline (Pro) levels (KUSHAD and YELENOSKY, 1987).
In an experimental study increased proline in rat brain tissue was reported to reduce the total radical antioxidant potential and to cause OS.
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Proline is awater soluble amino acid and beneficial solute that accumulate in plant under different kinds of stresses such as drought, cold, heat, heavy metal, nutrient and salt stress.
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(1994), Proline content, determined using the Bates method; Waldren; Teare (1973) and Glycine-cetatin, determined according to the method of Grieve and Grattan (1983).
Spontaneous dehydrations to the enone were observed using proline as the chiral catalyst; however, stereoselectivity was very low.
Plants protect themselves from injurious and destructive effects of salt stress by producing different compatible osmoprotectant metabolites such as proline and glycine betaine (Chelli-Chaabouni et al., 2010).