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Title: Influence of the Growth Regulator Application Method on Antioxidant Plant System Activity of Winter Wheat (Triticum Aestivum L.)
Authors: Bilousova, Zoia
Білоусова, Зоя Володимирівна
Белоусова, Зоя Владимировна
Klipakova, Yuliia
Кліпакова, Юлія Олександрівна
Клипакова, Юлия Александровна
Kenieva, Viktoriia
Кенєва, Вікторія Анатоліївна
Кенева, Виктория Анатольевна
Kulieshov, Serhii
Кулєшов, Сергій Олександрович
Кулешов, Сергей Александрович
Keywords: Winter wheat
Growth regulators
Antioxidant enzymes
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Series/Report no.: Modern Development Paths of Agricultural Production;P. 615-622
Abstract: EN: In the field research during 2009–2012, the dynamics of malondialdehyde accumulation and the highmolecular enzyme activity of superoxide dismutase and catalase in winter wheat plants, Zolotokolosa variety, depending on a way of AКM plant growth regulator application, the treatment of vegetating plants during the BBCH 37 developing stage, the pre-sowing seed treatment, and the combined application of these two methods, were studied. The AKM growth regulator application in the winter wheat cultivation technology leads to the activity reduction of the lipid peroxidation processes and enhances the functioning of such antioxidant enzymes as superoxide dismutase and catalase. The most efficient way to use the AKM is the pre-sowing seed treatment and the subsequent plant spraying at the BBCH 37 development stage, which contributes to the average 15% reduction in the MDA content, the SOD activity increase by 34%, and the catalase growth of 1.8 times during vegetation compared to the check.
URI: http://elar.tsatu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/7939
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