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Title: Antioxidant effect of cathodic water on seeds.
Authors: RICALDONI, M. A.
ROSA, S. D. V. F. da
CARDOSO, F. P.
FIGUEIREDO, M. A. de
VILELA, A. L.
COELHO, S. V. B.
FÁVARIS, N. A. B.
Affiliation: MARCELA ANDREOTTI RICALDONI, UFLA; STTELA DELLYZETE VEIGA F DA ROSA, CNPCa; FRANCIANE PINHEIRO CARDOSO, UFLA; MADELEINE ALVES DE FIGUEIREDO, UFLA; AMANDA LIMA VILELA, UFLA; STEFÂNIA VILAS BOAS COELHO, UFLA; NATHÁLIA APARECIDA BRAGANÇA FÁVARIS, UFLA.
Date Issued: 2020
Citation: Ciência rural, v. 50, n. 6, e20180474, 2020.
Description: Recalcitrant and intermediate seeds have limitations regarding conservation because of their sensitivity to desiccation and response to storage. Establishing a method for seed storage is difficult because these seeds deteriorate rapidly, which can intensify production of reactive oxygen species that cause lethal oxidative damage to plant tissues. Orthodox seeds, which have greater tolerance to desiccation and storage, are also subject to deterioration processes, in degrees that vary according to the species. Damage caused by harmful levels of free radicals can be mitigated by the action of endogenous or exogenous antioxidants. Recent studies have led to new technologies for protection coming from antioxidants, one of which is cathodic protection. This is a technique with promising results in recalcitrant species, as well as in other living organisms. This paper reviews results regarding the antioxidant activity of cathodic water produced from electrolysis of a calcium chloride and magnesium chloride solution.
Thesagro: Antioxidante
Produção de Sementes
NAL Thesaurus: Reactive oxygen species
Free radicals
Notes: Título em português: Ação antioxidante da água catódica em sementes.
Type of Material: Artigo de periódico
Access: openAccess
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