Reference : Physiological and proteomic responses of different willow clones (Salix fragilis x al...
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Life sciences : Phytobiology (plant sciences, forestry, mycology...)
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/164175
Physiological and proteomic responses of different willow clones (Salix fragilis x alba) exposed to dredged sediment contaminated by heavy metals
English
Evlard, Aricia mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Sciences agronomiques > Laboratoire de Toxicologie environnementale >]
Sergeant, Kjell [Centre de Recherche Public — Gabriel Lippmann > > > >]
Ferrandis, Salvador [> >]
Printz, Bruno [Centre de Recherche Public — Gabriel Lippmann > > > >]
Renaut, Jenny [Centre de Recherche Public — Gabriel Lippmann > > > >]
Guignard, Cédric [Centre de Recherche Public — Gabriel Lippmann > > > >]
Paul, Roger mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Sciences agronomiques > Laboratoire de Toxicologie environnementale >]
Hausman, Jean-Francois [Centre de Recherche Public — Gabriel Lippmann > > > >]
Campanella, Bruno [> >]
2014
International Journal of Phytoremediation
Taylor & Francis Ltd
16
11
1148-1169
Yes (verified by ORBi)
International
1522-6514
1549-7879
[en] 2-DiGE ; antioxidant defence ; variable fluorescence
[en] High biomass producing species are considered as tools for remediation of contaminated soils. Willows (Salix spp.) are prominent study subjects in this regard. In this study, different willow clones (Salix fragilis x alba) were planted on heavy-metal polluted dredging sludge. A first objective was assessment of the biomass production for these clones. Using a Gupta statistic, four clones were identified as high biomass producers (HBP). For comparison, a group of four clones with lowest biomass production were selected (LBP). A second objective was to compare metal uptake as well as the physiological and proteomic responses of these two groups. All these complementary data's allow us to have a better picture of the health of the clones that would be used in phytoremediation programs. Cd, Zn, and Ni total uptake was higher in the HBPs but Pb total uptake was higher in LBPs. Our proteomic and physiological results showed that the LBPs were able to maintain cellular activity as much as the HBPs although the oxidative stress response was more pronounced in the LBPs. This could be due to the high Pb content found in this group although a combined effect of the other metals cannot be excluded.
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/164175
10.1080/15226514.2013.821448

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