2021
DOI: 10.1021/acs.jafc.0c07028 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Fusarium wilt disease poses a serious threat to the global production of bananas. The targeted delivery of fungicides to banana phloem tissues may offer new hope for controlling this hard-to-treat vascular disease. In this study, fludioxonil (FLU)-loaded glycine methyl ester-conjugated polysuccinimide nanoparticles (PGA) were prepared with a loading efficiency (LE) of 27.9%. The obtained nanoparticles (FLU@PGA) exhibited pH-sensitive controlled release, specifically under an alkaline pH in plant phloem. In viv… Show more

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“…Much of our knowledge derives from studies in environmental sciences relating to the uptake and translocation tracing of solid nanoparticles, [ 37,38 ] but some studies have used polymeric carriers similar to those used in biomedicine [ 31 ] and peptide‐based nanocarriers. [ 39 ]…”
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“…Much of our knowledge derives from studies in environmental sciences relating to the uptake and translocation tracing of solid nanoparticles, [ 37,38 ] but some studies have used polymeric carriers similar to those used in biomedicine [ 31 ] and peptide‐based nanocarriers. [ 39 ]…”
Section: Pathways For Nanoparticle Delivery In Plants and The Challenges They Posementioning
“…[ 31 ] Phloem loading of labeled glycine methyl ester‐conjugated polysuccinimide nanoparticles was observed in banana plants. [ 39 ] In the case of liposomes, bidirectional phloem transport was reported for both leaves and roots. [ 35 ] One of the few papers addressing the anatomy of phloem transport suggested that, following foliar application, AuNPs moved symplasmically from mesophyll cells to the phloem (Figure 3).…”
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“…Currently, controlled release formulations of pesticides, which may involve on-demand or site-specific responsive release to biotic (glutathione and enzymes) , or abiotic stimuli (pH, temperature, light, and water) could minimize or completely avoid the repeated application of pesticides . Fischer et al .…”
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