2020
DOI: 10.1042/bst20200286
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Abstract: The domestication and breeding of crops has been a major achievement for mankind enabling the development of stable societies and civilisation. Crops have become more productive per unit area of cultivated land over the course of domestication supporting a current global population of 7.8 billion. Food security crops such as wheat and maize have seen large changes compared with early progenitors. Amongst processes that have been altered in these crops, is the allocation of carbon resources to support larger gr… Show more

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“…A set of 27 genes associated with trehalose metabolism exhibited significantly more rapid rates of protein sequence evolution in paspalum than did the orthologs of these same genes in foxtail millet (S. italica, p = 0.002), sorghum (S. bicolor, p = 0.014) and Oropetium (O. thomaeum, p = 0.025) (Figure 4 E). These data are consistent with, but not conclusive evidence for, a role for trehalose metabolism in the reduced phenotypic plasticity paspalum exhibits in response to a range of abiotic stresses such as salinity 60 .…”
Section: Inhibiting Trehalase Activity In Maize and Sorghum Recapitulates The Paspalum Phenotypementioning
confidence: 50%
“…A set of 27 genes associated with trehalose metabolism exhibited significantly more rapid rates of protein sequence evolution in paspalum than did the orthologs of these same genes in foxtail millet (S. italica, p = 0.002), sorghum (S. bicolor, p = 0.014) and Oropetium (O. thomaeum, p = 0.025) (Figure 4 E). These data are consistent with, but not conclusive evidence for, a role for trehalose metabolism in the reduced phenotypic plasticity paspalum exhibits in response to a range of abiotic stresses such as salinity 60 .…”
Section: Inhibiting Trehalase Activity In Maize and Sorghum Recapitulates The Paspalum Phenotypementioning
confidence: 50%
“…The T6P signalling system is a major regulator of resource allocation (e.g. C allocation and utilization in plants) and has been implicated in several processes in crop plants including assimilate partitioning and source-sink relationships (Paul et al 2018(Paul et al , 2020. To our knowledge, this study is the first to demonstrate the localization of the barley genetic influence on soil MBC and DOC, and thus on soil C cycling.…”
Section: Phenotypic Evaluationmentioning
confidence: 74%
“…Related studies have indicated that the accumulation of harmful mutations and changes in protein conformation may lead to the loss of TPS activity ( Yang et al, 2012 ; Vandesteene et al, 2010 ). Previous studies have shown that the trehalose pathway was essential in regulating the use and distribution of sucrose, coordinating source-sink relation, the effective utilization of carbohydrates ( Schluepmann et al, 2003 ), and improving crop yield ( Paul, Watson & Griffiths, 2020 ). Studies in cucumber fruit showed that there was a strong correlation between T6P and sucrose ( Zhang et al, 2015 ).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…T6P was also involved in regulating the use and distribution of sucrose, coordinating source-sink relationships, the efficient use of carbohydrates ( Schluepmann et al, 2003 ), and improving crop yield ( Paul, Watson & Griffiths, 2020 ). Research on cucumber fruit has shown that there was a strong correlation between T6P and sucrose ( Zhang et al, 2015 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%