EFFECT OF IODINE ON NON-ENZYMATIC ANTIOXIDANT LEVELS OF GLYCINE MAX L. GROWN UNDER HEAVY METAL AND HEAT STRESS

  • Gupta Neha

Abstract

ABSTRACT

 

Objective: The present research work was designed response of iodine on non-enzymatic antioxidant levels grown under heavy metal and heat stress in soybean.

 

Methods: Soybean seeds exposed to different concentrations three of which were applied in increasing doses of IO3− (20, 40 and 80 µM as KIO3-) with Heavy metal and Heat stresses were subjected to analysis of non-enzymatic biochemical parameters including ascorbic acid, proline, glutathione,  using the standard protocols.

 

Results: The  application  of  IO3− can  improve  the  levels of non-enzymatic antioxidant levels  to  severe cadmium chloride and Heat stress  in  soybean seeds  (Glycine max L). Our study recommends that  IO3− could  be  considered a  possible  beneficial  element  to  counteract  the  harmful  effects  of   cadmium chloride and heat stress.

Conclusion: Our study recommends that  IO3− could  be  considered as a  possible  beneficial  element  to  counteract  the  harmful  effects  of   cadmium chloride and heat stress.

Keywords: Glycine max L., Heavy metal stress, Heat stress, Ascorbic acid, Proline, Glutathione, Iodine

 

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Neha, G. (2016). EFFECT OF IODINE ON NON-ENZYMATIC ANTIOXIDANT LEVELS OF GLYCINE MAX L. GROWN UNDER HEAVY METAL AND HEAT STRESS. Innovare Journal of Sciences, 4(5). Retrieved from https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ijs/article/view/14673
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