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Effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and nitrogen supply on grain quality of wheat
Chadimová, Klára ; Babák, Libor (referee) ; Hrstka, Miroslav (advisor)
The aim of this study was to examine the effect of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration and different nitrogen fertilization levels on wheat grain quality. Winter wheat cultivar Bohemia was grown under ambient carbon dioxide concentration (AC) and elevated carbon dioxide concentration (EC; 700 mol carbon dioxide per mol) half of the samples was fertilized with 200 kg N per ha (N+) and the other part stayed unfertilized (N-). Zeleny value and Hagberg-Perten value was determined. Bulk density was determined by routine method. Grain hardness, dry matter content, starch concentration and crude protein concentration was determined by NIR spektroscopy. No effect on grain quality was detected due to carbon dioxide enrichment. However nitrogen fertilizer influenced grain quality significantly. Zeleny value and crude protein concentration were decreased and starch concentration was increased in samples that stayed unfertilized. Other grain quality parameters stayed unaffected.
Impact of elevated carbon dioxide concentration and nitrogen nutrition on protein content of glutenin and gliadin fraction in winter wheat
Chadimová, Klára ; Vítová, Eva (referee) ; Hrstka, Miroslav (advisor)
The present study investigates effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration, different nitrogen fertilization levels, drought and UV radiation on protein content of wheat gluten fractions glutenins and gliadins. Winter wheat cultivar Bohemia was grown under ambient CO2 concentration (AC; 400 mol CO2.mol-1) and elevated CO2 concentration (EC; 700 mol CO2.mol-1). Half of the samples was fertilized with 200 kg N.ha-1 (N+) and the other part stayed unfertilized (N–). Other environmental factors were UV radiation exclusion (UV–, UV+) and drought (DRY, WET). Gliadins were separated by A-PAGE, glutenins by SDS-PAGE. Proteins were quantified by computer densitometry. Nitrogen fertilization caused an significat increase of gliadins and glutenins. While some gliadins subfractions were significantly lowered by drought, HMW glutenin subunits showed significant increase. UV radiation exclusion resulted in significant decrease of some gliadin subfractions and glutenin subunits. CO2 enrichment caused significant increase of glutenin subfractions HMW 1 and 2, while gliadin subfractions -5 1 and 1 were significantly decreased by elevated CO2 concentration.
Vybrané prvky v mase Pangase spodnookého z obchodní sítě ČR
Chadimová, Klára
Seven heavy metals were determined in nine samples of Pangasius hypophtalmus tissues purchased in Czech markets during the period November 2013 -- February 2014. Fresh samples were lyophilised and subsequently decomposed by 65% HNO3 in microwave oven. Heavy metals were determined by flame atomic absorption spectrometry (Cu, Fe, Zn) and electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry (Cd, Cr, Ni, Pb). The certified reference material DORM-4 was used for method validation. The content of the studied elements in the samples was: Cd (< 0,18 -- 4,41 ug/kg FW), Cr (< 6,0 -- 26,2 ug/kg FW), Cu (0,32 -- 0,56 mg/kg FW), Fe (0,58 -- 1,74 mg/kg FW), Ni (43,7 -- 228,2 ug/kg FW), Pb (< 3,3 -- 26,4 ug/kg FW) and Zn (3,70 -- 6,33 mg/kg FW). The results were compared with literature and the risk of negative effects on the human body connected with common consumption of meat was evaluated. Studied samples of Pangasius hypophtalmus tissues were found to be harmless for people diet.
Impact of elevated carbon dioxide concentration and nitrogen nutrition on protein content of glutenin and gliadin fraction in winter wheat
Chadimová, Klára ; Vítová, Eva (referee) ; Hrstka, Miroslav (advisor)
The present study investigates effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration, different nitrogen fertilization levels, drought and UV radiation on protein content of wheat gluten fractions glutenins and gliadins. Winter wheat cultivar Bohemia was grown under ambient CO2 concentration (AC; 400 mol CO2.mol-1) and elevated CO2 concentration (EC; 700 mol CO2.mol-1). Half of the samples was fertilized with 200 kg N.ha-1 (N+) and the other part stayed unfertilized (N–). Other environmental factors were UV radiation exclusion (UV–, UV+) and drought (DRY, WET). Gliadins were separated by A-PAGE, glutenins by SDS-PAGE. Proteins were quantified by computer densitometry. Nitrogen fertilization caused an significat increase of gliadins and glutenins. While some gliadins subfractions were significantly lowered by drought, HMW glutenin subunits showed significant increase. UV radiation exclusion resulted in significant decrease of some gliadin subfractions and glutenin subunits. CO2 enrichment caused significant increase of glutenin subfractions HMW 1 and 2, while gliadin subfractions -5 1 and 1 were significantly decreased by elevated CO2 concentration.
Effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and nitrogen supply on grain quality of wheat
Chadimová, Klára ; Babák, Libor (referee) ; Hrstka, Miroslav (advisor)
The aim of this study was to examine the effect of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration and different nitrogen fertilization levels on wheat grain quality. Winter wheat cultivar Bohemia was grown under ambient carbon dioxide concentration (AC) and elevated carbon dioxide concentration (EC; 700 mol carbon dioxide per mol) half of the samples was fertilized with 200 kg N per ha (N+) and the other part stayed unfertilized (N-). Zeleny value and Hagberg-Perten value was determined. Bulk density was determined by routine method. Grain hardness, dry matter content, starch concentration and crude protein concentration was determined by NIR spektroscopy. No effect on grain quality was detected due to carbon dioxide enrichment. However nitrogen fertilizer influenced grain quality significantly. Zeleny value and crude protein concentration were decreased and starch concentration was increased in samples that stayed unfertilized. Other grain quality parameters stayed unaffected.

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