Bioactivity study of the C 60 -L-threonine derivative for potential application in agriculture

Gayane G. Panova, Evgeny B. Serebryakov, Konstantin N. Semenov, Nikolay A. Charykov, Olga S. Shemchuk, Elena V. Andrusenko, Elena V. Kanash, Yuriy V. Khomyakov, Alexander M. Shpanev, Larisa L. Dulneva, Nikita E. Podolsky, Vladimir V. Sharoyko

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Abstract

The present paper reports data on the biological activity of nanocompositions based on a C 60 -L-threonine (C 60 -Thr) derivative. These nanocompositions promote the nonspecific resistance of plants to the action of stress factors (ultraviolet radiation, pesticides, and phytopathogens). Additionally, we determined the perspectives of the C 60 -Thr adduct application in the cultivation of plants due to the decrease of the pesticide load on the environment. The biological study of C 60 -Thr revealed the plant growth-stimulating ability due to its influence on the photosynthetic apparatus activity and antioxidant properties.

Original languageEnglish
Article number2306518
JournalJournal of Nanomaterials
Volume2019
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2019

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Threonine
Pesticides
Bioactivity
Agriculture
Derivatives
Antioxidants
Ultraviolet radiation

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Panova, Gayane G. ; Serebryakov, Evgeny B. ; Semenov, Konstantin N. ; Charykov, Nikolay A. ; Shemchuk, Olga S. ; Andrusenko, Elena V. ; Kanash, Elena V. ; Khomyakov, Yuriy V. ; Shpanev, Alexander M. ; Dulneva, Larisa L. ; Podolsky, Nikita E. ; Sharoyko, Vladimir V. / Bioactivity study of the C 60 -L-threonine derivative for potential application in agriculture. In: Journal of Nanomaterials. 2019 ; Vol. 2019.
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Bioactivity study of the C 60 -L-threonine derivative for potential application in agriculture. / Panova, Gayane G.; Serebryakov, Evgeny B.; Semenov, Konstantin N.; Charykov, Nikolay A.; Shemchuk, Olga S.; Andrusenko, Elena V.; Kanash, Elena V.; Khomyakov, Yuriy V.; Shpanev, Alexander M.; Dulneva, Larisa L.; Podolsky, Nikita E.; Sharoyko, Vladimir V.

In: Journal of Nanomaterials, Vol. 2019, 2306518, 01.01.2019.

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