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Allelopatyczne oddziaływanie juglonu.

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Allelopathic effects of juglone.
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Allelopatia jest powszechnie występującym zjawiskiem w świecie roślin, które rosnąc w sąsiedztwie oddziaływają na siebie hamująco bądź stymulująco, wpływając na bioróżnorodność w lokalnym środowisku. Allelopatyczne oddziaływania roślin z rodziny orzechowatych (Juglandaceace) są doskonale widoczne w przyrodzie. Drzewa te syntetyzują wiele allelozwiązków, jednak najważniejszym z nich jest juglon należący do klasy naftochinonów. W komórkach roślin akceptorowych juglon generuje stres oksydacyjny i wpływa na ekspresję genów, zakłócając prawidłowy przebieg wielu procesów życiowych. Allelopatyczne modyfikacje na poziomie molekularnym znajdują odzwierciedlenie w fenotypie, skutkując hamowaniem kiełkowania nasion i zaburzeniem wzrostu siewek, co wykazano dla licznych gatunków roślin. Dlatego juglon w przyszłości może znaleźć zastosowanie jako naturalny herbicyd. Obecnie związek ten jest wykorzystywany w przemyśle kosmetycznym i medycynie, a szczególnie duże nadzieje budzi możliwość wykorzystania go jako substancji czynnej w lekach przeciwnowotworowych.
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Allelopathy is a common phenomenon occurring in the plant's world and resulting from long term co-evolution. Plants growing in their neighborhood interact with each other on the way of inhibition or stimulation affecting environmental biodiversity. Allelopathic effects of plants from Juglandaceace family are well distinguished in natural environment. Such trees synthesize various allelochemicals, among which the most important is juglone, a compound belonging to the class of naphthoquinones. The juglone in acceptor plant's cells generates oxidative stress and influences the expression of genes, which disturbs the proper functioning of many biochemical and physiological processes. Allelopathic modifications at the molecular level are reflected in the phenotype of plants, resulting in inhibition of seed germination and seedling growth, as evidenced for many plant species. Therefore, juglone in the future might be used as a natural herbicide. Currently, this compound is used in the cosmetic industry and in medicine; hopefully, it may also appear to be useful as a possible anticancer drugs component.
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2014
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