Metabolic siganture of oilseed rape source and sink leaves development under nitrogen and/or water limiting condition. Dechaumet, S.; Le Caherec, F.; Leport, L.; Bererdocco, S.; Rolland, S.; Marnet, N.; Jonard, C.; Guitton, Y.; Bouchereau, A.; Albert, B.; Faes, P.; and Deleu, C. In
abstract   bibtex   
Oilseed rape ( Brassica napus L . ) has become the main oilseed crop in Europe mainly grown for edible oil and biofuel, but also for livestock protein feeding . Despite high capacity for mineral nitrogen (N) absorption from soil, organic nitrogen remobilization (NRE) within the plant is considered inefficient, resulting in low nitrogen use efficiency ( NUE ; fig . 1 ) . Therefore, oilseed rape production is suffering significant energetic and environmental penalties . To meet current challenge of agro - ecology and sustainable agriculture through limitation of N fertilization inputs, these metabolic remobilization processes taking place during sequential leaf senescence to transfer nutrients from ageing to growing tissues , should be optimized . However, cellular and metabolic processes associated with leaf senescence remain to be dissected .
@inproceedings{dechaumet_metabolic_2016,
	location = {Montpellier},
	title = {Metabolic siganture of oilseed rape source and sink leaves development under nitrogen and/or water limiting condition},
	abstract = {Oilseed
rape
(
Brassica
napus
L
.
)
has
become
the
main
oilseed
crop
in
Europe
mainly
grown
for
edible
oil
and
biofuel,
but
also
for
livestock
protein
feeding
.
Despite
high
capacity
for
mineral
nitrogen
(N)
absorption
from
soil,
organic
nitrogen
remobilization
({NRE})
within
the
plant
is
considered
inefficient,
resulting
in
low
nitrogen
use
efficiency
(
{NUE}
;
fig
.
1
)
.
Therefore,
oilseed
rape
production
is
suffering
significant
energetic
and
environmental
penalties
.
To
meet
current
challenge
of
agro
-
ecology
and
sustainable
agriculture
through
limitation
of
N
fertilization
inputs,
these
metabolic
remobilization
processes
taking
place
during
sequential
leaf
senescence
to
transfer
nutrients
from
ageing
to
growing
tissues
,
should
be
optimized
.
However,
cellular
and
metabolic
processes
associated
with
leaf
senescence
remain
to
be
dissected
.},
	eventtitle = {The nitrogen nutrition of plants},
	author = {Dechaumet, Sylvain and Le Caherec, F. and Leport, L. and Bererdocco, S. and Rolland, S. and Marnet, N. and Jonard, Catherine and Guitton, Yann and Bouchereau, Alain and Albert, B. and Faes, P. and Deleu, C.},
	date = {2016-08-22},
	file = {Dechaumet et al. - 2016 - Metabolic siganture of oilseed rape source and sin.pdf:C\:\\Users\\ygu\\Zotero\\storage\\N5QNP87S\\Dechaumet et al. - 2016 - Metabolic siganture of oilseed rape source and sin.pdf:application/pdf}
}
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