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Bioactive properties of biostimulants obtained by enzymatic hydrolysis 11/2017 ( de 35) Poster
(3r World Biostmulant Congress, Miami (FL, USA))
Amino acid-based biostimulant is a commonly used category for those biostimulants that are obtained by hydrolysis of protein extracts. However, in addition to the content in L-Amino acids, they usuall...

Enhancing foliar iron uptake with amino acids complexes 06/2016 ( de 35) Poster
(18th International Symposium on Iron Nutrition in plants)
Foliar fertilization is an alternative tool in the treatment of iron chlorosis and other micronutrient deficiencies, especially in conditions where the correction through the soil is limited: immobili...

A DIGE proteomic analysis of wheat flag leaf treated with TERRA-SORB® foliar, a free amino acid high content biostimulant 03/2016 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Journal of Integrated Omics, 188)
The flag leaf is the most important source of carbohydrate during wheat kernel filling. Around a 75% of all sugars stored in the kernel come from carbon fixed by this leaf. Terra-Sorb® foliar is an L-...

The 2nd World Congress of the use of Biostimulants in Agriculture 11/2015 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(Florencia (Italia))
Plant biostimulants are products that contain multiple compounds and claim to activate a wide range of plant responses. Amino acids based products are one example of biostimulants with a complex compo...

Understanding the effect of amino acids based biostimulant by an enantiomeric analysis of their active principles and a proteomic profiling approach 11/2015 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Florence, Italy )
Plant biostimulants are products that contain multiple compounds and claim to activate a wide range of plant responses. Amino acid based products are one example of biostimulants with a complex comp...

Response of ‘Banilejo’ Mango to Foliar Applications of a Biostimulant Based on Free Amino Acids and Potassium 03/2015 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(ISHS Acta Horticulturae 1075 pp 121-125 )
Research was conducted to determine the effects of a biostimulant containing 5% free amino acids with 30% K2O on marketable fruit number, average fruit weight and soluble solids concentration in fruit...

Enhancing Plant Tolerance to Temperature Stress with Amino acids: an Approach to their Mode of Action 01/2014 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Acta Horticulturae 1009, ISHS 2013: 29-36)
Several environmental factors adversely affect plant growth, its development and the final crop yield, being temperature stress (cold, freeze or heat stress) one of the most limiting variables. With t...

Enantiomeric separation of free L-and D- amino acids in hydrolyzed protein fertilizers by CE-MS2 10/2013 ( de 35) Poster
(20th International symposium on separation techniques, Spain)
Hydrolyzed protein fertilizers (HPFs) are obtained mainly by chemical hydrolysis, or through enzymatic hydrolysis, and they typically contain free amino acids, oligo- and poly-peptides. During the ch...

X International Mango Symposium 07/2013 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(Punta Cana, República Dominicana)
Experiments were conducted to determine the effects of a biostimulant formulation containing 5% free amino acids with 1% N and 30% K2O (AminoQuelant®- K) on fruit set and size of mango ‘Banilejo’. Fru...

Enantiomeric separation of Free L- and D-Amino Acids in Hydrolyzed Protein Fertilizers by Capillary Electrophoresis Tandem Mass Spectrometry 05/2013 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 2013, 61, 5022-5030)
L-amino acids play a part in many physiological processes in plants. However, while L-amino acids are biologically active, the metabolism role of D-amino acids in plants is still doubtful, and the few...

Terra-Sorb Foliar®, an amino acid based-biostimulant, mitigates the effects of glyphosate by triggering defence responses in glyphosate-resistant soybeans 03/2013 ( de 35) Poster
(World Soybean Research Conference, Durban, South Africa.)
The production of glyphosate-resistant (GR) soybeans continues to increase, as does the frequency of use of the herbicide glyphosate. Although largely resistant to glyphosate, GR soybean plants can st...

1st World Congress on the use of Biostimulants in Agriculture 12/2012 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(Strasbourg, France)
Several environmental factors adversely affect plant growth, its development and the final crop yield, being temperature stress (cold, freeze or heat stress) one of the most limiting variables. With t...

Perturbations of Amino acid metabolism associated with Glyphosate-dependent inhibition of shikimic acid metabolism affect cellular redox homeostasis and alter the abundance of proteins involved in photosynthesis and photorespiration 12/2011 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Plant Physiology (2011) Vol.157: 256-268)
The herbicide glyphosate inhibits the shikimate pathway of the synthesis of amino acids such as phenylalanine, tyrosine, and tryptophan. However, much uncertainty remains concerning precisely how gly...

9th Days of Experimentation in Fruitgrowing 11/2011 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(Sevilla, España)
Nutrient deficiency stress produced by the low availability of a nutrient or a nutritional imbalance is one of the main limiting factors in the production and fruit quality. The foliar application of ...

6th International Table grape Symposium 07/2010 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(Davis, CA )
Terra-Sorb® is a commercial product based on a mixture of all biologically active L-amino acids which proceed from enzymatic hydrolysis for agriculture use by foliar application (Bioiberica, 2009). Sp...

A DIGE proteomic analysis of wheat flag leave treated with Terra-Sorb foliar, a free amino acid-based biostimulator 02/2010 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Proteómica, Nº5)
The flag leaf is the most important source of carbohydrate during wheat kernel filling. Around a 75% of all sugars stored in the kernel come from carbon fixed by this leaf. Previous studies have shown...

A DIGE Proteomic analysis of wheat flag leaf treated with Terra-Sorb Foliar, a free amino acid-based biostimulator. 02/2009 ( de 35) Poster
(Proteomics and Human Proteome. Pamplona, Spain)
The flag leaf is the most important source of carbohydrate during wheat kernel filling. Around a 75% of all sugars stored in the kernel come from carbon fixed by this leaf. Terra-Sorb® foliar is an ...

Growth acceleration of Orlando; Tangelo (Citrus reticulata x Citrus paradisi) in Nurseries With a Commercial Extract of Kelp (Ascophyllum nodosum), a Commercial Amino Acid Mixture, and a Commercial N-Zn-B Fertilizer 08/2008 ( de 35) Poster
(PGRSA 35rd Meeting. San Francisco, California)
Nursery experiments were carried out in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, to determine the effect of increasing rates of a kelp extract (StimplexTM), a commercial formulation of amino acids (Macro-Sorb Radicular...

2nd Conference of the Fertilization Group of the Spanish Society of Horticultural Sciences 11/2007 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(Logroño, España)
Improved quality parameters in peach trees and strawberries by the addition of Ca or K with amino acids. This study evaluates the efficacy of the application of two products - AminoQuelant-K and Amino...

11th National Conference on Horticultural Sciences (SECH) 04/2007 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(Albacete, España)
Improvement in fruit setting and calibre following application of boron with amino acids in different crops

Effects of the Application of Amino Acids in Drip Irrigation in Olive Trees 10/2006 ( de 35) Poster
(VII Jornadas Olivícolas, La Serena, Chile)
Olive trees are subject to several types of environmental stress due to their area of distribution (Mediterranean climate). For this reason, olive trees are resistant and are adapted to dry condition...

Micronutrients With Amino Acids to Overcome Stress Due to Nutritional Deficiencies 07/2006 ( de 35) Poster
(XI Simposio Ibérico sobre Nutrición Mineral. Pamplona, España)
Micronutrient deficiency leads to internal physiological disorders in the plant, limiting growth and production in the affected crops. The application of micronutrients with amino acids provides the m...

Micronutrients With Amino Acids to Overcome Stress Due to Nutritional Deficiencies 01/2006 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Nutrición mineral: Aspectos fisiológicos,agronómicos y ambiental)
Micronutrient deficiency leads to internal physiological disorders in the plant, limiting growth and production in the affected crops. The application of micronutrients with amino acids provides the ...

Amino Acids as Elicitors: a Way to Increase Plant Stress-Tolerance 05/2005 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(New AG International)
Several amino-acids are currently used in U.S. horticulture: gibberelic acids, auxines, cytokinins, etc. , mostly as inhibitors. In the last decade, amino acids biostimulants use increased because of ...

Effect of the Application of Terra-Sorb on Fruit Retention, Development and Quality in Mangos 01/2004 ( de 35) Poster
(I Congreso Iberamericano de Nutrición Vegetal, Barcelona, España)
In certain species and varieties, such as mango, the level of fruit setting is a factor that considerably affects final crop production. This parameter, which is basically regulated by the plant’s own...

Potassium in Cotton. Effect on Yield and Quality 07/2002 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Horticultura)
AminoQuelant®-K from Bioibérica S.A. is a product based on potassium combined with rapid-assimilation L-a-amino acids. Potassium is a very important nutrient for plants, particularly during the matura...

Amino Acids Absolute 02/2002 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Golfdom)
Problem; after 22 years of irrgating with effluent water, the fairways at White Pines GC began to die from a tremendous buildup of sodium in the soil, which had a high pH. Solution; the use of amino a...

III Enfrute. National Conference on Temperate-Climate Fruit Growing 07/2000 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(Fraiburgo/SC, Brasil)
Use of Amino Acids in Agriculture

Applications of Calcium in Apple Trees 01/1996 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(ITEA, vol.92V, nº2, 58-63)
This study evaluated the effect of different leaf treatments carried out with a compound of calcium with amino acids and a calcium chloride standard solution on the mineral content in leaves and fruit...

Development of Galia Melon Seedlings Under Saline Conditions 11/1995 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(PHM Revue Horticole, nº364)
Adding amino acids may allow plants to adapt to saline conditions. A protein enzyme hydrolysate was applied to young Reviga cultivar melon plants in saline conditions. This produced an increase in pla...

Effect of Application of Amino Acids in Melon Seedlings Subjected to Salt Stress 07/1995 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Agrícola Vergel)
It is well known that there is a large increase in some amino acids, such as proline, that are produced in the cytoplasm of plant cells under conditions of high salinity and that this effect plays a v...

Fruiting in Crops Treated With Enzyme Hydrolysate Amino Acids 04/1991 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Horticultura nº67, pg.47-53)
The influence of amino acids during pollen-grain germination and on the viability of the fruit formed after fertilization of the flowers (setting) has been the subject of several studies, which have s...

1st Hispano-Portuguese Conference on Plant Physiology 09/1989 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(Barcelona, España)
Relationship between net photosynthesis and variations in climate factors in lycopersicon esculentum: effect of protective action of different treatments with amino acids and other substances in reduc...

Protection of Net Photosynthesis of Lycopersicum sculentum in Situations of Climate Stress 09/1989 ( de 35) Poster
(I Congreso Hispano-Luso de Fisiología Vegetal. Barcelona, España)
The related literature describes the absorption of amino acids by leaves and/or roots in normal situations and in special circumstances, the osmosis-regulating role of Arg, Asn and Gln in hypertonic m...

Fertilization With Amino Acids 12/1987 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Fruticultura Profesional nº12)
Bioibérica compared in the effects what researchers such as Joy and Antcliff, Yamaguchi and others had already described, i.e., that free amino acids and peptides with a low molecular weight (a peptid...

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