Nevertheless, land-use change and ecosystem disruption are well-recognized factors influencing the emergence of disease. Food Chem. Govind Ballabh University of Agriculture and Technology Abstract- Bioinformatics plays a significant role in the development of the agricultural sector, agro-based industries, agricultural by-products utilization and better management of the environment. (2008). Here, we have reviewed the recent advances in proteomics, as tools of biotechnology, which are offering great promise and leading the path toward crop improvement for sustainable agriculture. Crop improvement is hampered by the breeding strategies that have been a tradition and further improvement in food pro- duction is demanded in order to encounter the energy needs of world. Analogous to genomics, the term “proteomics” describes the study and characterization of the complete set of proteins present at a given time in the cell (Wilkins et al., 1995). Adhikari et al. Zhao, Z., Zhang, W., Stanley, B. Thurston, G., Regan, S., Rampitsch, C., and Xing, T. (2005). Taiz, L., and Zeiger, E. (2010). Meiotic aberrations related to spindle formation, spindle function and cytokinesis have been implicated in this process (Ramsey and Schemske, 1998). World climatologists predict that global warming will result in more frequent and severe droughts in the coming years. Source, Sink and Transcolation Studies To Increase Crop Yields. Proteome analysis of maize pollen for allergy-relevant components. A draft sequence of the rice genome (Oryza sativa L. ssp. As compared to analytical sensors or biosensors, nanosensors have great potential in crop protection with several advanced characteristics such as small size, portability, sensitivity, accuracy, reproducibility, stability, etc. Herndl et al. B., and Hurkman, W. J. (2006). We hope that, with time, the data sets for crop proteomics will strengthen further and that we will be able to see examples in which such proteomic-based knowledge is used directly for the improvement of the stress tolerance of a crop plant (Agrawal et al., 2012). Proteins are vital parts of living organisms, with many functions. Petersen, A., Dresselhaus, T., Grobe, K., and Becker, W.-M. (2006). Thus the literature suggests that NPs stimulate the increased activity of chloroplast (Hong et al., 2005b,c), Rubisco (Gao et al., 2006; Hasanpour et al., 2015), PEP carboxylase (Hasanpour et al., 2015), carbonic anhydrase (Faizan et al., 2017), the antioxidant enzyme system (Nekrasova et al., 2011), and nitrate reductase (Lu et al., 2002). Biotechnol. First screening method for the simultaneous detection of seven allergens by liquid chromatography mass spectrometry. Vensel, W. H., Tanaka, C. K., Cai, N., Wong, J. H., Buchanan, B. Proteomics and its applications Ravi Kumar, PhD 2. The accumulation of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase and a fragment of a putative HSP were observed at the start of the defense response time. Proteomics • The analysis of the entire protein complement in a given cell, tissue, body fluid and organism • Proteomics assesses activities, modifications, localization, and interactions of proteins in complexes. However, from an economic point of view, it would be better if major crops such as soybean, alfalfa, or corn can also be made efficient plant systems for recombinant antigen protein production (Sanford et al., 1993). In this direction, a snapshot of the cellular proteome map at a given time and under given conditions facilitates the identification of changes in protein expression (Hashiguchi et al., 2010). We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content and ads. A., and Assmann, S. M. (2008). Drug-resistant organisms present in the environment can be picked up and carried by wildlife and by feral animals, potentially increasing human health risks in urban areas (e.g., [18, 19]). Sanford, J., Smith, F., and Russell, J. The natural relation between biodiversity and human health is perhaps best brought to life in the biophilia hypothesis: the innate human tendency to affiliate with nature [25, 30, 31]. Preparation of Reports: After biometrical analysis of data, results are interpreted and various types of reports or documents are prepared. U.S.A. 101, 9971–9975. Acad. Microarrays are an attractive platform for highly parallel and high-throughput genotyping applications in plant genetics and crop improvement. (2009). Rep. 24, 674–686. Two-dimensional electrophoresis (2-DE) and mass spectroscopy (MS), two of the most widely used proteomics methods, are used to catalog and identify proteins in different proteome states or environments. The tripartite relation climate change–biodiversity–human health is still poorly understood due to its complexity. (2006). 99, 181–215. The ‘miracle rice’, bred at IRRI, resistant to multiple biotic stresses such as bacterial blight, gall midge, green leaf hopper, rice tungro virus and grassy stunt virus, A pure line selection from Kalam Banka, served as donor for submergence tolerance gene ‘Sub1’. The plant part which is used in regeneration is called explants). Global travel, transport, and trade drive the introduction of new species to ecosystems. Agrawal, G. K., and Rakwal, R. (2006). For agriculturists, precise or accurate farming has always been a major target for crop productivity. Iimure, T., Nankaku, N., Hirota, N., Tiansu, Z., Hoki, T., Kihara, M., et al. In particular, the fraction of the plant (2012). The relation between biodiversity and food quality is reciprocal: Healthy food depends on biodiversity, and biodiversity depends on how humans organize food production [21]. Bioresour. Gil-Agusti, M. T., Campostrini, N., Zolla, L., Ciambella, C., Invernizzi, C., and Righetti, P. G. (2005). Salt et al. These are the analytical devices with dimensions not more than 100 nm and can be fabricated into various forms for monitoring physicochemical changes related to crop improvement. Zhu, B., Ye, C., Lü, H., Chen, X., Chai, G., Chen, J., et al. Crop Proteomics and Its Application to Biotechnology Worldwide, food shortage is the most serious problem of the current century. Comparative proteomics analysis reveals the mechanism of pre-harvest seed deterioration of soybean under high temperature and humidity stress. Proteomics 7, 2083–2099. Huang, B., and Xu, C. (2008). Jagadish, S. V. K., Muthurajan, R., Oane, R., Wheeler, T. R., Heuer, S., Bennett, J., et al. Environ. Gao, L., Yan, X., Li, X., Guo, G., Hu, Y., Ma, W., et al. The exploitation of these sequence data for crop improvement is limited by the complexity of many of the traits that determine agronomic performance (Parry et al., 2005; Parry and Reynolds, 2007). Afr. 62, 385–395. Mittler, R. (2002). Nat. Front. These effects may be the possible fundamental mechanism responsible for enhanced growth and yield of crop plants. Proteomic analysis by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis and starch characterization of Triticum turgidum L. var. 72, 168–175. Mohammadi, M., Anoop, V., Gleddie, S., and Harris, L. J. A plant breeder needs to activate the proper protection systems in a crop plant to enable the survival of the plant’s cells under such heat stress conditions. Proteomics 11, 1696–1706. Proteomics has enabled the identification of ever increasing numbers of protein. By comparing two partially resistant lines with a susceptible control tomato line over time (72 and 144 h post-inoculation), plant proteins were found to be regulated in response to Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. Marker-assisted selection: an approach for precision plant breeding in the twenty-first century. (2011). 30, 1645–1658. Food security: crops for people not for cars. This diversity is under pressure by a decline of farming of traditional food plants, resulting in deficiencies of important nutrients in several regions. 7, 744–749. A., Appel, R. D., Humphery-Smith, I., Hochstrasser, D. F., et al. None-the-less, once a protein of a specific gene or gene families of allergen is confirmed, its expression can be silenced through biotechnological approaches for a safer human consumption of that food (Thelen, 2009). Biophys. Global proteomic profiling projects are useful techniques for increasing the knowledge base of plant breeders. Fungal terpene metabolites: biosynthetic relationships and the control of the phytopathogenic fungus Botrytis cinerea. They may also hamper the nature experience, for example, by forming impenetrable stands or water coverage, or by causing the deterioration of the environmental and aesthetic quality of ecosystems [34]. Agrawal, G. K., Pedreschi, R., Barkla, B. J., Bindschedler, L. V., Cramer, R., Sarkar, A., et al. Nanosensors should be incorporated in this field to detect the adverse conditions related to crop growth. A study reported the detection of OP pesticides using NP-based optical sensors based on fluorescence intensity via an AuNP–OP hydrolase conjugate (Simonian et al., 2005). A small-molecule fluorescent probe is used in ABPP; the probe irreversibly reacts with the catalytic sites of catalytic subunits in an activity-dependent manner. Furthermore, genetically diverse strains are less vulnerable to disease [24]. Nanochips have been reported to detect single nucleotide variations in pathogens such as bacteria and viruses (Lopez et al., 2009). Moreover, dehydration responsive proteins, such as dehydrins and HSPs, are over produced to protect the intracellular metabolic machinery (Wang et al., 2003). 21, 535–553. (1986). Proteomic analysis of bacterial blight defence signalling pathway using transgenic rice overexpressing thaumatin-like protein. It was released for the states of Bihar and Orissa, Improved Pusa Basmati 1 (Pusa 1460), 2007, The first product of molecular breeding in rice, developed by marker assisted pyramiding of genes, Improved Sambha Mahsuri (RP-Bio 226), 2007, An improved version of Sambha Mahsuri, developed through molecular breeding by pyramiding the genes, An improved version of Swarna, the mega rice variety, developed through MAS by incorporating the Sub1 gene from FR13A, 2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy acetic acid (systemic herbicide), Magnetic nanoparticles coated with antibody (anti-AFM1), Organochlorine and organophosphorus pesticides in cabbage, Amino-functionalized nanocomposite with tetraethylene pentamine, Iron oxide (30 nm), zirconium oxide (31.5 nm) nanoparticles, Methyl parathion in vegetables (cabbage, spinach, lettuce), Nanosized polyaniline matrix with single-walled carbon nanotube, single-stranded DNA, and enzyme, Herbicide metsulfuron-methyl, an acetolactate synthase (ALS) inhibitor, Atomic force microscopy tip functionalized with the ALS enzyme, Dichlorvos and paraoxon in drinking water, Acetylcholinesterase and pyranine immobilized on nanosized liposomes, Molecular-imprinted nanopolymers (methacrylic acid with carboxyl functional groups), Imazaquin, metsulfuron-methyl and atrazine (herbicide detection), Molecularly imprinted polymers fluorescent chemosensor, Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (pesticide), Bovine serum albumin was covalently immobilized on the gold-coated side of the cantilever, Cantilevers (nanoscale) functionalized with highly specific and site-directed antiatrazine antibodies, Insecticide cartap (nereistoxin derivative), AuNPs attached via amino or sulfhydryl groups to the organophosphate hydrolase (OPH), (CdSe)ZnS core–shell QDs and an OPH bioconjugate, Localized surface plasmon resonance of AuNPs conjugated with acetylcholinesterase (AChE), Adsorption onto nanogold/nano-PANI chitosan, Potential-controlled adsorption onto aSiO, Potential-controlled adsorption onto polylysine/SWCNTs, Potential-controlled adsorption onto nanogold-CNT/nano-PANI, Adsorption onto nano-(Au–Pt)-polytyramine, Covalent attachment to succinimide-functionalized acrylic microspheres onto the AuNPs/SPCE, DPV with anthraquinone-2-sulfonic acid monohydrate sodium salt as indicator. New proteomic approaches to plant pathogenic fungi. J. AOAC Int. 2003, 60, 15–26). This capability is especially useful for crops as it may give clues not only about nutritional value, but also about yield and how these factors are affected by adverse conditions. Both LT-B (Mason et al., 1998) and CT-B (Arakawa et al., 1998) expressed in transgenic potatoes produced toxin-protective intestinal antibody responses after ingestion, and this shows that plants produced correctly folded proteins and assembled native GM1-binding parametric complexes. Based on the results of this study, these proteins were proposed to potentially be involved in the incompatible interactions between the plants and the fungus and thus might be good candidates for approaching through plant biotechnology. J. Integr. Nat. None-the-less, the knowledge about the interacting protein partners, essential for the success of the function of a particular protein, might be a good target for gene pyramiding in species that lack the interacting protein(s). Thelen, J. J. In-depth proteomic analysis of non-alcoholic beverages with peptide ligand libraries. (2012). J. Infect. Dis. Leveraging proteomics to understand plant–microbe interactions. Proc. Nutr. Early stages of drug development as well as in analysis of adverse effects of existing drug molecules. Neilson, K. A., Mariani, M., and Haynes, P. A. Yu, J., Hu, S., Wang, J., Wong, G. K., Li, S., Liu, B., et al. Progress made with the help of various -omics approaches along with the creation of a wider gene pool by utilizing modern biotechnological tools is the best approach to improve crop productivity for meeting food production goals by 2050. Apart from crop protection, they can also be utilized as packaging materials in protecting post-harvest products. ABA has been found to play an indispensable role in the plant response to drought conditions by inducing many transcription factors. Abstract. Automation of irrigation systems for better crop productivity is another area where the use of nanosensors can be applied. But nature was also a source for food and water and shelter. Proteomics 4, 505–513. Invasive species may result in biodiversity decline, and the success of an invasion may be the result of a lack of different components of biodiversity in the invaded habitat. These proteins can be used to employ phylogenetic and molecular breeding strategies in the improvement of this crop (Johnson et al., 2011). Tacket, C. O., Mason, H. S., Losonsky, G., Clements, J. D., Levine, M. M., and Arntzen, C. J. Furthermore, the co-segregation of a protein and the QTL (or the trait) can be studied in the two parental lines from which the mapping populations were developed. Komatsu, S. (2008). ‘Proteomics’ is the study of the proteome and involves the technology used to identify For Correspondence Yeakuty Marzan Jhanker Department of Pharmacy University of Asia Pacific Dhanmondi, Dhaka-1205 Bangladesh Contact no. The first of these, the reduction of the duration of breeding programmes, makes use of tissue culture. Cone snail peptides, which the animals use to defend themselves or paralyze their prey, can be very effective for chronic pain treatment for humans. Galant, A., Koester, R. P., Ainsworth, E. A., Hicks, L. M., and Jez, J. M. (2012). J. Agric. Bazargani, M. M., Sarhadi, E., Bushehri, A. Sixma, T. K., Pronk, S. E., Kalk, K. H., Wartna, E. S., Van Zanten, B. In crop improvement programme their use involves (1) development of mapping population segregating for the trait of interest, (2) identification of polymorphic markers, (3) genotyping of mapping population with polymorphic markers, (4) construction of genetic maps and (5) precise phenotyping for the trait of interest. 194, 220–229. AuNP, gold nanoparticle; CNT, carbon nanotube; CPE, carbon-paste electrode; DPASV, differential pulse anodic solid voltammetry; DPV, differential pulse voltammetry; EIS, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy; GCE, glassy carbon electrode; MB, methylene blue; MWCNT, multi-walled carbon nanotube; NOS, nopaline synthase; PANI, polyaniline; PAT, phosphinothricin acetyltransferase gene; PATP, p-aminothiophenol; PbS, lead sulfide; PDC, 2,6-pyridinedicarboxylic acid; PDDA, poly(diallyldimethyl ammonium chloride); PEP, phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase promoter; PPy, polypyrrole; SPCE, screen-printed carbon electrode; SWCNT, single-walled CNT; SWV, square wave voltammetry. Bot. Mass Spectrom. Song, X., Ni, Z., Yao, Y., Xie, C., Li, Z., Wu, H., et al. 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