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Beneficial Role of Selenium (Se) Biofortification in Developing Resilience Against Potentially Toxic Metal and Metalloid Stress in Crops: Recent Trends in Genetic Engineering and Omics Approaches

Selenium is present in plants both in organic and organic forms as selenoamino acids and methylated complexes. Se deficiency causes several common medical disorders, including sebum. Se biofortification and abiotic stress tolerance in food and medicinal crops can be determined by chemical form, application method, edaphic presence and bioavailability of Se, as well as its interactions with other elements. The role of Se biofortification in improving dietary Se in crops and its bioavailability is covered in this article. The study also discusses Se-mediated enhancement of toxic metal and metalloid stress by retaining cell membrane stability, operation of photosynthesis, inhibition of uptake and transfer of hazardous metals and metalloids, and monitoring mineral transport and conversion of toxic metals and metalloids to non-toxic Se-metal complexes. In addition, new studies on Se biofortification and Se-mediated abiotic stress tolerance are also discussed.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s42729-022-00814-y

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