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Effect of several germination conditions on total P, phytate P, phytase and acid phosphatase activities and inositol phophate esthers in rye and barley

Autor Centeno, Carmen ; Viveros, Agustín; Brenes, Agustín ; Canales, Rosa; Lozano, Ana; Cuadra, C. de la
Palabras clave Gibberellic acid
Germination
Barley
Phytase and acid phosphatase activities
Phosphorus
Inositol phosphates
Rye
Fecha de publicación 2001
EditorAmerican Chemical Society
Citación Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 49: 3208 (2001)
ResumenTwo assays were conducted to study the evolution of rye and barley phosphatases (phytase and acid phosphatase) and the degradation of its substrates (inositol phosphate esters) during seed germination. In this manner we could obtain a low-phytate, endogenous phosphatase rich ingredient to be used in animal nutrition. In the first assay, the seeds were soaked for 1 and 14 h and germinated for 3 and 5 days with and without the addition of gibberellic acid (GA3). In the second assay, the seeds were soaked for 1 h and germinated for 1, 3, and 5 days with GA3. Phytase (up to 5739 and 3151 U kg-1) and acid phosphatase (up to 18288 and 3151 U g-1) activities, and IP6 (6.09 and 6.01 mg g-1), IP5 (0.48 and 0.48 mg g-1), and IP4 (0.13 and 0.06 mg g-1) were detected in ungerminated rye and barley, respectively. The germination process caused a significant increase of Phy and AcPh activities in rye (up to 112 and 213%) and barley (up to 212 and 634%) and a reduction in the phytate phosphorus content (up to 84 and 58%, respectively). Phytate phosphorus content was affected only by soaking time in the case of rye. Finally, during the course of germination, IP6 and IP5 were rapidly degraded in rye (88 and 79%) and barley (67 and 52%), and IP4 was only a shortliving intermediate, which was increased during hydrolysis and degraded to IP3. In conclusion, a marked increase of Phy and AcPh activities in rye and barley with a concomitant decrease in phytate phosphorus content and an increase in the content of lower inositol phosphates were observed during the rye and barley germination.
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10261/90677
DOI10.1021/jf010023c
Identificadoresdoi: 10.1021/jf010023c
issn: 0021-8561
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