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Título: The low energy signaling network
Autor: Tomé, Filipa
Nägele, Thomas
Adamo, Mattia
Garg, Abhroop
Marco-llorca, Carles
Nukarinen, Ella
Pedrotti, Lorenzo
Peviani, Alessia
Simeunovic, Andrea
Tatkiewicz, Anna
Tomar, Monika
Gamm, Magdalena
Palavras-chave: energy signaling
Data: 17-Jul-2014
Editora: Frontiers Research Foundation
Citação: Tomé F, Nägele T, Adamo M, Garg A, Marco-llorca C, Nukarinen E, Pedrotti L, Peviani A, Simeunovic A, Tatkiewicz A, Tomar M and Gamm M (2014) The low energy signaling network. Front. Plant Sci. 5:353. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00353
Resumo: Stress impacts negatively on plant growth and crop productivity, caicultural production worldwide. Throughout their life, plants are often confronted with multiple types of stress that affect overall cellular energy status and activate energy-saving responses. The resulting low energy syndrome (LES) includes transcriptional, translational, and metabolic reprogramming and is essential for stress adaptation. The conserved kinases sucrose-non-fermenting-1-related protein kinase-1 (SnRK1) and target of rapamycin (TOR) play central roles in the regulation of LES in response to stress conditions, affecting cellular processes and leading to growth arrest and metabolic reprogramming. We review the current understanding of how TOR and SnRK1 are involved in regulating the response of plants to low energy conditions. The central role in the regulation of cellular processes, the reprogramming of metabolism, and the phenotypic consequences of these two kinases will be discussed in light of current knowledge and potential future developments.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.7/334
DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00353
Versão do Editor: http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpls.2014.00353/abstract
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