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Газотрансмиттеры и их роль в адаптивных реакциях растительных клеток

Колупаев Ю.Е., Карпец Ю.В., Бесчасный С.П., Дмитриев А.П.

Огляд 




Обзор посвящен физиологическим функциям основных газотрансмиттров (ГТ) у растений. Охарактеризованы пути синтеза оксида азота, сероводорода и монооксида углерода. Показано их взаимодействие (cross-talk) с другими ключевыми участниками сигналинга – ионами кальция и активными формами кислорода. Рассмотрены основные пути модификации ГТ целевых белков: S-нитрозилирование, нитрование, персульфидирование. Особое внимание уделено механизмам функционального взаимодействия ГТ между собой, обусловленным прямым химическим взаимодействием, конкуренцией за мишени биомакромолекул, взаимным влиянием на синтез. Описано участие эндогенных ГТ в процессах адаптации растений к действию основных абиотических стрессоров: низких и высоких температур, обезвоживания и засоления. Приведены примеры практического использования доноров ГТ для индуцирования устойчивости растений к абиотическим стрессам.

РЕЗЮМЕ. Огляд присвячений фізіологічним функціям основних газотрансмітерів (ГТ) у рослин. Охарактеризовані шляхи синтезу оксиду азоту, сірководню та монооксиду вуглецю. Показано їх взаємодію (cross-talk) з іншими ключовими учасниками сигналінгу – іонами кальцію та активними формами кисню. Розглянуто основні шляхи модифікації ГТ цільових білків: S-нітрозилювання, нітрування, персульфідування. Особливу увагу приділено механізмам функціональної взаємодії ГТ між собою, зумовленим прямою хімічною взаємодією, конкуренцією за мішені біомакромолекул, взаємним впливом на синтез. Описано участь ендогенних ГТ в процесах адаптації рослин до дії основних абіотичних стресорів: низьких і високих температур, зневоднення і засолення. Наведені приклади практичного використання донорів ГТ для індукування стійкості рослин до абіотичних стресів.

Ключові слова: оксид азота (NO), сероводород (H2S), монооксид углерода (CO), активные формы кислорода, кальций, функциональное взаимодействие газотрансмиттеров, адаптивные реакции растений

Цитологія і генетика 2019, том 53, № 5, C. 56-74

  1. Харьковский национальный аграрный университет им. В.В. Докучаева, п/о Докучаевское-2, 62483, Харьков, Украина
  2. Харьковский национальный университет им. В.Н. Каразина, площадь Свободы, 4, 61022, Харьков, Украина
  3. Херсонский государственный университет, ул. Университетская, 27, 73000, Херсон, Украина
  4. Институт клеточной биологии и генетической инженерии НАН Украины, ул. Академика Заболотного, 148, 03143, Киев, Украина

E-mail: plant_biology ukr.net, beschasnyis gmail.com, dmitriev.ap gmail.com

Колупаев Ю.Е., Карпец Ю.В., Бесчасный С.П., Дмитриев А.П. Газотрансмиттеры и их роль в адаптивных реакциях растительных клеток, Цитологія і генетика., 2019, том 53, № 5, C. 56-74.

В "Cytology and Genetics". Якщо тільки можливо, цитуйте статтю по нашій англомовній версії:
Yu. E. Kolupaev, Yu. V. Karpets, S. P. Beschasniy, A. P. Dmitriev Gasotransmitters and Their Role in Adaptive Reactions of Plant Cells, Cytol Genet., 2019, vol. 53, no. 5, pp. 392–406
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