Differential regulation of drought stress by biological membrane transporters and channels

Singh, Simranjeet; Kumar, Vijay; Parihar, Parul; Dhanjal, Daljeet Singh; Singh, Rachana; Ramamurthy, Praveen C. ✉; Prasad, Ram ✉; Singh, Joginder

Angol nyelvű Tudományos Összefoglaló cikk (Folyóiratcikk)
Megjelent: PLANT CELL REPORTS 0721-7714 1432-203X 40 (8) pp. 1565-1583 2021
  • SJR Scopus - Agronomy and Crop Science: D1
    Stress arising due to abiotic factors affects the plant's growth and productivity. Among several existing abiotic stressors like cold, drought, heat, salinity, heavy metal, etc., drought condition tends to affect the plant's growth by inducing two-point effect, i.e., it disturbs the water balance as well as induces toxicity by disturbing the ion homeostasis, thus hindering the growth and productivity of plants, and to survive under this condition, plants have evolved several transportation systems that are involved in regulating the drought stress. The role of membrane transporters has gained interest since genetic engineering came into existence, and they were found to be the important modulators for tolerance, avoidance, ion movements, stomatal movements, etc. Here in this comprehensive review, we have discussed the role of transporters (ABA, protein, carbohydrates, etc.) and channels that aids in withstanding the drought stress as well as the regulatory role of transporters involved in osmotic adjustments arising due to drought stress. This review also provides a gist of hydraulic conductivity by roots that are involved in regulating the drought stress.
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    2022-01-26 17:54