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Cross protection of one stress by another: strategies in postharvest fruit storage
Year:
1994
Authors :
לוריא, סוזן
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.
פליק, אלעזר
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קליין, יהושע
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Volume :
Co-Authors:
Facilitators :
From page:
201
To page:
212
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Total pages:
12
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Abstract:

An ability to modify metabolism and development in response to changes in the environment is essential to nonmobile organisms such as plants. These environmental changes can include extremes in temperature, excess of water causing anaerobic conditions, lack of water, the presence of salinity or heavy metals. All of these conditions have been shown to induce altered gene expression as one response to stress, and in some cases this results in a dramatic change in protein synthesis (Matters and Scandalios, 1986; Sachs and Ho, 1986). Stress such as anaerobiosis (Lin and Key, 1967), water deficits (Hsaio, 1970; Rhodes and Matsuda, 1976), heat shock (Key et al., 1981), and heavy metals (Orzech and Burke, 1988) all lead to a rapid shift of polysomes to monosomes and subunits, and a low rate of total protein synthesis. Among the stresses, heat shock and anaerobiosis reduce the rate of total protein synthesis by inhibiting the synthesis of pre-stress proteins, while heat stress and anaerobic proteins are actively synthesized (Key et al., 1981; Sachs et al., 1980). The alteration of the protein pattern is a reflection of both transcriptional (of stress related proteins) and translational (selective for stress induced mRNAs) regulation (Key et al, 1981; Matters and Scandalios, 1986; Sachs and Ho, 1986; Sachs et al., 1980).

Note:

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (volume 86)

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DOI :
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-79133-8_10
Article number:
0
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Database:
גוגל סקולר
Publication Type:
מאמר מתוך כינוס
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פרק מתוך ספר
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Language:
אנגלית
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38145
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Cross protection of one stress by another: strategies in postharvest fruit storage
Cross protection of one stress by another: strategies in postharvest fruit storage

An ability to modify metabolism and development in response to changes in the environment is essential to nonmobile organisms such as plants. These environmental changes can include extremes in temperature, excess of water causing anaerobic conditions, lack of water, the presence of salinity or heavy metals. All of these conditions have been shown to induce altered gene expression as one response to stress, and in some cases this results in a dramatic change in protein synthesis (Matters and Scandalios, 1986; Sachs and Ho, 1986). Stress such as anaerobiosis (Lin and Key, 1967), water deficits (Hsaio, 1970; Rhodes and Matsuda, 1976), heat shock (Key et al., 1981), and heavy metals (Orzech and Burke, 1988) all lead to a rapid shift of polysomes to monosomes and subunits, and a low rate of total protein synthesis. Among the stresses, heat shock and anaerobiosis reduce the rate of total protein synthesis by inhibiting the synthesis of pre-stress proteins, while heat stress and anaerobic proteins are actively synthesized (Key et al., 1981; Sachs et al., 1980). The alteration of the protein pattern is a reflection of both transcriptional (of stress related proteins) and translational (selective for stress induced mRNAs) regulation (Key et al, 1981; Matters and Scandalios, 1986; Sachs and Ho, 1986; Sachs et al., 1980).

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (volume 86)

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