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Metabolizm węglowodanów jako jeden ze składników mechanizmów tolerancji na stresy abiotyczne u roślin

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Carbohydrate metabolism as a compound of tolerance mechanisms against abiotic stresses in plants.
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Zmiany w zawartości węglowodanów w tkankach roślinnych są często zaangażowane w odpowiedzi roślin na wiele stresów abiotycznych takich jak chłód, susza, zasolenie czy zalewanie. Stresy środowiskowe są głównymi przyczynami zmian w metabolizmie węglowodanów. Szlaki sygnalne wywołane przez cukry współdziałają ze szlakami odpowiedzi na stres i modyfikują metabolizm. W pracy opisano zmiany w zawartości cukrów i ich rolę podczas wzrostu i rozwoju roślin w warunkach stresów abiotycznych. Ponadto przedstawiono najnowsze dane na temat sposobu, w jaki rośliny odbierają i odpowiadają na czynniki środowiskowe poprzez mechanizmy odbioru sygnałów cukrowych. Dyskutowano także o złożoności ścieżek sygnalnych i znaczeniu poszczególnych cukrów rozpuszczalnych dla odporności roślin na stresy abiotyczne.
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Changes of carbohydrate concentration in plant tissues have been frequently shown to be involved in plant responses to many abiotic stresses like cold, drought, salinity and waterlogging. Environmental stresses lead to major alterations in carbohydrate metabolism. The sugar signaling pathways interact with stress pathways to modulate metabolism. This review describes the changes in sugar content and their role during plant growth and development under abiotic stresses. Moreover, recent evidences on the way how plants sense and respond to environmental factors through sugar-sensing mechanisms are presented. The complexity of signaling pathways and importance of several soluble sugars for resistance to abiotic stresses in plants are discussed.
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61
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4
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613-623
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2012
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  • Katedra Biotechnologii Roślin, Wydział Biologii Uniwersytet Szczeciński Wąska 13, 71-415 Szczecin, Polska
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