ОСНОВНЫЕ ЭТАПЫ ФОРМИРОВАНИЯ КЛЕТОЧНОГО ОТВЕТА РАСТЕНИЙ НА ВЫСОКОТЕМПЕРАТУРНЫЙ СТРЕСС

Ирина Александровна Нилова, Людмила Владимировна Топчиева, Александр Федорович Титов, Irina Nilova, Lyudmila Topchieva, Alexandеr Titov

Аннотация


В статье обобщены литературные данные о формировании клеточного ответа у растений на высокотемпературные воздействия. Рассмотрены его основные этапы: восприятие высокотемпературного воздействия, передача сигнала о высокотемпературном воздействии, синтез белков теплового шока (БТШ). Описаны некоторые структуры и компоненты клеток, которые являются наиболее вероятными участниками восприятия клетками растений теплового воздействия. Особое внимание уделено плазмалемме, кальциевым каналам и ионам кальция, а также возможному участию в этом процессе цитоскелета, фитохрома B, БТШ70 и БТШ90. Рассмотрено предположение об участии вторичных стрессов, в частности стресса эндоплазматического ретикулума (ЭР-стресс), в качестве начальных звеньев в общей цепи событий, связанных с восприятием и передачей сигнала о высокотемпературном воздействии. Показано, что ионы кальция и активные формы кислорода (АФК) могут являться компонентами системы передачи сигнала о высокотемпературном воздействии. Помимо этого в сигналинге теплового воздействия могут принимать участие кальций-связывающие белки, липидные сигнальные молекулы, фитогормоны и различные транскрипционные факторы (HSF, MBF1, DREB, C2H2 ZF и др.). Подчеркнута особая роль в ответной реакции растений на действие высокой температуры шоковых белков и рассмотрено участие в этих процессах основных групп БТШ: БТШ100, БТШ90, БТШ70, БТШ60, нмБТШ. Сделано заключение, что восприятие высокотемпературного воздействия, передача сигнала о нем в ядро и синтез шоковых белков, являющиеся ключевыми событиями в процессе формирования клеточного ответа у растений на высокотемпературные воздействия, приводят к повышению выживаемости растений в условиях действия высокой температуры.


Ключевые слова


растения; высокотемпературный стресс; восприятие и передача стрессового сигнала; синтез стрессовых белков; БТШ

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