COLD STRESS: MOLECULAR EFFECTS ON MEDICINAL PLANTS

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  • Selin GALATALI Mugla Sitki Kocman University

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CAMTA, CBF/DREB TFs, cold stress, Hsp Family, MYB TF

Abstract

Plants do not have the ability to migrate to another suitable environment like other living things, for this reason, they should adapt to the different environmental conditions or their reproduction, the development and the growth are negatively affected. All these negative situations that affect plants negatively are called stress that are divided into two groups biotic and abiotic. The cold stress has two main effects on the plant: low temperature and dehydration. Plants create a tolerance response to this stress by laying out the transcriptional levels of proteins with different functions and especially transcription factors and some genes. Molecules involved directly or indirectly here include cryoprotectant proteins, chaperones, transcription factors and kinases. In the current review article, it was aimed to examine the cellular responses of medicinal plants treated with the cold stress during the adaptation process at the molecular level.

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GALATALI, S. (2022). COLD STRESS: MOLECULAR EFFECTS ON MEDICINAL PLANTS: English. Türk Bilimsel Derlemeler Dergisi, 15(2), 63–78. Retrieved from https://derleme.gen.tr/index.php/derleme/article/view/410

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