Molecular mechanisms of stress resistance of photosynthetic machinery

Vladimir D. Kreslavski, Anna A. Zorina, Dmitry A. Los, Irina R. Fomina, Suleyman Allakhverdiev

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Abstract

The mechanisms of action of stressors, such as high light intensity and heat stress, on the photosynthetic machinery, primarily on the photosystem II, are reviewed. First of all, stressors alter the chemical composition of thylakoid membranes and decrease the activity of photosynthesis. Photodamage is caused by the direct effect of light on oxygen-evolving complex, whereas accumulation of reactive oxygen species due to high light or high temperatures causes suppression of the de novo synthesis of the reaction center proteins and, ultimately, leads to the inhibition of the recovery of photosystem II. In addition to their destructive and inhibitory action, the reactive oxygen species and products of lipid peroxidation trigger protective processes that lead to acclimatization. Particular attention is paid to the mechanisms that protect photosynthetic machinery from injury and to the inhibitory effect of stressors in the light of varying intensity. The known stress sensory systems of cyanobacteria are also reviewed.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMolecular Stress Physiology of Plants
PublisherSpringer India
Pages21-51
Number of pages31
ISBN (Electronic)9788132208075
ISBN (Print)8132208064, 9788132208068
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2013
Externally publishedYes

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stress tolerance
photosystem II
light intensity
reactive oxygen species
Photosystem II Protein Complex
oxygen evolving complex
Light
sensory system
Reactive Oxygen Species
thylakoids
heat stress
Cyanobacteria
mechanism of action
acclimation
Thylakoids
lipid peroxidation
Acclimatization
chemical composition
Photosynthesis
photosynthesis

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  • Agricultural and Biological Sciences(all)
  • Medicine(all)

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Kreslavski, V. D., Zorina, A. A., Los, D. A., Fomina, I. R., & Allakhverdiev, S. (2013). Molecular mechanisms of stress resistance of photosynthetic machinery. In Molecular Stress Physiology of Plants (pp. 21-51). Springer India. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-81-322-0807-5_2

Molecular mechanisms of stress resistance of photosynthetic machinery. / Kreslavski, Vladimir D.; Zorina, Anna A.; Los, Dmitry A.; Fomina, Irina R.; Allakhverdiev, Suleyman.

Molecular Stress Physiology of Plants. Springer India, 2013. p. 21-51.

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Kreslavski, VD, Zorina, AA, Los, DA, Fomina, IR & Allakhverdiev, S 2013, Molecular mechanisms of stress resistance of photosynthetic machinery. in Molecular Stress Physiology of Plants. Springer India, pp. 21-51. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-81-322-0807-5_2
Kreslavski VD, Zorina AA, Los DA, Fomina IR, Allakhverdiev S. Molecular mechanisms of stress resistance of photosynthetic machinery. In Molecular Stress Physiology of Plants. Springer India. 2013. p. 21-51 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-81-322-0807-5_2
Kreslavski, Vladimir D. ; Zorina, Anna A. ; Los, Dmitry A. ; Fomina, Irina R. ; Allakhverdiev, Suleyman. / Molecular mechanisms of stress resistance of photosynthetic machinery. Molecular Stress Physiology of Plants. Springer India, 2013. pp. 21-51
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