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Research Article, J Plant Physiol Pathol Vol: 2 Issue: 4

Low and High Temperatures Enhance Guanylyl Cyclase Activity in Arabidopsis Seedlings

Yulia S Bakakina*, Ekaterina V Kolesneva, Dmitry L Sodel,Lyudmila V Dubovskaya and Igor D Volotovski
National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Institute of Biophysics and Cell Engineering, Minsk 220072, Academicheskaya 27, Belarus
Corresponding author : Yulia S Bakakina
National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Institute of Biophysics and Cell Engineering, Minsk 220072, Academicheskaya 27, Belarus
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Received July 02, 2014 Accepted August 30, 2014 Published September 03, 2014
Citation: Bakakina YS, Kolesneva EV, Sodel DL, Dubovskaya LV, Volotovski ID (2014) Low and High Temperatures Enhance Guanylyl Cyclase Activity in Arabidopsis Seedlings. J Plant Physiol Pathol 2:4. doi:10.4172/2329-955X.1000132

Abstract

Low and High Temperatures Enhance Guanylyl Cyclase Activity in Arabidopsis Seedlings

Guanylyl cyclase system plays a crucial role in intracellular signaling in animals and plants involving cyclic guanosine 3’,5’-monophosphate (cGMP) as a signaling intermediate. cGMP is a well-established intracellular molecule that takes part in diverse physiological processes, biotic and abiotic stress responses in higher plants. We have focused here on participation of cGMP as a secondary messenger in temperature stress-induced pathways and the mechanism of cGMP-mediated signal transduction in Arabidopsis seedlings.

Keywords: Abiotic stress; Adaptation; Arabidopsis; Cold; cGMP; Guanylyl cyclase; Heat; Second messengers

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