2018
DOI: 10.1590/1678-4685-gmb-2017-0206
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Abstract: We cloned and characterized the full-length coding sequence of a small heat shock (sHSP) gene, PfHSP17.2, from Primula forrestii leaves following heat stress treatment. Homology and phylogenetic analysis suggested that PfHSP17.2 is a cytosolic class II sHSP, which was further supported by the cytosolic localization of transient expression of PfHSP17.2 fused with green fluorescent protein reporter. Expression analysis showed that PfHSP17.2 was highly inducible by heat stress in almost all the vegetative and gen… Show more

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“…2C). This finding is consistent with the previous results that the accumulation of heat shock proteins is also found in plants under drought, salt, and oxidant stress (Kim et al 2012;Jacob et al 2017;Zhang et al 2018c;Zandalinas et al 2018). Actually, in addition to its protective effect under stress conditions, the heat shock protein also plays ; g and h, GSH; i and j, PARP; k and l, ATP; m and n, ATPase.…”
Section: The Energy Allocation For Rice Plants To Survive In Cold Stresssupporting
confidence: 93%
“…2C). This finding is consistent with the previous results that the accumulation of heat shock proteins is also found in plants under drought, salt, and oxidant stress (Kim et al 2012;Jacob et al 2017;Zhang et al 2018c;Zandalinas et al 2018). Actually, in addition to its protective effect under stress conditions, the heat shock protein also plays ; g and h, GSH; i and j, PARP; k and l, ATP; m and n, ATPase.…”
Section: The Energy Allocation For Rice Plants To Survive In Cold Stresssupporting
confidence: 93%
“…Experimental evidence suggests that both CRGs and heat tolerance genes are often members of the temperature stress-responsive or thermostress-responsive (TSR) gene families. For example, the transgenic overexpression of a Primula forrestii heat-induced gene, PfHSP17.2, in Arabidopsis increased cold tolerance 44 . The overexpression of a zinc finger transcription factor (TaZnF) from wheat conferred tolerance to both heat and cold stresses in Arabidopsis 45 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Therefore, we concluded that TaHSP23.9 plays a positive role in the HSR and acts as a chaperone to repair damage caused by heat stress. In addition, many studies have confirmed that sHSPs can be induced not only by heat stress but also by various stress environments, and OE of sHSPs in transgenic plants can enhance plant tolerance to multiple stresses (Zou et al, 2012;Mu et al, 2013;Zhang et al, 2014Zhang et al, , 2018Kuang et al, 2017). Therefore, we verified the phenotype of TaHSP23.9-OE lines and the expression FIGURE 5 | The relative expression level of TaHSP23.9 under salt stress, and the MDA, total soluble protein, and proline contents and root elongation of Col-0 (WT) and TaHSP23.9 over-expression transgenic lines under heat and salt tress.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%