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Autophagy-mediated Nutrient Recycling and Regulation in Plants: A Molecular View Journal of Plant Biology

Publication Date - 2019-12-23 00:00:00

Publication Title : Autophagy-mediated Nutrient Recycling and Regulation in Plants: A Molecular View Journal of Plant Biology

Publicationed By : Dr. Md Saiful Islam

Publication Publication Date : 2019-12-23 00:00:00

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Autophagy is a major catabolic process in eukaryotic  cells for delivering unwanted proteins or damaged organelles  to the vacuole for degradation and recycling. In plants, it  functions as a housekeeping process to maintain cellular  homeostasis under normal conditions and is induced by  stress and senescence; it thus plays important roles in  development, stress tolerance, nutrient recycling, cell survival  and metabolism. It is also known that autophagy is crucial  for growth under dark-induced carbon starvation and nitrogen  (N) deficiency conditions in Arabidopsis. In the present  study, the authors review recent research on autophagy in  plants, and discuss new insights into its core mechanism,  regulation, selectivity and physiological roles for nutrient  recycling. Potential future directions are also highlighted.



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