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Proteomics: A tool to decipher cold tolerance

  • Nelofer Jan
  • Hilal Ahmad Qazi
  • Vaseem Raja
  • Riffat JohnEmail author
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Abstract

The term ‘proteomics’ refers to a high-throughput technology and methodology to analyze protein profile of any organism. The complete set of proteins (proteome) of a cell is quite complex apart from being dynamic. Furthermore, environmental conditions greatly influence the accumulation of many proteins and thus dissecting the dynamics of proteome in response to any external stimuli is crucial for understanding the plant response to different environmental cues. Cold or freezing stress is a severe abiotic stress that not only reduces crop yield but also restricts the geographical distribution of many plant species on earth. The ability of the plants to adapt to various environmental stresses determines their survival and understanding this ‘ability’ is crucial for developing stress tolerant plants for improving agricultural yield. Proteomics provides an important platform to understand the molecular mechanisms lying behind cold tolerance in different plants. Here we have reviewed the current proteomics studies in plant response to cold stress with specific emphasis to cold stress response in plants at organ and organelle levels.

Keywords

Proteomics Cold stress Cold tolerance Plant antifreeze proteins 

Abbreviations

CBF

Cold binding factor

COR

Cold responsive

DREB

Dehydration responsive element binding factor

LEA

Late embryogenesis abundant protein

AFP

Anti-freeze protein

HIR

Hypersensitive induced response

Notes

Acknowledgements

The authors acknowledge the financial support by Department of Biotechnology and Department of Science and Technology, Govt. India. DBT and DST, Govt. of India.

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  1. 1.Plant Molecular Biology Laboratory, Department of BotanyUniversity of KashmirSrinagarIndia

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