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2011). In the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC6803 the key enzyme of the glucosyl-glycerol pathway (GgpS) can be non-competitively inhibited by nucleic acids in a sequence- and length-independent manner via a saltdependent electrostatic interaction. The intracellular salt concentration thus could serve as a trigger for GgpS regulation leading to inactivation through nucleic acid binding at low salt concentrations. An increase in salt concentration leads to liberation of GgpS and the accumulation of glucosyl-glycerol facilitates the acclimatization to salt stress.
This results in differential regulation of gene expression that will affect pathways including the induction of the ROS scavenging system and repression of the ROS-producing mechanisms. Ultimately this sensing, signalling and transcriptional reprogramming will be critical for the future fate of the cell leading to adaptation to the stress or to cell death. 2. Perception of salt and osmotic stresses Salt stress is an abiotic stress, for which some perception components have been identified. , Na toxicity (Munns & Tester, 2008).
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