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植物角质蜡质代谢及抗病机制研究

张启辉 李晓曼 龙希洋 胡宝予 肖新力 张潇文 TAKPAH Dennis 杨才琼 杨文钰 刘江

张启辉, 李晓曼, 龙希洋, 胡宝予, 肖新力, 张潇文, TAKPAH Dennis, 杨才琼, 杨文钰, 刘江. 植物角质蜡质代谢及抗病机制研究[J]. 浙江农林大学学报. doi: 10.11833/j.issn.2095-0756.20190745
引用本文: 张启辉, 李晓曼, 龙希洋, 胡宝予, 肖新力, 张潇文, TAKPAH Dennis, 杨才琼, 杨文钰, 刘江. 植物角质蜡质代谢及抗病机制研究[J]. 浙江农林大学学报. doi: 10.11833/j.issn.2095-0756.20190745
ZHANG Qihui, LI Xiaoman, LONG Xiyang, HU Baoyu, XIAO Xinli, ZHANG Xiaowen, TAKPAH Dennis, YANG Caiqiong, YANG Wenyu, LIU Jiang. Metabolism of the cutin and wax of plants and their disease resistance mechanisms[J]. Journal of Zhejiang A&F University. doi: 10.11833/j.issn.2095-0756.20190745
Citation: ZHANG Qihui, LI Xiaoman, LONG Xiyang, HU Baoyu, XIAO Xinli, ZHANG Xiaowen, TAKPAH Dennis, YANG Caiqiong, YANG Wenyu, LIU Jiang. Metabolism of the cutin and wax of plants and their disease resistance mechanisms[J]. Journal of Zhejiang A&F University. doi: 10.11833/j.issn.2095-0756.20190745

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植物角质蜡质代谢及抗病机制研究

doi: 10.11833/j.issn.2095-0756.20190745
基金项目: “十三五”国家重点研发计划项目(2016YFD0300209);国家自然科学基金资助项目(31971853);中国博士后科学基金(2017T100707)
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    作者简介: 张启辉,从事作物化学生态学研究。E-mail: zhangqihui@stu.sicau.edu.cn
    通信作者: 杨文钰,教授,博士生导师,从事大豆栽培生理研究。E-mail: mssiyangwy@sicau.edu.cn。刘江,教授,从事作物化学生态学研究。E-mail: jiangliu@sicau.edu.cn; 
  • 中图分类号: Q946

Metabolism of the cutin and wax of plants and their disease resistance mechanisms

  • 摘要: 角质蜡质是植物在长期的生态适应过程中进化形成的一类次生代谢产物,广泛参与了植物抗逆、抵御病虫害侵染等诸多抗性生理过程。角质蜡质在植物-病原互作中发挥了重要作用,是植物抗病机制的重要组成部分。随着分子生物学的发展,人们对植物角质蜡质代谢及其抗病机理的认知不断深入。本研究综述了植物角质蜡质生物合成与其抗病机理的最新研究进展并对未来研究提出展望。目前,植物角质蜡质的抗性机理研究主要集中于组成型抗性和诱导型抗性2类。角质蜡质作为角质层主要成分,一方面可作为组成型抗性成分发挥物理抗性(物理屏障)和化学抗性(抑菌)作用;另一方面,也可作为诱导型抗性成分发挥作用,诱导产生的角质蜡质单体除了作为角质层主要成分发挥物理抗性外,也可作为信号分子或者诱导子激活下游的抗性反应进而发挥其化学抗性功能。未来可侧重于对角质蜡质诱导抗性机理的深入阐释,进一步丰富植物化学生态学研究理论体系。此外,基于角质蜡质的诱导抗性作用,可开发角质蜡质类生物农药(植物免疫诱导剂),为植物病害防控提供新思路。图1参71
  • 图  1  角质蜡质诱导抗性机理图

    Figure  1  Inducible resistance mechanism of cutin and wax

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植物角质蜡质代谢及抗病机制研究

doi: 10.11833/j.issn.2095-0756.20190745
    基金项目:  “十三五”国家重点研发计划项目(2016YFD0300209);国家自然科学基金资助项目(31971853);中国博士后科学基金(2017T100707)
    作者简介:

    张启辉,从事作物化学生态学研究。E-mail: zhangqihui@stu.sicau.edu.cn

    通信作者: 杨文钰,教授,博士生导师,从事大豆栽培生理研究。E-mail: mssiyangwy@sicau.edu.cn。刘江,教授,从事作物化学生态学研究。E-mail: jiangliu@sicau.edu.cn; 
  • 中图分类号: Q946

摘要: 角质蜡质是植物在长期的生态适应过程中进化形成的一类次生代谢产物,广泛参与了植物抗逆、抵御病虫害侵染等诸多抗性生理过程。角质蜡质在植物-病原互作中发挥了重要作用,是植物抗病机制的重要组成部分。随着分子生物学的发展,人们对植物角质蜡质代谢及其抗病机理的认知不断深入。本研究综述了植物角质蜡质生物合成与其抗病机理的最新研究进展并对未来研究提出展望。目前,植物角质蜡质的抗性机理研究主要集中于组成型抗性和诱导型抗性2类。角质蜡质作为角质层主要成分,一方面可作为组成型抗性成分发挥物理抗性(物理屏障)和化学抗性(抑菌)作用;另一方面,也可作为诱导型抗性成分发挥作用,诱导产生的角质蜡质单体除了作为角质层主要成分发挥物理抗性外,也可作为信号分子或者诱导子激活下游的抗性反应进而发挥其化学抗性功能。未来可侧重于对角质蜡质诱导抗性机理的深入阐释,进一步丰富植物化学生态学研究理论体系。此外,基于角质蜡质的诱导抗性作用,可开发角质蜡质类生物农药(植物免疫诱导剂),为植物病害防控提供新思路。图1参71

English Abstract

张启辉, 李晓曼, 龙希洋, 胡宝予, 肖新力, 张潇文, TAKPAH Dennis, 杨才琼, 杨文钰, 刘江. 植物角质蜡质代谢及抗病机制研究[J]. 浙江农林大学学报. doi: 10.11833/j.issn.2095-0756.20190745
引用本文: 张启辉, 李晓曼, 龙希洋, 胡宝予, 肖新力, 张潇文, TAKPAH Dennis, 杨才琼, 杨文钰, 刘江. 植物角质蜡质代谢及抗病机制研究[J]. 浙江农林大学学报. doi: 10.11833/j.issn.2095-0756.20190745
ZHANG Qihui, LI Xiaoman, LONG Xiyang, HU Baoyu, XIAO Xinli, ZHANG Xiaowen, TAKPAH Dennis, YANG Caiqiong, YANG Wenyu, LIU Jiang. Metabolism of the cutin and wax of plants and their disease resistance mechanisms[J]. Journal of Zhejiang A&F University. doi: 10.11833/j.issn.2095-0756.20190745
Citation: ZHANG Qihui, LI Xiaoman, LONG Xiyang, HU Baoyu, XIAO Xinli, ZHANG Xiaowen, TAKPAH Dennis, YANG Caiqiong, YANG Wenyu, LIU Jiang. Metabolism of the cutin and wax of plants and their disease resistance mechanisms[J]. Journal of Zhejiang A&F University. doi: 10.11833/j.issn.2095-0756.20190745

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