Gibberellic acid-stimulated Arabidopsis (GASA) gene family is a class of functional cysteinerich proteins characterized by an N-terminal signal peptide and a C-terminal-conserved GASA domain with 12 invariant cysteine (Cys) residues. GASA proteins are widely distributed among plant species, and the majority of them are involved in the signal transmission of plant hormones, the regulation of plant development and growth, and the responses to different environmental constraints. To date, their action mechanisms are not completely elucidated. This review reports an overview of the diversity, structure, and subcellular localization of GASA proteins, their involvement in hormone crosstalk and redox regulation during development, and plant responses to abiotic and biotic stresses. Knowledge of this complex regulation can be a contribution to promoting multiple abiotic stress tolerance with potential agricultural applications through the engineering of genes encoding GASA proteins and the production of transgenic plants.

GASA Proteins: Review of Their Functions in Plant Environmental Stress Tolerance / Taieb Bouteraa, Mohamed; Ben Romdhane, Walid; Baazaoui, Narjes; Alfaifi, Mohammad Y.; Chouaibi, Yosra; Ben Akacha, Bouthaina; Ben Hsouna, Anis; Kaˇcániová, Miroslava; C´ avar Zeljkovic´, Sanja; Garzoli, Stefania; Ben Saad, Rania. - In: PLANTS. - ISSN 2223-7747. - (2023).

GASA Proteins: Review of Their Functions in Plant Environmental Stress Tolerance

Stefania Garzoli
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2023

Abstract

Gibberellic acid-stimulated Arabidopsis (GASA) gene family is a class of functional cysteinerich proteins characterized by an N-terminal signal peptide and a C-terminal-conserved GASA domain with 12 invariant cysteine (Cys) residues. GASA proteins are widely distributed among plant species, and the majority of them are involved in the signal transmission of plant hormones, the regulation of plant development and growth, and the responses to different environmental constraints. To date, their action mechanisms are not completely elucidated. This review reports an overview of the diversity, structure, and subcellular localization of GASA proteins, their involvement in hormone crosstalk and redox regulation during development, and plant responses to abiotic and biotic stresses. Knowledge of this complex regulation can be a contribution to promoting multiple abiotic stress tolerance with potential agricultural applications through the engineering of genes encoding GASA proteins and the production of transgenic plants.
2023
GASA protein; phytohormonal responses; stress tolerance; plant development; redox regulation
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GASA Proteins: Review of Their Functions in Plant Environmental Stress Tolerance / Taieb Bouteraa, Mohamed; Ben Romdhane, Walid; Baazaoui, Narjes; Alfaifi, Mohammad Y.; Chouaibi, Yosra; Ben Akacha, Bouthaina; Ben Hsouna, Anis; Kaˇcániová, Miroslava; C´ avar Zeljkovic´, Sanja; Garzoli, Stefania; Ben Saad, Rania. - In: PLANTS. - ISSN 2223-7747. - (2023).
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