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Research Progress in Plant Autophagy

Yang Liu, Jing Zhang, Qiuling Wang, Suiwen Hou*()   

  1. Key Laboratory of Cell Activities and Stress Adaptations, Ministry of Education, School of Life Sciences, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou 730000, China
  • Received:2017-05-17 Accepted:2017-06-30 Online:2018-01-10 Published:2018-01-01
  • Contact: Suiwen Hou


Autophagy is a protein degradation pathway in which target cellular materials are delivered to the lysosome and degraded by specific hydrolytic enzymes in animals; this progress is carried out within vacuoles in plants and yeast. Recently, several autophagy-related (ATG) genes have been successfully identified in Arabidopsis. Those genes are essential for autophagosome formation and the regulation of autophagy. Here we summarize the regulation of plant autophagy and its function in the plant adversity response.

Key words: plant autophagy, ATG gene, autophagy regulation mechanism, stress response

Table 1

Arabidopsis ATG homologs"

(Saccharomyces cerevisiae)
拟南芥(Arabidopsis thaliana)
Atg1 AtATG1aAtATG1bAtATG1c
Atg2 AtATG2a
Atg3 AtATG3
Atg4 AtATG4aaAtATG4ba
Atg5 AtATG5a
Atg6 AtATG6a
Atg7 AtATG7a
Atg9 AtATG9a
Atg10 AtATG10a
Atg101 AtATG101
Atg11 AtATG11a
Atg12 AtATG12aAtATG12b
Atg13 AtATG13aAtATG13b
Atg14 未鉴定
Atg16 AtATG16Lc
Atg17 AtATG11-like
Atg18 AtATG18aaAtATG18bAtATG18cAtATG18dAtATG18eAtATG18fAtATG18gAtATG18h
Atg29 未鉴定
Atg31 未鉴定

Figure 1

Autophagosome formation process in plants (modified from Liu et al., 2016)"

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