Chinese Bulletin of Botany ›› 2020, Vol. 55 ›› Issue (1): 96-105.doi: 10.11983/CBB19130

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Research Advances on Lectin Receptor-like Kinases in Plants

Wang Menglong1,Peng Xiaoqun1,Chen Zhufeng2,Tang Xiaoyan1,*()   

  1. 1Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Biotechnology for Plant Development, School of Life Sciences, South China Normal University, Guangzhou 510631, China
    2Shenzhen Institute of Molecular Crop Design, Shenzhen 518107, China
  • Received:2019-07-10 Accepted:2019-09-24 Online:2019-12-20 Published:2020-01-01
  • Contact: Tang Xiaoyan


Plant growth and development are affected by various environmental factors. In response to various environmental changes, plants have evolved a series of signal recognition and transduction proteins, such as the plasma membrane-localized receptor-like kinases (RLKs), to cope with the environmental conditions. The lectin receptor-like kinases (LecRLKs) are a subfamily of RLKs that contain three structural domains: the extracellular lectin domain, transmembrane domain, and the intracellular kinase domain. Based on the structural difference of the extracellular lectin domain, LecRLKs are classified into three subclasses: L-, G-, and C-type. Recent studies have shown that LecRLKs play a vital role in plant development and biotic/abiotic stress responses. In this review, we discribe the research history, structural features and classification, and biological functions of LecRLKs, and emphasize on the functions of LecRLKs in plants in response to biotic/abiotic stresses and in regulating development. This review provides a view for future functional study on LecRLKs and crop improvement by elaborating different types and functions of LecRLKs.

Key words: receptor-like kinase, lectin receptor-like kinase, biotic/abiotic stress, plant growth and development

Table 1

Functions of lectin receptor-like kinase genes identified in plants"

基因 物种 类型 功能 参考文献
ZmPK1 玉米(Zea mays) G型 参与调控花粉与柱头之间的识别 Walker and Zhang, 1990
LecRK-V.5 拟南芥(Arabidopsis thaliana) L型 参与低聚糖和激素信号转导、细胞分裂、机械损伤信号调控、ABA响应和抗病 Newman et al., 1994; Hervé et al., 1996; Riou et al., 2002; Desclos- Theveniau et al., 2012
PnLPK 黑杨(Populus nigra) L型 参与调控机械损伤信号 Nishiguchi et al., 2002
LecRK-I.3 拟南芥(A. thaliana) L型 参与调控盐胁迫信号 He et al., 2004
GhLecRK 棉花(Gossypium hirsutum) L型 参与纤维发育 Zuo et al., 2004
Pi-d2 水稻(Oryza sativa) G型 参与抗稻瘟病菌小种ZB15 Chen et al., 2006
LecRK-IV.2 拟南芥(A. thaliana) L型 参与花粉发育 Wan et al., 2008
LecRK-VI.2 拟南芥(A. thaliana) L型 参与ABA对种子的萌发作用和抗病 Xin et al., 2009; Singh et al., 2012
LecRK-VI.3 拟南芥(A. thaliana) L型 参与ABA对种子的萌发作用 Xin et al., 2009
LecRK-VI.4 拟南芥(A. thaliana) L型 参与ABA对种子的萌发作用 Xin et al., 2009
LecRK-V.2 拟南芥(A. thaliana) L型 参与调控植物早期发育阶段盐信号 Deng et al., 2009
LecRK1 野生烟草(Nicotiana attenuate) G型 参与烟草天蛾诱导的防御反应 Bonaventure, 2011; Gilardoni et al., 2011
Nt-Sd-RLK 烟草(N. tabacum) G型 参与脂多糖免疫信号的识别和防御 Sanabria et al., 2012
LecRK-I.8 拟南芥(A. thaliana) L型 参与昆虫卵衍生诱导物的识别 Gouhier-Darimont et al., 2013
GsSRK 野大豆(Glycine soja) G型 参与调控植物耐盐性 Sun et al., 2013
LecRK7 水稻(O. sativa) L型 参与花粉发育 毕真真, 2013
LecRK-I.9 拟南芥(A. thaliana) L型 参与识别ATP与抗逆 Choi et al., 2014
SIT1 水稻(O. sativa) L型 参与调控盐胁迫信号 Li et al., 2014
LORE 拟南芥(A. thaliana) G型 参与脂多糖识别引起的免疫反应 Ranf et al., 2015
LecRK-IX.1 拟南芥(A. thaliana) L型 参与抗疫霉菌 Wang et al., 2015
LecRK-IX.2 拟南芥(A. thaliana) L型 参与抗疫霉菌、SA响应和调控细胞死亡 Wang et al., 2015; Luo et al., 2017
PsLecRLK 豌豆(Pisum sativum) L型 参与调控植物耐盐性 Vaid et al., 2015
SDS2 水稻(O. sativa) G型 参与程序性细胞死亡和抗稻瘟病菌 Fan et al., 2018
PbLRK138 豆梨(Pyrus calleryana) L型 参与诱导细胞死亡和抗盐胁迫 Ma et al., 2018
LecRK-VI.4 拟南芥(A. thaliana) L型 参与ABA介导的气孔开闭 Zhang et al., 2019
PtLecRLK1 毛果杨(Populus trichocarpa) G型 参与植物-真菌共生互作 Labbé et al., 2019

Figure 1

Diagrams showing the structures of three classes of LecRLKs"

Figure 2

Classification of the physiological functions of LecRLKs in plants"

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