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Sugar Signaling and Post-transcriptional Regulation in Plants: An Overlooked or an Emerging Topic?

Abstract : Plants are autotrophic organisms that self-produce sugars through photosynthesis. These sugars serve as an energy source, carbon skeletons, and signaling entities throughout plants' life. Post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression plays an important role in various sugar-related processes. In cells, it is regulated by many factors, such as RNA-binding proteins (RBPs), microRNAs, the spliceosome, etc. To date, most of the investigations into sugar-related gene expression have been focused on the transcriptional level in plants, while only a few studies have been conducted on post-transcriptional mechanisms. The present review provides an overview of the relationships between sugar and post-transcriptional regulation in plants. It addresses the relationships between sugar signaling and RBPs, microRNAs, and mRNA stability. These new items insights will help to reach a comprehensive understanding of the diversity of sugar signaling regulatory networks, and open onto new investigations into the relevance of these regulations for plant growth and development.
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Ming Wang, Lili Zang, Fuchao Jiao, Maria-Dolores Perez-Garcia, Laurent Ogé, et al.. Sugar Signaling and Post-transcriptional Regulation in Plants: An Overlooked or an Emerging Topic?. Frontiers in Plant Science, Frontiers, 2020, 11, pp.578096. ⟨10.3389/fpls.2020.578096⟩. ⟨hal-03046616⟩

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