Solioz and Vulpe (1996) defined the heavy metal P-type ATPases as CPx-ATPases because they share the common feature of a conserved intramembranous cysteine-proline-cysteine, cysteine-proline-histidine or cysteine-proline-serine motif (CPx motif) which is thought to function in heavy metal transduction. Nutr. Copper: metabolic function and toxicity Copper is required for plant nutrition only in trace amounts and at higher concentrations can be toxic to cells. Plant Physiol. Res. Thus HMA7 (RAN1) is involved in ethylene signaling by transporting Cu to the secretory pathway, where it is required for the formation of functional ethylene receptors (Woeste and Kieber, 2000). Biol. Copper Toxicity is a build up of stored bio-unavailable copper in the body. Plant Mol. The CCS gene, homolog of the yeast LY7 gene, has been identified in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum; LeCCS) (Zhu et al., 2000), Arabidopsis thaliana (Wintz and Vulpe, 2002), and potato (Solanum tuberosum; StCCS) (Trindade et al., 2003). The Arabidopsis CCH gene, highly homologous to the yeast ATX1 (Himelblau et al., 1998) has been the most extensively studied of the three Cu chaperones in plants (Mira et al., 2001a,b). J. Biochem. [ Links ], Sersen K, Králová K, Bumbálová A, Svajlenova O (1997) The effect of Cu(II) ions bound with tridentate Schiff base ligands upon the photosynthetic apparatus. 33:1085-1092. The remaining four type 1B ATPases in Arabidopsis thaliana HMA1, HMA2, HMA3 and HMA4 are most closely related to the divalent cation transporters from prokaryotes and have no apparent counterparts in non-plant eukaryotes. Plants endure Cu toxicity through various detoxification mechanisms. Copper chaperones: The Cu chaperones belong to a new family of cytosolic, soluble, low-molecular-weight metal-receptor proteins named metallochaperones, and are involved in the intracellular trafficking of metal ions. Some authors (Schröder et al., 1994, Arellano et al., 1995) suggested that the electron flow from Tyrz to P680+ is blocked at toxic Cu concentrations. [ Links ], Renger G, Gleiter HM, Haag E, Reifarth F (1993) Photosystem II: Thermodynamics and kinetics of electron transport from QA- to QB (QB-) and deleterious effects of copper (II). Z. Naturforsch. Copper toxicity is a type of metal poisoning caused by an excess of copper in the body. Cu incites copious harmful impacts to biochemical processes. [ Links ], Van Vliet C, Anderson CR, Cobbet CS (1995) Copper-sensitive mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana. In view of the similarity between plastids and cyanobacteria, P-type ATPases such as PAA1, which are more similar to cyanobacterial transporters than to RAN1, were proposed to be involved in Cu delivery to chloroplasts. The recent completion of the Oryza sativa (rice) genome has allowed the comparison of the full complement of P-type ATPase genes in two different plant species, Arabidopsis thaliana and Oryza sativa. By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. In particular, the interaction of metal chaperones with transporters deserves attention since this may have important implications for sequestration of metals within intracellular stores. Plant Physiol. [ Links ], Ciscato M, Valcke R, van Loven K, Clijsters H, Navari-Izzo F (1997) Effects of in vivo copper treatment on the photosynthetic apparatus of two Triticum durum cultivars with different stress sensitivity. Redox cycling between Cu2+ and Cu+ can catalyze the production of highly toxic hydroxyl radicals, with subsequent damage to DNA, lipids, proteins and other biomolecules (Halliwell and Gutteridge, 1984). 9:111-123. Thus, heavy metal transport is a very exciting and fast developing field in plant biology. [ Links ], Barón M, Arellano JB, López-Gorgé J (1995) Copper and photosystem II: A controversial relationship. Rev. Can. [ Links ], Belouchi A, Kwan T, Gros P (1997) Cloning and characterization of the OsNramp family from Oryza sativa, a new family of membrane proteins possibly implicated in the transport of metal ions. This metal-transporter was identified originally by its sequence similarity to cyanobacterial CtaA protein. Plant Physiol. [ Links ], Kaiser BN, Moreau S, Castelli J, Thomson R, Lambert A, Bogliolo S, Puppo A, Day DA (2003) The soybean NRAMP homologue, GmDMT1 is a symbiotic divalent metal transporter capable of ferrous iron transport. Res. Tolerance to high concentrations of metals in species and cultivars that can grow on metal-polluted soil could be achieved by a range of potential mechanisms at the cellular level that might be involved in detoxification. Biochemistry 34:12747-12754. The toxicity of excess soil copper to plants may reduce crop yields. 50:698-701. These findings suggest an indirect role in Cu transport (Sancenón et al., 2004). New Phytol. 26:695-708. A comprehensive understanding of metal transport in plants will be essential for developing strategies to genetically engineer plants that accumulate specific metals, either for use in phytoremediation or to improve human nutrition (Salt et al., 1998; Pilon-Smits and Pilon, 2002). Consequently, several families of heavy metal transporters have been identified (for reviews see Fox and Guerinot, 1998; Himelblau and Amasino, 2000; Williams et al., 2000; Markossian and Kurganov, 2003) (figure 2). Phytogenous chronic poisoning is seen after ingestion of plants, such as subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum), that produce a mineral imbalance and result in excessive copper retention. We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content and ads. [ Links ], Salt DE, Smith RD, Raskin I (1998) Phytoremediation. 98:853-858. Annu. However, our knowledge of the transport processes for heavy metals across plant membranes at the molecular level is still rudimentary in most cases. In: Prasad MNV, Hagemeyer J (eds), Heavy metal stress in plants: from molecules to ecosystems, pp.73-97. (1996b) found that Cu decreased the level of the photoreduced Cyt b559 and slowed down its rate of photoreduction. 35:295-304. [ Links ], Thomas JC, Davies EC, Malick FK, Endreszi C, Williams CR, Abbas M, Petrella S, Swisher K, Perron M, Edwards R, Osenkowski P, Urbanczyk N, Wiesend WN, Murray KS (2003) Yeast metallothionein in transgenic tobacco promotes copper uptake from contaminated soils. Plant Physiol. COPPER IN PLANTS: ACQUISITION, TRANSPORT AND INTERACTIONS Inmaculada Yruela Estación Experimental de Aula Dei, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Avda. 19:203-209. As trace element, an optimal quantity of Cu is required to ensure cellular roles, but in excessive quantity it induces harmful impact on the primary production and survival of plants ( Printz et al., 2016 ). Toxic levels of Cu occur naturally in some soils whereas others may contain high levels of Cu as a result of the anthropogenic release of heavy metals into the environment through mining, smelting, manufacturing, agriculture and waste disposal technologies. Droppa et al. Plant. 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Cu-deficient plants show disintegration of the thylakoid membranes of chloroplasts (Baszynski et al., 1978; Henriques, 1989) as well as decreased pigment (chlorophylls and carotenoids) content, reduced plastoquinone synthesis and lower unsaturated C18 fatty acid contents (Barón et al., 1992). [ Links ], Himelblau E, Mira H, Lin SJ, Culotta VC, Peñarrubia L, Amasino RM (1998) Identification of a functional homolog of the yeast copper homeostasis gene ATX1 from Arabidopsis. In contrast, activation of AtCOX17 gene expression in response to Cu treatment might be an indication of a function like metallothioneins. This role is explained by the fact that ethylene receptors are Cu-dependent proteins (Rodríguez et al., 1999; Hiramaya and Alonso, 2000). Plant J. On the other hand, Cu ions are chelated by specific chaperones and delivered to Cu pumps for transport into organelles or directly to cytosolic Cu-dependent proteins. FEBS Lett. For this purpose, plants –like all other organisms- have homeostatic mechanisms to maintain the correct concentrations of essential metal ions. Rev. [ Links ], Fox TC, Guerinot ML (1998) Molecular biology of cation transport in plants. 87:116-119. Os mecanismos envolvidos na aquisição desse micronutriente essencial não foram claramente definidos, apesar de vários genes que codificam para transportadores de cobre terem sido recentemente identificados. Montañana, 1005, 50059E-mail Chem. 108:87-93. These are some questions of fundamental importance in plant biology, which underlie an area of research that is emerging now that the necessary molecular tools are available. Hence, the presence of excess Cu can cause oxidative stress in plants and subsequently increase the antioxidant responses due to increased production of highly toxic oxygen free radicals. 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Tais estratégias devem impedir o acúmulo do metal na forma reativa livre (vias de destoxificação) e assegurar a alocação adequada do metal a metaloproteína destino. Increased accumulation of the polyamine, putrescine, was detected in mung bean (Phaseolus aureus Roxb.) 25:521-528. [ Links ], Puig S, Thiele DJ (2002) Molecular mechanisms of copper uptake and distribution. [ Links ], Maksymiec W, Russa R, Urbanik-Sypniewska T, Baszynski T (1994) Effect of excess Cu on the photosynthetic apparatus of runner bean leaves treated at two different growth stages. [ Links ], Sancenón V, Puig S, Mateu-Andrés I, Dorcey E, Thiele DJ, Peñarrubia L (2004) The Arabidopsis copper transporter COPT1 functions in root elongation and pollen development. Because both isoforms of Cu/ZnSOD, cytosolic and chloroplastic, are expressed in leaves, one would expect that the Cu chaperone for these enzymes would also be present in the same tissues. 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In this sense, citrate appears to be responsible for Cu tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana (Murphy et al., 1999). There is little evidence that tolerant species or ecotypes show an enhanced oxidative defence; rather, tolerant plants show enhanced avoidance and homeostatic mechanisms to prevent the stress (De Vos et al., 1991; Dietz et al., 1999). Biophys. J. EMBO J. "Silicon Alleviates Copper Toxicity in Flax Plants by Up-Regulating Antioxidant Defense and Secondary Metabolites and Decreasing Oxidative Damage" Sustainability 12, no. Králova et al. More recently, three additional genomic sequences from Arabidopsis with homology to Nramps have been found denominated AtNramp1, AtNramp3 and AtNramp4. Critical deficiency levels are in the range of 1-5 dry mass and the threshold for toxicity … How do plants prevent these metals from accumulating to toxic levels? Plant Physiol. J. Exp. 118:441-69. 126:696-706. 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(2003) found that high Cu concentrations, apart from the inhibition of oxygen evolution, changed the initial S-state distribution of the oxygen-evolving complex, oxidized both the LP and the HP forms of Cyt b559, and enhanced the formation of the Chlz+ radical. after copper was increased in solution culture (91). 53:159-182. Acta Agraria et Silvestria Agraria 20:95-106. Additional effects of Cu toxicity on both the donor side, affecting the Mn-cluster and the extrinsic proteins of the oxygen-evolving-complex, and the acceptor side, interacting with the non-heminic Fe2+ and cytochrome (Cyt) b559 have been reported (Renger et al., 1993; Jegerschöld et al., 1995, 1999; Yruela et al., 1996b; Sersen et al., 1997; Yruela et al., 2000; Burda et al., 2003; Bernal et al., 2004). Biol. 84:329-332. The mechanism of Cu toxicity on photosynthetic electron transport has been extensively studied in vitro and it was found that PSII (figure 1) is a more sensitive site to Cu toxicity (for review see Droppa and Horváth, 1990; Barón et al., 1995) than photosystem I (PSI) (Ouzounidou et al., 1997). The data of partial sequences and expressed sequence tags obtained suggest these ATPases occur in a variety of plant species. These mechanisms appear to be involved primarily in avoiding the accumulation of toxic concentrations at sensitive sites within the cell preventing the damaging effects rather than developing proteins that can resist the heavy metal effects. Organic acids excreted by plants can facilitate metal uptake, but these molecules can also inhibit metal acquisition by forming a complex with it outside the root so that it is not taken up. 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Cu concentrations in cells need to be maintained at low levels since this element is extremely toxic in view of its high redox properties. A reduction in root growth was observed at an external Cu concentration of < 1 μM , with damage evident from an external concentration of 0.2 μM . 138:115-118. These studies indicated that Cyt b559 is affected after PSII centers are photoinhibited and that the HP form of Cyt b559 is more sensitive to the toxic Cu action than the LP form under photoinhibitory conditions (Bernal et al., 2004). Thus, these proteins prevent inappropriate Cu interaction with other cellular components. Springer-Verlag, Berlin. [ Links ], Baszynski T, Krupa Z (1995) Some aspects of heavy metal toxicity towards photosynthetic apparatus-direct an indirect effects on light and dark reactions. Rev. Plant Physiol. 60:123-150. Plant. Copper is an essential metal for normal plant growth and development, although it is also potentially toxic. 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