Proteolysis in plants: mechanisms and functions

@article{Vierstra1996ProteolysisIP,
  title={Proteolysis in plants: mechanisms and functions},
  author={Richard D Vierstra},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={1996},
  volume={32},
  pages={275-302}
}
Proteolysis is essential for many aspects of plant physiology and development. It is responsible for cellular housekeeping and the stress response by removing abnormal/misfolded proteins, for supplying amino acids needed to make new proteins, for assisting in the maturation of zymogens and peptide hormones by limited cleavages, for controlling metabolism, homeosis, and development by reducing the abundance of key enzymes and regulatory proteins, and for the programmed cell death of specific… CONTINUE READING
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