Journal of Stress Physiology & Biochemistry, Vol. 17 No. 3 2021, pp. 51-60 ISSN 1997-0838
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Effect of Stress on Structural Behavior of Periplasmic Membrane In Pathogenic Organism

Mrunali Patel and Priti Patel

1 Department of Biotechnology, Mehsana Urban Institute of Sciences, Ganpat University, Mehsana, Gujarat, INDIA


Received March 23, 2021

Microorganisms have an assortment of evolutionary adaptations and physiological advancement mechanism which permit them to survive and stay dynamic in face of environmental stress. The examination propose that all the more proficiently coordinating microbial ecology into biological system nature will require more complete integration of microbial physiological ecology, population biology and process ecology. Microorganisms also have genomic and metabolic plasticity to adapt the numerous stressful conditions they come across during their life. They give a remarkable illustration of adaptation to the most diverse environments. There is still plenty to learn on how pathogens react to host imposed stresses, how environmental microorganisms become acclimated to so viably to the continually changing environments, how metabolic changes at last shape their genome and how all the above can be exploited to our advantage, for example preventing food to spoil, improving food safety, performing industrial synthesis with nominal or no contamination. The revealing insight into fundamental parts of microbial reactions to stress can have commonsense consequences in irrelevant fields, for instance in the fix of human sicknesses. The aim is additionally to provide a strong interdisciplinary climate which will give a gathering to the flow of new various thoughts for better understanding microbial physiology under stress. There are a few stress to organisms include osmotic stress, oxidative stress, pH stress, thermal stress, periplasmic stress, and nutrient and starvation stresses. Environmental stresses are commonly active during the cycle of microbial fermentation and have critical impact on microbial physiology. Microorganisms have built up a progression of systems to oppose ecological anxieties. They keep up the honesty and smoothness of cell films by tweaking their configuration and composition, the penetrability and activities of carriers are changed in accordance with control nutrient transport and ion exchange. 

Key words:    Pathogenesis, Resistance mechanism, Stress, Structural behaviour

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