PHOTOSYSTEMPhotosynthesizing tissues, photosystem-II is further accessible to high temperature 7 but photosystem-I is relatively stable 8. Elevation in temperature harms the composite occurrence of photosystem-II, alters the photosynthetic behavior, suppression of carbon assimilation due to inactivation of Rubisco activase in wheat and depletion of carbon assimilation reduces ROS generation which, in turn, reduces protein synthesis and inhibits repairing of spoil photosystem-II 9 10.The sensitivity of photosystem-II where the increasing fluidity of thylakoid membrane and transport of electron to heat stress is commonly observed 11. The light harvesting complex-II Chl a/b-proteins from the photosystem-II was dissociated when temperature above 40°C 12.The cessation of photophosphorylation, blemishing and disarranging of thylakoid membranes is caused by Heat stress 13. A reduction in the photosynthetic capacity of leaf in wheat is caused by the key regulatory enzyme Rubisco activase, at high temperature 14.
LEAF SENESCENCELeaf ageing is the unique manifestations of inflated temperature distinguish by modification in the chloroplast structure accompanying by a vascular collapse, and a deprivation of plasma membrane integrity and intrusion of cellular homeostasis 15. Wheat plants also experienced senescence-related metabolic alteration due to heat stress 16. Inhibition of chlorophyll biosynthesis under high temperature may expedite leaf aged in wheat 17. Wheat plant exposed to rising in temperature during maturity enhanced leaf ageing emphasizes the reduction of chloroplast unification and escalates the decline of photosystem-II-mediated electron transport 18.
In wheat, the promotion of flag leaf ageing due to large diurnal variation in temperature 19.INCEPTION OF OXIDATIVE DAMAGE Plants are susceptible to elevated temperature often leads to the generation of oxidative stress 20 21. In wheat, peroxidation membrane are expand and membrane thermo-stability reduced by oxidative stress 22. Depolarization of the cell membrane with the accumulation of ROS in the cell plasma membrane, activation of ROS-producing enzyme and programmed cell death in plants are caused by continual high temperature 23. the production of O2 in root, at the prior stages malondialdehyde content in leaf and at the later stage development of seedling are increased due to rise in temperature 24. In wheat, effects of heat stress causes antioxidants superoxide dismutase, ascorbate peroxidase and catalyses glutathione reductase and peroxidase enhanced 25 26.
A novel ferritin (TaFER) predominant gene in reinforcing resistance to inflated temperature stress and other abiotic stresses associated with ROS scavenging 27.AFFECTING RESPIRATIONRise in temperature alters the activities of mitochondria by affecting respiration. With increasing temperature the rate of respiration also rises, but it reduce due to the harmful effect of the respiratory apparatus, at a precise level of temperature 28. The production of ATP is depleted, the rate of respiratory carbon loss dilates and enhancement in the generation of ROS as an ascribed to heat stress in the rhizosphere 29.
High temperature affects the solubility of CO2, O2 and the kinetics of Rubisco 30. The respiration rate of wheat leaf was notably inflated in heat receptive variety under heat stressed conditions when compared with that of control variety 31.CONCLUSIONA substantial development has been accomplished in interpretation on the effects of climate change on wheat, but there is a further necessitate for the heat resistance variety for rectification of crop turnout from the upcoming warmer environment.