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Table 1 Summary of some common plant antimicrobial peptides about their classification and Bioactivities

From: Plant antimicrobial peptides: structures, functions, and applications

Peptide Classification Function Potency Refs.
Purothionins thionin Antibacterial 1–540b Fernandez et al. 1972
Cp-thionin II thionin Antifungal 50b Schmidt et al. 2019
CaThi thionin Antibacterial, Antifungal 10–40f Taveira et al. 2014
alfAFP Plant defensin Antifungal 5f Gao et al. 2000
Fa-AMP1 Plant defensin Antibacterial, Antifungal 11f Fujimura et al. 2003
Fa-AMP2 Plant defensin Antibacterial, Antifungal 36f Fujimura et al. 2003
C. fistula PI Plant defensin Trypsin inhibitor 2e Wijaya et al. 2000
Rs-AFP1 Plant defensin Antifungal 5-15f Terras et al. 1995
Rs-AFP2 Plant defensin Antifungal 2f Terras et al. 1995
Rs-AFP3 Plant defensin Antifungal 2f Terras et al. 1995
Rs-AFP4 Plant defensin Antifungal 5–11f Terras et al. 1995
Vv-AMP1 Plant defensin Antifungal 3.6–15f de Beer and Vivier, 2008
ZmD32 Plant defensin Antibacterial, Antifungal 0.5–4.0e Kerenga et al. 2019
NaD1 Plant defensin Antibacterial, Antifungal 0.4–2.8e Kerenga et al. 2019
NTC Hevein-like peptides Antifungal 90–1250f Van Parijs et al. 1991
Pn-AMP1 Hevein-like peptides Antifungal 3–26f Koo et al. 1998
Pn-AMP2 Hevein-like peptides Antifungal 75f Koo et al. 1998
pnAMP-h2 Hevein-like peptides Antifungal 23–52f Koo et al. 2002
Ep-AMP1 Knottin-type peptides Antibacterial, Antifungal 0.31–10e Aboye et al, 2015
Psacotheasin Knottin-type peptides Antibacterial, Antifungal 12.5–25c, 1.56–3.13c Hwang et al. 2010a, b
bevuTI-I Knottin-type peptides Trypsin inhibitory
Prolyl oligopeptidase
471d
11e
Retzl et al. 2020
Tk-AMP-X1 α-hairpinin Antifungal 7.5–30f Utkina et al. 2013
Tk-AMP-X2 α-hairpinin Antifungal 7.5–30f Utkina et al. 2013
MBP-1 α-hairpinin Antibacterial, Antifungal 30b Duvick et al. 1992
Ps-LTP1 Lipid Transfer Protein Antibacterial, Antifungal 40e, 10-40e Bogdanov et al. 2016
McLTP1 Lipid Transfer Protein Antibacterial 12.5-200e Souza et al. 2018
Lc-LTP1 Lipid Transfer Protein Antibacterial, Antifungal 40e, 5-40e Bogdanov et al. 2015
Lc-LTP2 Lipid Transfer Protein Antibacterial, Antifungal 20-40e, 10-40e Bogdanov et al. 2015
Lc-LTP3 Lipid Transfer Protein Antibacterial, Antifungal 40e, 10-40e Bogdanov et al. 2015
Snakin-1 Snakins Antibacterial, Antifungal 3a, 1–10a Segura et al. 1999
Snakin-2 Snakins Antibacterial, Antifungal 1-20a Tavares et al. 2008
cyO2 Cyclotide family Antibacterial, Anticancer 2-9c, 0.1–0.3e Pränting et al. 2010; Lindholm et al. 2002
varv A Cyclotide family Anticancer 2.7–6.35e Lindholm et al. 2002
varv F Cyclotide family Anticancer 2.6–7.4e Lindholm et al. 2002
kalata B1 Cyclotide family Insecticidal 6.5–21f Colgrave et al. 2008
kalata B2 Cyclotide family Insecticidal 4.7–17f Colgrave et al. 2008
kalata B6 Cyclotide family Insecticidal 2.6–7.9f Colgrave et al. 2008
kalata B6 Cyclotide family Insecticidal 17–19f Colgrave et al. 2008
Poca A Cyclotide family Anticancer 1.8e Pinto et al. 2018
Poca B Cyclotide family Anticancer 2.7e Pinto et al. 2018
CyO4 Cyclotide family Anticancer 9.8e Pinto et al. 2018
  1. aEC50(Effective concentration for half-maximum inhibition in µM)
  2. bMIC (Minimum inhibitory concentration in µg/ml)
  3. cMIC (Minimum inhibitory concentration in µM)
  4. dIC50(half-maximum inhibitory concentration in nM)
  5. eIC50(half-maximum inhibitory concentration in μM)
  6. fIC50(half-maximum inhibitory concentration in µg/ml)