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species Tomato- Plant Physiol. - 2009 (T06003)   |  Lycopersicon esculentum
UMR 619 Biologie du Fruit - INRA, University Bordeaux 1 and 2 - Bordeaux (France)
Description

The cell expansion phase of tomato fruit development was explored at the level of transcriptome and metabolome to identify regulatory genes involved in the control of developmental and metabolic processes that may impact fruit quality. Attention was focussed on the two major expanding tissues in tomato fruit, mesocarp and locular tissue.

Reference: DOI:10.1104/pp.108.133967

F Mounet, A Moing, V Garcia, J Petit, M Maucourt, C Deborde, S Bernillon, G Le Gall, I Colquhoun, M Defernez, JL Giraudel, D Rolin, C Rothan, M Lemaire-Chamley. Gene and metabolite regulatory network analysis of early developing fruit tissues highlights new candidate genes for the control of tomato fruit composition and development.Plant Physiology, 2009, 149:1505-1528

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Experiment NameTissue/OrganEnv. ConditionsBSGTIDev. StageTechSD
Locular TissuefruitNormalWTAilsa Craig1FF.02 fruit size 50% (12)
FF.03 fruit size 70% (20)
FF.04 final fruit size (35)
1H NMR9
MesocarpmesocarpNormalWTAilsa Craig1FF.02 fruit size 50% (12)
FF.03 fruit size 70% (20)
FF.04 final fruit size (35)
1H NMR9


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Env. Conditions :Environmental ConditionsDev. Stage :Development Stage
BS :BackgroundTech :Analytical technique
GT :GenotypeSD :Number of Spectral Data
I :Number of individuals