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Cit1,2RhaT and two novel CitdGlcTs participate in flavor-related flavonoid metabolism during citrus fruit development
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This research provides the basis for potentially improving the taste in citrus fruit through manipulation of the network by knocking-out 1,2RhaT or by enhancing the expression of dGlcT using genetic transformation.
The IAA- and ABA-responsive transcription factor CgMYB58 upregulates lignin biosynthesis and triggers juice sac granulation in pummelo.
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The theoretical basis via exogenous IAA application, which repressed the expression of CgMYB58 and its target genes, thus alleviating juice sac granulation in orchards is revealed, providing novel insight into the lignin accumulation mechanism in citrus fruits.
Comparative analysis of volatile and carotenoid metabolites and mineral elements in the flesh of 17 kiwifruit.
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Results indicated that the contents of carotenoids and volatiles seemed to be affected by mineral elements and also provided a new potential method for improving fruit flavor quality in production.
Volatile Compounds in Fruit Peels as Novel Biomarkers for the Identification of Four Citrus Species
The aroma quality of citrus fruit is determined by volatile compounds, which bring about different notes to allow discrimination among different citrus species. However, the volatiles with various
Integrated Transcriptomic and Metabolomic analysis reveals a transcriptional regulation network for the biosynthesis of carotenoids and flavonoids in ‘Cara cara’ navel Orange
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The results suggest that DXS1, DXR, GGPPS2, PSY1 and LCYB genes were the most important genes for carotenoids accumulation, while PAL-1, PAL-4, 4CL-2, 4 CL-5, CHS-1 and CHI for flavonoids biosynthesis.
Citrus mangshanensis pollen confers a xenia effect on linalool oxide accumulation in pummelo fruit by enhancing the expression of a cytochrome P450 78A7 gene CitLO1.
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The results suggest that MS pollen has a xenia effect on pummelo fruit aroma quality, and CitLO1 is a linalool oxide synthase gene that played an important role in the Xenia effect.
De novo chromosome‐level genome of a semi‐dwarf cultivar of Prunus persica identifies the aquaporin PpTIP2 as responsible for temperature‐sensitive semi‐dwarf trait and PpB3‐1 for flower type and size
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The findings of ‘Zhongyoutao 14’ will not only promote genomic research and agronomic breeding in peach but also provide a foundation for the peach pan‐genome.
The IAA- and ABA-responsive transcription factor CgMYB58 upregulates lignin biosynthesis and triggers juice sac granulation in pummelo
TLDR
The theoretical basis via exogenous IAA application, which repressed the expression of CgMYB58 and its target genes, thus alleviating juice sac granulation in orchards is revealed, providing novel insight into the lignin accumulation mechanism in citrus fruits.
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