Mirelle Faurobert

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Ripening of climacteric fruits is a complex physiological phenomenon, which makes berries attractive/palatable and also determines their nutritional characteristics. We report here a comparative proteomic investigation on tomato fruits from a regional and commercial elite ecotype during maturation. Several hundreds of protein components were resolved on(More)
When stored at low temperature, tomato fruits exhibit chilling injury symptoms, such as rubbery texture and irregular ripening. To identify proteins related to chilling tolerance, we compared two tomato near isogenic lines differing for their texture phenotype at harvest in a fruit-storage trial including two temperatures (4 and 20°C) along several days of(More)
Two-dimensional gel electrophoretic analysis and histological studies were performed on somatic embryos in cypress. Embryogenic cultures were obtained from in vitro culture of immature seeds. On a modified Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium they showed an intense and repetitive cleavage polyembryogenesis phenomenon which maintained them in a continuous(More)
The protein composition of Prunus armeniaca bark and leaf tissues was investigated by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis. Three different extraction procedures were tested in order to obtain reproducible gels with numerous spots of high intensity. The best results were achieved with extraction in Tris-buffer in the presence of a nonionic detergent,(More)
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