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The genome of the stress-tolerant wild tomato species Solanum pennellii
Solanum pennellii is a wild tomato species endemic to Andean regions in South America, where it has evolved to thrive in arid habitats. Because of its extreme stress tolerance and unusual morphology,Expand
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Multi-level engineering facilitates the production of phenylpropanoid compounds in tomato
Phenylpropanoids comprise an important class of plant secondary metabolites. A number of transcription factors have been used to upregulate-specific branches of phenylpropanoid metabolism, but by farExpand
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Identification and Mode of Inheritance of Quantitative Trait Loci for Secondary Metabolite Abundance in Tomato[OPEN]
Metabolite QTL for secondary metabolism in a Solanum pennelli introgression line population show different modes of inheritance and network properties linking the traits. A large-scale metabolicExpand
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Global Analysis of the Role of Autophagy in Cellular Metabolism and Energy Homeostasis in Arabidopsis Seedlings under Carbon Starvation[OPEN]
The multifaceted phenotypes of carbon-starved, autophagy-deficient mutant plants during seedling establishment are ascribed to the global effects of autophagy on central metabolism and energy status.Expand
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De Novo Assembly of a New Solanum pennellii Accession Using Nanopore Sequencing[CC-BY]
With no capital costs, inexpensive Oxford Nanopore sequencing can be applied to novel ∼1-Gb plant genomes. Updates in nanopore technology have made it possible to obtain gigabases of sequence data.Expand
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Double Knockout Mutants of Arabidopsis Grown under Normal Conditions Reveal that the Plastidial Phosphorylase Isozyme Participates in Transitory Starch Metabolism1[C][W]
A plastidial phosphorylase isozyme participates in starch metabolism and integrates with central carbon metabolism in the entire cell biology. In leaves of two starch-related single-knockout linesExpand
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Functional Characterization of the Plastidial 3-Phosphoglycerate Dehydrogenase Family in Arabidopsis1[W]
One of the genes coding for the first enzyme of the phosphorylated pathway of serine biosynthesis is essential for embryo and pollen development, suggesting that this pathway is an important linkExpand
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Genetic Determinants of the Network of Primary Metabolism and Their Relationships to Plant Performance in a Maize Recombinant Inbred Line Population[OPEN]
Elucidation of the genetic determinants of maize primary metabolism and a metabolite-metabolite-agronomic trait network will promote efficient use of metabolites in maize improvement. Deciphering theExpand
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Combined Use of Genome-Wide Association Data and Correlation Networks Unravels Key Regulators of Primary Metabolism in Arabidopsis thaliana
Plant primary metabolism is a highly coordinated, central, and complex network of biochemical processes regulated at both the genetic and post-translational levels. The genetic basis of this networkExpand
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Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis Identifies a Prominent Gene Involved in the Production of Fatty Acid-Derived Flavor Volatiles in Tomato.
To gain insight into the genetic regulation of lipid metabolism in tomato, we conducted metabolic trait loci (mQTL) analysis following the lipidomic profiling of fruit pericarp and leaf tissue of theExpand
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