Cell wall dynamics during apple development and storage involves hemicellulose modifications and related expressed genes

@inproceedings{Dheilly2016CellWD,
  title={Cell wall dynamics during apple development and storage involves hemicellulose modifications and related expressed genes},
  author={Emmanuelle Dheilly and Sophie Le Gall and Marie-Charlotte Guillou and Jean-Pierre Renou and Estelle Bonnin and Mathilde Orsel and Marc Lahaye},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2016}
}
Fruit quality depends on a series of biochemical events that modify appearance, flavour and texture throughout fruit development and ripening. Cell wall polysaccharide remodelling largely contributes to the elaboration of fleshy fruit texture. Although several genes and enzymes involved in cell wall polysaccharide biosynthesis and modifications are known, their coordinated activity in these processes is yet to be discovered. Combined transcriptomic and biochemical analyses allowed the… CONTINUE READING
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