Characterization of Starch Degradation Related Genes in Postharvest Kiwifruit

@article{Hu2016CharacterizationOS,
  title={Characterization of Starch Degradation Related Genes in Postharvest Kiwifruit},
  author={X. Hu and Sheng Kuang and A. Zhang and Wang-shu Zhang and Miao-jin Chen and X. Yin and K. Chen},
  journal={International Journal of Molecular Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={17}
}
  • X. Hu, Sheng Kuang, +4 authors K. Chen
  • Published 2016
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • International Journal of Molecular Sciences
  • Starch is one of the most important storage carbohydrates in plants. Kiwifruit typically accumulate large amounts of starch during development. The fruit retain starch until commercial maturity, and its postharvest degradation is essential for consumer acceptance. The activity of genes related to starch degradation has, however, rarely been investigated. Based on the kiwifruit genome sequence and previously reported starch degradation-related genes, 17 novel genes were isolated and the… CONTINUE READING
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