Citrus CitNAC62 cooperates with CitWRKY1 to participate in citric acid degradation via up-regulation of CitAco3

@inproceedings{Li2017CitrusCC,
  title={Citrus CitNAC62 cooperates with CitWRKY1 to participate in citric acid degradation via up-regulation of CitAco3},
  author={Shao-jia Li and Xueren Yin and Wen-li Wang and Xiao-fen Liu and Bo Zhang and Kunsong Chen},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2017}
}
Citric acid is the predominant organic acid of citrus fruit. Degradation of citric acid occurs during fruit development, influencing fruit acidity. Associations of CitAco3 transcripts and citric acid degradation have been reported for citrus fruit. Here, transient overexpression of CitAco3 significantly reduced the citric acid content of citrus leaves and fruits. Using dual luciferase assays, it was shown that CitNAC62 and CitWRKY1 could transactivate the promoter of CitAco3. Subcellular… CONTINUE READING
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