Differential expression and regulation of a neutral invertase encoding gene from peach (Prunus persica): evidence for a role in fruit development

@inproceedings{Nonis2006DifferentialEA,
  title={Differential expression and regulation of a neutral invertase encoding gene from peach (Prunus persica): evidence for a role in fruit development},
  author={Alberto Nonis and Benedetto Ruperti and Rachele Falchi and Elisabetta Casatta and Sattar Thamasebi Enferadi and Giannina Vizzotto},
  year={2006}
}
Studies on sucrose metabolism during fruit development have shown an important role of acidic (cell wall and vacuolar) invertases (EC 3.2.1.26) in determining fruit sink strength, final fruit growth and sugar accumulation. Little information is available on the role played by neutral (cytoplasmic) invertases on fruit and plant development. In this article, the expression of a gene encoding a neutral invertase (NI) isolated from peach (PpNI1) was studied in relation to sucrose metabolism and… CONTINUE READING

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