Ethylene Control of Fruit Ripening: Revisiting the Complex Network of Transcriptional Regulation.

@article{Liu2015EthyleneCO,
  title={Ethylene Control of Fruit Ripening: Revisiting the Complex Network of Transcriptional Regulation.},
  author={Mingchun Liu and Julien Pirrello and Christian Chervin and Jean-Paul Roustan and Mondher Bouzayen},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={169 4},
  pages={
          2380-90
        }
}
The plant hormone ethylene plays a key role in climacteric fruit ripening. Studies on components of ethylene signaling have revealed a linear transduction pathway leading to the activation of ethylene response factors. However, the means by which ethylene selects the ripening-related genes and interacts with other signaling pathways to regulate the ripening process are still to be elucidated. Using tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) as a reference species, the present review aims to revisit the… CONTINUE READING

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