Involvement of CitCHX and CitDIC in Developmental-Related and Postharvest-Hot-Air Driven Citrate Degradation in Citrus Fruits

@inproceedings{Lin2015InvolvementOC,
  title={Involvement of CitCHX and CitDIC in Developmental-Related and Postharvest-Hot-Air Driven Citrate Degradation in Citrus Fruits},
  author={Qiong Lin and Shaojia Li and Wencheng Dong and Chao Feng and Xueren Yin and Changjie Xu and Chongde Sun and Kunsong Chen},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
Citrate is the predominant organic acid associated with taste in citrus fruit. Although citrate metabolism has been widely studied in recent years, the potential contributions of transport proteins to citrate content remain unclear. In the present study, high-acid citrus fruit Gaocheng ('GC', Citrus sp.) and low-acid citrus fruit Satsuma mandarin ('SM', Citrus unshiu Marc.) were selected for study, and the degradation of citrate was deduced to be the main cause of the difference in acidity in… CONTINUE READING
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