Remarkable reproducibility of enzyme activity profiles in tomato fruits grown under contrasting environments provides a roadmap for studies of fruit metabolism.

@article{Biais2014RemarkableRO,
  title={Remarkable reproducibility of enzyme activity profiles in tomato fruits grown under contrasting environments provides a roadmap for studies of fruit metabolism.},
  author={Benot Biais and Camille B{\'e}nard and Bertrand Beauvoit and Sophie Colombi{\'e} and Duy{\^e}n Prodhomme and Guillaume N Menard and St{\'e}phane Bernillon and Bernadette Gehl and H. Gautier and Patricia Ballias and Jean-Pierre Mazat and Lee J Sweetlove and Michel G{\'e}nard and Yves Gibon},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={164 3},
  pages={1204-21}
}
To assess the influence of the environment on fruit metabolism, tomato (Solanum lycopersicum 'Moneymaker') plants were grown under contrasting conditions (optimal for commercial, water limited, or shaded production) and locations. Samples were harvested at nine stages of development, and 36 enzyme activities of central metabolism were measured as well as protein, starch, and major metabolites, such as hexoses, sucrose, organic acids, and amino acids. The most remarkable result was the high… CONTINUE READING
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