Targeted systems biology profiling of tomato fruit reveals coordination of the Yang cycle and a distinct regulation of ethylene biosynthesis during postclimacteric ripening.

@article{Poel2012TargetedSB,
  title={Targeted systems biology profiling of tomato fruit reveals coordination of the Yang cycle and a distinct regulation of ethylene biosynthesis during postclimacteric ripening.},
  author={Bram Van de Poel and Inge Bulens and Aikaterina Markoula and Maarten L. A. T. M. Hertog and Rozemarijn Dreesen and Markus Wirtz and Sandy Vandoninck and Yasmin Oppermann and Johan Keulemans and Ruediger Hell and Etienne Waelkens and Maurice P. De Proft and Margret Sauter and Bart M. Nicolai and A. H. Geeraerd},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={160 3},
  pages={1498-514}
}
The concept of system 1 and system 2 ethylene biosynthesis during climacteric fruit ripening was initially described four decades ago. Although much is known about fruit development and climacteric ripening, little information is available about how ethylene biosynthesis is regulated during the postclimacteric phase. A targeted systems biology approach revealed a novel regulatory mechanism of ethylene biosynthesis of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) when fruit have reached their maximal ethylene… CONTINUE READING
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