The peach HECATE3-like gene FLESHY plays a double role during fruit development

@article{Botton2016ThePH,
  title={The peach HECATE3-like gene FLESHY plays a double role during fruit development},
  author={Alessandro Botton and Angela Rasori and Fiorenza Ziliotto and Annick Moing and Micka{\"e}l Maucourt and St{\'e}phane Bernillon and Catherine Deborde and Anna Petterle and Serena Varotto and Claudio Bonghi},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2016},
  volume={91},
  pages={97-114}
}
Tight control of cell/tissue identity is essential for a correct and functional organ patterning, an important component of overall fruit development and eventual maturation and ripening. Despite many investigations regarding the molecular determinants of cell identity in fruits of different species, a useful model able to depict the regulatory networks governing this relevant part of fruit development is still missing. Here we described the peach fruit as a system to link the phenotype of a… CONTINUE READING
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