Pirrello, Julien and Regad, Farid and Latché, Alain and Pech, Jean-Claude and Bouzayen, Mondher Regulation of tomato fruit ripening. (2009) CAB Reviews, vol.4 (n°51). pp.1 -14.
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Fruit ripening is a sophisticatedly orchestrated developmental process, unique to plants, that results in major physiological and metabolic changes, ultimately leading to fruit decay and seed dispersal. Because of their strong impact on fruit nutritional and sensory qualities, the ripeningassociated changes have been a matter of sustained investigation aiming at unravelling the molecular and genetic basis of fruit ripening. Tomato rapidly emerged as the model of choice for fleshy fruit research and a wealth of genetic resources and genomics tools have been developed, providing new entries into the regulatory mechanisms involved in the triggering and coordination of the ripening process. Some of the key components participating in the control of tomato fruit ripening have been uncovered, but our knowledge of the network of signalling pathways engaged in this complex developmental process remains fragmentary. This review highlights the main advances and emphasizes issues still to be addressed using the rapidly developing ‘omics’ approaches.
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|Audience (journal):||International peer-reviewed journal|
|Institution:||French research institutions > Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique - INRA|
Université de Toulouse > Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse - INPT
|Deposited By:||Magali GIRAUD TITONEL|
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