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Large scale analysis of apple development within HIVW apple progeny

ABSTRACT: Based on sensorial analysis, 8 apple genotypes with contrasted fruit texture for mealiness were selected among a progeny. Apple samples were collected at 60 days after flowering (60DAF), 110 days after flowering (110DAF), harvest (Rec), and after 1 or 2 months of cold storage (1M and 2M respectively). Overall design: The 8 apple hybrids were analysed in 38 dye-swap made of 4 mealy vs non-mealy pairs (I062 vs V083, W029 vs V034, H097 vs I095, I016 vs H74) for each time point (60DAF, 110DAF, Rec, 1M, 2M) when possible. Biological replicates are fruits from 2 plots (PH and P12).

INSTRUMENT(S): IRHS_ARyANE_v1 [110411_Mdom_JPR_exp]


PROVIDER: GSE64079 | GEO | 2016-09-26



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Cell wall dynamics during apple development and storage involves hemicellulose modifications and related expressed genes.

Dheilly Emmanuelle E   Gall Sophie Le SL   Guillou Marie-Charlotte MC   Renou Jean-Pierre JP   Bonnin Estelle E   Orsel Mathilde M   Lahaye Marc M  

BMC plant biology 20160915 1

<h4>Background</h4>Fruit quality depends on a series of biochemical events that modify appearance, flavour and texture throughout fruit development and ripening. Cell wall polysaccharide remodelling largely contributes to the elaboration of fleshy fruit texture. Although several genes and enzymes involved in cell wall polysaccharide biosynthesis and modifications are known, their coordinated activity in these processes is yet to be discovered.<h4>Results</h4>Combined transcriptomic and biochemic  ...[more]

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