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1945 53
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1947 125
1948 91
1949 103
1950 167
1951 188
1952 141
1953 188
1954 195
1955 172
1956 146
1957 140
1958 175
1959 173
1960 165
1961 174
1962 219
1963 245
1964 365
1965 323
1966 344
1967 459
1968 487
1969 589
1970 549
1971 619
1972 556
1973 632
1974 709
1975 625
1976 638
1977 510
1978 446
1979 429
1980 396
1981 365
1982 361
1983 412
1984 365
1985 421
1986 375
1987 421
1988 455
1989 467
1990 580
1991 613
1992 620
1993 642
1994 825
1995 857
1996 907
1997 987
1998 1031
1999 1251
2000 1654
2001 1926
2002 2215
2003 2526
2004 2597
2005 2965
2006 3211
2007 3491
2008 3619
2009 4064
2010 4649
2011 5509
2012 6255
2013 6476
2014 6702
2015 6666
2016 6490
2017 6619
2018 6721
2019 4766
2020 311
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Transcriptional control of fleshy fruit development and ripening.
Karlova R, et al. J Exp Bot 2014 - Review. PMID 25080453
Here we review the recent advances in the understanding of transcriptional regulation of fleshy fruit development and ripening with a focus on tomato. ...Tomato fruit size and shape are co-determined by transcription factors acting during formation of the ovary. Other transcription factors play a role in fruit chloroplast formation, and upon ripening impact quality aspects such as secondary metabolite content. ...
Here we review the recent advances in the understanding of transcriptional regulation of fleshy fruit development and ripening with a …
Molecular basis of cucumber fruit domestication.
Che G and Zhang X. Curr Opin Plant Biol 2019 - Review. PMID 30253288
Compared to the wild ancestor bearing small, bitter and seedy fruit, domesticated cucumbers exhibit significant variation in fruit appearance, size and flavor. ...Here we review recent advances in relating to the genetic basis of fruit morphological traits (femaleness, fruit spine, wart, size, color and carpel development) and organoleptic features (bitterness) during cucumber domestication....
Compared to the wild ancestor bearing small, bitter and seedy fruit, domesticated cucumbers exhibit significant variation in fruit
Polyamine Metabolism in Climacteric and Non-Climacteric Fruit Ripening.
Fortes AM and Agudelo-Romero P. Methods Mol Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 29080186
Several studies have also suggested a key role of polyamines during fruit set and early development. Polyamines have also been linked to fruit ripening and in the regulation of fruit quality-related traits.Recent studies indicate that during ripening of both climacteric and non-climacteric fruits, a decline in total polyamine contents is observed together with an increased catabolism of these growth regulators.In this review, we explore the current knowledge on polyamine biosynthesis and catabolism during fruit set and ripening. The study of the role of polyamine metabolism in fruit ripening indicates the possible application of these natural polycations to control ripening and postharvest decay as well as to improve fruit quality traits....
Several studies have also suggested a key role of polyamines during fruit set and early development. Polyamines have also been linked …
Fruit scent as an evolved signal to primate seed dispersal.
Nevo O, et al. Sci Adv 2018. PMID 30306132 Free PMC article.
Yet, it is still unknown whether fruit scent is a by-product of fruit maturation or an evolved communication channel with animal mutualists. ...We further show that lemurs use these shifts in fruit scent to identify ripe fruits. These results show that fruit scent is an evolved communication system that facilitates animal-plant mutualism....
Yet, it is still unknown whether fruit scent is a by-product of fruit maturation or an evolved communication channel with anim …
Shaping a fruit: Developmental pathways that impact growth patterns.
van der Knaap E and Østergaard L. Semin Cell Dev Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 29092788
Among the vast array of 3D fruit shapes that exist in nature, the mechanism by which growth is oriented and coordinated to generate this diversity of forms is unclear. In this review, we discuss the latest results in identifying components that control fruit morphology and their effect on isotropic and anisotropic growth. ...
Among the vast array of 3D fruit shapes that exist in nature, the mechanism by which growth is oriented and coordinated to generate t …
Snap, crack and pop of explosive fruit.
Galstyan A and Hay A. Curr Opin Genet Dev 2018 - Review. PMID 29753214 Free article.
Mechanics are fundamental to how explosive fruit eject their seeds, and recent studies have successfully combined mechanics with developmental genetics to help explain how these dispersal traits are produced and how they evolved. Computational modeling is used more and more to address developmental questions, and explosive fruit are particularly good systems for combining biology and modeling approaches. ...
Mechanics are fundamental to how explosive fruit eject their seeds, and recent studies have successfully combined mechanics with deve …
Electronic-nose applications for fruit identification, ripeness and quality grading.
Baietto M and Wilson AD. Sensors (Basel) 2015 - Review. PMID 25569761 Free PMC article.
Fruit aroma and flavor characteristics are of key importance in determining consumer acceptance in commercial fruit markets based on individual preference. Fruit producers, suppliers and retailers traditionally utilize and rely on human testers or panels to evaluate fruit quality and aroma characters for assessing fruit salability in fresh markets. ...
Fruit aroma and flavor characteristics are of key importance in determining consumer acceptance in commercial fruit markets ba
Human diets drive range expansion of megafauna-dispersed fruit species.
van Zonneveld M, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2018. PMID 29531027 Free PMC article.
Neotropical fruit species once dispersed by Pleistocene megafauna have regained relevance in diversifying human diets to address malnutrition. Little is known about the historic interactions between humans and these fruit species. We quantified the human role in modifying geographic and environmental ranges of Neotropical fruit species by comparing the distribution of megafauna-dispersed fruit species that have been part of both human and megafauna diets with fruit species that were exclusively part of megafauna diets. ...
Neotropical fruit species once dispersed by Pleistocene megafauna have regained relevance in diversifying human diets to address maln …
Fruit development and ripening.
Seymour GB and Granell A. J Exp Bot 2014. PMID 25221812 Free PMC article.
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