ENOregulates tomato fruit size through the floral meristem development network

Volume: 117, Issue: 14, Pages: 8187 - 8195
Published: Mar 16, 2020
Abstract
A dramatic evolution of fruit size has accompanied the domestication and improvement of fruit-bearing crop species. In tomato (Solanum lycopersicum), naturally occurring cis-regulatory mutations in the genes of the CLAVATA-WUSCHEL signaling pathway have led to a significant increase in fruit size generating enlarged meristems that lead to flowers with extra organs and bigger fruits. In this work, by combining mapping-by-sequencing and...
Paper Details
Title
ENOregulates tomato fruit size through the floral meristem development network
Published Date
Mar 16, 2020
Volume
117
Issue
14
Pages
8187 - 8195
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