Citation: Molecular Horticulture 2021 1:10
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Genetic characterization of melon accessions in the U.S. National Plant Germplasm System and construction of a melon core collection
Melon (C. melo L.) is an economically important vegetable crop cultivated worldwide. The melon collection in the U.S. National Plant Germplasm System (NPGS) is a valuable resource to conserve natural genetic dive...
Citation: Molecular Horticulture 2021 1:11
Genome-wide binding analysis of the tomato transcription factor SlDof1 reveals its regulatory impacts on fruit ripening
The DNA binding with one finger (Dof) proteins are plant-specific transcription factors involved in a variety of biological processes. However, little is known about their functions in fruit ripening, a flower...
Citation: Molecular Horticulture 2021 1:9
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Flowers are key organs in many ornamental plants, and various phases of flower development impact their economic value. The final stage of petal development is associated with flower senescence, which is an ir...
Citation: Molecular Horticulture 2021 1:7
Fruit size is largely defined by the number and size of cells in the fruit. Endoreduplication – a specialized cell cycle – is highly associated with cell expansion during tomato fruit growth. However, how endo...
Citation: Molecular Horticulture 2021 1:6
Leaf senescence, the last stage of leaf development, is a type of postmitotic senescence and is characterized by the functional transition from nutrient assimilation to nutrient remobilization which is essenti...
Citation: Molecular Horticulture 2021 1:5
Vacuoles are organelles in plant cells that play pivotal roles in growth and developmental regulation. The main functions of vacuoles include maintaining cell acidity and turgor pressure, regulating the storag...
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Molecular basis of pathogenesis of postharvest pathogenic Fungi and control strategy in fruits: progress and prospect
The disease caused by pathogenic fungi is the main cause of postharvest loss of fresh fruits. The formulation of disease control strategies greatly depends on the understanding of pathogenic mechanism of funga...
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