Literature

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Araújo, WL, Nunes-Nesi, A, Osorio, S, Usadel, B, Fuentes, D, Nagy, R, Balbo, I, Lehmann, M, Studart-Witkowski, C, Tohge, T, Martinoia, E, Jordana, X, DaMatta, FM, Fernie, AR2011Antisense Inhibition of the Iron-Sulphur Subunit of Succinate Dehydrogenase Enhances Photosynthesis and Growth in Tomato via an Organic Acid-Mediated Effect on Stomatal Aperture
Centeno, DC, Osorio, S, Nunes-Nesi, A, Bertolo, ALF, Carneiro, RT, Araújo, WL, Steinhauser, M-C, Michalska, J, Rohrmann, J, Geigenberger, P, OLIVER, SANDRAN, Stitt, M, Carrari, F, Rose, JKC, Fernie, AR2011Malate Plays a Crucial Role in Starch Metabolism, Ripening, and Soluble Solid Content of Tomato Fruit and Affects Postharvest Softening
Dal Cin, V, Tieman, DM, Tohge, T, McQuinn, R, DE VOS, RICCH, Osorio, S, Schmelz, EA, Taylor, MG, Smits-Kroon, MT, Schuurink, RC, Haring, MA, Giovannoni, J, Fernie, AR, Klee, HJ2011Identification of Genes in the Phenylalanine Metabolic Pathway by Ectopie Expression of a MYB Transcription Factor in Tomato Fruit
Fitzpatrick, TB, Basset, GJC, Borel, P, Carrari, F, DellaPenna, D, Fraser, PD, Hellmann, H, Osorio, S, Rothan, C, Valpuesta, V, Caris-Veyrat, C, Fernie, AR2012Vitamin Deficiencies in Humans: Can Plant Science Help?
Nashilevitz, S, Melamed-Bessudo, C, Izkovich, Y, Rogachev, I, Osorio, S, Itkin, M, Adato, A, Pankratov, I, Hirschberg, J, Fernie, AR, Wolf, S, Usadel, B, Levy, AA, Rumeau, D, Aharoni, A2010An Orange Ripening Mutant Links Plastid NAD(P)H Dehydrogenase Complex Activity to Central and Specialized Metabolism during Tomato Fruit Maturation
Osorio, S, Alba, R, Damasceno, CMB, Lopez-Casado, G, Lohse, M, Zanor, MInés, Tohge, T, Usadel, B, Rose, JKC, Fei, Z, Giovannoni, JJ, Fernie, AR2011Systems Biology of Tomato Fruit Development: Combined Transcript, Protein, and Metabolite Analysis of Tomato Transcription Factor (nor, rin) and Ethylene Receptor (Nr) Mutants Reveals Novel Regulatory Interactions
Osorio, S, Alba, R, Nikoloski, Z, Kochevenko, A, Fernie, AR, Giovannoni, JJ2012Integrative Comparative Analyses of Transcript and Metabolite Profiles from Pepper and Tomato Ripening and Development Stages Uncovers Species-Specific Patterns of Network Regulatory Behavior
Rohrmann, J, Tohge, T, Alba, R, Osorio, S, Caldana, C, McQuinn, R, Arvidsson, S, van der Merwe, MJ, Riaño-Pachón, DMauricio, Mueller-Roeber, B, Fei, Z, Nesi, ANunes, Giovannoni, JJ, Fernie, AR2011Combined transcription factor profiling, microarray analysis and metabolite profiling reveals the transcriptional control of metabolic shifts occurring during tomato fruit development
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