Data from: Transcriptome comparative analysis of two Camellia species reveals lipid metabolism during mature seed natural drying

Jin-Ling Feng, Zhi-Jian Yang, Wei-Wei Bai, Shi-Pin Chen, Wen-Qiang Xu, Yousry A. EI-Kassaby, Hui Chen & Yousry A. El-Kassaby
Camellia seed oil has been used as high quality and healthy food for over two thousand years. Seed drying management effects oil quality and quantity. however, the molecular mechanisms of fatty acid biosynthesis and accumulation during the drying process remain unknown. In this study, the transcriptomes of Camellia meiocarpa and C. oleifera seed were characterized at five moisture content levels (10 - 50%) to identify the major processes and reveal genes affecting lipid metabolism in...
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