Data from: Tomato GOLDEN2-LIKE transcription factors reveal molecular gradients that function during fruit development and ripening

Cuong V. Nguyen, Julia T. Vrebalov, Nigel E. Gapper, Yi Zheng, Silin Zhong, Zhangjun Fei & James J. Giovannoni
Fruit ripening is the summation of changes rendering fleshy fruit tissues attractive and palatable to seed dispersing organisms. For example, sugar content is influenced by plastid numbers and photosynthetic activity in unripe fruit and later by starch and sugar catabolism during ripening. Tomato fruit are sinks of photosynthate, yet unripe green fruit contribute significantly to the sugars that ultimately accumulate in the ripe fruit. Plastid numbers and chlorophyll content are influenced by numerous environmental and...
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