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Identification, introgression, and validation of fruit volatile QTLs from a red-fruited wild tomato species
Uniform ripening Encodes a Golden 2-like Transcription Factor Regulating Tomato Fruit Chloroplast Development
Solanum insanum L. (subgenus Leptostemonum Bitter, Solanaceae), the neglected wild progenitor of eggplant ( S. melongena L.): a review of taxonomy, characteristics and uses aimed at its enhancement for improved eggplant breeding
S Schönbeck-Temesy E (1972) Solanaceae. In: Rechinger KH (ed) Flora Iranica, vol 100. Akademische Druck-und Verlagsanstalt, Graz, pp 1–82
Defensive role of volatile green leaf compounds in tomato plants against bacterial infection
Identification of tomato genes (Solanum lycopersicum L.) related to the colouring of the leaves
[EN] In addition to its ornamental value, the color of the leaves is important due to the influence it can have on the photosynthetic efficiency of plants. The detection of mutants affected in the color of the leaves is the best strategy to identify the genes that control this trait. To achieve this...
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Single Primer Enrichment Technology (SPET) for High-Throughput Genotyping in Tomato and Eggplant Germplasm
S Lynch, V. J., & Wagner, G. P. (2010). DID EGG-LAYING BOAS BREAK DOLLO’S LAW? PHYLOGENETIC EVIDENCE FOR REVERSAL TO OVIPARITY IN SAND BOAS (ERYX: BOIDAE). Evolution, 64(1), 207-216. doi:10.1111/j.1558-5646.2009.00790.x
Mannitol-induced water deficit for selection of tomato genotypes
A seleção de genótipos tolerantes ao déficit hídrico pode beneficiar a cultura do tomateiro favorecendo maiores produtividades. O objetivo do trabalho foi avaliar a potencialidade de solução osmótica de manitol como simulador de deficiência hídrica para seleção de genótipos de tomateiro. Adotou-se o...
Characterisation of affected mutators in plant architecture on T-DNA tomato lines
[EN] Detection of mutants with some alteration in the architecture of the plant is the best strategy to identify the genes that control different characters related to this aspect of vegetative development. Among the possible alternatives to generate mutants (e.g., radiations, chemical products such...
A new genomic library of melon introgression lines in a cantaloupe genetic background for dissecting desirable agronomical traits
Data from: Genome-wide patterns of regulatory divergence revealed by introgression lines
Understanding the genetic basis for changes in transcriptional regulation is an important aspect of understanding phenotypic evolution. Using interspecific introgression lines, we infer the mechanisms of divergence in genome-wide patterns of gene expression between the nightshades Solanum pennellii...
Data from: Quantitative genetic analysis indicates natural selection on leaf phenotypes across wild tomato species (Solanum sect. Lycopersicon; Solanaceae)
Dryad version number: 1 Version status: submitted Dryad curation status: Published Sharing link: https://datadryad.org/stash/share/cScX0DnoyF2b10a8Gn6wJcC6QryJzkusEzWb2oaPJck Storage size: 427919 Visibility: public Usage notes Alignments and PAML results from stomatal candidate gene analysis dryadda...
Data from: Constraint around quarter-power allometric scaling in wild tomatoes (Solanum sect. Lycopersicon; Solanaceae)
The West-Brown-Enquist (WBE) metabolic scaling theory posits that many organismal features scale predictably with body size because of selection to minimize transport costs in resource distribution networks. Many scaling exponents are quarter-powers, as predicted by WBE, but there are also biologica...
Introgressiomics: a new approach for using crop wild relatives in breeding for adaptation to climate change
An efficient method for medium throughput screening of cuticular wax composition in different plant species
The tomato genome sequence provides insights into fleshy fruit evolution
Metabolic response of tomato leaves upon different plant-pathogen interactions
TOMATO FLESHY FRUIT QUALITY IMPROVEMENT: CHARACTERIZATION OF GENES AND GENOMIC REGIONS ASSOCIATED TO SPECIALIZED METABOLISM IN TOMATO FLESHY FRUIT
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Data from: Molecular mechanisms of postmating prezygotic reproductive isolation uncovered by transcriptome analysis
Little is known about the physiological responses and genetic mutations associated with reproductive isolation between species, especially for postmating prezygotic isolating barriers. Here, we examine changes in gene expression that accompany the expression of ‘unilateral incompatibility’ (UI)—a po...
Data from: A quantitative genetic basis for leaf morphology in a set of precisely defined tomato introgression lines
Introgression lines (ILs), in which genetic material from wild tomato species is introgressed into a domesticated background, have been used extensively in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) improvement. Here, we genotype an IL population derived from the wild desert tomato Solanum pennellii at ultrahigh...
Data from: The timing of molecular and morphological changes underlying reproductive transitions in wild tomatoes (Solanum sect. Lycopersicon)
Molecular mechanisms underlying the transition from genetic self-incompatibility to self-compatibility are well documented, but the evolution of other reproductive trait changes that accompany shifts in reproductive strategy (mating system) remain comparatively poorly understood. A notable exception...
The role of a class III gibberellin 2-oxidase in tomato internode elongation
S Robinson, J. T., Thorvaldsdóttir, H., Winckler, W., Guttman, M., Lander, E. S., Getz, G., & Mesirov, J. P. (2011). Integrative genomics viewer. Nature Biotechnology, 29(1), 24-26. doi:10.1038/nbt.1754
Data from: Weak coordination between leaf structure and function among closely related tomato species
Dryad version number: 1 Version status: submitted Dryad curation status: Published Sharing link: https://datadryad.org/stash/share/yJkexfLym2vZQTX-R3lTEsi0ga7hFs7XBqj2BHpUdXg Storage size: 91449 Visibility: public Usage notes Zip file with trait data, phylogeny, and supplemental tables data.* Leaf a...
Data from: Resolving distinct genetic regulators of tomato leaf shape within a heteroblastic and ontogenetic context
Leaf shape is mutable, changing in ways modulated by both development and environment within genotypes. A complete model of leaf phenotype would incorporate the changes in leaf shape during juvenile-to-adult phase transitions and the ontogeny of each leaf. Here, we provide a morphometric description...
Data from: Phylogenomics reveals three sources of adaptive variation during a rapid radiation
Speciation events often occur in rapid bursts of diversification, but the ecological and genetic factors that promote these radiations are still much debated. Using whole transcriptomes from all 13 species in the ecologically and reproductively diverse wild tomato clade (Solanum sect. Lycopersicon),...
Highly efficient genomics-assisted development of a library of introgression lines of Solanum pimpinellifolium
S Eichten SR, Foerster JM, de Leon N, Kai Y, Yeh CT, Liu S, Jeddeloh JA, Schnable PS, Kaeppler SM, Springer NM (2011) B73-Mo17 near-isogenic lines demonstrate dispersal structural variation in maize. Plant Physiol 156:1679–1690