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Regulation of cuticle formation during fruit development and ripening in ''Newhall'' navel orange (Citrus sinensis Osbeck) revealed by transcriptomic and metabolomic profiling

Identifiers: SRA: SRP058337
BioProject: PRJNA283937
GEO: GSE68865
Study Type: 
Transcriptome Analysis
Abstract: To investigate global genome expression changes during fruit developmemt, We then performed genome-wide expression analyses on the fruit peel at 120 and 150 DAF with RNA-seq approach.A total of 865 genes were identified as differentially expressed, among which 494 genes were up-regulated and 371 genes were down-regulated in the fruits harvested at 150 DAF compared with in those harvested at 120 DAF.In general, data obtained from RNA-seq showed that the genes involved in photosynthesis and tetrapyrrole synthesis were significantly repressed at 150 DAF; in contrast, the genes involved in secondary metabolism including the biosynthesis of wax, terpenoids and phenylpropanoid were significantly induced at 150 DAF. Overall design: Total four sample pools (two independent biological replicates of fruits peel from 120 DAF and 150 DAF)

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Experiments:
4 ( 4 samples )
Runs:
4 (2.6Gbp; 2.3Gb)
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fastq 4