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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Café - Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2007
Type of Material: Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Authors: BUDZINSKI, I. G. F.
LEITE, T. F.
TAKAHASHI, E. K.
PEREIRA, L. F. P.
VIEIRA, L. G. E.
Additional Information: IAPAR; IAPAR; ÁGUAS CLARAS BIOTECNOLOGIA LTDA.; LUIZ FILIPE PROTASIO PEREIRA, SAPC; IAPAR.
Title: Coffea expansin gene family and expansin expression during fruit maturation.
Publisher: In:INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COFFEE SCIENCE, 21., 2006, Montpellier, France. Table of contents... Montpellier, France: Association for Science and Information on Coffee, 2007. 1 CD-ROM.
Language: en
Keywords: Oganogenesis.
Description: Expansins (EXP) are plant cell-wall loosing proteins involved in cell enlargement and developmental process such as organogenesis, seeds germination, cell wall dissolution and fruit ripening. Two families of EXP are known, α-expansin (EXPA), involved in the control of cell wall extension, and β-expansins (EXPB), the major allergens of grass pollen that also have cell wall-loosening activity. With the objective to study the role of EXP in coffee fruit maturation we selected EXP homologous sequences on the Brazilian Coffee Genome Project database. Full-length contigs were classified according the EXP family. Northern blots of pulp from fruits at the latest stages of maturation (22-32 weeks after flowering) showed increased transcription of one contig (CaEXP1). This higher transcription corresponds with a climacteric burst, during the expansion of pulp, with a decline in ?cherry? fruits. The transcription of CaEXP1 was also observed in roots, shoots, flower and flower buds, but not in leaves.
NAL Thesaurus: Coffea.
Data Created: 2011-04-13
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