- Wang, Hai, Yan, Shijuan, Li, Shengyan, Zhang, Chunyi, Ruan, Yong-Ling, Chen, Li-Qing, Lang, Zhihong, Xin, Hongjia, Huang, Wenjie, Zhang, Hao, Teng, Shouzhen, Yu, Ya-Chi, Fernie, Alisdair R., Lu, Xiaoduo, Li, Pengcheng
An update on source-to-sink carbon partitioning in tomato
Cell Wall Invertase and Sugar Transporters Are Differentially Activated in Tomato Styles and Ovaries During Pollination and Fertilization
Cell wall invertase is essential for ovule development through sugar signaling rather than provision of carbon
Control of hexose accumulation in developing fruit of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum mill)
Developmental and molecular physiological evidence for the role of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase in rapid cotton fibre elongation
Down-regulation of the cotton endo-1,4-β-glucanase gene KOR1 disrupts endosperm cellularization, delays embryo development, and reduces early seedling vigour
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