Special Issue "Fruit Metabolism and Metabolomics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 February 2020) | Viewed by 44231
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Interests: plant metabolomics; fruit metabolism; biomarker metabolites; proton NMR metabolomic profiling; metabolomic data combination
Interests: fruit quality; post-harvest; biotechnology; genomics; metabolomics
Interests: plant biochemistry; redox metabolism; mass spectrometry
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Fruit development and ripening are complex and highly coordinated developmental processes that yields flavorful tissues for organisms that consume and disperse the associated seeds. Fruits are economically important and crucial for human nutrition and health due to their content in sugars, organic acids, pigments, volatiles and nutraceutical compounds.
In recent years, there have been dramatic improvements in the knowledge of different aspects of fruit metabolism. Specifically, high-throughput metabolomics technologies have provided the quantitation of metabolite levels across various biological processes allowing the identification of the genes underpinning fruit development and ripening. A collection of papers is required to review the current understanding of temperate and tropical fruit metabolism using metabolomics for basic research or practical applications.
This Special Issue will include, but not be limited to, articles and reviews about different aspects of fruit metabolism, including primary and specialized metabolisms, and postharvest. The effect of genotype, biotic or abiotic environment and their interaction on metabolomic profiles and metabolism are within the scope of the present topic. Studies of fruit lipidomics or a combination of genomics or other omics with metabolomics are also welcomed.
Dr. Annick Moing
Dr. Sonia Osorio
Dr. Pierre Pétriacq
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Fruit metabolomics
- Developmental metabolomics
- Spatial metabolomics
- Fruit metabolomic profiling
- Central metabolism
- Specialized metabolism
- Mass spectrometry
- Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
- Omics data integration