Beatriz Ester García-Gómez

Beatriz Ester García-Gómez
CRAG Centre for Research in Agricultural Genomics | CRAG · Department of Plant Genetics

Doctor of Philosophy

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This study aimed at the monitoring of the apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) ripening progression through the expression analysis of 25 genes related to fruit quality traits in nine cultivars with great differences in fruit color and ripening date. The level of pigment compounds, such as anthocyanins and carotenoids, is a key factor in food taste, and i...
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The red to blue hue of plant organs is caused due to anthocyanins, which are water-soluble flavonoid pigments. The accumulation of these pigments is regulated by a complex of R2R3-MYB transcription factors (TFs), basic-helix-loop-helix (bHLH), and WD-repeat (WDR) proteins (MBW complex). In Rosaceae species, R2R3-MYBs, particularly MYB10 genes, are...
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In plants, fruit ripening is a coordinated developmental process that requires the change in expression of hundreds to thousands of genes to modify many biochemical and physiological signal cascades such as carbohydrate and organic acid metabolism, cell wall restructuring, ethylene production, stress response, and organoleptic compound formation. I...
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Apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) is a valuable worldwide agronomical crop, with a delicious fruit highlighted as a functional food with both nutritional and bioactive properties, remarkably beneficial to human health. Apricot fruit ripening is a coordinated developmental process which requires change in the expression of hundreds to thousands of genes...
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The objective of this work is the molecular characterization using nuclear SSR markers of different mulberry (Morus alba L.) cultivars from different countries including Cuba, Costa Rica, Brazil, South Korea, Ethiopia, China, Japan, Italy and Spain to deep in the dissemination through the world of this species. Results established the value of SSR...
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Flowering time is one of the most important traits in temperate fruit trees. Flowering time correlates with chilling requirements and ripening time. The mechanism controlling flowering time in these species could be conserved as suggested by the co-localization of QTL and the candidate genes for flowering time in several Prunus species. Currently,...
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Nine important fruit quality traits—including fruit weight, stone weight, fruit diameter, skin ground colour, flesh colour, blush colour, firmness, soluble solids content and acidity content—were studied for two consecutive years in two F1 apricot progeny derived from the crosses ‘Bergeron’ × ‘Currot’ (B×C) and ‘Goldrich’ × ‘Currot’ (G×C). Results...
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Simple sequence repeats (SSRs) are genome domains located in both coding and non-coding regions in eukaryotic genomes. Although SSRs are often characterized by low polymorphism, their DNA-flanking sequences could be a useful source of DNA markers, which could help in genetic studies and breeding because they are associated with genes that control t...
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The microtubule-associated protein Tau tends to form aggregates in neurodegenerative disorders referred to as tauopathies. The tauopathy model transgenic (Tg) THY-Tau22 (Tau22) mouse shows disturbed septo-hippocampal transmission, memory deficits and no signs of motor dysfunction. The reports showing a hippocampal downregulation of choline acetyltr...

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