Miguel Santo Domingo

Miguel Santo Domingo
CRAG Centre for Research in Agricultural Genomics | CRAG · Department of Plant Genetics

Master of Science
PhD candidate in melon genomics

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Publications (9)
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Fruit ripening is one of the main processes affecting fruit quality and shelf-life. In melon there are both climacteric and non-climacteric genotypes, making it a suitable species to study fruit ripening. In the current study, in order to fine tune ripening, we have pyramided three climacteric QTLs in the non-climacteric genotype “Piel de Sapo”: ET...
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Fruit ripening is an important process that affects fruit quality. A QTL in melon, ETHQV6.3, involved in climacteric ripening regulation, has been found to be encoded by CmNAC-NOR, a homologue of the tomato NOR gene. To further investigate CmNAC-NOR function, we obtained two CRISPR/Cas9-mediated mutants (nor-3 and nor-1) in the climacteric Védranta...
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Melon (Cucumis melo L.) has emerged as an alternative model to study fruit ripening due to the coexistence of climacteric and non-climacteric varieties. The previous characterization of a major QTL ETHQV8.1 sufficient to trigger climacteric ripening in a non-climacteric background allowed the identification within the QTL interval of a negative reg...
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Fruit ripening is an important process that affects fruit quality. In melon, ETHQV6 . 3 , a QTL involved in climacteric ripening regulation, was previously found to be encoded by CmNAC-NOR , a homologue of the tomato NOR gene. To further investigate CmNAC-NOR function we have obtained two CRISPR/Cas9 mediated mutants ( nor-3 and nor-1 ) in the clim...
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Melon ( Cucumis melo L.) has emerged as an alternative model to study fruit ripening due to the coexistence of climacteric and non-climacteric varieties. The previous characterization of a major QTL ETHQV8.1 sufficient to trigger climacteric ripening in a non-climacteric background allowed the identification within the QTL interval of a negative re...
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Heavy metals are an increasing problem due to contamination from human sources that and can enter the food chain by being taken up by plants. Understanding the genetic basis of accumulation and tolerance in plants is important for reducing the uptake of toxic metals in crops and crop relatives, as well as for removing heavy metals from soils by mea...
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Heavy metals are an increasing problem due to contamination from human sources that and can enter the food chain by being taken up by plants. Understanding the genetic basis of accumulation and tolerance in plants is important for reducing the uptake of toxic metals in crops and crop relatives, as well as for removing heavy metals from soils by mea...
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Introgression lines are valuable germplasm for scientists and breeders, since they ease genetic studies such as QTL interactions and positional cloning as well as the introduction of favorable alleles into elite varieties. We developed a novel introgression line collection in melon using two commercial European varieties with different ripening beh...
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Melon is as an alternative model to understand fruit ripening due to the coexistence of climacteric and non-climacteric varieties within the same species, allowing the study of the processes that regulate this complex trait with genetic approaches. We phenotyped a population of recombinant inbred lines (RILs), obtained by crossing a climacteric (Vé...

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I have done an experiment and I have two different types of data in 8 different set of samples. First, yes/no data , in this case the presence of aroma. Second, if there is aroma, the day it appears.
I have done the two analysis one by one (first Fisher exact test and second t-test). But I want to integrate both traits and I don't know how to do it in the same analyisis.
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