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Pectate lyases, cell wall degradation and fruit softening

Cell wall metabolism during maturation, ripening and senescence of peach fruit

The role of the persistent fruit wall in seed water regulation in Raphanus raphanistrum (Brassicaceae)

Cell wall modifications, degrading enzymes and softening of carambola fruit during ripening

Ethylene regulation of fruit softening and cell wall disassembly in Charentais melon

Relationship between Fruit Softening and Wall Polysaccharides in Avocado (Persea americana Mill) Mesocarp Tissues

Cell Wall Microstructure Analysis Implicates Hemicellulose Polysaccharides in Cell Adhesion in Tomato Fruit Pericarp Parenchyma

Transcriptomic and metabolomics responses to elevated cell wall invertase activity during tomato fruit set

Cell wall metabolism during the development of chilling injury in cold-stored peach fruit: association of mealiness with arrested disassembly of cell wall pectins

James T. Wall. Wall Street and the Fruited Plain: Money, Expansion and Politics in the Gilded Age

Expression of genes encoding cell wall modifying enzymes is induced by cold storage and reflects changes in pear fruit texture

Expression patterns of cell wall-modifying genes from banana during fruit ripening and in relationship with finger drop

The strawberry (Fragaria×ananassa) fruit-specific rhamnogalacturonate lyase 1 (FaRGLyase1) gene encodes an enzyme involved in the degradation of cell-wall middle lamellae

Ethylene Regulates Apple (Malus × domestica) Fruit Softening Through a Dose × Time-Dependent Mechanism and Through Differential Sensitivities and Dependencies of Cell Wall-Modifying Genes


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As crinkle-crankle or serpentine wall.

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