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- López-Vidal, O.; Camejo, D.; Rivera-Cabrera, F.; Konigsberg, M.; Villa-Hernández, J.M.; Mendoza-Espinoza, J.A.; Pérez-Flores, L.J.; Sevilla, F.; Jiménez, A.; Díaz de León-Sánchez, F.
- Food chemistry 2016 v.194 pp. 1064-1072
- ripening, etc ; Solanum lycopersicum; antioxidants; biochemical pathways; energy; enzymes; hydrogen peroxide; mitochondria; post-translational modification; proteins; proteomics; tissues; tomatoes; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... In non-photosynthetic tissues, mitochondria are the main source of energy and of reactive oxygen species. Accumulation of high levels of these species in the cell causes damage to macromolecules including several proteins and induces changes in different metabolic processes. Fruit ripening has been characterized as an oxidative phenomenon; therefore, control of reactive oxygen species levels by mi ...