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Carotenoid Biosynthetic Pathway - Crossref

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Last Updated: 26 January 2022

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Duplication of the Phytoene Synthase Gene in the Carotenoid Biosynthetic Pathway of Watermelon

melon PSYC owned 96% of its identity, according to PSYC. Also higher than PSY-A and PSY-B, and tomato PSY-C showed a high homology with tomato PSY1. According to a tomato PSY-B's RNA survey, PSY-B has a different transcriptional activity from PSY-A, which is similar to tomato PSY2-PCR results. Therefore, PSY genes appear to be controlled by various regulatory mechanisms. PSY1 or PSY2 gene sequence between species has higher homology than between PSY1 and PSY2 within species. The watermelon PSY gene family is highly kinship-related, according to a Phylogenetic review. The watermelon and carrot PSY gene families in Watermelon and spinach did not appear to cluster as closely as in Poaceae or tomato. This means that watermelon and carrot PSY genes are not conserved as well as PSY in tomato or Poaceae. The PSY1 group and PSY2 group formed a clustering of gene clusters, showing a similarity among the PSY1 and PSY2 groups. PSY duplication in watermelon provides further evidence that PSY duplication may be a common occurrence in dicots.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21273/hortsci.41.4.1007a

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