ACC synthase genes from pineapple, papaya and mango


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DATE

2000-09-26T00:00

AUTHORS

Jose Ramon Botella

ABSTRACT

New ACC synthase genes from pineapple, papaya and mango are disclosed which have utility as targets for the generation of transgenic plants in which the expression of ACC synthase is substantially controlled to effect the regulation of plant development, and in particular, fruit ripening.

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