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MicroTom Metabolic Network: Rewiring Tomato Metabolic Regulatory Network throughout the Growth Cycle

Abstract : Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) is a major horticultural crop worldwide and has emerged as a preeminent model for metabolic research. Although many research efforts have focused on the analysis of metabolite differences between varieties and species, the dynamics of metabolic changes during the tomato growth cycle and the regulatory networks that underlie these changes are poorly understood. In this study, we integrated high-resolution spatio-temporal metabolome and transcriptome data to systematically explore the metabolic landscape across 20 major tomato tissues and growth stages. In the resulting MicroTom Metabolic Network, the 540 detected metabolites and their co-expressed genes could be divided into 10 distinct clusters based on their biological functions. Using this dataset, we constructed a global map of the major metabolic changes that occur throughout the tomato growth cycle and dissected the underlying regulatory network. In addition to verifying previously well-established regulatory networks for important metabolites, we identified novel transcription factors that regulate the biosynthesis of important secondary metabolites such as steroidal glycoalkaloids and flavonoids. Our findings provide insights into spatio-temporal changes in tomato metabolism and generate a valuable resource for the study of metabolic regulatory processes in model plants. High-resolution metabolome and transcriptome data were used to explore the metabolic landscape of 20 major tissues and developmental stages of MicroTom tomato. The MicroTom Metabolic Network dataset provides a global map of the tomato metabolic regulatory network throughout its life cycle and can be used to identify novel transcription factors that regulate important metabolic pathways.
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Yan Li, Yang Chen, Lu Zhou, Shengjie You, Heng Deng, et al.. MicroTom Metabolic Network: Rewiring Tomato Metabolic Regulatory Network throughout the Growth Cycle. Molecular Plant, Cell Press/Oxford UP, 2020, 13 (8), pp.1203-1218. ⟨10.1016/j.molp.2020.06.005⟩. ⟨hal-02911769⟩

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