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Biosynthesis and Cellular Functions of Tartaric Acid in Grapevines

Burbidge, Crista Ann; Ford, Christopher M.; Melino, Vanessa Jane; Wong, Darren; Jia, Yong; Jenkins, Colin Leslie Dow; Soole, Kathleen Lydia; Castellarin, Simone; Darriet, Philippe; Rienth, Markus; Bonghi, Claudio; Walker, Robert Peter

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Tartaric acid (TA) is an obscure end point to the catabolism of ascorbic acid (Asc). Here, it is proposed as a “specialized primary metabolite”, originating from carbohydrate metabolism but with restricted distribution within the plant kingdom and lack of known function in primary metabolic pathways. Grapes fall into the list of high TA-accumulators, with biosynthesis occurring in both leaf and berry. Very little is known of the TA biosynthetic pathway enzymes in any plant species, although...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2021
Type: Journal article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/278394
Source: Frontiers in Plant Science
DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2021.643024
Access Rights: Open Access

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