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    Brog, Y. M.; Osorio, S.; Yichie, Y.; Alseekh, S.; Bensal, E.; Kochevenko, A.; Zamir, D.; Fernie, A. R.: A Solanum neorickii introgression population providing a powerful complement to the extensively characterized Solanum pennellii population. The Plant Journal 97 (2), pp. 391 - 403 (2019)
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    Ru, L.; Osorio, S.; Wang, L.; Fernie, A. R.; Patrick, J.W.; Ruan, Y.-L.: Transcriptomic and metabolomics responses to elevated cell wall invertase activity during tomato fruit set. Journal of Experimental Botany 68 (15), pp. 4263 - 4279 (2017)
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    Monti, L. L.; Bustamante, C. A.; Osorio, S.; Gabilondo, J.; Borsani, J.; Lauxmann, M. A.; Maulion, E.; Valentini, G.; Budde, C. O.; Fernie, A. R. et al.; Lara, M. V.; Drincovich, M. F.: Metabolic profiling of a range of peach fruit varieties reveals high metabolic diversity and commonalities and differences during ripening. Food Chemistry 190, pp. 879 - 888 (2016)
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    Benard, C.; Bernillon, S.; Biais, B.; Osorio, S.; Maucourt, M.; Ballias, P.; Deborde, C.; Colombie, S.; Cabasson, C.; Jacob, D. et al.; Vercambre, G.; Gautier, H.; Rolin, D.; Genard, M.; Fernie, A. R.; Gibon, Y.; Moing, A.: Metabolomic profiling in tomato reveals diel compositional changes in fruit affected by source-sink relationships. Journal of Experimental Botany 66 (11), pp. 3391 - 3404 (2015)
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    Amaya, I.; Osorio, S.; Martinez-Ferri, E.; Lima-Silva, V.; Doblas, V. G.; Fernandez-Munoz, R.; Fernie, A. R.; Botella, M. A.; Valpuesta, V.: Increased antioxidant capacity in tomato by ectopic expression of the strawberry D-galacturonate reductase gene. Biotechnology Journal 10 (3), pp. 490 - 500 (2015)
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    Allorent, G.; Osorio, S.; Vu, J. L.; Falconet, D.; Jouhet, J.; Kuntz, M.; Fernie, A. R.; Lerbs-Mache, S.; Macherel, D.; Courtois, F. et al.; Finazzi, G.: Adjustments of embryonic photosynthetic activity modulate seed fitness in Arabidopsis thaliana. New Phytologist 205 (2), pp. 707 - 719 (2015)
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    Zuchi, S.; Watanabe, M.; Hubberten, H. M.; Bromke, M. A.; Osorio, S.; Fernie, A. R.; Celletti, S.; Paolacci, A. R.; Catarcione, G.; Ciaffi, M. et al.; Hoefgen, R.; Astolfi, S.: The Interplay between Sulfur and Iron Nutrition in Tomato. Plant Physiology 169 (4), pp. 2624 - 2639 (2015)
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    Bastias, A.; Yanez, M.; Osorio, S.; Arbona, V.; Gomez-Cadenas, A.; Fernie, A. R.; Casaretto, J. A.: The transcription factor AREB1 regulates primary metabolic pathways in tomato fruits. Journal of Experimental Botany 65 (9), pp. 2351 - 63 (2014)
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    Bermúdez, L.; de Godoy, F.; Balder, P.; Demarco, D.; Osorio, S.; Quadrana, L.; Almeida, J.; Asis, R.; Gibon, Y.; Fernie, A. R. et al.; Rossi, M.; Carrari, F.: Silencing of the tomato Sugar Partitioning Affecting protein (SPA), modifies sink strength through a shift in leaf sugar metabolism. The Plant Journal 77 (5), pp. 676 - 687 (2014)
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    Fernandez-Calvino, L.; Osorio, S.; Hernandez, M. L.; Hamada, I. B.; Del Toro, F. J.; Donaire, L.; Yu, A.; Bustos, R.; Fernie, A. R.; Martinez-Rivas, J. M. et al.; Llave, C.: Virus-Induced Alterations in Primary Metabolism Modulate Susceptibility to Tobacco rattle virus in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 166 (4), pp. 1821 - 38 (2014)
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    Osorio, S.; Ruan, Y.-L.; Fernie, A. R.: An update on source-to-sink carbon partitioning in tomato. Frontiers in Plant Science 5, p. 516 - 516 (2014)
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    Sade, D.; Sade, N.; Shriki, O.; Lerner, S.; Gebremedhin, A.; Karavani, A.; Brotman, Y.; Osorio, S.; Fernie, A. R.; Willmitzer, L. et al.; Czosnek, H.; Moshelion, M.: Water Balance, Hormone Homeostasis, and Sugar Signaling Are All Involved in Tomato Resistance to Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus. Plant Physiology 165 (4), pp. 1684 - 1697 (2014)
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    Nardozza, S.; Boldingh, H. L.; Osorio, S.; Höhne, M.; Wohlers, M.; Gleave, A. P.; MacRae, E. A.; Richardson, A. C.; Atkinson, R. G.; Sulpice, R. et al.; Fernie, A. R.; Clearwater, M. J.: Metabolic analysis of kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa) berries from extreme genotypes reveals hallmarks for fruit starch metabolism. Journal of Experimental Botany 64 (16), pp. 5049 - 5063 (2013)
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    Lauxmann, M.; Borsani, J.; Osorio, S.; Lombardo, V. A.; Budde, C. O.; Bustamante, C. A.; Monti, L. L.; Andreo, C. S.; Fernie, A. R.; Drincovich, M. F. et al.; Lara, M. V.: Deciphering the metabolic pathways influencing heat and cold responses during post-harvest physiology of peach fruit. Plant, Cell and Environment 37 (3) (2013)
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    Osorio, S.; Scossa, F.; Fernie, A. R.: Molecular regulation of fruit ripening. Frontiers in Plant Science 4 (2013)
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    Cascales-Minana, B.; Munoz-Bertomeu, J.; Flores-Tornero, M.; Anoman, A. D.; Pertusa, J.; Alaiz, M.; Osorio, S.; Fernie, A. R.; Segura, J.; Ros, R.: The Phosphorylated Pathway of Serine Biosynthesis Is Essential Both for Male Gametophyte and Embryo Development and for Root Growth in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell 25 (6), pp. 2084 - 2101 (2013)
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    Antonio, C.; Mustafa, N. R.; Osorio, S.; Tohge, T.; Giavalisco, P.; Willmitzer, L.; Rischer, H.; Oksman-Caldentey, K. M.; Verpoorte, R.; Fernie, A. R.: Analysis of the interface between primary and secondary metabolism in Catharanthus roseus cell cultures using 13C-stable isotope feeding and coupled mass spectrometry. Molecular Plant 6 (2), pp. 581 - 584 (2013)
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    Morgan, M. J.; Osorio, S.; Gehl, B.; Baxter, C. J.; Kruger, N. J.; Ratcliffe, R. G.; Fernie, A. R.; Sweetlove, L. J.: Metabolic engineering of tomato fruit organic Acid content guided by biochemical analysis of an introgression line. Plant Physiology 161 (1), pp. 397 - 407 (2013)
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    Osorio, S.; Nunes-Nesi, A.; Stratmann, M.; Fernie, A. R.: Pyrophosphate levels strongly influence ascorbate and starch content in tomato fruit. Frontiers in Plant Science 4 (2013)
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    Osorio, S.; Vallarino, J. G.; Szecowka, M.; Ufaz, S.; Tzin, V.; Angelovici, R.; Galili, G.; Fernie, A. R.: Alteration of the interconversion of pyruvate and malate in the plastid or cytosol of ripening tomato fruit invokes diverse consequences on sugar but similar effects on cellular organic Acid, metabolism, and transitory starch accumulation. Plant Physiology 161 (2), pp. 628 - 643 (2013)
 
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