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Coordinated activation of the metabolic pathways induced by LED blue light in citrus fruit

AuthorsLafuente, María Teresa ; Romero, Paco ; Ballester Frutos, Ana Rosa
Photooxidative stress
Primary and secondary metabolism
Issue Date30-Sep-2020
CitationFood Chemistry 341:128050 (2021)
AbstractThe biochemical changes induced by LED Blue Light (LBL) (450 nm) in Lane Late oranges were investigated. The selected quantum flux (60 µmol m−2 s−1, 2 days) was associated with resistance against Penicillium digitatum, the main postharvest pathogen of citrus fruit. A holistic overview was obtained by a comparative transcriptome profile analysis, which revealed that LBL favored energy metabolism and redirected metabolic pathways toward the synthesis of diverse primary and secondary metabolism products. LBL favored reactive oxygen species homeostasis and metabolic activities involving lipid metabolism, specifically the synthesis of pigments and oxylipins, and the metabolism of carbohydrates, amino acids and indol- and alkaloid-derivatives. LBL also repressed limonene catabolism and triggered phenylpropanoid derivatives-related changes, which increased content in total flavonoids. Transferring fruit from LBL to darkness favored those processes involving amino acids, different phenylpropanoid, alkaloid and terpenoid classes, and ferrochelatase activity.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2020.128050
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