Expression data of tomato fruit responses to Botrytis cinerea
Experiment description: Tomato fruit ripening is associated with a dramatic increase in susceptibility to the fungal pathogen Botrytis cinerea, the causal agent of gray mold. Mature green fruit, prior to ripening, are largely resistant to B. cinerea, whereas red fruit, at the end of ripening, are susceptible to B. cinerea infection. We used microarrays to detail the gene expression changes that are induced by B. cinerea when tomato fruit at unripe and ripe stages are infected.
Author: Dario Cantu
Contact: Dario Cantu (firstname.lastname@example.org), UC Davis
PubMed ID: 19465579
External link: GEO