With complete sequencing of the ‘Golden Delicious’ genome, the transcriptome, proteome and metabolome have been fused with the genome. However, to date, no studies have evaluated the importance of systematic functions based on systematic biology in apples. In this study, we summarized the history of genetic maps of apples, and introduced the functions of gene families from the perspective of genomics; the functions included resisting abiotic and biotic stress, hormone response, fruit development and quality, epitomizing the development of other omics and relationships between functions. Furthermore, we established a model for gene structure and functional analyses, as well as of the protein interaction network, for apple. These results provide detailed systematic information for biological basis studies in apple as well as apple breeding, laying a good foundation for systematic biology.
Plant Growth Regulation – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 21, 2017
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