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Horticulture Research
  • Pradeep Kumar Sudheeran, 
  • Noa Sela, 
  • Mira Carmeli-Weissberg, 
  • Rinat Ovadia, 
  • Sayantan Panda, 
  • Oleg Feygenberg, 
  • Dalia Maurer, 
  • Michal Oren-Shamir, 
  • Asaph Aharoni  
  • Noam Alkan

Mango fruit exposed to sunlight develops red skin and are more resistant to biotic and abiotic stresses. Here we show that harvested red mango fruit that was exposed to sunlight at the orchard is more resistant than green fruit to Colletotrichum gloeosporioides. LCMS analysis showed high amounts of antifungal compounds, as glycosylated flavonols, glycosylated anthocyanins, and mangiferin in red vs. green mango skin, correlated with higher antioxidant and lower ROS. However, also the green side of red mango fruit that has low levels of flavonoids was resistant, indicated induced resistance. Transcriptomes of red and green fruit inoculated on their red and green sides with C. gloeosporioides were analyzed. Overall, in red fruit skin, 2,187 genes were upregulated in response to C. gloeosporioides. On the green side of red mango, upregulation of 22 transcription factors and 33 signaling-related transcripts indicated induced resistance. The RNA-Seq analysis suggests that resistance of the whole red fruit involved upregulation of ethylene, brassinosteroid, and phenylpropanoid pathways. To conclude, red fruit resistance to fungal pathogen was related to both flavonoid toxicity and primed resistance of fruit that was exposed to light at the orchard.

 

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Induced defense response in red mango fruit against Colletotrichum gloeosporioides
  • Pradeep Kumar Sudheeran, 
  • Noa Sela, 
  • Mira Carmeli-Weissberg, 
  • Rinat Ovadia, 
  • Sayantan Panda, 
  • Oleg Feygenberg, 
  • Dalia Maurer, 
  • Michal Oren-Shamir, 
  • Asaph Aharoni  
  • Noam Alkan
Induced defense response in red mango fruit against Colletotrichum gloeosporioides

Mango fruit exposed to sunlight develops red skin and are more resistant to biotic and abiotic stresses. Here we show that harvested red mango fruit that was exposed to sunlight at the orchard is more resistant than green fruit to Colletotrichum gloeosporioides. LCMS analysis showed high amounts of antifungal compounds, as glycosylated flavonols, glycosylated anthocyanins, and mangiferin in red vs. green mango skin, correlated with higher antioxidant and lower ROS. However, also the green side of red mango fruit that has low levels of flavonoids was resistant, indicated induced resistance. Transcriptomes of red and green fruit inoculated on their red and green sides with C. gloeosporioides were analyzed. Overall, in red fruit skin, 2,187 genes were upregulated in response to C. gloeosporioides. On the green side of red mango, upregulation of 22 transcription factors and 33 signaling-related transcripts indicated induced resistance. The RNA-Seq analysis suggests that resistance of the whole red fruit involved upregulation of ethylene, brassinosteroid, and phenylpropanoid pathways. To conclude, red fruit resistance to fungal pathogen was related to both flavonoid toxicity and primed resistance of fruit that was exposed to light at the orchard.

 

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