Biochemistry, Solanum, Solanaceae, Botany and Genetically modified tomato are his primary areas of study. His Solanum study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ripening, Malate dehydrogenase and Fumarase. He has included themes like Metabolite, Biotechnology and Metabolic pathway in his Ripening study.
His studies deal with areas such as Invertase, Chromosome and Lycopersicon as well as Solanaceae. His Botany research incorporates elements of Genome, Genomics, Wild tomato and Introgression. His Genome research incorporates themes from Quantitative trait locus and Solanum tuberosum.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Biochemistry, Gene, Botany, Solanum and Genetics. He focuses mostly in the field of Gene, narrowing it down to topics relating to Carbohydrate metabolism and, in certain cases, Sugar. In his study, Seed dormancy is inextricably linked to Abscisic acid, which falls within the broad field of Botany.
His studies in Solanum integrate themes in fields like Ripening, Cultivar and Wild tomato, Solanaceae. Fernando Carrari has researched Solanaceae in several fields, including Biotechnology and Lycopersicon. His work in Quantitative trait locus covers topics such as Introgression which are related to areas like Genomics and Phenotype.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Solanum, Cell biology, Botany, Genetics and Quantitative trait locus. His Solanum research includes themes of Organoleptic and Cultivar. His Cell biology research includes elements of Arabidopsis thaliana, Gene silencing, Transcription factor and Cytosol.
His work on Bixa, Bixin and Allium as part of general Botany study is frequently connected to Organosulfur compounds, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Fernando Carrari interconnects Tocotrienol and Chlorophyll fluorescence in the investigation of issues within Genetics. The Photosynthesis study combines topics in areas such as Genome and Gene.
His primary areas of investigation include Quantitative trait locus, Genetics, Crop, Chlorophyll and Tocopherol. His Quantitative trait locus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Invertase, Identification, Metabolite, Developmental biology and Natural variation. His work in the fields of Genetics, such as Arabidopsis, Allele, Genotype and DNA sequencing, intersects with other areas such as Cape verde.
His Crop research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biotechnology, Crop yield, Metabolic regulation and Vitamin E. His Chlorophyll study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Phenotype, Genetic architecture, Introgression and Candidate gene. Tocopherol is a subfield of Biochemistry that Fernando Carrari tackles.
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The tomato genome sequence provides insights into fleshy fruit evolution
Shusei Sato;Satoshi Tabata;Hideki Hirakawa;Erika Asamizu.
Respiratory metabolism: glycolysis, the TCA cycle and mitochondrial electron transport.
Alisdair R Fernie;Fernando Carrari;Lee J Sweetlove.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology (2004)
Comprehensive metabolic profiling and phenotyping of interspecific introgression lines for tomato improvement
Nicolas Schauer;Yaniv Semel;Ute Roessner;Amit Gur.
Nature Biotechnology (2006)
Zooming In on a Quantitative Trait for Tomato Yield Using Interspecific Introgressions
Eyal Fridman;Fernando Carrari;Yong-Sheng Liu;Alisdair R. Fernie.
Integrated Analysis of Metabolite and Transcript Levels Reveals the Metabolic Shifts That Underlie Tomato Fruit Development and Highlight Regulatory Aspects of Metabolic Network Behavior
Fernando Carrari;Charles Baxter;Björn Usadel;Ewa Urbanczyk-Wochniak.
Plant Physiology (2006)
Metabolic regulation underlying tomato fruit development
Fernando Carrari;Alisdair R. Fernie.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2006)
The genome of the stress-tolerant wild tomato species Solanum pennellii
Anthony Bolger;Federico Scossa;Marie E Bolger;Christa Lanz.
Nature Genetics (2014)
Metabolic Profiling of Transgenic Tomato Plants Overexpressing Hexokinase Reveals That the Influence of Hexose Phosphorylation Diminishes during Fruit Development
Ute Roessner-Tunali;Björn Hegemann;Anna Lytovchenko;Fernando Carrari.
Plant Physiology (2003)
Enhanced Photosynthetic Performance and Growth as a Consequence of Decreasing Mitochondrial Malate Dehydrogenase Activity in Transgenic Tomato Plants
Adriano Nunes-Nesi;Fernando Carrari;Anna Lytovchenko;Anna M.O. Smith.
Plant Physiology (2005)
Deficiency of mitochondrial fumarase activity in tomato plants impairs photosynthesis via an effect on stomatal function.
Adriano Nunes-Nesi;Fernando Carrari;Yves Gibon;Ronan Sulpice.
Plant Journal (2007)
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