Analysis of Wild Tomato Introgression Lines Elucidates the Genetic Basis of Metabolome Variation in a Ripening Tomato Fruit

  • Jedrzej Szymanski (Creator)
  • Samuel Bocobza (Creator)
  • Nir Shahaf (Creator)
  • Sagit Meir (Creator)
  • Ilana Rogachev (Creator)
  • Asaph Aharoni (Creator)
  • Sayantan Panda (Contributor)
  • Prashant Sonawane (Contributor)
  • Pablo D. Cárdenas (Contributor)
  • Justin Lashbrooke (Contributor)
  • Avinash Kamble (Contributor)
  • Arnaud Bovy (Contributor)
  • Jules Beekwilder (Contributor)
  • Yury Tikunov (Contributor)
  • Irene Romero de la Fuente (Contributor)
  • Dani Zamir (Contributor)



LC-MS analysis of the Introgression Lines (ILs; Eshed & Zamir 1995) and Backcrossed Inbred Lines (BILs; Ofner et al. 2016) developped from the wild Peruvian accession of Solanum pennellii in the genetic background of the Solanum lycopersicum cultivar M82. Fruit at the breaker and red ripe stages of ILs and BILs were harvested from the field at the Western Galilee Experimental Station in Akko, Israel. Samples represent methanol extracts analysed using a high-resolution UPLC/qTOF system comprised of a UPLC (Waters Acquity) which was connected online to a photodiode array (PDA) and qTOF detectors. Details on plant material and experimental protocols are provided in attached Methods file. Attached Metadata file provides all details on sample identity, measurement batches and quality controls.
Date made available28 Jul 2020


  • metabolomics
  • LC-MS
  • Solanum lycopersicum
  • mapping population
  • fruit
  • specialized metabolism
  • ripening

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