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Elucidation of cladofulvin biosynthesis reveals a cytochrome P450 monooxygenase required for anthraquinone dimerization
(National Academy of Sciences, 2016)
Anthraquinones are a large family of secondary metabolites (SMs) that are extensively studied for their diverse biological activities. These activities are determined by functional group decorations and the formation of ...
Who's the boss here? The post-transcriptional global regulator Hfq takes over control of secondary metabolite production in the nematode symbiont Photorhabdus luminiscens
(Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2017-01)
A Trojan? Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde? This is Photorhabdus luminiscens: an enterobacterial symbiont of nematodes of the Heterorhabditis genus, and, at the same time, an insect killer. It colonizes the nematode gut; the worm ...
Novel insights into the Citrus sinensis nonhost response suggest photosynthesis decline, abiotic stress networks and secondary metabolism modifications
(Csiro Publishing, 2015-05)
Plants are constantly exposed to stress factors. Biotic stress is produced by living organisms such as pathogens, whereas abiotic stress by unfavourable environmental conditions. In Citrus species, one of the most important ...
Genetic And Metabolic Engineering Of Microorganisms For The Development Of New Flavor Compounds From Terpenic Substrates
(TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTDABINGDON, 2015)
The developmental regulator Pcz1 affects the production of secondary metabolites in the filamentous fungus Penicillium roqueforti
Penicillium roqueforti is used in the production of several kinds of ripened blue-veined cheeses. In addition, this fungus produces interesting secondary metabolites such as roquefortine C, andrastin A and mycophenolic ...
Seasonality affects phytotoxic potential of five native species of neotropical savanna
Phytotoxic secondary metabolites produced by plants have been studied as possible sources of bioher-bicides. However, several environmental factors can change the secondary metabolism of plants, and thus, the production ...
Sulfur Metabolism and Stress Defense Responses in Plants
Sulfur management is an important issue in crop plant nutrition. Sulfur has a role in fundamental processes such as electron transport, structure and regulation. It is also associated with photosynthetic oxygen production, ...
Aerenchyma formation and recovery from hypoxia of the flooded root system of nodulated soybean
(Oxford Univ PressOxfordInglaterra, 2005)
Tolerance to stress and environmental adaptability of Chromobacterium violaceum.
(Genetics and Molecular Research, Ribeirão Preto, v. 3, n. 1, p. 102-116, 2004., 2004)