Biochemical pathways in seed oil synthesis.

@article{Bates2013BiochemicalPI,
  title={Biochemical pathways in seed oil synthesis.},
  author={Philip D Bates and Sten Stymne and John B. Ohlrogge},
  journal={Current opinion in plant biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={358-64}
}
Oil produced in plant seeds is utilized as a major source of calories for human nutrition, as feedstocks for non-food uses such as soaps and polymers, and can serve as a high-energy biofuel. The biochemical pathways leading to oil (triacylglycerol) synthesis in seeds involve multiple subcellular organelles, requiring extensive lipid trafficking. Phosphatidylcholine plays a central role in these pathways as a substrate for acyl modifications and likely as a carrier for the trafficking of acyl… CONTINUE READING
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