Biosynthesis of oxylipins in non-mammals.

  title={Biosynthesis of oxylipins in non-mammals.},
  author={Alexandra Andreou and Florian Brodhun and Ivo Feussner},
  journal={Progress in lipid research},
  volume={48 3-4},
Lipid peroxidation is common to all biological systems, appearing in developmentally-regulated processes and as a response to environmental changes. Products derived from lipid peroxidation are collectively named oxylipins. Initial lipid peroxidation may either occur by enzymatic or chemical reactions. An array of alternative reactions further converting lipid hydroperoxides gives rise to a large variety of oxylipin classes, some with reported signaling functions in plants, fungi, algae or… CONTINUE READING
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