Chorismate derived C6C1 compounds in plants

@article{Mustafa2005ChorismateDC,
  title={Chorismate derived C6C1 compounds in plants},
  author={Natali Rianika Mustafa and Robert Verpoorte},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2005},
  volume={222},
  pages={1-5}
}
The secondary metabolites are the products of interac tion of the producing organism with its environment and have a restricted occurrence. Many have economical importance as, e.g. drugs, antioxidants, flavors, fra grances, dyes, insecticides and pheromones (Verpoorte et al. 2002). Secondary metabolites can be classified according to their biosynthetic building blocks or their carbon skeleton. The C6C1 compounds are compounds having an aromatic six-carbon ring with one carbon attached. They are… CONTINUE READING
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