Convergent or parallel molecular evolution of momilactone A and B: potent allelochemicals, momilactones have been found only in rice and the moss Hypnum plumaeforme.

@article{KatoNoguchi2011ConvergentOP,
  title={Convergent or parallel molecular evolution of momilactone A and B: potent allelochemicals, momilactones have been found only in rice and the moss Hypnum plumaeforme.},
  author={Hisashi Kato‐Noguchi},
  journal={Journal of plant physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={168 13},
  pages={
          1511-6
        }
}
Plant second metabolites momilactone A and B, which act as potent phytoalexins and allelochemicals, have been found thus far only in rice and the moss Hypnum plumaeforme, although both plants are taxonomically quite distinct. The concentrations of momilactone A and B, respectively, in rice plants were 4.5-140 and 2.9-85μg/g, and those in H. plumaeforme were 8.4-58.7 and 4.2-23.4μg/g. Momilactone A and B concentrations in rice and H. plumaeforme plants were increased by UV irradiation, elicitor… Expand
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