Environmental Factors Affecting The Formation Of Mesityloxide, Dimethylallylic Alcohol And Other Volatile Compounds Excreted By Anabaena cylindrica

@inproceedings{Juettner1983EnvironmentalFA,
  title={Environmental Factors Affecting The Formation Of Mesityloxide, Dimethylallylic Alcohol And Other Volatile Compounds Excreted By Anabaena cylindrica},
  author={Friedrich Dr. Juettner and Jutta Leonhardt and S M{\"o}hren},
  year={1983}
}
Anabaena cylindrica excretes a large number of volatile products. The major components are dimethylallylic alcohol and mesityloxide, while the minor components detected include various nor-carotenoids and lipid degradation products. The formation of mesityloxide is strictly lightdependent, and ceases in the dark. A direct association with photosynthesis can be ruled out since 3-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-l, 1-dimethylurea (DCMU) does not affect the formation of mesityloxide during the first hour… CONTINUE READING

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