Iridoids in Hydrangeaceae

@article{Gousiadou2016IridoidsIH,
  title={Iridoids in Hydrangeaceae},
  author={Chryssoula Gousiadou and Hong-Qing Li and Charlotte Held Gotfredsen and S{\o}ren Rosendal Jensen},
  journal={Biochemical Systematics and Ecology},
  year={2016},
  volume={64},
  pages={122-130}
}
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Occurrence and Distribution of Iridoids
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TLDR
Iridoid monoterpenoids are widespread in the angiosperm plant families and are preferentially synthesized by the eudicots of Asterid clade, while iridoids of diverse skeletal structures are synthesised by monocots.

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