Monoterpenoid essential oils are not of mevalonoid origin

@inproceedings{Eisenreich1997MonoterpenoidEO,
  title={Monoterpenoid essential oils are not of mevalonoid origin},
  author={Wolfgang Eisenreich and Silvia Sagner and Meinhart H. Zenk and Adelbert Bacher},
  year={1997}
}
Incorporation of [1-13C]- and [U13C6]glucose shows that monoterpenoid essential oils (geraniol, menthone, pulegone, thymol) are biosynthesised in plants by a pathway which is different from the established mevalonic acid route. 

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