ODORANT1 regulates fragrance biosynthesis in petunia flowers.

Abstract

Floral scent is important to plant reproduction because it attracts pollinators to the sexual organs. Therefore, volatile emission is usually tuned to the foraging activity of the pollinators. In Petunia hybrida, volatile benzenoids determine the floral aroma. Although the pathways for benzenoid biosynthesis have been characterized, the enzymes involved are… (More)

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@article{Verdonk2005ODORANT1RF, title={ODORANT1 regulates fragrance biosynthesis in petunia flowers.}, author={Julian C Verdonk and M. A. M. Haring and Arjen J van Tunen and Robert C Schuurink}, journal={The Plant cell}, year={2005}, volume={17 5}, pages={1612-24} }