Regulation of volatile benzenoid biosynthesis in petunia flowers.

@article{Schuurink2006RegulationOV,
  title={Regulation of volatile benzenoid biosynthesis in petunia flowers.},
  author={Robert C Schuurink and Michel A Haring and David Glenn Clark},
  journal={Trends in plant science},
  year={2006},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={20-5}
}
The petunia flower has served as a model for the study of several physiological processes including floral development, self-incompatibility, anthocyanin biosynthesis and ethylene signalling during senescence. More recently, Petunia hybrida 'Mitchell' has been used to understand the complex regulation of volatile benzenoid biosynthesis, which occurs predominantly in flower petal tissues. Benzenoid biosynthesis is temporally and circadian controlled and is tightly down-regulated by ethylene… CONTINUE READING