?!DOCTYPE html> Ϻ11ѡ5ͼ:Attractive but Toxic: Emerging Roles of Glycosidically Bound Volatiles and Glycosyltransferases-安徽农业大学-茶与食品U技学院

【国民娱乐每日礼金gm777.top,上海11选5走势图中大奖】我们为您提供上海11选5走势图注册,上海11选5走势图投注,上海11选5走势图app,上海11选5走势图平台,巨华彩票开户,充提快速,操控简单,为上海11选5走势图彩民服务!

滚动新闻Q?/div>
通知公告
U研成果
您现在的位置是: 首页 > U学研究 > U研成果 > 正文

Attractive but Toxic: Emerging Roles of Glycosidically Bound Volatiles and Glycosyltransferases

作?  文章来源:   点击? 更新日期:2019-04-29
 

Title


Attractive but Toxic: Emerging Roles of Glycosidically Bound Volatiles and Glycosyltransferases Involved in Their Formation


Authors


Chuankui Song, Katja Härtl,  Kate McGraphery, Thomas Hoffmann
,  Wilfried Schwab*


Journal


Molecular Plant


https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molp.2018.09.001


Abstract


Plants emit an overabundance of volatile compounds, which act in their producers either as appreciated attractants to lure beneficial animals or as repellent toxins to deter pests in a species-specific and concentration-dependent manner. Plants have evolved solutions to provide sufficient volatiles without poisoning themselves. Uridine-diphosphate sugar-dependent glycosyltransferases (UGTs) acting on volatiles is one important part of this sophisticated system, which balances the levels of bioactive metabolites and prepares them for cellular and long-distance transport and storage but enables the remobilization of disarmed toxins for the benefit of plant protection. This review provides an overview of the research history of glycosidically bound volatiles (GBVs), a relatively new group of plant secondary metabolites, and discusses the role of UGTs in the production of GBVs for plant protection.




Ϻ11ѡ5ͼ