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Phenylpropanoids as Attractants for Adult Stomoxys calcitrans (Diptera: Muscidae)

Phenylpropanoids as a Protectant of Aluminum Toxicity in Cultured Tobacco Cells

Separation of Four Phenylpropanoid Glycosides from a Chinese Herb by HSCCC

Separation of Phenylpropanoid Glycosides from a Chinese Herb by HSCCC

Stress-responsive hydroxycinnamate glycosyltransferase modulates phenylpropanoid metabolism in Populus

Induction of oxidative stress as a possible mechanism of the antifungal action of three phenylpropanoids

Metabolic Flux Analysis of the Phenylpropanoid Pathway in Elicitor-treated Potato Tuber Tissue

Fast repair of oxidative DNA damage by phenylpropanoid glycosides and their analogues

Nematode infection and reproduction in transgenic and mutant Arabidopsis and tobacco with an altered phenylpropanoid metabolism

Phenylpropanoid metabolism and phenolic composition of soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] leaves following exposure to ozone

Stilbene synthase gene transfer caused alterations in the phenylpropanoid metabolism of transgenic strawberry (Fragaria×ananassa)

Transcription factors, sucrose, and sucrose metabolic genes interact to regulate potato phenylpropanoid metabolism

Ectopic Expression of a Loblolly Pine Class II 4-Coumarate:CoA Ligase Alters Soluble Phenylpropanoid Metabolism but not Lignin Biosynthesis in Populus

Ectopic Expression of a UDP-Glucose:phenylpropanoid Glucosyltransferase Leads to Increased Resistance of Transgenic Tobacco Plants Against Infection with Potato Virus Y

Metabolic Flux Analysis of the Phenylpropanoid Pathway in Wound-Healing Potato Tuber Tissue using Stable Isotope-Labeled Tracer and LC-MS Spectroscopy

Metabolic Flux Analysis of the Phenylpropanoid Pathway in Wound-Healing Potato Tuber Tissue using Stable Isotope-Labeled Tracer and LC-MS Spectroscopy

Common active site architecture and binding strategy of four phenylpropanoid P450s from Arabidopsis thaliana as revealed by molecular modeling

 

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Any substance in plants derived from phenylpropane units variously linked and interlinked to form polymers of high molecular mass, especially lignins.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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