By E. E. Conn
The Biochemistry of vegetation: A accomplished Treatise, quantity 7: Secondary Plant items specializes in the biochemistry of secondary compounds, together with tissue tradition and differentiation, complexes, and plant systematics.
The choice first elaborates at the physiological roles of secondary common items, tissue tradition and the learn of secondary common items, and turnover and degradation of secondary normal items. Discussions specialise in degradative reactions of nitrogenous and phenolic compounds, inspiration of turnover of secondary items, and plant-vertebrate interactions. The textual content then elaborates on secondary plant items and mobile and tissue differentiation; compartmentation in traditional product biosynthesis by means of multienzyme complexes; and secondary metabolites and plant systematics.
The manuscript examines the stereochemical facets of usual items biosynthesis, nonprotein amino acids, and amines. subject matters contain tryptamines, phenethylamines, and histamine, nonprotein amino acids as analogues and antimetabolites, chemistry and biogenesis, and nonprotein amino acids as indexes for chemotaxonomy. The publication additionally tackles glycosylation and glycosidases; transmethylation and demethylation reactions within the metabolism of secondary plant items; and oxygenases and the metabolism of plant items.
The choice is a crucial reference for researchers attracted to the biochemistry of secondary compounds.
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Differences in cellular or tissue localization, form of conjugation, physiological condition of the plant, and many other factors appear important. Once demonstrated, turnover can be further investigated by feeding experiments with suitable substrates. Though successful, feeding experiments are confronted with the problem that endogenously formed and exogenously applied compounds may be metabolized very differently. Examples are found in Section ΙΙΙ,Β. A further problem of feeding experiments for determining turnover or further metabolism of secondary compounds is the, as yet unknown, specificity of many catabolic enzymes.
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