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- Pollmann, Stephan, et al. Show all 2 Author
- FEBS journal 2009 v.276 no.17 pp. 4693-4704
- biosynthesis; functional properties; jasmonic acid; mechanism of action; oxylipins; plant response; signal transduction
- ... One of the most challenging questions in modern plant science is how plants regulate their morphological and developmental adaptation in response to changes in their biotic and abiotic environment. A comprehensive elucidation of the underlying mechanisms will help shed light on the extremely efficient strategies of plants in terms of survival and propagation. In recent years, a number of environme ...
- Pollmann, Stephan, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- FEBS journal 2008 v.275 no.10 pp. 2428-2441
- Arabidopsis thaliana; allene; biosynthesis; bound water; chloroplasts; green fluorescent protein; isozymes; jasmonic acid; metabolites; models; oxylipins; plant development; site-directed mutagenesis
- ... Jasmonates are derived from oxygenated fatty acids (oxylipins) via the octadecanoid pathway and are characterized by a pentacyclic ring structure. They have regulatory functions as signaling molecules in plant development and adaptation to environmental stress. Recently, we solved the structure of allene oxide cyclase 2 (AOC2) of Arabidopsis thaliana, which is, together with the other three AOCs, ...