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Latex, Laticifers and Their Molecular Components: From Functions to Possible Applications. Advances in Botanical Research Volume 93- Product Image
Latex, Laticifers and Their Molecular Components: From Functions to Possible Applications. Advances in Botanical Research Volume 93- Product Image

Latex, Laticifers and Their Molecular Components: From Functions to Possible Applications. Advances in Botanical Research Volume 93

  • ID: 4806601
  • Book
  • January 2020
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

Latex, Laticifers And Their Products, Volume 93 in the Advances in Botanical Research series, highlights new advances in the growing field of the latex of different plant species and a diversity of molecules produced by the plants within laticifers. The new volume presents timely chapters on the latest developments in Plant latex and latex-borne defense, Physiology and structure of laticifers, Low-molecular compounds of latex-bearing plants/Latex-based defense strategies against pests, Plant latex proteins and their functions, Latex and Laticifers as a Source of Useful Bioactive Compounds. Pharmacologically active compounds from latex of medicinal plants. Euphorbia latex biochemistry/ proteins, and more.

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1. Plant latex and latex-borne defense Marcio Viana Ramosa, Cléverson Diniz Teixeira de Freitas, Francimauro Sousa Morais, Erika Prado, Maria Camila Medina and Diego Demarco 2. Structural diversity and distribution of laticifers Simone Padua Teixeira, Cristina Ribeiro Marinho and Flavia Maria Leme 3. Plant latex proteins and their functions Oskar Musidlak, Sophia Baldysz, Michalina Krakowiak, Robert Nawrot 4. Low-molecular compounds of latex-bearing plants and their biosynthesis Peng Huang, Mengshan Sun, Jianguo Zeng 5. Pharmacologically active compounds from latex-bearing plants Alicja Warowicka, Robert Nawrot, Anna Gozdzicka-Józefiak 6. Latex proteins and enzymes involved in terpenoid biosynthesis of selected Euphorbia species: E. kansui Liou and E. helioscopia L. Xueyan Zhao, Xia Cai 7. Biochemical composition of Hevea brasiliensis latex: a focus on the protein, lipid, carbohydrate and mineral contents Céline Bottier
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