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.
- Highlights new advances on physiology and structure of laticifers
- Focuses on the latest developments in latex-borne defense against herbivores and pathogens
- Includes the latest information on the diversity of molecules produced by different latex-bearing plants and a wide range of their activities and applications
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Marcio Viana Ramosa, Cléverson Diniz Teixeira de Freitas, Francimauro Sousa Morais, Erika Prado, Maria Camila Medina and Diego Demarco
- Structural diversity and distribution of laticifers
Simone Padua Teixeira, Cristina Ribeiro Marinho and Flavia Maria Leme
- Plant latex proteins and their functions
Oskar Musidlak, Sophia Baldysz, Michalina Krakowiak, Robert Nawrot
- Low-molecular compounds of latex-bearing plants and their biosynthesis
Peng Huang, Mengshan Sun, Jianguo Zeng
- Pharmacologically active compounds from latex-bearing plants
Alicja Warowicka, Robert Nawrot, Anna Gozdzicka-Józefiak
- Latex proteins and enzymes involved in terpenoid biosynthesis of selected Euphorbia species: E. kansui Liou and E. helioscopia L.
Xueyan Zhao, Xia Cai
- Biochemical composition of Hevea brasiliensis latex: a focus on the protein, lipid, carbohydrate and mineral contents