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Green leaf volatiles: hydroperoxide lyase pathway of oxylipin metabolism

Green leaf volatiles: hydroperoxide lyase pathway of oxylipin metabolism

Current Opinion in Plant Biology 9(3): 274-280

Green leaf volatiles (GLVs) are C(6) aldehydes, alcohols, and their esters formed through the hydroperoxide lyase pathway of oxylipin metabolism. Plants start to form GLVs after disruption of their tissues and after suffering biotic or abiotic stresses. GLV formation is thought to be regulated at the step of lipid-hydrolysis, which provides free fatty acids to the pathway.

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PMID: 16595187

DOI: 10.1016/j.pbi.2006.03.002

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