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Phytochemistry: From atoms to organisms

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90A co-opted steroid synthesis gene, maintained in sorghum but not maize, is associated with a divergence in leaf wax chemistryPhytochemistry: From atoms to organisms Busta, Lucas; Schmitz, Elizabeth; Kosma, Dylan; Schnable, James; Cahoon, Edgar.cuticular wax
Drought Tolerance
triterpenoids
juvenile-to-adult transition
1027Applying plant biochemistry to chemical ecology: deciphering structural effects of specialized metabolites on insect herbivoryPhytochemistry: From atoms to organisms Lou, Yann-Ru; Anthony, Thilani; Fiesel, Paul; Arking, Rachel; Christensen, Elizabeth; Jones, A. Daniel; Last, Robert.molecular evolution
specialized metabolites
phytochemistry
convergent evolution
CRISPR
Chemical ecology
66Beyond Bioavailability: Polyphenols Offer Pre-Absorptive Benefits for Improving Intestinal and Metabolic Health via Intraluminal ActivitiesPhytochemistry: From atoms to organisms Van Buiten , Charlene; Raskin, Ilya; Elias, Ryan; Wu, Guojun; Lam, Yan Y.; Yennawar, Neela; Pacheco, Carlos; Hatzakis, Emmanuel; Lambert, Joshua ; Zhao, Liping.polyphenols
bioavailability
redox environment
celiac disease
metabolic syndrome
inflammation
645Evolution of the diversity of defensive sugar metabolites in Solanaceae and ConvolvulaceaePhytochemistry: From atoms to organisms Bennett, Alexandra; Kruse, Lars; Mahood, Elizabeth; Lazarus, Elena; Schroeder, Frank; Moghe, Gaurav.molecular evolution
phytochemistry
specialized metabolites
phylogenetics
294Exploring the link between environmental gradients and secondary plant metabolites in the ancient plant clade CycadalesPhytochemistry: From atoms to organisms Salazar Amoretti, Diego; Valverde-Barrantes, Oscar; Sorich, Christopher.Cycads
Cycadales
secondary metabolites
Plant Chemistry
Environmental Gradients
phytochemistry
chemical defenseĀ 
Chemical Diversity
109Linking species-interactions to macroevolution using the phylogenetic distribution of phytochemical diversityPhytochemistry: From atoms to organisms Weber, Marjorie.plant-insect interactions
mutualism
domatia
herbivores
1110Medicinal Genomics: Exploring the diversity of iridoid compounds in blueberry for human health benefitsPhytochemistry: From atoms to organisms Leisner, Courtney.blueberry
natural products
transcriptomics
1107Phytochemical phoresy by phlies: the smelly secrets of dung mossesPhytochemistry: From atoms to organisms Raguso, Robert.volatile organic compounds
Splachnaceae
Dispersal
13Phytochemistry: From atoms to organismsPhytochemistry: From atoms to organisms Moghe, Gaurav; Raguso, Robert.
601Plant Natural Products and the Future of Antimicrobial Drug DiscoveryPhytochemistry: From atoms to organisms Porras, Gina; Chassagne, Francois; Lyles, James; Marquez, Lewis; Dettweiler, Micah; Salam, Akram; Samarakoon, Tharanga; Shabih, Sarah; Raschid Farrokhi, Darya; Quave, Cassandra.antimicrobial
Ethnobotany
natural products
antibiotics
1115Successional shifts in microbial communities affect plant-herbivore interactions in nature and agriculturePhytochemistry: From atoms to organisms Howard, Mia.herbivory
Microbiome
succession
soil
aboveground-belowground interactions
plant-soil feedbacks
plant defense
fallow succession
agriculture
Chemical ecology
plant-insect interactions
solidago
crops
herbicide resistance

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