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Genome-wide identification of phenolic acid biosynthetic genes in Salvia miltiorrhiza

Main conclusion Twenty-nine genes related to phenolic acid biosynthesis were identified in the Salvia miltiorrhiza genome. Nineteen of these are described for the first time, with ten genes experimentally correlating to phenolic acid biosynthesis. Vast stores of secondary metabolites exist in... Full description

1st Person: Wang, Bo verfasserin
Additional Persons: Sun, Wei verfasserin; Li, Qiushi verfasserin; Li, Ying verfasserin; Luo, Hongmei verfasserin; Song, Jingyuan verfasserin; Sun, Chao verfasserin; Qian, Jun verfasserin; Zhu, Yingjie verfasserin; Hayward, Alice verfasserin; Xu, Haibin verfasserin; Chen, Shilin verfasserin
Source: in Planta Vol. 241, No. 3 (2015), p. 711-725
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2015
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