2020
DOI: 10.1590/1678-4685-gmb-2019-0388
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Abstract: Terpenes produced by plants comprise a diverse range of secondary metabolites, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Terpene VOC production may be altered after damage or by biological stimuli such as bacterial, fungal and insects, and subsequent triggering of plant defense responses. These VOCs originate in plants from two independent pathways: the mevalonate and the methylerythritol phosphate pathways, which utilize dimethylallyl and isopentenyl diphosphates to form the terpenoidal precursors. Phakops… Show more

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“…Additionally, multiple terpenoid metabolites identified from sunflower have been shown to possess antifungal activity in in vitro assays against important fungal pathogens such as Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and Verticillium dahliae (Picman et al., 1990; Picman & Schneider, 1993). Although terpenoids have not been previously implicated in sunflower resistance to rust, terpenoid metabolites have been suggested to play a role in rust resistance in other plants, such as soybean and eucalyptus (Parmezan et al., 2020; Silva et al., 2019). Future studies will be required to assess the role of terpenoids in sunflower rust resistance and identify specific terpenoid metabolites involved in defense against rust.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Additionally, multiple terpenoid metabolites identified from sunflower have been shown to possess antifungal activity in in vitro assays against important fungal pathogens such as Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and Verticillium dahliae (Picman et al., 1990; Picman & Schneider, 1993). Although terpenoids have not been previously implicated in sunflower resistance to rust, terpenoid metabolites have been suggested to play a role in rust resistance in other plants, such as soybean and eucalyptus (Parmezan et al., 2020; Silva et al., 2019). Future studies will be required to assess the role of terpenoids in sunflower rust resistance and identify specific terpenoid metabolites involved in defense against rust.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%