Plant Volatiles_ Recent Advances and Future Perspectives

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Unformatted text preview: Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences , 25: 417440, 2006 Copyright c Taylor & Francis Group, LLC ISSN: 0735-2689 print / 1549-7836 online DOI: 10.1080/07352680600899973 Plant Volatiles: Recent Advances and Future Perspectives Natalia Dudareva, Florence Negre, Dinesh A. Nagegowda and Irina Orlova Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907 Table of Contents I. INTRODUCTION ...........................................................................................................................................418 II. FUNCTIONS OF PLANT VOLATILES ..........................................................................................................418 A. Volatiles and Plant Reproduction .................................................................................................................418 B. Volatiles and Plant Defense ........................................................................................................................420 C. Role of Plant Volatiles in Tritrophic Interactions ...........................................................................................420 D. Role of Plant Volatiles in Plant-Plant Interactions .........................................................................................421 E. Role of Plant Volatiles in Belowground Defense ...........................................................................................422 F. Role of Plant Volatiles in Abiotic Stresses ....................................................................................................422 III. ANALYSIS OF PLANT VOLATILES .............................................................................................................423 IV. BIOSYNTHESIS OF PLANT VOLATILES ....................................................................................................423 A. Terpenoids ................................................................................................................................................423 B. Volatile Fatty Acid Derivatives ....................................................................................................................427 C. Phenylpropanoids/Benzenoids ....................................................................................................................427 D. Amino-Acid Volatile Derivatives .................................................................................................................429 V. REGULATION OF PLANT VOLATILE EMISSION ......................................................................................429 VI. SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS REGULATING VOLATILE EMISSION ........................................430 VII. METABOLIC ENGINEERING OF VOLATILE EMISSION ..........................................................................431 VIII. CONCLUSIONS .............................................................................................................................................432....
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