Airliners Between the Wars, 1919-39 (Colour) by Kenneth Munson
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It is clear that while some triterpenoid OSCs are highly specific in the products that they generate (such as the P. ginseng bAS enzymes [12, 14] and the LuS enzymes from O. europaea and T. officinale ), others are multifunctional and form a number of different products, at least in yeast [44, 46, 48, 49]. Although oleanane, lupane and dammarane skeletons are the most common triterpenoid structures associated with saponin biosynthesis, over 80 different oxidosqualene cyclase products are likely to be produced by plants .
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47 List of Abbreviations aAS bAS CS DS EST LS LuP OSC PCR SC a-Amyrin synthase b-Amyrin synthase Cycloartenol synthase Dammarenediol synthase Expressed sequence tag Lanosterol synthase Lupeol synthase Oxidosqualene cyclase Polymerase chain reaction Squalene-hopene cyclase 1 Introduction Collectively plants synthesise a diverse array of secondary metabolites, either as part of normal growth and development or in response to pathogen attack or stress. By definition, secondary metabolites are regarded as “luxury items” that are not required for growth and reproduction of the plant, at least under defined conditions.