Harnessing Integrated Omics Approaches for Plant Specialized Metabolism Research: New Insights into Shikonin Biosynthesis
Plants produce an amazing diversity of specialized (secondary) metabolites, which in turn may underpin a plant’s adaptation to its specific ecological niche. Some of these metabolites have also become part of our every-day human lives—as flavorings, fragrances, insecticides, medicines and pigments. The biosynthesis of plant specialized metabolites often requires the co-regulation of underlying genes, proteins and pathway products (Schilmiller et al. 2012). Furthermore, the formation of such...[Show more]
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