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Metabolic profiling and identification of shikonins in root periderm of two invasive Echium spp. weeds in Australia

Skoneczny, Dominik; Weston, Paul A; Zhu, Xiaocheng; Gurr, Geoff; Callaway, Ragan; Barrow, Russell; Weston, Leslie A


Metabolic profiling can be successfully implemented to analyse a living system's response to environmental conditions by providing critical information on an organism's physiological state at a particular point in time and allowing for both quantitative and qualitative assessment of a specific subset(s) of key metabolites. Shikonins are highly reactive chemicals that affect various cell signalling pathways and possess antifungal, antibacterial and allelopathic activity. Based on previous...[Show more]

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Date published: 2017
Type: Journal article
Source: Molecules
DOI: 10.3390/molecules22020330
Access Rights: Open Access


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