Spiroacetal biosynthesis in fruit flies is complex: Distinguishable origins of the same major spiroacetal released by different Bactrocera spp
The major spiroacetal ((E,E)-1) of the pestiferous fruit flies, Bactrocera tryoni and Bactrocera cucumis, is biosynthesised from fatty acids by distinguishable pathways which utilise modified β-oxidation and C-H hydroxylation, generating a putative ketod
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