Physiological and Transformational Analyses of Lipoxygenases
Lipoxygenases (LOXs) represent a group of polyunsaturated fatty acid oxidases that are apparently ubiquitious in eukaryotic organisms. There are a growing number of reports of the presence of this enzyme in various human and other animal tissues. The list of plants containing active LOXs also continues to expand.
KeywordsSoybean Seed Twospotted Spider American Chemical Society Symposium Series Seed Lipoxygenase Twospotted Spider Mite
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