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Expression of Secondary Metabolism An Aspect of Cell Specialization of Microorganisms, Higher Plants, and Animals

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In addition to the primary metabolic reactions, which are similar in all living beings (formation and breakdown of nucleic acids and proteins as well as of their precursors, of most carbohydrates, of some carboxylic acids, etc.), a vast number of metabolic pathways lead to the formation of compounds peculiar to a few species or even to a single chemical race only. These reactions, in accord with CZAPEK (1921) and PAECH (1950), are summed up under the term “secondary metabolism”, and their products are called “secondary metabolites.”

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Secondary Metabolism Cinnamic Acid Phenol Oxidase Alkaloid Biosynthesis Cinnamic Acid Derivative 
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