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- of monolignols is the amino acid phenylalanine. The first reactions in the biosynthesis are shared with the phenylpropanoid pathway, and monolignols are...
- provides monolignols including coumaryl alcohol, coniferyl alcohol, and sinapyl alcohol, which vary only in their degree of methoxylation. The monolignols are...
- mainly S. All lignins contain small amounts of incomplete or modified monolignols, and other monomers are prominent in non-woody plants. Lignin fills the...
- Paracoumaryl alcohol is a phytochemical, one of the monolignols. It is a white solid. p-Coumaryl alcohol is a major precursor to lignin or lignans. It...
- role in the formation of lignin by promoting the oxidative coupling of monolignols, a family of naturally occurring phenols. Other laccases, such as those...
- dimerization of substituted cinnamic alcohols (see cinnamic acid), known as monolignols, to a dibenzylbutane skeleton 2. This reaction is catalysed by oxidative...
- Coniferyl alcohol is a colourless crystalline organic compound. One of the monolignols, it is a phytochemical synthesized via the phenylpropanoid biochemical...
- immediate precursor being sinapaldehyde. This phytochemical is one of the monolignols, which are precursor to lignin or lignans. It is also a biosynthetic...
- perform proton coupled electron transfer to remove a hydrogen atom from monolignols, forming a radical intermediate. These intermediates then couple in a...
- as a final control point for regulation of metabolic flux toward the monolignols and therefore toward lignin as well; prior to this reduction step, the...
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