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The sessile nature of plants has resulted in the evolution of an extraordinarily diverse suite of protective mechanisms against biotic and abiotic stresses. Though volatile isoprenoids are known to be involved in many types of biotic interactions, they also play important but relatively...
Fragment screens have successfully identified new scaffolds in drug discovery, often with relatively high hit rates (5%) using small screening libraries (1,000–10,000 compounds). This raises two questions: would other noteworthy chemotypes be found were one to screen all commercially available...
Numerous drugs and drug precursors in the current pharmacopoeia originate from plant sources. The limited yield of some bioactive compounds in plant tissues, however, presents a significant challenge for large-scale drug development. Metabolic engineering has facilitated the development of plant...
As multicellular organisms, plants, like animals, use endogenous signaling molecules to coordinate their own physiology and development. To compensate for the absence of a cardiovascular system, plants have evolved specialized transport pathways to distribute signals and nutrients. The main...
The attack of a plant by herbivorous arthropods can result in considerable changes in the plant's chemical phenotype. The emission of so-called herbivore-induced plant volatiles (HIPV) results in the attraction of carnivorous enemies of the herbivores that induced these changes. HIPV induction...
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