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Contents list Natural Product Reports High impact, critical reviews in natural product research and related areas rsc.li/npr The Royal Society of Chemistry is the world's leading chemistry community. Through our high impact journals and publications we connect the world with the chemical sciences and invest the profits back into the chemistry community. IN THIS ISSUE ISSN 0265-0568 CODEN NPRRDF 35(5) 381–490 (2018) Cover Inside cover See Jos M. Raaijmakers et al., See Yoshitomo Kikuchi et al., pp. 398–409. pp. 434–454. Artwork illustration © 2018 Image reproduced by by Je-Seung Jeon and permission of Desalegn W. Etalo. Yoshitomo Kikuchi Image reproduced by from Nat. Prod. Rep., permission of 2018, 35, 434. Jos M. Raaijmakers from Nat. Prod. Rep., 2018, 35, 398. HIGHLIGHT Influence of microbial symbionts on insect pheromones Tobias Engl and Martin Kaltenpoth Symbiotic microorganisms can influence the fitness of their insect hosts by modulating pheromone production and perception. REVIEWS Modulation of plant chemistry by beneficial root microbiota Desalegn W. Etalo, Je-Seung Jeon and Jos M. Raaijmakers Beneficial root microbiota modulate plant chemistry and represent an untapped potential to discover new pathways involved in the biosynthesis of high value natural plant products. This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Natural Product Reports Royal Society of Chemistry

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Natural Product Reports , Volume 35 (5): 3 – May 25, 2018

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The Royal Society of Chemistry
Copyright
This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry
ISSN
0265-0568
eISSN
1460-4752
D.O.I.
10.1039/C8NP90018C
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Natural Product Reports High impact, critical reviews in natural product research and related areas rsc.li/npr The Royal Society of Chemistry is the world's leading chemistry community. Through our high impact journals and publications we connect the world with the chemical sciences and invest the profits back into the chemistry community. IN THIS ISSUE ISSN 0265-0568 CODEN NPRRDF 35(5) 381–490 (2018) Cover Inside cover See Jos M. Raaijmakers et al., See Yoshitomo Kikuchi et al., pp. 398–409. pp. 434–454. Artwork illustration © 2018 Image reproduced by by Je-Seung Jeon and permission of Desalegn W. Etalo. Yoshitomo Kikuchi Image reproduced by from Nat. Prod. Rep., permission of 2018, 35, 434. Jos M. Raaijmakers from Nat. Prod. Rep., 2018, 35, 398. HIGHLIGHT Influence of microbial symbionts on insect pheromones Tobias Engl and Martin Kaltenpoth Symbiotic microorganisms can influence the fitness of their insect hosts by modulating pheromone production and perception. REVIEWS Modulation of plant chemistry by beneficial root microbiota Desalegn W. Etalo, Je-Seung Jeon and Jos M. Raaijmakers Beneficial root microbiota modulate plant chemistry and represent an untapped potential to discover new pathways involved in the biosynthesis of high value natural plant products. This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry

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Published: May 25, 2018

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