jasmonate

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jasmonate

(ˈdʒæzməˌneɪt)
n
a hormone that regulates plant growth
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2010) and jasmonates (JA) (Wasternack and Hause, 2013).
Jasmonates are produced from oxidation of linolinic acid by the action of lipoxygenase (Vick and Zimmerman, 1984) and one of the most important plant growth regulators, which occur in plants and affect morphology, physiology and biochemistry of plants, especially under salt stress (Yoon et al.
Kazan K (2015) Diverse roles of jasmonates and ethylene in abiotic stress tolerance.
Plants produce several classes of phytohormones including auxins, cytokinins, brassino steroids, gibberellins, abscisic acid, ethylene, jasmonates and strigolactones playing roles in development and stress responses (3,4).
Exogenous jasmonates simulate insect wounding in tomato plants (Lycopersicon esculentum) in the laboratory and field.
Jasmonates within plants serve a key role in the genes as well as in the metabolic regulation.
These secondary metabolite including phenolics brassinosteroids jasmonates salicylates polyamines etc.
Interactions Between Jasmonates and Abscisic Acid in Apple Fruit, and Stimulative Effect of Jasmonates on Anthocyanin Accumulation.
Preharvest antioxidant activities of tropical fruit and the effect of low temperature storage on antioxidants and jasmonates.
Jasmonates play a key role in eliciting biological responses that lead to the accumulation of secondary metabolites (Gundlach et al.