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oleate biosynthesis I (plants)

In most plants, the primary products of fatty acid biosynthesis (: FASYN-ELONG-PWY) are 16:0-ACP and 18:0-ACP. Delta9 18:0-ACP desaturase is ubiquitous to plants. It introduces the first double bond to 18:0-ACP. Additional double bonds are inserted to oleate and palmitate after...

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organism-specific biosystem
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superpathway of fatty acid biosynthesis II (plant)

Fatty acid biosynthesis in plants mainly occurs in plastids, although mitochondria are also capable to synthesize fatty acids. The active sites for fatty acid biosynthesis are photosynthetic leaf mesophyll cells, seeds, and oil-accumulating fruits. In plants, the initial condensation...

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organism-specific biosystem
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oleate biosynthesis I (plants)

|FRAME: OLEATE-CPD| (oleic acid) is the first unsaturated fatty acid that is produced from the saturated fatty acids produced by the fatty acid synthase. It makes up 55-80% of olive oil (although the free acid may consist only 0.5-2.5%) and 15-20% of grape seed oil and sea buckthorn...

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pathway
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conserved biosystem
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superpathway of fatty acid biosynthesis II (plant)

Fatty acid biosynthesis in plants mainly occurs in plastids, although mitochondria are also capable to synthesize fatty acids |CITS: [14660674]|. The active sites for fatty acid biosynthesis are photosynthetic leaf mesophyll cells, seeds, and oil-accumulating fruits. In plants,...

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pathway
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conserved biosystem

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