rapa mediated by salicylic acid and methyl jasmonate.
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Among activators, a variety of endogenously present lipids were described ().
An antiphosphatidylcholine antibody was described in the serum of a patient diagnosed with hemolytic anemia ().
Phosphatidylserine was shown to be recognized by specific antibodies in patients with lupus anticoagulant ().
The "Nod factors" produced in legumes by as a class of signalling molecules was identified as lipo-chitooligosaccharides ().
First demonstration of phosphatidylinositol anchor on the lipopolysaccharides of a prokaryotic species, ( ).
Demonstration of the induction of the synthesis of proteinase inhibitors by methyl jasmonate in a wounded plant but also in nearby plants through the atmosphere ().
First clear demonstration that fatty acids are as unfavorable as saturated fatty acids in raising LDL cholesterol and lowering HDL cholesterol levels ().
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reported the reversed-phase separation of fatty acids by acomplex two-dimensional TLC employing a catalytic hydrogenationon the plate ().
First description of a direct titration method for analytical hydrogenation todetermine precisely the unsaturation of lipids ().
Discovery of O-amino acid (alanyl and lysyl) esters of phosphatidylglycerol in agram-positive bacteria ().
The first GLC analysis of natural triglycerides from milk fat was reported ().
Hematoside, the ganglioside of horse erythrocytes, is the first ganglioside(GM3) whose structure was elucidated ().
The complete structure of sulfatide (sulfated galactosylceramide) was elucidatedincluding the position of the sulfate group attached to the C3 of galactose ().
Methyl jasmonate was discovered in flowers of jasmine and was shown to be afragrant component in the essential oil from these flowers ().
Discovery of diether-type phospholipids in a an extremely halophilic bacteria () ().
First demonstration of the presence of 2-aminoethylphosphonic acid and itsglycerol ester in lipid extractsof the sea anemone, ().
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Indeed, and it smells like it too! It is one of the main odour components of jasmine (right), along with a related molecule called jasmone. Methyl jasmonate (MeJA) makes up some 2-3% of jasmin oil. 15,000 blossoms are needed to give 1.5 g of the oil (10-4 g per blossom). Methyl jasmonate is also a flavour ingredient of semi-black (oolong) and black tea. It is an expensive odour; commercial applications in detergents containing oxidising bleaches use the less reactive reduced dihydro- compounds.
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Koo AJ, Gao X, Jones AD, et al. (2009) A rapid wound signal activates the systemic synthesis of bioactive jasmonates in Arabidopsis. Plant Journal 59: 974–986.