Cyanogenic glycosides

Roslyn Margaret Gleadow, Nanna Bjarnholt, Kirsten Jorgensen, Jennifer Fox, Rebecca Miller

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Abstract

Cyanogenic glycosides are found in many types of organisms (plants, insects, fungi and some micro-organisms) (Nahrstedt, 1985). They consist of an a-hydroxynitrile stabilised by a glycodidic linkage to a sugar moiety (Conn, 1979) and are classified by their precursor amine acids and their sugar moiety, which is usually glucose.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationResearch Methods in Plant Sciences Volume 1 : Soil Allelochemicals
EditorsS S Narwal, Lech Szajdak, D A Sampietro
Place of PublicationUSA
PublisherStadium Press LLC
Pages283 - 310
Number of pages28
ISBN (Print)1-933699-65-5
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Gleadow, R. M., Bjarnholt, N., Jorgensen, K., Fox, J., & Miller, R. (2011). Cyanogenic glycosides. In S. S. Narwal, L. Szajdak, & D. A. Sampietro (Eds.), Research Methods in Plant Sciences Volume 1 : Soil Allelochemicals (pp. 283 - 310). USA: Stadium Press LLC.
Gleadow, Roslyn Margaret ; Bjarnholt, Nanna ; Jorgensen, Kirsten ; Fox, Jennifer ; Miller, Rebecca. / Cyanogenic glycosides. Research Methods in Plant Sciences Volume 1 : Soil Allelochemicals. editor / S S Narwal ; Lech Szajdak ; D A Sampietro. USA : Stadium Press LLC, 2011. pp. 283 - 310
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Cyanogenic glycosides. / Gleadow, Roslyn Margaret; Bjarnholt, Nanna; Jorgensen, Kirsten; Fox, Jennifer; Miller, Rebecca.

Research Methods in Plant Sciences Volume 1 : Soil Allelochemicals. ed. / S S Narwal; Lech Szajdak; D A Sampietro. USA : Stadium Press LLC, 2011. p. 283 - 310.

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Gleadow RM, Bjarnholt N, Jorgensen K, Fox J, Miller R. Cyanogenic glycosides. In Narwal SS, Szajdak L, Sampietro DA, editors, Research Methods in Plant Sciences Volume 1 : Soil Allelochemicals. USA: Stadium Press LLC. 2011. p. 283 - 310