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Understanding the phenylpropanoid pathway for agronomical and nutritional improvement of mungbean

The phenylpropanoid pathway is an important diversified secondary or specialised metabolic route. It gives rise to various metabolites that regulate plant growth, metabolism, and plant–environment interactions. Genetic manipulations of the phenylpropanoid pathway have even improved the agronomy and... Full description

Journal Title: The Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology 04 July 2017, Vol.92(4), p.335-348
Main Author: Guleria, Praveen
Other Authors: Kumar, Vineet
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Language: English
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Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ID: ISSN: 1462-0316 ; E-ISSN: 2380-4084 ; DOI: 10.1080/14620316.2017.1286236
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description: The phenylpropanoid pathway is an important diversified secondary or specialised metabolic route. It gives rise to various metabolites that regulate plant growth, metabolism, and plant–environment interactions. Genetic manipulations of the phenylpropanoid pathway have even improved the agronomy and nutritional status of plants. Irrespective of such explorations, this pathway has not been vastly investigated in legumes to date. Mungbean ( Vigna radiata L.) is the most commonly produced leguminous crop of Asia. It is an important source of plant protein that has been recommended over several animal proteins. Dry mungbean seeds as well as sprouts are a rich source of phenylpropanoids. Mungbean sprouts possess increased protein bioavailability and have higher antioxidant potential than dry seeds. The polyphenolic derivatives of the phenylpropanoid pathway in mungbean are responsible for their antioxidant potential. Hence, from this perspective, the present article reviews the agronomic and biochemical traits of mungbean with an emphasis on the phenylpropanoid pathway and derived metabolites.
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