This book is principally concerned with the relatively complex small molecules produced by plants, which are important as drugs, fine chemicals, fragrances, flavours and biologically-active dietary constituents.| In a wide-ranging series of thematic essays, it covers key aspects of their role in plant ecology, their metabolism in the plant, their discovery, characterisation and use and their significance in the diet.
... the compilation covers a wide range of topics, and might make a good graduate-level text, or a nice addition to a personal or faculty library. Plant Science Bulletin, 2001
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