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Studies on the catabolic pathway of protocatechuic acid in mung bean seedlings

, : Studies on the catabolic pathway of protocatechuic acid in mung bean seedlings. Botanical Magazine, Japan, 83: 980/981, 49-59

Studies of the degradation of protocatechuic acid in the h'ypocotyls of mung bean (Phaseolus mungo ) seedlings showed that it was oxidatively broken down by the following pathway: protocatechuic acid-> beta carboxy-cis, cic-muconic acid-> beta -carboxymucunolactone-> beta -ketoadipic acid-> C2.


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