Volatile Biosynthesis & Analytical Methods

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  1. Arguello, J.R., C. Sellanes, Y-R. Lou, R.A. Raguso. 2013. Can yeast (S. cerevisiae) metabolic volatiles provide polymorphic signaling? PLoS ONE 8(8): e70219.


  1. Dobson, H.E.M., R.A. Raguso, J.T. Knudsen, M. Ayasse. 2005. Scent as an attractant. pp. 197-230 in: A. Dafni, P.G. Kevan, B.C. Husband eds., “Practical Pollination Biology”. Enviroquest, Cambridge, Canada.


  1. Raguso, R.A., E. Pichersky. 1999. A day in the life of a linalool molecule: chemical communication in a plant-pollinator system. Part 1: Linalool biosynthesis in flowering plants. Plant Species Biology 14: 95-120.


  1. Dudareva, N., J. D’Auria, R.A. Raguso, E. Pichersky. 1998. Acetyl CoA:Benzylalcohol Acetyltransferase - an enzyme involved in floral scent production in Clarkia breweri. The Plant Journal 14: 297-304.
  2. Dudareva, N., R.A. Raguso, J. Wang, J. Ross, E. Pichersky. 1998. Floral scent p roduction in Clarkia breweri III: Biosynthesis and emission of benzenoid esters. Plant Physiology 116: 599-604.
  3. Raguso, R.A., O. Pellmyr. 1998. Dynamic headspace analysis of floral volatiles: a comparison of methods. Oikos 81: 238-254.


  1. Wang, J., N. Dudareva, S. Bhakta, R.A. Raguso, E. Pichersky. 1997. Floral scent production in Clarkia breweri II. Localization and developmental modulation of the novel enzyme SAM:(Iso)eugenol O-methyltransferase and phenylpropanoid emission. Plant Physiology: 114: 213-221.


  1. Pichersky, E., R.A. Raguso, E. Lewinsohn, R. Croteau. 1994. Floral scent of Clarkia breweri I: Linalool synthase activity and emission of monoterpene volatiles. Plant Physiology 106: 1533-1540.

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