Anisic aldehyde - CAS 123-11-5
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1.Role and structural characterization of plant aldehyde dehydrogenases from family 2 and family 7.
Končitíková R;Vigouroux A;Kopečná M;Andree T;Bartoš J;Šebela M;Moréra S;Kopečný D Biochem J. 2015 May 15;468(1):109-23. doi: 10.1042/BJ20150009.
Aldehyde dehydrogenases (ALDHs) are responsible for oxidation of biogenic aldehyde intermediates as well as for cell detoxification of aldehydes generated during lipid peroxidation. So far, 13 ALDH families have been described in plants. In the present study, we provide a detailed biochemical characterization of plant ALDH2 and ALDH7 families by analysing maize and pea ALDH7 (ZmALDH7 and PsALDH7) and four maize cytosolic ALDH(cALDH)2 isoforms RF2C, RF2D, RF2E and RF2F [the first maize ALDH2 was discovered as a fertility restorer (RF2A)]. We report the crystal structures of ZmALDH7, RF2C and RF2F at high resolution. The ZmALDH7 structure shows that the three conserved residues Glu(120), Arg(300) and Thr(302) in the ALDH7 family are located in the substrate-binding site and are specific to this family. Our kinetic analysis demonstrates that α-aminoadipic semialdehyde, a lysine catabolism intermediate, is the preferred substrate for plant ALDH7. In contrast, aromatic aldehydes including benzaldehyde, anisaldehyde, cinnamaldehyde, coniferaldehyde and sinapaldehyde are the best substrates for cALDH2. In line with these results, the crystal structures of RF2C and RF2F reveal that their substrate-binding sites are similar and are formed by an aromatic cluster mainly composed of phenylalanine residues and several nonpolar residues.
2.Dose-dependent behavioral response of the mosquito Aedes albopictus to floral odorous compounds.
Hao H;Sun J;Dai J J Insect Sci. 2013;13:127. doi: 10.1673/031.013.12701.
The value of using plant volatiles as attractants for trapping and spatial repellents to protect hosts against mosquitoes has been widely recognized. The current study characterized behavioral responses of Aedes albopictus (Skuse) (Diptera: Culicidae) to different concentrations, ranging from 6 to 96%, of several common floral odorous compounds, including linalool, geraniol, citronellal, eugenol, anisaldehyde, and citral, using a wind tunnel olfactometer system. The results indicated that female mosquitoes reacted differently to different concentrations of the tested compounds, and the reactions also were different when those chemicals were tested alone or in the presence of human host odor. When tested alone, anisaldehyde was attractive at all tested concentrations, eugenol was attractive only at concentrations of 48-96%, while citronellal, linalool, citral, and geraniol were attractive at lower concentrations and repellent at higher concentrations. When tested in the presence of a human host, all compounds except for anisaldehyde at all tested concentrations showed host-seeking inhibition to certain degrees. Based on the results, it was concluded that anisaldehyde was effective in attracting Ae.
3.[Phylogenetic diversity characteristics of soil bacteria producing nematode-attracting volatiles and identification of their active compounds].
Hao Y;Mou G;He A;Xi J;Yang F;Mo M Wei Sheng Wu Xue Bao. 2011 Nov 4;51(11):1454-60.
OBJECTIVE: ;This study characterized the phylogenetic diversity of soil bacteria producing nematode-attracting volatiles and their nematode-attracting compounds. Results would enhance our understanding on the interaction between nematodes and soil microorganisms and potentially enhance the biocontrol efficiency when combined the attractants with nemacides.;METHODS: ;Bacteria producing volatiles with functions of nematode-attracting activities were isolated from 187 agricultural soil samples collected in 26 provinces of China with the method of double-Petri dishes. The phylogenetic diversity of these bacteria was characterized by RFLP-16S rRNA gene sequence analysis. The nematode-attracting volatiles of bacteria were detected using the SPME-GC/MS, and volatile compounds with attractive activity were determined by confirming with individual commercial compounds.;RESULTS: ;Among the 3800 bacteria isolated from the 187 soil samples, 196 isolates(5.16% of the total) showed attractive activity (AN)more than 30% to Panagrellus redivivus. Of the 196 isolates, 66 (1.74%) showed AN > or = 70%, 62 isolates (1.63%) showed AN between 50% and 70%, and 68 isolates (1.79%) showed AN less than 50%. Phylogenetic analysis revealed that the 196 bacteria were clustered into 5 groups: Bacilli, Gammaproteobacteria, Alphaproteobacteria, Sphingobacteria and Actinobacteria.
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