The Distribution of Coumarins and Furanocoumarins in Citrus Species Closely Matches Citrus Phylogeny and Reflects the Organization of Biosynthetic Pathways

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TitleThe Distribution of Coumarins and Furanocoumarins in Citrus Species Closely Matches Citrus Phylogeny and Reflects the Organization of Biosynthetic PathwaysAuthor(s)Dugrand-Judek Audray, Olry Alexandre, Hehn Alain, Costantino Gilles, Ollitrault Patrick, Froelicher Yann,, & Bourgaud FrédéricJournalPLoS ONEVolume10Issue number11Year of publication2015DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0142757PublisherPLOS ONECite this document asDugrand-Judek Audray, Olry Alexandre, Hehn Alain, Costantino Gilles, Ollitrault Patrick, Froelicher Yann,, & Bourgaud Frédéric (2015). The Distribution of Coumarins and Furanocoumarins in Citrus Species Closely Matches Citrus Phylogeny and Reflects the Organization of Biosynthetic Pathways. PLoS ONE, 10(11). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0142757
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