Jasmonates are derived from linolenic acid
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JasmonatesJasmonates Jasmonates Jasmonates are a small group of related molecules derived from linolenic acid . The first to be identified was isolated from the oil of Jasminum officinale, the Poet's or Common Jasmine. This vine — the national flower of Pakistan — is grown as an ornamental alon
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