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Vincent A. Fritz, Veronica L. Justen, Ann M. Bode, Todd Schuster and Min Wang

accumulation of several classes of secondary compounds (as reviewed by Memelink et al., 2001 ). Glucosinolates (GSLs) are a class of secondary metabolites present in members of the Brassicaceae family. GSLs are constitutively produced thioglycosidic

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Pablo Velasco, Pilar Soengas, Marta Vilar, Maria Elena Cartea and Mercedes del Rio

Glucosinolates are secondary plant metabolites that occur naturally in Brassicaceae, a plant family that has given rise to important crops such as oilseeds ( Brassica napus ) and cabbages ( Brassica oleracea ). Based on the amino acid origin of

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Heather D. Toler, Craig S. Charron, Carl E. Sams and William R. Randle

. Brassicaceous plants are also known for their production of the S-containing secondary plant metabolites, glucosinolates. Glucosinolate concentrations in plants can significantly alter an animal's health. High-glucosinolate diets initiate such undesirable

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Veronica L. Justen, Jerry D. Cohen, Gary Gardner and Vincent A. Fritz

Glucosinolates are thioglucosides found in brassica vegetables that when hydrolyzed at the S-glucose bond create a suite of products involved in plant defense, flavor, and human health. Glucosinolates react with myrosinase [thioglucoside

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V.I. Shattuck, Y. Kakuda, B.J. Shelp and N. Kakuda

Abbreviations: GS, glucosinolate; HPLC, high-performance liquid chromatography. 1 Dept. of Horticultural Science. 2 Dept. of Food Science. We gratefully acknowledge E.W. Underhill for performing the LC plasma spray mass spectrometry analysis and

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Mark G. Lefsrud, Dean A. Kopsell and Carl E. Sams

650 nm, respectively ( Koski et al., 1951 ). Environmental factors such as temperature and irradiance levels can have strong influences on the accumulation of plant pigments and glucosinolates ( Antonious et al., 1996 ; Charron and Sams, 2004

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Xinjuan Chen, Zhujun Zhu, Joska Gerendás and Nadine Zimmermann

products of some glucosinolates (GSs) ( Mithen et al., 2000 ). Some research about glucosinolates has been done in Brassica crops ( Carlson et al., 1987 ; Krumbein et al., 2005 ; Mullin and Sahasrabudhe, 1977 ; Rangkadilok et al., 2002 ; Rosa et al

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Dilip R. Panthee, Dean A. Kopsell and Carl E. Sams

Glucosinolates (GS) are important sulfur-containing secondary metabolites present in a number of plant species, including Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh ( Halkier and Du, 1997 ). More than 100 types of GS have been reported in plant species with

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Veronica L. Justen and Vincent A. Fritz

Glucosinolates are thioglucosides found in Brassica vegetables that when hydrolyzed at the S-glucose bond create a suite of products involved in plant defense, flavor, and human health. Consumption of vegetables containing glucosinolates has been

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Carl E. Sams, Dilip R. Panthee, Craig S. Charron, Dean A. Kopsell and Joshua S. Yuan

Glucosinolates and carotenoids are two classes of secondary metabolites in the Brassicaceae that are important in plant metabolism and for the dietary health benefits that they convey. Glucosinolates are sulfur-containing compounds present in a