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Type_substrate Report for: Butenolide

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Butenolides are a class of lactones with a four-carbon heterocyclic ring structure. They are sometimes considered oxidized derivatives of furan. The simplest butenolide is 2-furanone. Butenolide derivatives known as karrikins are produced by some plants on exposure to high temperatures due to brush fires. trigger seed germination in plants whose reproduction is fire-dependent. Among Butenolide derivatives, Strigolactones (SL) are a group of carotenoid-derived plant hormones or phytohormones produced by a plant's roots. SLs play a role in the regulation of several aspects of plant growth and development and responses to biotic and abiotic stress. When released by roots, SLs also enhance the growth and metabolism of beneficial symbiotic fungi favoring the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis

Substrate nameFormulaStructure
10-Methyldodec-2-en-4-olideC13H22O2
3-Oxoadipate-enol-lactoneC6H6O4
5-Methylfuran-2(3H)-oneC5H6O2
7-carba-4BDC12H11BrO2
CarlactoneC19H26O3
Carlactonoic-acidC19H24O5
DidehydroorobancholC19H20O6
GR24C17H14O5
HeliolactoneC20H24O6
Karrikin-1C8H6O3
Karrikin-2C7H4O3
Karrikin-3C9H8O3
Karrikin-4C9H8O3
LotuslactoneC24H28O7
Methyl-phenlactonoate-butenolide-16C16H17NO4
Methyl-phenlactonoate-butenolide-3C15H14O5
Nijmegen-1C17H13NO7
Orobanchyl-acetateC21H24O7
ZealactoneC20H24O7

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