Research Topic: Illuminating Carotenoid Synthesis and Plastid Transition in Plants

Research Topic: Illuminating Carotenoid Synthesis and Plastid Transition in Plants

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Carotenoids are the most important isoprenoids responsible for yellow, orange and red colors found in nature. In plants, they are synthesized in plastids of photosynthetic and sink organs and are essential molecules in hormone synthesis, photosynthesis and in photoprotection.

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