Jasmonic acids are a class of lipidic plant hormones, synthesized from linolenic acid present in the chloroplast membrane. They are involved in development, abiotic stress responses and plant-microbes interactions in defence and symbiosis. Derivates such as methyl-jasmonate are volatile and participate in long range signalling between plants.
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