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BMC Plant Biology
Agarwood, a heartwood derived from Aquilaria trees, is a valuable commodity that has seen prevalent use among many cultures. In particular, it is widely used in herbal medicine and many compounds in agarwood are known to exhibit medicinal properties. Although there exists much research into medicinal herbs and extraction of high value compounds, few have focused on increasing the quantity of target compounds through stimulation of its related pathways in this species. Results: In this study, wedoi:10.1186/s12870-015-0537-y pmid:26067652 pmcid:PMC4464252 fatcat:n7htxwcz7zclzcaknxp3dqisye