Plant biochemistry, often known as plant chemistry, is the study of chemical reactions in and around living organisms. Biochemical processes manage the flow of information through biochemical signalling and the flow of chemical energy through metabolism, resulting in the complexity of life. Plant biochemistry is not only an essential branch of basic research that explains a plant's molecular function, but it is also an applied science that can help solve agricultural and medicinal difficulties.
Plant Biochemistry's main focus now is on understanding how biological molecules give rise to the processes that occur within living cells, which has a lot to do with the study and understanding of complete organisms.
A plant biosystem is a dynamic network of genes and many intermediary molecular phenotypes, such as proteins and metabolites, that are spread in a four-dimensional space with three spatial dimensions of structure (e.g., cell and tissue) and one temporal dimension (e.g., circadian time, cell cycle, developmental stage, and life cycle)
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