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Secondary bioactive metabolites are organic substances made by bacteria, fungi, or plants that do not directly appear to be involved in an organism's regular growth, development, or reproduction. Some specific secondary metabolites are often restricted to a narrow set of species within a phylogenetic group. According to numerous observations,secondary metabolites frequently play a significant role in plants' defense against herbivores and other intermittent motions

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We establish guidelines for choosing the conformational option that a molecular compound will adopt in its structure. In the field of biotechnology/biochemical engineering, it is important to predict molecular compounds and design molecular compounds to exhibit desired structures and properties. We explore and quantify the bias of molecular compounds to adopt extended conformations in the solid state.

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This page is a summary of: Recent Developments and Future Prospects of Natural Antimicrobial Bioactive Metabolites Obtained from Endophytic Bacterial Isolate, Current Bioactive Compounds, March 2024, Bentham Science Publishers,
DOI: 10.2174/1573407219666230609124929.
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