The study of phytochemicals, or substances originating from plants, is known as phytochemistry. The vast majority of secondary metabolites discovered in plants have complex structures, and phytochemists work to explain these chemicals' roles in human and plant biology as well as their manufacture. Plants produce phytochemicals for a variety of purposes, including defense against pests and disease. Although there are many different types of molecules found in plants, the majority of them fall into one of four primary biosynthetic classes: alkaloids, phenylpropanoids, polyketides, and terpenoids.


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