Chemotaxonomy

Chemotaxonomy (from chemistry and taxonomy), also called chemosystematics, is the attempt to classify and identify organisms (originally plants), according to demonstrable differences and similarities in their biochemical compositions. The compounds studied in most of the cases are mostly proteins, amino acids and peptides. Examples of chemotaxono
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chemotaxonomy

chemotaxonomy, chemotaxonomic 1. In botany, the process and methods of classifying plants based on a chemical analysis of their products.2. Classification of organisms based on differences at the biochemical level, especially in the amino acid sequences of common proteins. Also called chemosystematics.
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Chemotaxonomy

Chemotaxonomy is the classification of plants and micro organisms based on similarities and differences in their natural products and the biochemical pathways involved in their manufacture.
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