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Figure 4: Change of the phenylalanine contents. Varying high temperature rises the phenylalanine contents, increased sharply, then declined, but still with as much as 1–3 times higher than the 0 day and the 20°C, which stimulated the synthesis of lignanoids

Figure 4: Change of the phenylalanine contents. Varying high temperature rises the phenylalanine contents, increased sharply, then declined, but still with as much as 1–3 times higher than the 0 day and the 20°C, which stimulated the synthesis of lignanoids