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Phenolic inhibitors occur in plants as

A
glycosides
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turpenols
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C
indoles
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D
phospholipids
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Solution

The correct option is A glycosides
Phenols / Phenolic Glycosides. These chemical structures are classified by the presence of a benzene ring combined with an alcohol. ... A familiar example of this compound is Salicylic acid, which is found free or as methyl salicilyte in many plants such as Meadowsweet and Willow.

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