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Fig. 3 shows the possible pathway by which these transformations may occur and illustrates the interrelationships of the sterols (Goodwin, 1980). Side-chain modification proceeds through the 24-methylene to the 24-methyl sterols or by a second methylation produc ing the 24-ethylidene group and then the 24-ethyl sterols. Nuclear trans formations include the opening of the cyclopropane ring, demethylations at 8 7 5 C-4 and C-14 and the Δ —»Δ —»Δ steps. It can be seen that the range of sterols found in cereal grains represents not only a variety of end-products but also a set of intermediates common to the sterol biosynthetic pathway in plants.