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Accumulation of phenolic substances and phytoalexins in varieties of tomato cultivated on infested soils in Lebanon

, : Accumulation of phenolic substances and phytoalexins in varieties of tomato cultivated on infested soils in Lebanon. Phytopathologische Zeitschrift 81(1): 23-27

Changes in the synthesis of phenolic compounds were noted in tomato vars. grown in soil infested with Verticillium sp., Fusarium sp., F. oxysporum and Pyrenochaeta lycopersici. Intensity of the reaction and nature of the phenols were correlated with the host plant genome.


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