Investigations into the Biochemical Basis for Nematode Resistance in Roots of Three Musa Cultivars in Response to Radopholus similis Infection

Abstract

The Musa cultivars, Dwarf Cavendish, Yangambi Km5 and Kunnan, exhibit considerable differences in resistance to Radopholus similis. Infection resulted in significant increases in condensed tannins and flavan-3,4-diols in roots (P

Citation

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2000) 48 (11) 5297-5301 [DOI: 10.1021/jf000492z]

Investigations into the Biochemical Basis for Nematode Resistance in Roots of Three Musa Cultivars in Response to Radopholus similis Infection

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