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Chemical investigations on resistance to coffee berry disease in Coffea arabica. An antifungal compound in coffee cuticular wax

Chemical investigations on resistance to coffee berry disease in Coffea arabica. An antifungal compound in coffee cuticular wax

Annals of Applied Biology 73(1): 31-37

Chloroform extracts from the cuticular wax of green berries in several varieties proved toxic to Colletotrichum coffeanum (Glomerella cingulata), and there was a general correlation between the degree of this antifungal activity in the different varieties and their field resistance to coffee-berry disease.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-7348.1973.tb01306.x

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