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Physiological response of potato tubers to damage and to infection by Phoma exigua f. sp. foveata

Physiological response of potato tubers to damage and to infection by Phoma exigua f. sp. foveata

Annals of Applied Biology 89(2): 307-309

ISSN/ISBN: 0003-4746

Of the nine varieties studied, Roslin Castle and Arran Consul, which are resistant to Phoma exigua, were found to accumulate the largest amounts of chlorogenic acid after tuber wounding and showed greatest intensity of fluorescence in sections taken from healed tubers when viewed under a fluorescence microscope.

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