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Correlation and inheritance between resistance to white leaf spot and physiochemical characteristics of Chinese cabbage



Correlation and inheritance between resistance to white leaf spot and physiochemical characteristics of Chinese cabbage



Advances in horticulture: 266-270



The seedlings of parental, F1, F2 and backcross generations from crosses between 2 white leaf spot resistant and 2 sensitive Chinese cabbage lines were inoculated with a strain of white leaf spot at the cotyledon stage. The activity of catalases was significantly correlated to resistance, as was content of soluble carbohydrates. Glutamine, arginine and alanine were significantly negatively related to resistance.

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