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Histolocalisation of phenolic compounds in plant-parasite interactions in sunflower and grapevine



Histolocalisation of phenolic compounds in plant-parasite interactions in sunflower and grapevine



Acta Botanica Gallica 144(3): 353-362



Phenolic compounds were studied histochemically before, during and after infection in Helianthus resinosus (a wild sunflower chosen for high resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) with S. sclerotiorum, and 3 Vitis spp. with Plasmopara viticola. Microscopical observations after marking cross-sections with different coloured and fluorescent probes showed the presence of phenolic compounds (hydroxycinnamic and gallic derivatives) before infection in resistant species.

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