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Effect of Alternaria lycopersici culture metabolite on lipid metabolism in micropropagated tomato shoots


Egyptian Journal of Botany 1999; 37(2): 199-211
Effect of Alternaria lycopersici culture metabolite on lipid metabolism in micropropagated tomato shoots
A. lycopersici metabolites (autoclaved or filter-sterilized) markedly affected the contents of neutral lipids, phospholipids, glycolipids, sugars and chlorophyll in micropropagated tomato shoots. Diglyceride, free fatty acid and sterol ester contents increased in shoots grown on Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium with added Alternaria metabolite in comparison with the control.

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