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Cacopsylla picta as most important vector for 'Candidatus Phytoplasma mali' in Germany and neighbouring regions
A survey of the distribution of Cacopsylla picta and Cacopsylla melanoneura, the putative vectors of ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma mali’, and their natural infection with the agent has been conductedExpand
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Potentials for Non‐Food Utilization of Fructose and Inulin
Revue bibliographique sur les sources d'inuline, les matieres premieres du fructose, la transformation industrielle des plantes riches en inuline et sur les applications : produits a activiteExpand
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Characteristics of the spread of apple proliferation by its vector Cacopsylla picta.
The distribution and natural phytoplasma infection of Cacopsylla picta were investigated during a long-term field survey between 2002 and 2009 in commercial and abandoned apple proliferation-infectedExpand
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Inulin and inulin-containing crops.
Part 1 Agronomy and processing: crop characteristics and inulin production of Jerusalem artichoke and chicory, W.J.M. Meijer et al the effect of long-term storage on the fructo-oligosaccharideExpand
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GC/MS analysis of fungitoxic terpenoids from tobacco
Abstract Capsidiol, solavetivone, 3-hydroxysolavetivone, 3-hydroxylubimin, rishitin, epirishitin, glutinosone and oxyglutinosone were isolated from TMV-inoculat
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METABOLISM OF AROMATIC COMPOUNDS IN HEALTHY AND RUST-INFECTED PRIMARY LEAVES OF WHEAT: I. STUDIES WITH 14CO2, QUINATE-U-14C, AND SHIKIMATE-U-14C AS PRECURSORS
Healthy and stem rust infected leaves of two near-isogenic lines of wheat were allowed to metabolize 14CO2, quinate-U-14C, or shikimate-U-14C for 22 h in the light.Quinate-U-14C and shikimate-U-14CExpand
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METABOLISM OF AROMATIC COMPOUNDS IN HEALTHY AND RUST-INFECTED PRIMARY LEAVES OF WHEAT: II. STUDIES WITH L-PHENYLALANINE-U-14C, L-TYROSINE-U-14C, AND FERULATE-U-14C
Wheat leaves infected with stem rust, especially those of susceptible plants, contained more phenylalanine and tyrosine than healthy leaves. The utilization of phenylalanine was increased in both theExpand
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Current and potential food and non-food applications of fructans.
  • A. Fuchs
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Biochemical Society transactions
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Introduction Fructans are linear or branched fructose polymers, which are either P-2.1-linked inulins or /3-2,6linked levans. Fructans are mainly of plant origin, although some fungi and manyExpand
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Arabanases in Phytopathogenic Fungi
PECTOLYTIC and cellulolytic enzymes of phytopathogenic fungi are generally assumed to play an important part in the infection process in many plant diseases. There is an extensive literature coveringExpand
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Pretreatment with salicylic acid primes parsley cells for enhanced ion transport following elicitation
Pretreatment with salicylic acid (SA), an inducer of plant disease resistance, enhanced the capacity of parsley cells for the induction of a rapid K+/pH response and the subsequent coumarinExpand
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