Effects of resveratrol, viniferins and pterostilbene on Plasmopara viticola zoospore mobility and disease development

@article{Pezet2015EffectsOR,
  title={Effects of resveratrol, viniferins and pterostilbene on Plasmopara viticola zoospore mobility and disease development},
  author={Roger Pezet and Katia Gindro and Olivier Viret and H. Richter},
  journal={Vitis: Journal of Grapevine Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={43},
  pages={145-145}
}
The effects of stilbenes (resveratrol, δ- and e-viniferins, and pterostilbene) on the mobility of zoospores of Plasmopara viticola and on subsequent disease development were studied in vitro . δ-viniferin and pterostilbene are the most toxic stilbenes concerning zoospore mobility (ED 50 : 14.6 and 28.3 μM) and disease development (ED 50 : 14.7 and 12.7 μM). The analysis of stilbenes in leaf cells of resistant (Solaris) and susceptible (Chasselas) grape cultivars artificially inoculated with P… Expand
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