Kaolin Foliar Application Has a Stimulatory Effect on Phenylpropanoid and Flavonoid Pathways in Grape Berries

@inproceedings{Conde2016KaolinFA,
  title={Kaolin Foliar Application Has a Stimulatory Effect on Phenylpropanoid and Flavonoid Pathways in Grape Berries},
  author={A. Valderde Conde and Diana Pimentel and Andr{\'e}ia Lopes das Neves and L. Simas Dinis and Sara Silva Bernardo and Carlos Manuel B. A. Correia and Hern{\^a}ni Ger{\'o}s and Jos{\'e} M. Moutinho-Pereira},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2016}
}
Drought, elevated air temperature, and high evaporative demand are increasingly frequent during summer in grape growing areas like the Mediterranean basin, limiting grapevine productivity and berry quality. The foliar exogenous application of kaolin, a radiation-reflecting inert mineral, has proven effective in mitigating the negative impacts of these abiotic stresses in grapevine and other fruit crops, however, little is known about its influence on the composition of the grape berry and on… CONTINUE READING
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