Lipid, phenol and carotenoid changes in ‘Bianca’ grapevine leaves after mechanical wounding: a case study

@article{Chitarrini2017LipidPA,
  title={Lipid, phenol and carotenoid changes in ‘Bianca’ grapevine leaves after mechanical wounding: a case study},
  author={Giulia Chitarrini and L. Zulini and D. Masuero and U. Vrhovsek},
  journal={Protoplasma},
  year={2017},
  volume={254},
  pages={2095-2106}
}
Metabolic changes can occur in plants in response to abiotic stress. Extensive use of leaf discs (mechanical wounding) in studies regarding the effect on the biochemical response of the grapevine to different types of biotic stress makes it necessary to understand metabolic perturbation after injury. In this study, we investigate how mechanical wounding can affect the metabolism of grapevine leaf tissue using Bianca variety as case study. Two sizes of leaf discs (1.1 and 2.8 cm in diameter… Expand
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