Response of the phenylpropanoid pathway to Venturia inaequalis infection in maturing fruit of ‘ Braeburn ’ apple

@inproceedings{SLATNAR2010ResponseOT,
  title={Response of the phenylpropanoid pathway to Venturia inaequalis infection in maturing fruit of ‘ Braeburn ’ apple},
  author={By ANA SLATNAR and Maja Mikuli{\vc} Petkov{\vs}ek and H Halbwirth and Franci {\vS}tampar and Karl Stich and Robert Veberi{\vc}},
  year={2010}
}
This study investigated the activities of key enzymes in the phenylpropanoid pathway and the accumulation of phenolic products in apple peel in response to infection with Venturia inaequalis [(Cooke) G.Wint.].We compared healthy apple peel with apple peel showing symptomatic scab lesions, and with peel tissue from 1 – 2 mm around the scab lesions in fruit 1 month before maturity [140 d after full bloom (DAFB)] and at physiological maturity (175 DAFB). Infection with V. inaequalis enhanced the… CONTINUE READING