Variation in Alkaloid Production from Genetically Diverse Lolium Accessions Infected with Epichloë Species.

@article{Moore2015VariationIA,
  title={Variation in Alkaloid Production from Genetically Diverse Lolium Accessions Infected with Epichlo{\"e} Species.},
  author={Joseph R Moore and J. E. Pratley and Wade Mace and Leslie A. Weston},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2015},
  volume={63 48},
  pages={
          10355-65
        }
}
Widespread infection of Epichloë occultans in annual ryegrass in Australia suggests that infection provides its weedy host, Lolium rigidum, some ecological advantage. Initial studies determined the distribution and profiles of known Epichloë alkaloids (epoxy-janthitrems, ergovaline, lolines, lolitrem B, and peramine) in plant extracts using a combination of GC-FID and HPLC techniques utilizing a single accession of Australian L. rigidum. However, the lolines N-acetylnorloline (NANL) and N… CONTINUE READING
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