Variation among volatile profiles induced by Botrytis cinerea infection of tomato plants

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Jansen, R.M.C.;
(2007)
  • Publisher: Farm Technology Group
  • Subject: botrytis cinerea | greenhouse horticulture | detection | plant pathogenic fungi | tomaten | detectie | solanum lycopersicum | massaspectrometrie | gewasbescherming | plantenziekteverwekkende schimmels | emissie | plant protection | tomatoes | emission | vluchtige verbindingen | volatile compounds | mass spectrometry | Plant- en gewasbescherming (algemeen) | Plant and Crop Protection (General) | glastuinbouw
    mesheuropmc: food and beverages | fungi

Botrytis blight caused by the fungus Botrytis cinerea is probably the most common disease of greenhouse-grown crops like tomato. Botrytis blight in tomato plants is mainly detected by visual inspection or destructive biochemical and molecular determinations. These metho... View more
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