publication . Report . 2007

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

Jansen, R.M.C.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2007
  • Publisher: Farm Technology Group
  • Country: Netherlands
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 methods are time consuming and not suitable for large sample sizes. In contrast we propose a fast and non-destructive detection method for plant diagnosis using volatiles as an early indicator of plant diseases. This report presents the variation in volatile production during mild and severe infection of tomato plants by the phytopathogenic fungus B. cinerea. Volatile emission from tomato plants before...
Medical Subject Headings: food and beveragesfungi
free text keywords: plantenziekteverwekkende schimmels, tomaten, solanum lycopersicum, botrytis cinerea, detectie, vluchtige verbindingen, emissie, massaspectrometrie, gewasbescherming, glastuinbouw, Plant- en gewasbescherming (algemeen), plant pathogenic fungi, tomatoes, detection, volatile compounds, emission, mass spectrometry, plant protection, greenhouse horticulture, Plant and Crop Protection (General)
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