Laser technologies were applied to the study of plant–pathogen interactions in an EC project to monitor the evolution of plant natural compounds, such as the plant hormone ethylene and the plant natural antibiotic resveratrol (3,5,4k-trihydroxystilbene). The recently completed ‘Fruta fresca: improvement of natural resistance in fruit ’ project was funded in 1999 by a grant from the European Commission to laboratories in Spain, Italy, The Netherlands, Israel, and Switzerland (FAIR CT98-4211).

When physics meets biology: high-resolution laser-based techniques to study plant-microbe interactions

De Martinis, Domenico
2003-08-26

Abstract

Laser technologies were applied to the study of plant–pathogen interactions in an EC project to monitor the evolution of plant natural compounds, such as the plant hormone ethylene and the plant natural antibiotic resveratrol (3,5,4k-trihydroxystilbene). The recently completed ‘Fruta fresca: improvement of natural resistance in fruit ’ project was funded in 1999 by a grant from the European Commission to laboratories in Spain, Italy, The Netherlands, Israel, and Switzerland (FAIR CT98-4211).
Resveratrol;Fruit;Safety;Quality;Ethylene;Food
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