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Functions of Flavonoids in Plant-Nematode Interactions

Chin, Sabrina; Behm, Carolyn; Mathesius, Ulrike


Most land plants can become infected by plant parasitic nematodes in the field. Plant parasitic nematodes can be free-living or endoparasitic, and they usually infect plant roots. Most damaging are endoparasites, which form feeding sites inside plant roots that damage the root system and redirect nutrients towards the parasite. This process involves developmental changes to the root in parallel with the induction of defense responses. Plant flavonoids are secondary metabolites that have roles...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2018
Type: Journal article
Source: Plants
DOI: 10.3390/plants7040085
Access Rights: Open Access


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