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African Journal of Biotechnology
Black pod disease is an important fungal infection in cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) which causes high production losses. In Cameroon, these losses reached 80% of cocoa production depending on ecological zones. In order to contribute to the efficiency of selection methods used in resistance or tolerance to black pod disease with the aim of improving on cocoa farming, the content of phenolic compounds was analyzed on the genotypes of two hybrid families (F79:♀T 79/467 x♂SNK 13 and F13:♀SNK 13 x♂Tdoi:10.5897/ajb2014.13747 fatcat:ed5fgsyadncpbcbkgomxzkx4wu