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and Paolo Rapisarda. Previous studies speculated on the existence of an inverse relationship between the available nitrogen and the accumulation of defense-related secondary metabolites in plants , as a consequence of C:N ratio unbalance. According to this hypothesis, the lower nitrogen contents of organically grown plants lead to a shift from the N-containing compounds to the production of carbonrich defense-related phenylpropanoids. It has been also suggested that this behavior isdoi:10.31080/asag.2020.04.0903 fatcat:b56dv53nv5bj3a5l6to3cnedzi