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Differential phenolic accumulation in two Hypericum species in response to inoculation with Diploceras hypericinum and Pseudomonasputida
Plant Protection Science
The genus Hypericum L. (St. John’s-wort, Hypericaceae) has received scientific interest in recent years, because it is a source of a variety of bioactive compounds including the phenolics. We determine whether the typical phenolic constituents of Hypericum plants, namely chlorogenic acid, rutin, hyperoside, isoquercetine, quercitrine, and quercetine, may be implicated as part of an inducible plant defence response in two St. John’s-wortspecies, Hypericum perforatum L. and Hypericumdoi:10.17221/67/2012-pps fatcat:ciiexlahpnenpidoldojevuyu4