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Root exudates comprise primary and secondary plant metabolites that are exuded by roots. They oligomerize with microbial metabolites to form mucilage. Contact with soil particles then induces the formation of a slimy polymer called mucigel that covers roots. Different methods exist to recover root exudates from either soil-grown plants or hydroponic cultures. This low-molecular-weight fraction of analytes can be subjected to GC and LC analyses. The results provide a basis for asking specificdoi:10.53846/goediss-6115 fatcat:bzx6axgb4bhbhluazrn3icc62i