Pear scab caused by Venturia nashicola is one of the most important diseases in pears in China. Better understanding of the relationships between soluble sugar and phenol contents in the leaves and pear scab will assist in developing resistant cultivars for management of this disease. However, such relationships were poorly understood. In this study, we determined soluble sugar and total phenol contents in the leaves of 29 pear cultivars with varying levels of scab resistance in May, June, August and September of 2012 and related their levels to pear scab resistance.
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Citation: Hua Y, Guo H, Zhou XG, Li X, Yang S, et al. (2014) Correlations between Soluble Sugar and Phenol Contents in Leaves and Pear Scab Resistance. J Plant Pathol Microbiol 5: 213.
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