Piluzza, Giovanna Antonia Maria and Bullitta, Simonetta Maria (2010) The Dynamics of phenolic concentration in some pasture species and implications for animal husbandry. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, Vol. 90 (9), p. 1452-1459. ISSN 0022-5142. Article.
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BACKGROUND: Although secondary metabolites have often been studied considering their primary role as plant-defensive and their effect on consumers detrimental, their effects are usually dose-dependent, so it is important to consider their content at all phenological phases and in different plant organs. In this study the content of total phenolics (TotP), non-tannic phenolics (NTP) and proanthocyanidins (PA) was determined in natural populations of pasture species at defined phenological phases and in different plant organs and also in pathogen-infected plants.
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