phytotoxin


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any substance produced by plants that is similar in its properties to extracellular bacterial toxin

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Characterization and purification of a phytotoxin produced by Fusarium solani, the causal agent of soybean sudden death syndrome.
Johns (1989) concluded that the Andean clays might thus be employed to bind the bitter phytotoxin, solanine, in potatoes into an insoluble precipitate, rendering the tubers palatable.
In addition, losing of the biological activity of phytotoxin could have any serious environmental hazard.
Drought also increased phytotoxin concentration and accumulated in insects feed on that stressed plants and therefore, can accumulate in the body of their natural enemies and could influence fitness of natural enemies in terms of growth and development (Soler et al.
Plasticity in Phytotoxin Production by Ailanthus altissima Across a U.
Our earlier investigations over three consecutive years (2002-2005) proved that these outbreaks were due to a fatal multi-system disease (hepatomyoencephalopathy syndrome) probably caused by some phytotoxin and not due to viral encephalitis as believed so far.
Biosynthesis of Phytotoxin neovasinin and its related metabolites, neovasipyrones A and B and neovasifuranones A and B, in the phytopathogenic fungus Neocosmospora vasinfecta.
Evans G, Cartwright JB, White NH (1967) Production of a phytotoxin, necrolide, by some root surface isolates of Cylindrocarpon radicicola Wr.
Ground-level ozone is also a strong phytotoxin, causing significant platn damage.
Catechin is a phytotoxin and pro-oxidant secreted from the roots of Centaurea stoebe.
The pathology does not support an infectious cause, but a toxic injury, possibly due to a phytotoxin, may be involved.
siccans (Drechsler) Shoemaker is reported to yield a phytotoxin named as 6 8-dihydroxy-3- (2'-hydroxypropyl) isocoumarin (de-o-methyldiaporthin) and found very effective against common oat (Avena sativa L.
So it was suggested in the present study that chlorosis producing symptoms were due to damaged chloroplast by action of any phytotoxin that induced chlorosis symptoms.
In vitro screening of rice germplasm for resistance to brown spot disease using phytotoxin.
Herbicide resistance in transgenic plants through degradation of the phytotoxin to urea.