fusicoccin


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fusicoccin

[‚fyüz·i′käk·sən]
(plant pathology)
A nonselective pathotoxin with growth-regulator properties that is produced by Fusicoccum amygdale and causes a wilt disease of peach and almond trees.
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Germination ecophysiology of Zygophyllum qatarense Hadidi from contrasting habitats: effect of temperature, salinity and growth regulators with special reference to fusicoccin.
Microelectrodes have been used effectively to study intracellular pH of root hairs (Bertl & Felle, 1985; Felle, 1987; Ullrich & Novacky, 1990), the effects of fusicoccin on membrane polarization and intracellular pH (Felle, 1982; Bertl & Felle, 1985; Ullrich & Novacky, 1990), and the effect of uptake of various ions on membrane potential and pH (Felle, 1987; Ullrich & Novacky, 1990).
Does fusicoccin stimulate the proton pump by cytoplasmic acidification?
Effects of fusicoccin upon membrane potential, resistance and current-voltage characteristics in root hairs of Sinapis alba.
The effect of fusicoccin and monovalent cations on the viability of wheat seeds.