phytotoxin


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phytotoxin

[¦fīd·ə′täk·sən]
(biochemistry)
A substance toxic to plants.
A toxin produced by plants.
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This revealed the fact that compost prepared from these substrates may result into reduction/inactivation of phytotoxin.
Sensitivity to a phytotoxin from Rhizoctonia solani correlates with sheath blight susceptibility in rice.
Other subjects are weed control in maize with atrazine and its soil residual activity on the growth and yield of amaranth in southwestern Nigeria, evaluation of glyphosate-based paraquat mixtures for weed control in oil palm, weed management with fungal phytotoxin, and weed control in cabbage cultivation using oryzalin herbicide and hoeing technology.
Dysfunction of the water-conducing system (Hopkins, 1989), caused by vascular occlusions (bacterial aggregates, host gum, and tyloses), phytotoxin (Mircetich et al.
Detection and quantification of the fungal phytotoxin tenuazonic acid produced by Pyricularia oryzae.
The study highlights the persistence of the photo-degraded phytotoxin, particularly potent in the exotic species of the plant, and its enhanced effects against the native species of Phragmites, which is becoming increasingly endangered in the United States.
lt;<As far as Paul Ehrlich is concerned, we need to select his most important contributions, his investigations on ricin (the <<toxalbumin>> or Lectin of the castor bean), and on abrin (a powerful phytotoxin of the precatory bean) going back to 1891 and following directly those of Behring's.
Wang H, Li J, Bostock RM, Gilchrist DG (1996) Apoptosis: a functional paradigm for programmed plant cell death induced by a host-selective phytotoxin and invoked during development.
6-8) Plant poisonings produce a variety of clinical signs based on the toxic chemicals in the phytotoxin.
GABA has also been discussed as a phytotoxin with the possibility of reducing insect predation.
Soybean sudden death syndrome: Isolation and identification of a new phytotoxin from cultures of the causal agent, Fusarium solani.
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