tentoxin


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tentoxin

[′ten‚täk·sən]
(plant pathology)
A species-selective pathotoxin produced by the fungus Alternaria alternata that causes variegated chlorosis in cucumber, cotton, lettuce, and many other sensitive plants.
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Juan, "Development and validation of a LC-ESI-MS/MS method for the determination of alternaria toxins alternariol, alternariol methyl-ether and tentoxin in tomato and tomato based products," Toxins, vol.
The major Alternaria toxins belong to the chemical groups dibenzo-[alpha]-pyrones, which include alternariol (AOH) and alternariol monomethyl ether (AME) and cyclic tetrapeptides represented by tentoxin (TEN).
Rychlik, "Development of a stable isotope dilution LC-MS/MS method for the alternaria toxins tentoxin, dihydrotentoxin, and isotentoxin," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.
In tobacco, susceptibility to tentoxin produced by the pathogenic [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 4 OMITTED] fungus Alternaria alternata (tenuis) segregates with the chloroplast (Aviv et al.
Recently, paternal inheritance of tentoxin (pathogen) resistant chloroplasts was demonstrated in a Nicotiana tabacum line containing N.