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Host-Pathogen Interactions : XVII. HYDROLYSIS OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE FUNGAL GLUCANS BY ENZYMES ISOLATED FROM SOYBEAN CELLS



Host-Pathogen Interactions : XVII. HYDROLYSIS OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE FUNGAL GLUCANS BY ENZYMES ISOLATED FROM SOYBEAN CELLS



Plant Physiology 68(1): 221-228



The ability of beta -glucosylase I, a soybean cell wall beta -glucosyl hydrolase, to degrade elicitors of phytoalexin accumulation using a glucan elicitor isolated from the mycelial walls of Phytophthora megasperma var. sojae is described and the possible advantages for the existence of this and similar enzymes in the walls of soybean cells are discussed.

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DOI: 10.1104/pp.68.1.221



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