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Host-Pathogen Interactions : XIX. THE ENDOGENOUS ELICITOR, A FRAGMENT OF A PLANT CELL WALL POLYSACCHARIDE THAT ELICITS PHYTOALEXIN ACCUMULATION IN SOYBEANS



Host-Pathogen Interactions : XIX. THE ENDOGENOUS ELICITOR, A FRAGMENT OF A PLANT CELL WALL POLYSACCHARIDE THAT ELICITS PHYTOALEXIN ACCUMULATION IN SOYBEANS



Plant Physiology 68(5): 1161-1169



An endogenous elicitor of phytoalexin accumulation was solubilized from purified cell walls of soyabean Wayne by extracting the cells with hot water or by subjecting the walls to partial acid hydrolysis. The elicitor was bound to an anion exchange resin and when released from it, it contained oligosaccharides rich in galacturonic acid with small amounts of rhamnose and xylose also present.

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DOI: 10.1104/pp.68.5.1161



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