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Host-Pathogen Interactions : XXI. Extraction of a Heat-Labile Elicitor of Phytoalexin Accumulation from Frozen Soybean Stems



Host-Pathogen Interactions : XXI. Extraction of a Heat-Labile Elicitor of Phytoalexin Accumulation from Frozen Soybean Stems



Plant Physiology 70(2): 406-409



An active heat-labile elicitor of phytoalexins was extracted from frozen and then thawed stems of soyabean Wayne. The compound was active in wounded soyabean cotyledons when applied immediately after cutting.

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DOI: 10.1104/pp.70.2.406



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