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Acquired resistance in hypersensitive tobacco against tobacco mosaic virus induced by salicylic acid



Acquired resistance in hypersensitive tobacco against tobacco mosaic virus induced by salicylic acid



Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 53(2a): 487-490



Injection of hypersensitive tobacco plants with salicylic acid (SA) inhibited local lesion development by TMV; greatest reductions occurred with an interval of 1 h between injection and TMV inoculation, and with an SA concn of 0.75 mM. Isolated tobacco cell walls incubated with SA yielded carbohydrate fractions capable of reducing lesion size after injection, whereas cell wall incubated without SA did not yield active fractions.

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