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Genetic and physiological response to fumonisin and AAL-toxin by intact tissue of a higher plant



Genetic and physiological response to fumonisin and AAL-toxin by intact tissue of a higher plant



Mycopathologia 117(1-2): 57-64



The differential phytotoxicity of purified AAL-toxin to lines of tomato isogenic for the Asc gene parallels resistance to Alternaria alternata f.sp. lycopersici. This relationship is consistent with the role of AAL-toxin as a host-specific toxin with the role of a primary chemical determinant of Alternaria stem canker. Results indicate that the pathogen and the AAL-toxin can be recovered from ripe fruit with symptoms of black mould.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00497279



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