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Non-linearity of plant resistance to pathogens induced by N-methylated compounds


Acta Phytopathologica et Entomologica Hungarica 41(1-2): 101-107
Non-linearity of plant resistance to pathogens induced by N-methylated compounds
The N-methylated resistance inducers act within two concentration ranges characterized by suppression of infection rates. Between these active ranges there is always an inactive range (5-7 decimal dilutions) characterized in general by a high rate of infection. This unique phenomenon is called the double immune response, which means a non-linear effect.


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