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VI. Protein metabolism in the host. Common antigens and host-parasite interactions



VI. Protein metabolism in the host. Common antigens and host-parasite interactions



Proceedings of a conference on the dynamic role of molecular constituents in plant-parasite interaction, 15-21 May, 1966, Gamagori, Jap 313-328



The possible importance of common antigens in the susceptibility or resistance of plants to infection and disease is discussed. In proper perspective, an immune response may be an underlying basis for the success or failure of a parasitic relationship, but its role would be subject to modification by environmental conditions and other factors such as microbial toxins or phytoalexins involved in host-parasite interactions.

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