88] studied the effect of Helminthosporium phytotoxins
on cereal leaf protoplasts.
In vitro algal growth inhibition by phytotoxins
of Typha latifolia L.
Phragmites die-back: bud and root death blockages within the aeration and vascular systems and the possible role of phytotoxins
The adverse effects of waterlogging on plants are often due to decreased availability of 02 and accumulation of phytotoxins
(Armstrong and Armstrong 2001).
A number of exogenous/environmental insults have been postulated to have a role in the pathogenesis of biliary atresia, including drugs used during gestation (amphetamines and alcohol), phytotoxins
, mycotoxins, toxic agricultural products, and industrial toxins.
Investigating the mode of action of natural phytotoxins
The highly toxic nature of the putative phytotoxins
present in C.
Due to this achievement, it seems within the reach of man's efforts to generate miracle drugs and fight against viral diseases, which has tremendously effects in the developing countries; in production of self- fertilizing crops that release phytotoxins
to fight against pests and to develop refining processes to utilize the industrial waste or sewage sludge and to give comfort of the anxieties to humans about the coming days.
Harborne (1977) proved that higher plants (trees) release some phytotoxins
into soil, which adversely affect the germination and yield of crops.
Alternatively, plants roots are very sensitive to phytotoxins
released by decomposing stubble and may become short, thick, and necrotic (Patrick 1971).
In a few instances, resistant plants can overcome the negative effect of fungal phytotoxins
by producing selective detoxifying enzymes.
Relationships between the stereochemistry and biological activity of fungal phytotoxins