Characterization and purification of a phytotoxin
produced by Fusarium solani, the causal agent of soybean sudden death syndrome.
Shabala, "Plant cell growth and ion flux responses to the streptomycete phytotoxin
thaxtomin A: Calcium and hydrogen flux patterns revealed by the non-invasive MIFE technique," Plant and Cell Physiology, vol.
Ailanthus possesses a number of invasion promoting traits including production of at least one phytotoxin
Our earlier investigations over three consecutive years (2002-2005) proved that these outbreaks were due to a fatal multi-system disease (hepatomyoencephalopathy syndrome) probably caused by some phytotoxin
and not due to viral encephalitis as believed so far.
Evans G, Cartwright JB, White NH (1967) Production of a phytotoxin
, necrolide, by some root surface isolates of Cylindrocarpon radicicola Wr.
Ground-level ozone is also a strong phytotoxin
, causing significant platn damage.
In addition, losing of the biological activity of phytotoxin
could have any serious environmental hazard.
Sulphide as a soil phytotoxin
: differential responses in two marsh species.
Whereas 114.3% and 62.55% seed germination indices for the composted substrates D and B, respectively, indicated conversion of the wastes into value added phytotoxin
free fertilizer, which can escalate the agricultural output.
The pathology does not support an infectious cause, but a toxic injury, possibly due to a phytotoxin
, may be involved.
Catechin is a phytotoxin
and pro-oxidant secreted from the roots of Centaurea stoebe.