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phytotoxin

 [fi´to-tok″sin]
an exotoxin produced by certain species of higher plants; any toxin of plant origin.

phy·to·tox·in

(fī'tō-tok'sin),
A toxic substance of plant origin.
Synonym(s): plant toxin
[phyto- + G. toxikon, poison]

phytotoxin

/phy·to·tox·in/ (-tok″sin) an exotoxin produced by certain species of higher plants; any toxin of plant origin.

phy·to·tox·in

(fī'tō-tok'sin)
Any toxin produced by a plant.
[phyto- + G. toxikon, poison]

phytotoxin

an exotoxin produced by certain species of higher plants; any toxin of plant origin.
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Armstrong J, Armstrong W (2001 ) An overview of the effects of phytotoxins on Phragmites australis in relation to die-back.
Mainly, the Deleterious Rhizobacteria (DRB) inter their harmful detriment (damage) by producing deleterious metabolites which absorb by root, without directly interfere the plant tissue, [22] These metabolites include: Hydrogen cyanide(HCN),plant hormones like indole-3 Acetic acid [20] and unknown phytotoxins.
Rhizosphere organisms also contribute to the rhizosphere chemistry, releasing mineral nutrients from dead cells that can be taken up by roots, antibiotics and antifungal agents, phytotoxins (Gerhardson et al.
The same held true for Argentinean coasts, where metal contamination, phytotoxins, abnormal phytoplankton composition, and protozoan tissue-parasites were discarded as causative factors (Fiori & Cazzaniga 1999).
Phytotoxins produced by fungi associated with grapevine trunk diseases.
These conditions lead to a large decrease in plant nutrient availability (Ernst, 1990) and to buildup of phytotoxins produced by anaerbic soil mierobes or by anaerobie respiration in plant roots (Koch & Mendellsohn, 1989).
Apart from shading and keeping the soil moist, rye mulch also inhibits bothgermination and growth of weeds through release of phytotoxins [1]
88] studied the effect of Helminthosporium phytotoxins on cereal leaf protoplasts.
roots, suggesting a mechanism of detoxifying reduced phytotoxins by