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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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The effects of phytotoxins on Sinapis arvensis for Primary screening: In this study, four strains of the pea plant tissue were extracted and purified.
There may be different or additional effects due to other element toxicities (sodium, aluminium, and boron) or deficiencies or accumulation of phytotoxins under waterlogging in different soils or conditions.
Also producing toxicity in the internal organs are plants containing oxalates, resins, and phytotoxins.
A number of plants are poisonous because they contain alkaloids, glycosides, resins, alcohols, phenols, phytotoxins or oxalates.
The farmers in these communities recognize different types of soil and different types of soil materials, including those that are beneficial after consumption (some of the minerals in these soils may adsorb glycoalkaloid phytotoxins in the potatoes that are an important food in the region; Callahan, 2003), those that are poorly drained, those that are excessively drained, those that are infertile, those that have different horizons, and those that have impeding layers.
In a few instances, resistant plants can overcome the negative effect of fungal phytotoxins by producing selective detoxifying enzymes.
The specific toxicity hazard of ions: it is assessed by the presence and concentration of phytotoxins dissolved in water which once in the soil constitute a hazard to plants (Table 2).
Cytochalasins and Phytotoxins from the fungus Xylaria obovata.
Cress and ryegrass germination and radicle growth have been used to detect the presence of phytotoxins in compost that may temporarily or permanently inhibit crop growth (Iannotti et al.
How herbivores track variable environments--response to variability of phytotoxins.
mulch: The suppression of certain broadleaved weeds and the isolation and identification of phytotoxins.
Organic matter stabilization is necessary to reduce the levels of phytotoxins that may have been generated from less than ideal moisture levels and aeration during high rate decomposition.