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Kinetin as an antagonist of the toxic effect of pseudomonas tabaci
Year:
1963
Source of publication :
Nature
Authors :
Lovrekovich, L.
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Volume :
198
Co-Authors:
Lovrekovich, L., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest
Farkas, G.L., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest
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From page:
710
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Total pages:
-709
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Abstract:
THE wildfire disease of tobacco, caused by Pseudomonas tabaci (Wolf and Foster) Stevens, is characterized by the development of chlorotic halos around the infection sites. This symptom is induced by a bacterial toxin. The toxic compound proved to be a structural analogue of methionine1. Strangely enough, its effect could be overcome by methionine only in model experiments with Chlorella vulgaris2. The mode of action of the wildfire toxin in tobacco leaves, therefore, remained obscure. © 1963 Nature Publishing Group.
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DOI :
10.1038/198710a0
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Database:
Scopus
Publication Type:
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Language:
English
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ID:
18957
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Kinetin as an antagonist of the toxic effect of pseudomonas tabaci
198
Lovrekovich, L., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest
Farkas, G.L., Research Institute for Plant Protection, Budapest
Kinetin as an antagonist of the toxic effect of pseudomonas tabaci
THE wildfire disease of tobacco, caused by Pseudomonas tabaci (Wolf and Foster) Stevens, is characterized by the development of chlorotic halos around the infection sites. This symptom is induced by a bacterial toxin. The toxic compound proved to be a structural analogue of methionine1. Strangely enough, its effect could be overcome by methionine only in model experiments with Chlorella vulgaris2. The mode of action of the wildfire toxin in tobacco leaves, therefore, remained obscure. © 1963 Nature Publishing Group.
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