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- Harrison, H.F. Jr.; Levi, A.; Kousik, C.S.
- HortScience 2008 v.43 no.1 pp. 138
- plant exudates, etc ; Citrullus lanatus; watermelons; seeds; seed germination; allelochemicals; seedling growth; Panicum miliaceum; grass weeds; root radicle; root growth; chemical concentration; genotype; genetic variation; Phytophthora capsici; plant pathogenic fungi; fungal diseases of plants; antifungal properties; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Watermelon [Citrullus lanatus v. lanatus (Thunb.) Matsum & Nakai] seed exudates are inhibitory to germination and seedling growth of other plant species. A miniature bioassay experiment that measured proso millet (Panicum miliaceum L.) radicle growth was used to assess the inhibition caused by seed exudates of 125 genotypes of watermelon and related Citrullus species. Exudates of most genotypes we ...
- Cotoras, M.; Folch, C.; Mendoza, L.
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2004 v.52 no.10 pp. 2821-2826
- plant exudates, etc ; Botrytis cinerea; plant pathogenic fungi; antifungal properties; kaurenoic acid; diterpenoids; resins; grasses; Poaceae; botanical pesticides; pesticidal plants; disease control; fungal diseases of plants; foliar application; leaves; Solanum lycopersicum var. lycopersicum; tomatoes; enzyme activity; esterases; laccase; cell membranes; membrane permeability; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... The antifungal activity on Botrytis cinerea of the diterpenoids 3beta-hydroxy-kaurenoic acid and kaurenoic acid, obtained from the resinous exudates of Pseudognaphalium vira vira, was determined. 3beta-Hydroxy-kaurenoic acid reduced the mycelial growth of B. cinerea in solid and liquid media. Additionally, the damage produced by the fungus on the surface of tomato leaves in the presence of the dit ...
- Rose, T.L.; Conceicao, A. da S.; Xavier-Filho, J.; Okorokov, L.A.; Fernandes, K.V.S.; Marty, F.; Marty-Mazars, D.; Carvalho, A.O.; Gomes, V.M.
- Plant and soil 2006 v.286 no.1-2 pp. 181-191
- plant exudates, etc ; Vigna unguiculata; cowpeas; seeds; seed germination; plant proteins; antifungal properties; Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. phaseoli; plant pathogenic fungi; soil fungi; Show all 10 Subjects
- ... Plants exude a variety of substances through their roots, germinating seeds and aerial parts. Some of these released compounds seem to have an inhibitory effect against pathogens. The aim of this work was to investigate and identify antifungal proteins present in exudates from imbibed cowpea seeds (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp). The obtained exudation was analyzed in regard to specific protein acti ...