Metabolism of avenanthramide phytoalexins in oats
The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology, Volume 39, Issue 4, 2004, Pages 560-572.
Oat leaves produce phytoalexins, avenanthramides, in response to infection by pathogens or treatment with elicitors. The metabolism of avenanthramides was investigated using low molecular weight, partially deacetylated chitin as an elicitor. When oat leaf segments are floated on the elicitor solution, avenanthramides accumulate in the sol...More
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