E. A. Perekhod

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Low-molecular-weight water-soluble chitosan (5 kDa) obtained after enzymatic hydrolysis of native crab chitosan was shown to display an elicitor activity by inducing the local and systemic resistance of Solanum tuberosum potato and Lycopesicon esculentum tomato to Phytophthora infestans and nematodes, respectively. Chitosan induced the accumulation of(More)
The properties and effects of two plant resistance suppressors (1,3-β-1,6-β-glucan and a pentasaccharide of xyloglucan origin) involved in the pathosystem of potato (Solanum tuberosum) and the causal agent of blight (Phytophthora infestans(Mont) de Bary) were compared. The microbial 1,3-β-1,6-β-glucan suppressed the defense response over a narrow(More)
Methyl ester of jasmonic acid (Me-JA) influences the induced resistance of potato tubers to late blight caused byPhytophthora infestans. Treatment of potato tuber disk surfaces with Me-JA solution or exposure to an atmosphere containing Me-JA vapors (10−6–10−5 M) increased the rate of rishitin biosynthesis induced by arachidonic acid orP. infestans. Methyl(More)
Production of pathogenesis-related proteins (PR proteins) is an important protective response of plants to pathogenic factors. It was suggested [1, 2] that this group of plant-encoded inducible proteins is related to specific forms of resistance to pathogens and stresses. PR proteins isolated from tobacco plants infected with tobacco mosaic virus have been(More)
The properties and effects of two plant resistance suppressors (1,3-beta-1,6-beta-glucan and a pentasaccharide of xyloglucan origin) involved in the pathosystem of potato (Solanum tuberosum) and the causal agent of blight (Phytophthora infestans (Mont) de Bary) were compared. The microbial 1,3-beta-1,6-beta-glucan suppressed the defense response over a(More)
Methyl ester of jasmonic acid (Me-JA) influences the induced resistance of potato tubers to late blight caused by Phytophthora infestans. Treatment of potato tuber disk surface with Me-JA solution or exposure to an atmosphere containing Me-JA vapors (10(-6)-10(-5) M) increased the rate of rishitin biosynthesis induced by arachidonic acid or P. infestans.(More)
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