Defense Responses in Grapevine Leaves Against Botrytis cinerea Induced by Application of a Pythium oligandrum Strain or Its Elicitin, Oligandrin, to Roots.

@article{Mohamed2007DefenseRI,
  title={Defense Responses in Grapevine Leaves Against Botrytis cinerea Induced by Application of a Pythium oligandrum Strain or Its Elicitin, Oligandrin, to Roots.},
  author={Neffati Mohamed and Jeannine Lherminier and M J Farmer and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Fromentin and Noelle B{\'e}no and Val{\'e}rie Houot and M. -L. Milat and J-P Blein},
  journal={Phytopathology},
  year={2007},
  volume={97 5},
  pages={611-20}
}
ABSTRACT Pythium oligandrum is known to display antagonistic activities against several species of pathogenic fungi. It also produces an elicitor of plant defense named oligandrin, which belongs to the elicitin family (10-kDa proteins synthesized by Phytophthora and Pythium species). Here, the potential of P. oligandrum or its purified elicitin to limit the progression of B. cinerea on grapevine leaf and the resulting plant-microorganism interactions are described. P. oligandrum or oligandrin… CONTINUE READING
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