Degradation of Biofumigant Isothiocyanates and Allyl Glucosinolate in Soil and Their Effects on the Microbial Community Composition

@inproceedings{Hanschen2015DegradationOB,
  title={Degradation of Biofumigant Isothiocyanates and Allyl Glucosinolate in Soil and Their Effects on the Microbial Community Composition},
  author={Franziska S Hanschen and Bunlong Yim and T. Winkelmann and Kornelia Smalla and Monika Schreiner and Gabriele Berg},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
Brassicales species rich in glucosinolates are used for biofumigation, a process based on releasing enzymatically toxic isothiocyanates into the soil. These hydrolysis products are volatile and often reactive compounds. Moreover, glucosinolates can be degraded also without the presence of the hydrolytic enzyme myrosinase which might contribute to bioactive effects. Thus, in the present study the stability of Brassicaceae plant-derived and pure glucosinolates hydrolysis products was studied… CONTINUE READING
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