Host-selective toxins: agents of compatibility.

@article{Walton1996HostselectiveTA,
  title={Host-selective toxins: agents of compatibility.},
  author={Jonathan D. Walton},
  journal={The Plant cell},
  year={1996},
  volume={8 10},
  pages={
          1723-33
        }
}
20 HSTs have been documented. In general, HSTs are deter? minants of host range or specificity in that plant species, varieties, or genotypes sensitive to an HST are those that are susceptible to the producing pathogen. HSTs have been criti? cal factors in two major epidemics of crops in the United States in the 20th century, including the Southern corn leaf blight epidemic of 1970 that destroyed ~15% of that year's crop. They are also important factors in several other economically sig… CONTINUE READING

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