Plant defense elicitors purification in soybean and bean from pathogenic nematode

  title={Plant defense elicitors purification in soybean and bean from pathogenic nematode},
  author={Edilaine Della Valentina Gonalves-Trevisoli and Jos{\'e} Renato Stangarlin and Bruna Broti Rissato and Omari Dangelo Forlin Dildey and Sidiane Coltro-Roncato and Laline Broetto and Heloisa Ferro Constancio Mendona-Mller and Jana{\'i}na Dartora and Cristiane Claudia Meinerz and Luciana Iurkiv and Thaisa Muriel Mioranza and Daliana Hisako Uemura-Lima and Tulya Fern and a Barrientos Webler and Odair Jos{\'e} Kuhn},
  journal={African Journal of Agricultural Research},
Plant resistance induction against pathogens is an alternative disease control method, which involves the activation of the plant defense mechanisms, such as the phytoalexins induction. The eliciting molecules have the capacity of inducing and activating such responses and thus, techniques have searched to isolate and characterize fractions with eliciting aspect. This study aimed to purify, through ion exchange chromatography and gel filtration chromatography, eliciting molecules from… 

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