Rice seedlings release momilactone B into the environment.

@article{KatoNoguchi2003RiceSR,
  title={Rice seedlings release momilactone B into the environment.},
  author={H. Kato‐Noguchi and T. Ino},
  journal={Phytochemistry},
  year={2003},
  volume={63 5},
  pages={
          551-4
        }
}
Since the growth inhibitor momilactone B was found recently in root exudates of rice (Oryza sativa L.), 3-day-old rice seedlings were transferred to hydroponic culture and the level of momilactone B released into the environment from the seedlings was measured. At day 15 after transfer, the level of momilactone B in the culture solution was 1.8 nmol per seedling compared with endogenous levels of 0.32 and 0.63 nmol per root and shoot, respectively, suggesting that rice seedlings actively… Expand
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