Sulphur supply and infection with Pyrenopeziza brassicae influence L-cysteine desulphydrase activity in Brassica napus L.

@article{Bloem2004SulphurSA,
  title={Sulphur supply and infection with Pyrenopeziza brassicae influence L-cysteine desulphydrase activity in Brassica napus L.},
  author={Elke M. Bloem and Anja Riemenschneider and Julia Volker and Jutta Papenbrock and Ahlert Schmidt and Ioana Salac and Silvia H. Haneklaus and Ewald Schnug},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2004},
  volume={55 406},
  pages={2305-12}
}
Different field surveys have shown that sulphur (S) fertilization can increase the resistance of agricultural crops against fungal pathogens. The mechanisms of this sulphur-induced resistance (SIR) are, however, not yet known. Volatile S compounds are thought to play an important role because H(2)S is toxic to fungi. A field experiment was conducted to analyse the influence of S fertilization and the activity of H(2)S-releasing enzymes on fungal infections. Two levels of N and S fertilizers and… CONTINUE READING
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