Nevertheless, the state of Santa Catarina (in southern Brazil) is the only place that performs periodic microbiological and phytotoxin
monitoring of cultured and extracted bivalves (de Souza et al., 2015).
sclerotiorum also secretes oxalic acid as a nonspecific phytotoxin
, that may act as a signaling molecule or elicitor to subvert and redirect host pathways toward cell death, thus interfering with the functioning of plant guard cells (Cessna et al., 2000; Guimaraes and Stotz, 2004; Kim et al., 2008; Williams et al., 2011).
Lantana camara is known to produce hepatobilliary dysfunction and kidney damage due to elevated hepatic and renal Xanthine oxidase activities due to Lantadine, the phytotoxin
present in the plant (Sharma et al., 1981) leading to hepatic jaundice.
De Vay, production and purification of syringomycin, a phytotoxin
produced by pseudomonas syringae.
It recently was established that phytotoxin
production by Pss is modulated by the perception of specific plant metabolites (Mo & Gross, 1991).
Andolfi et al., "Ophiobolin A, a sesterterpenoid fungal phytotoxin
, displays higher in vitro growth-inhibitory effects in mammalian than in plant cells and displays in vivo antitumor activity," International Journal of Oncology, vol.
Ophiobolin A (OP-A), a sesterterpenoid that is produced by the plant pathogenic fungi, was purified from the culture extract of Drechslera gigantea and characterized to be an effective phytotoxin
Massaroli et al., "BcAtf1, a global regulator, controls various differentiation processes and phytotoxin
production in Botrytis cinerea," Molecular Plant Pathology, vol.
Screening against phytotoxin
for resistance to Fusarium wilt in chick pea.
Singh GM, Fortin PD, Koglin A, Walsh CT (2008): Hydroxylation of the aspartyl residue in the phytotoxin
syringomycin E: Characterization of two candidate hydroxylases AspH and SyrP in Pseudomonas syringae.
The reduced yield of agriculture crops was due to allelopathic interference of phytotoxin
phenolics from leaves and litter of poplar which accumulated in soil.
Glufosinate, also known as phosphinothricin, is a naturally occurring phytotoxin
that was first isolated from the bacteria, Streptomyces viridochromogenes [1-3].