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Modes of Action of Microbially-Produced Phytotoxins
AbstractSome of the most potent phytotoxins are synthesized by microbes. A few of these share molecular target sites with some synthetic herbicides, but many microbial toxins have unique target sites with potential for exploitation by the herbicide industry. Compounds from both non-pathogenic and pathogenic microbes are discussed. Microbial phytotoxins with modes of action the same as those of commercial herbicides and those with novel modes of action of action are covered. Examples of the compounds discussed are tentoxin, AAL-toxin, auscaulitoxin aglycone, hydantocidin, thaxtomin, and tabtoxin.
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Duke, S.O.; Dayan, F.E. Modes of Action of Microbially-Produced Phytotoxins. Toxins 2011, 3, 1038-1064.View more citation formats
Duke SO, Dayan FE. Modes of Action of Microbially-Produced Phytotoxins. Toxins. 2011; 3(8):1038-1064.Chicago/Turabian Style
Duke, Stephen O.; Dayan, Franck E. 2011. "Modes of Action of Microbially-Produced Phytotoxins." Toxins 3, no. 8: 1038-1064.
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