Phaseollin production in cell suspensions and whole plants of Phaseolus vulgaris View Full Text


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DATE

1987-09

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Y. Peleg, S. Koder, J. S. Rokem, I. Chet, I. Goldberg

ABSTRACT

Production of phaseollin was measured in cell suspension cultures and whole plants of Phaseolus vulgaris. In suspension cultures phaseollin appeared when there was no further increase in cell mass. Cells transferred to a medium without auxins yielded three times higher phaseollin concentrations than cells grown in their presence. Addition of autoclaved fungal mycelia or polysaccharides as elicitors resulted in an increased phaseollin concentration in the cell suspension. In whole plants phaseollin could be detected only after the plants were challenged by a fungus which caused lesions (browning) of the upper root neck region, Rhizoctonia solani. Treatment of non-infected plants with autoclaved fungal mycelia or other elicitors did not induce phaseollin production. However, when they were added before or together with the pathogenic fungus, the elicitors further increased phaseollin concentration in the root neck regions of the plants. This indicated that the pathogenic fungus was important for the penetration of the elicitors to inner plant tissues where phaseollin (and probably other phytoalexins) is produced. More... »

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207-215

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