Peroxidase, catalase, amine oxidase and acid phosphatase activities in Pisum sativum during infection with Fusarium oxysporum and F. solani  [2006]

Luhova, L. Lebeda, A. Kutrova, E. Hedererova, D. et al.

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Two genotypes (cv. Smaragd and line DP1059) of Pisum sativum with different susceptibility to Fusarium oxysporum and F. solani and influence of pathogenesis on enzyme activities were studied. Enzyme activities increased in both roots and shoots during pathogenesis, except the activity of acid phosphatase in the roots, which decreased. A correlation between the changes in enzyme activity and susceptibility to F. oxysporum or F. solani was observed.

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  • racine
  • catalasa
  • patogenesis
  • fusarium oxysporum
  • resistance aux maladies
  • genotipos
  • amino oxidasa
  • mecanisme de defense
  • pathogens
  • enzyme activity
  • brotes
  • respuesta de la planta
  • acid phosphatase
  • amine oxidase
  • activite enzymatique
  • peroxydase
  • catalase
  • fletrissement
  • pousse
  • shoots
  • organismos patogenos
  • phosphatase acide
  • actividad enzimatica
  • fusarium solani
  • wilts
  • raices
  • genotypes
  • amine oxydase
  • pathogenese
  • peroxidases
  • roots
  • agent pathogene
  • resistencia a la enfermedad
  • peroxidasas
  • genotype
  • pisum sativum
  • pathogenesis
  • disease resistance
  • marchitez
  • defence mechanisms
  • plant response
  • mecanismos de defensa
  • reponse de la plante
  • fosfatasa acida

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Biologia Plantarum (Czech Republic)

ISSN : 0006-3134