spore germination

S. Marshall S.Marshall at daresbury.ac.uk
Thu Jun 3 07:26:35 EST 1993


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	dear netters:
	        A plant intrinsic protein, not induced by pathogens, presents in healthy
	   plant and can inhibit germination of pathogenic fungal spores. Not killing, i
	   s
	it a natural fact?  Has any fellow published this kind of finding ever since?
	I have read several papers describing that many kinds of pathogen-responsive
	proteins could inhibit the growth of, or even kill, the pathogens.
	Any comment?  Looking forward to having response.    Thanks in advance.
	T-Y. FENG
	e-mail  bofeng at ccvax.as.edu.tw
	



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