Systemic induced resistance

https://doi.org/10.17221/10334-PPSCitation:Cohen Y. (2002): Systemic induced resistance. Plant Protect. Sci., 38: S122-S125.
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Biotic and abiotic agents may induce resistance in plants against pathogens. Abiotic agents may be synthetic or natural. The natural, non-protein amino acid BABA (DL-β-aminobutyric acid) induces systemic resistance in crop plants against pathogens. Dry, killed mycelia of Penicillium chrysogenum (DM) induces local resistance in plants against soil-borne pathogens. The activity of BABA and DM are described here in detail. Both products were shown to effectively control plant disease in nature.
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