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Fungal elicitor-mediated responses in pine cell cultures: cell wall-bound phenolics

Fungal elicitor-mediated responses in pine cell cultures: cell wall-bound phenolics,10.1016/0031-9422(92)80150-D,Phytochemistry,M Campbell

Fungal elicitor-mediated responses in pine cell cultures: cell wall-bound phenolics   (Citations: 20)
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Journal: Phytochemistry , vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 737-742, 1992
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    • ...Ester-bound phenolics incorporated in the cell wall were extracted after alkaline hydrolysis (Campbell and Ellis 1992)...

    Rocío Santiagoet al. Changes in soluble and cell wall-bound hydroxycinnamic and hydroxybenz...

    • ...in a11 cases in which it has been examined, an elevated content of H units has also been observed for lignins formed de novo in cell culture systems (Glycine: Nimz et al., 1975; Rosa: Mollard and Robert, 1983; Pinus: Fukuda et al., 1988, Campbell and Ellis, 1992, Eberhardt et al., 1993; Picea: Brunow et al., 1993; Camellia: Zaprometov et al., 1993), and it has frequently been observed in intact plants challenged with pathogens (Rapkanus: ...

    B. Markus Langeet al. Elicitor-lnduced Spruce Stress Lignin' Structural Similarity to Early ...

    • ...Similar increases in phenylpropanoid metabolism have been observed in cultured pine and soybean cells after treatment with a fungal elicitor and have also been correlated with increased PAL activity (Farmer, 1985; Campbell and Ellis, 1992)...
    • ...Cell wall-bound phenols were also analyzed after their relesse by alkaline hydrolysis (Bolwell et al., 1985; Campbell and Ellis, 1992)...
    • ...Treatment of wounded tubers with the elicitor caused a doubling of soluble phenol concentrations and a large decrease in the transient accumulation of chlorogenic acid in both untransformed and transgenic tubers (Figure 3). This increased accumulation of phenolics after elicitor treatment indicates that phenylpropanoid metabolism is activated upon elicitation (Maina et al., 1984; Campbell and Ellis, 1992)...
    • ...Accumulation of phenolics is generally accepted as an early or immediate response of plants to pathogen attack as well as to wounding or elicitor treatment (Friend, 1981; Hammerschmidt, 1984; Bolwell et al., 1985; Campbell and Ellis, 1992)...

    Kening Yaoet al. Creation of a Metabolic Sink for Tryptophan Alters the Phenylpropanoid...

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