Plant-Derived Antifungal Proteins and Peptides. De Lucca, A. J.; Cleveland, T. E.; and Wedge, D. E. 51(12):1001–1014.
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Plants produce potent constitutive and induced antifungal compounds to complement the structural barriers to microbial infection. Approximately 250,000-500,000 plant species exist, but only a few of these have been investigated for antimicrobial activity. Nevertheless, a wide spectrum of compound classes have been purified and found to have antifungal properties. The commercial potential of effective plant-produced antifungal compounds remains largely unexplored. This review article presents examples of these compounds and discusses their properties.Key words: antifungal, peptides, phytopathogenic, plants, proteins.
@article{deluccaPlantderivedAntifungalProteins2005,
  title = {Plant-Derived Antifungal Proteins and Peptides},
  author = {De Lucca, A. J. and Cleveland, T. E. and Wedge, D. E.},
  date = {2005-12},
  journaltitle = {Canadian Journal of Microbiology},
  volume = {51},
  pages = {1001--1014},
  doi = {10.1139/w05-063},
  url = {https://doi.org/10.1139/w05-063},
  abstract = {Plants produce potent constitutive and induced antifungal compounds to complement the structural barriers to microbial infection. Approximately 250,000-500,000 plant species exist, but only a few of these have been investigated for antimicrobial activity. Nevertheless, a wide spectrum of compound classes have been purified and found to have antifungal properties. The commercial potential of effective plant-produced antifungal compounds remains largely unexplored. This review article presents examples of these compounds and discusses their properties.Key words: antifungal, peptides, phytopathogenic, plants, proteins.},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13628403,chemical-composition,forest-resources,plant-physiology},
  number = {12}
}
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