Induction of glyceollins by fungal infection in varieties of Korean soybean.
Glyceollins, one of the inducible phytoalexins produced by plants, were induced in a number of varieties of Korean soybean through fungal infection. Of the tested soybean varieties, Tae-Kwang, though not the most productive, was found to be currently the most suitable for the induction of glyceollins. Amongst the fungal species, Rhizopus microsporus var. oligosporus was seen to be the most effective elicitor. Halved soybean seeds produced glyceollins upon fungal infection; however, chopped soybeans and homogenized soybeans did not produce significant quantities of glyceollins.
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