polysaccharide induced local and systemic resistance to infection by tobacco mosaic virus when applied to leaves two days before virus inoculation. The resistance induced by 2.5 mg/ml of the polysaccharide was approximately halved by simultaneous application of 10 µg/ml actinomycin D.


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