/fuy'teuh tok"sin/, n.
any toxin, as ricin or crotin, produced by a plant.
[1905-10; PHYTO- + TOXIN]

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  • Phytotoxin — Phy|to|to|xin [↑ phyt u. ↑ Toxin] svw. ↑ Pflanzengift. * * * Phy|to|to|xin, das; s, e (Biol., Med.): pflanzlicher Giftstoff, der in anderen Organismen Abwehrreaktionen hervorruft (wie z. B. Heuschnupfen durch Toxine von Graspollen). * * *… …   Universal-Lexikon

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  • phytotoxin — n. poison produced in plants …   English contemporary dictionary

  • phytotoxin — noun Botany 1》 a poisonous substance derived from a plant. 2》 a substance, especially one produced by a parasite, that is phytotoxic …   English new terms dictionary

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  • phytotoxin — n. any poisonous substance (toxin) produced by a plant, such as any of the toxins produced by fungi of the genus Amanita …   The new mediacal dictionary

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