phytoalexins
Toxic compounds produced by higher plants in response to attack by pathogens and to other stresses. Sometimes referred to as plant antibiotics, but rather nonspecific, having a general fungicidal and bactericidal action. Production is triggered by elicitors. Examples: pisatin, phaseollin.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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