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Passive Defenses: Chemical barriers

Chemical barriers include compounds, such as "phytoanticipins", that have antimicrobial activity and compounds that affect the vectors of plant viruses. Phenols and quinones are two classes of antimicrobial compounds produced by some plants Inhibiting compounds may be excreted into the external environment, accumulate in dead cells or be sequestered into vacuoles in an inactive form.

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