Definition of Elicitors
1. Noun. (plural of elicitor) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Elicitors
1. elicitor [n] - See also: elicitor
Lexicographical Neighbors of Elicitors
Literary usage of Elicitors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Second Australasian Conference on Interactive Entertainment: Proceedings by Yusuf Pisan, SIGART. (2005)
"To cut a very complicated story short, the representational premises of video games, as housed within the PWB, act as elicitors of affective states. ..."
2. Pathogens of Maize Seeds: Bibliographyby Andrew Kalinski by Andrew Kalinski (1994)
"Our F. moniliforme and studied the effect of fungal elicitors, the mycotoxin elicitors or with moniliformin, a mycotoxin produced by F. moniliforme, ..."
3. Gene Expression in Field Crops: Bibliography January 1991-November 1992 edited by Janet Saunders, Robert D. Warmbrodt (1995)
"Tobacco protoplasts responded to exogenous elicitors from the cell wall of Phytophthora megasperma glycinea (Pmg) by accumulating beta- glucanase in the ..."
4. Gene Expression in Horticultural Crops: Bibliography January 1991-October 1992 by Robert D. Warmbrodt (1995)
"... elicitors, and pathogen attack. To investigate the mechanism(s) responsible for induction of chitinase gene expression in response to various stimuli, ..."
5. When I'm 64 by Laura L. Carstensen, Christine R. Hartel (2006)
"More "youthful" beila vior and young-old status are elicitors of positive stereotypes (Hummert et al., 1994). Finally, although both younger and older ..."
6. Tissue Culture: Plants : A Bibliography, January 1991-April 1993. by Henry Gilbert (1994)
"Both elicitors were shown to be carbohydrate polymers (Mr ot elicitor A ca 22 000 ... The elicitors are, thus, not identical to a glucan elicitor previously ..."
7. Pathogens of Soybean Seeds: Bibliographyby Andrew Kalinski by Andrew Kalinski (1999)
"Identify the elicitors produced by A. flavus and characterize the corn metabolites. Determine whether variability for synthesis of the corn metabolite ..."
8. Principles of the Law of Scotland by John Erskine, George Moir (1881)
"19, the elicitors of such oaths are declared infamous, and reduction is made competent to any of the minor's relations, lest himself should (t) See as to ..."