Zusammenfassung

Die bier zu behandelnden Amine sind organische Basen mit einer oder zwei endständigen, freien oder substituierten Aminogruppen. Es gehören dazu aliphatische, aromatische und einfache heterocyclische Verbindungen, deren pflanzenphysiologische Bedeutung noch so gut wie unbekannt ist (s. Guggenheim, 1951). Lediglich für Putrescin ist nachgewiesen, daß es einen Wuchsstoff für Bakterien [Haemophilus parainfluencae (Herbst und Snell, 1948–49) und Neisseria perflava (Martin, Pelczar und Hansen, 1952) und für eine Mutante des Schimmelpilzes Aspergillus nidulans (Sneath, 1955)] darstellt.

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