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Auxin-gibberellin relationships in their effects on hypocotyl elongation of light-grown cucumber seedlings. Responses of sections to auxin, gibberellin and sucrose



Auxin-gibberellin relationships in their effects on hypocotyl elongation of light-grown cucumber seedlings. Responses of sections to auxin, gibberellin and sucrose



Plant and Cell Physiology 14(3): 449-458



The sensitivity of hypocotyl sections to IAA and GA3 depended on tissue age. A greater response to GA3 was obtained with young tissue, whereas that to IAA was obtained with relatively old tissue. The response to IAA reached a maximum at about 15 h of incubation; the younger the tissue the earlier was the time of maximum response. The response to GA3 continued for more than 70 h with a constant growth rate.

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