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Changes in endogenous growth regulating substances in the Mangifera indica L. shoot in relation to growth and development


, : Changes in endogenous growth regulating substances in the Mangifera indica L. shoot in relation to growth and development. Acta Horticulturae (24): 196-205

Seasonal changes in endogenous growth substances in Langra (biennial) and Baramasia (regular) mango stems and leaves are shown in graph form. The presence of several growth substances was indicated and p-hydroxybenzoic acid was detectecd in both free and bound forms.

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