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Hormone and histological differences between normal and maleic hydrazide treated onions stored over winter


, : Hormone and histological differences between normal and maleic hydrazide treated onions stored over winter. Acta Horticulturae (38): 95-125

Studies were made of the development of onion shoot apices and of the activities of various endogenous growth substances in normal and MH-treated bulbs after storage at low temperatures for up to 9 months. During the rest period there was no visible cellular activity; cytokinin, gibberellin and auxin activity was low, especially in MH-treated bulbs, and inhibitor activity was high.

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