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Studies on the physiology of flowering and fruit growth in Mangifera indica L. VI. Hormonal control of fruit development and its possible significance to biennial bearing


, : Studies on the physiology of flowering and fruit growth in Mangifera indica L. VI. Hormonal control of fruit development and its possible significance to biennial bearing. Acta Horticulturae (24): 155-163

Developing Dashehari mango fruits contained 3 auxins, one of which was identified as IAA, and a growth inhibitor identified as abscisic acid. Gibberellin-like substances were also detected. The maximum concentrations of auxins and gibberellins occurred in the immature seed and their production was greatest during the major period of fruit growth 3-9 weeks after pollination.


Accession: 000208187

DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.1972.24.28

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