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The role of roots, cytokinins and apical dominance in the control of lateral shoot form in Solanum andigena

The role of roots, cytokinins and apical dominance in the control of lateral shoot form in Solanum andigena

Planta 105(1): 33-42

The lateral bud of S. andigena had the potentiality to develop as a stolon or as a leafy orthotropic shoot. Natural stolons were normally only produced from underground nodes, but aerial stolons could be induced to form by applying IAA/GA3 paste to the cut surface; under some conditions both natural and induced stolons could become converted to upright leafy shoots.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00385161

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