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Morphogenesis in Gleditsia triacanthos. Effect of the shoot meristem on the initiation of axillary buds


Morphogenesis in Gleditsia triacanthos. Effect of the shoot meristem on the initiation of axillary buds



Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, France, D 280(17): 1975-1978



Describes a laboratory experiment on young G. triacanthos seedlings, showing that the inhibitory action of the shoot meristem on the initiation of axillary buds is only in part direct; the meristem also apparently acts indirectly by retarding the growth of the leaf primordia and thus inhibiting them from exercising the favourable effect that they have on the formation of buds in their axils.

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