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Phase change in Hedera helix: Stabilization of the mature form with abscisic acid and growth retardants


Phase change in Hedera helix: Stabilization of the mature form with abscisic acid and growth retardants



Physiologia Plantarum 34(2): 148-152



ISSN/ISBN: 0031-9317

DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1975.tb03810.x

Applications of ABA to the mature form of H. helix stabilize its morphological characteristics and prevent GA3 induced reversion to the juvenile form. Plants treated with GA3 reverted to the juvenile form whereas those supplied with ABA in conjunction with GA3 remained mature. When mature plants were treated with 5 nanomoles of GA3 and 5 micromoles of ABA, reversion did not occur, but when the GA3 dose was raised to 25 nanomoles with the same level of ABA, reversion did occur.

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