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Association between branching in maiden apple trees and levels of endogenous auxins

, : Association between branching in maiden apple trees and levels of endogenous auxins. Acta Horticulturae (80): 59-62

Shoot tips of the poorly branched Tydeman's Early had a higher concentration of auxin-like substances than those of the freely branching Cox's Orange Pippin. A comparison of maiden trees of Cox on MM.106 which were branched, with trees on M.27 which were dwarf and unbranched, showed a higher concentration of auxin-like substances in shoot tips of the latter.

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