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Content of gibberellins and gibberellin-like substances in the flowers and clusters of vines showing different rates of flower and fruit growth


, : Content of gibberellins and gibberellin-like substances in the flowers and clusters of vines showing different rates of flower and fruit growth. Acta Horticulturae (80): 149-152

In the table grape Cardinal, the levels of free and bound gibberellins in the inflorescences increased during development and reached a maximum at the time of most rapid berry growth. Rachis GA content was 3 times that of growing berries, but in the mature clusters this difference disappeared. In the ripe grapes some bound GA was detected in the pulp and skin, but most occurred in the seeds.

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