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Endogenous hormones in artificially induced parthenocarpic fruits


, : Endogenous hormones in artificially induced parthenocarpic fruits. Acta Horticulturae (80): 163-167

The levels of endogenous growth substances were recorded in seeded fruits and in parthenocarpic fruits induced (by spraying unpollinated flowers with growth regulators) in apple, pear and tomato. In tomatoes sprayed with CME 4-CPA or GA3 the concentration of GA-like substances was increased considerably. Seeded tomatoes contained more IAA and abscisic acid than parthenocarpic fruit.


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