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Response of crown gall tissue to a morphactin

Response of crown gall tissue to a morphactin

Zeitschrift fuer Pflanzenphysiologie 94(2): 109-116

Morphactin (chlorflurenol, IT 3456) inhibited the growth of in vitro-grown crown gall tissue, obtained from galls induced with Agrobacterium tumefaciens (strain B6) on Datura innoxia. The growth inhibition was significant with higher concentration of morphactin. IAA used in combination with morphactin could not overcome the inhibitory effect of morphactin. The addition of chlorogenic acid, a polyphenol, to morphactin media resulted in a marginal increase in growth of the tissue. The inhibitory effect of 2,3,5-triiodobenzoic acid on the growth of the tissue was much more pronounced than that of morphactin.

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DOI: 10.1016/S0044-328X(79)80124-5

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