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Chemotropic response of broomrape radicles to host root exudates



Chemotropic response of broomrape radicles to host root exudates



Annals of Botany 48(6): 919-921



Orobanche crenata seeds were germinated in the presence of broad bean root exudates at a range of concns. High concns. inhibited the growth of radicles and lowered the % germination. When O. crenata seeds were germinated along a concn. gradient of host root exudate, both the size and direction of growth of the radicles were affected.

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