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Interrelationships of inactivation and action of phytohormones (exemplified by auxin)

Interrelationships of inactivation and action of phytohormones (exemplified by auxin)

Metabolizm i mekhanizm deistviya fitogormonov Trudy Vsesoyuznoi konferentsii, Irkutsk 1978: 84-96

Processes of absorption, oxidation and conjugation of auxins in suspensions of cell cultures were studied. Oxidation of IAA occurred on the cell surfaces and played an important role in its inactivation. The oxidation ceased on decreasing its conc. to a threshold limit. The conjugation of IAA also did not lead to complete inactivation as after some time there was an equilibrium between formation and degradation of conjugates.

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