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Hormonal regulation of tiller bud development and internode elongation in Agrostis stolonifera L



Hormonal regulation of tiller bud development and internode elongation in Agrostis stolonifera L



Chemical manipulation of crop growth and development [McLaren, JS Editor]: 525-542



Studies on the regulation of bud growth in A. stolonifera showed that growth of young buds was repressed by the shoot apex probably due to auxin production. Results suggested that IAA and GA from the apex moved down the stolon to induce internode elongation. Basipetal transport of IAA also appeared to be necessary for bud repression. IAA and GA diverted assimilate to elongating internodes but competition for assimilates was not a major cause of bud repression at the stolon tip.

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