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Control of growth by auxin and its specific neutral inhibitor



Control of growth by auxin and its specific neutral inhibitor



Biologia Plantarum 27(2/3): 216-220



This paper was presented at the International Symposium, Plant Growth Regulators, June 18-22, 1984 at Liblice, Czechoslovakia. A neutral inhibitor specific for auxin may be demonstrated by its effect in causing positive curvature of oat coleoptiles. Mesocotyl growth in oat and maize seedlings in darkness and its inhibition in light are determined by this neutral inhibitor as is the phototropic response of the sunflower stem. Production of the inhibitor is promoted by red and fluorescent light.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02902163


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