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Quantification of abscisic Acid in a single maize root


, : Quantification of abscisic Acid in a single maize root. Plant Physiology 85(1): 8-9

Quantitative analyses of abscisic acid in the elongating zone of a single maize root (Zea mays L. cv LG 11) were performed by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry using negative chemical ion ionization. Data showed that the more abscisic acid, the slower the growth, but a large dispersion of individual values was observed. We assume that abscisic acid is perhaps not correlated only to the growth rate.

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Accession: 001667033

PMID: 16665688

DOI: 10.1104/pp.85.1.8

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