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Physiological and ecological aspects of chemical and light regulation of plant growth


, : Physiological and ecological aspects of chemical and light regulation of plant growth. Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki Moskva (7): 63-68

A concept is developed to integrate plant growth regulation by seed treatment with growth regulators combined with irradiation with red light, which affects the phytochrome. The synergistic interaction of chemical and light components can increase efficiency of the treatment for growth regulation compared with growth regulators alone and enable their rates to be decreased in order to reduce environmental pollution.

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