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The assay of the flower induction hormone of Pharbitus nil using sweet potato as an assay plant

The assay of the flower induction hormone of Pharbitus nil using sweet potato as an assay plant

Chemical Regulation of Plants 27(1): 74-79

The use of sweet potato as an assay plant for the flower inducing hormones produced by P. nil is reviewed including consideration of assay methods, the use of grafted plants, the effects of environment, the substances hindering flower induction and the collection of sieve tube sap and the growth substances in it.

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