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Changes in the growth hormones, free amino acids, nucleic acids and sugar contents of peanut plants infected by Meloidogyne arenaria



Changes in the growth hormones, free amino acids, nucleic acids and sugar contents of peanut plants infected by Meloidogyne arenaria



Journal of South China Agricultural University 20(4): 15-19



The activity of cytokinin (CTK) and abscisic acid (ABA), and the content of indole-acetic acid (IAA) increased in the root and leaves of infected groundnuts, while the content of gibberellic acid (GA3) decreased. The methionine (Met) content in the root-knots and the healthy roots of infected plants was 7.83 and 6.43 micro g/g in fresh-weight, respectively, while that of uninfected plants was nil.

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