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Interaction between jasmonic and gibberellic acids on in vitro tuberization of potato plantlets

Interaction between jasmonic and gibberellic acids on in vitro tuberization of potato plantlets

Potato Research 43(1): 83-88

A reverse of the delaying effect of gibberellic acid (GA3) was observed in in vitro tuberization of potato plantlets when the medium contained 0.8x10-5 M jasmonic acid (JA). The promoting effect of JA seemed to be correlated with the initial absence of growing roots, probably through direct activity of JA in microtuber-producing buds in the stoloniferous shoots. This is based on the fact that JA did not inhibit root growth a posteriori.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02358516

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