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Endogenous auxins and gibberellins in bean plants



Endogenous auxins and gibberellins in bean plants



Fiziologiya na Rasteniyata 8(3): 28-32



Significant differences in the quantitative and qualitative composition of the phytohormones and of their accompanying inhibitors were found during the studied stages of ontogenesis. The rate of leaf growth is directly correlated with the level of bound auxin forms. Gibberellin treatment of bean plants produces a considerable increase in free auxin content and of related inhibitors. The inhibition of growth by abscisic acid leads to a reduced level of endogenous auxins and increases the inhibitors in the young photosynthesizing primary leaf, which change in contrast to the level of the respective auxin forms.

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