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The mode of action of growth-promoting and growth-inhibiting substances. I. The action of mixtures of indole-3-acetic acid and eosin and of plant growth-promoting and growth-inhibiting substances on avena coleoptiles



The mode of action of growth-promoting and growth-inhibiting substances. I. The action of mixtures of indole-3-acetic acid and eosin and of plant growth-promoting and growth-inhibiting substances on avena coleoptiles



Biochim. biophys. Acta. 6: 384-94. bibl. 15



Mixtures of growth activators (indole-3-acetic acid and extract of brussels sprouts) and growth inhibitors (eosin and extract of lilac leaves), at various concentrations, were applied in the form of pastes to avena coleoptiles. Values were obtained for the longitudinal growth caused by cell elongation.

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