Plant Growth Regulators | Jeremy A. Roberts | SpringerCell and Tissue Culture in Forestry pp Cite as. Plant growth regulators include naturally occurring plant hormones such as indoleacetie acid IAA , gibberellins, zeatin, abscisic acid ABA and ethylene, etc. Each type of plant growth regulator has a wide range of physiological effects in different plants. These effects are determined by the kind of the growth regulator, its concentration, the presence or absence of other growth regulators, and by the genetic makeup and the physiological status of the target tissue. The same physiological response in different tissues even of the same plant may require different growth regulator s or different combinations of growth regulators.
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It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. What are plant growth regulators? For many years, plant scientists have endeavoured to understand the nature and action of plant growth regulators and, as a result, an awesome quantity of written material now exists describing these chemicals and their effects. In this book we have aimed to distil this wealth of information into a more digestible form, and in particular we have focused our attention on a critical appraisal of the literature. The past few years have witnessed a change of emphasis in plant growth regulator research, which has been fuelled by powerful new techniques in molecular and cell biology.
PDF | On Oct 24, , Edwin F. George and others published Plant Growth Regulators III: Gibberellins, Ethylene, Abscisic Acid, their Analogues and Inhibitors;.
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