plant hormone

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plant hormone

[′plant ‚hȯr‚mōn]
(biochemistry)
An organic compound that is synthesized in minute quantities by one part of a plant and translocated to another part, where it influences physiological processes. Also known as phytohormone.
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In summary, suppressed GA pathway and phytohormone imbalance may be the major causes for dwarfing of the D plants.
Effect of gibberellin cross talk with other phytohormones on cellular growth and mitosis to endoreduplication transition, Int.
In tomato, Systemin which acts as a phytohormone promotes JA production and salt tolerance in ABA-dependent manner.
Taken together, we can conclude that phytohormones play a diverse role for organogenic responses on explants in vitro for this species.
In this research, a new method was developed for indirect organogenesis of Sainfoin, two phytohormones and 4 explants were applied, callus production and regeneration were examined.
It provides the richest sources of minerals, trace elements, amino acids, antioxidants, phytohormones, and enzymes.
The production of phytohormones has been suggested to be one of the mechanisms by which PGPR bacteria stimulate plant growth [4].
Phytohormones in the plant roots region turn enhance the root growth are secreted by Azospirillum.
The plant growth promoting rhizobacteria have been reported to improve plant growth either through direct stimulation by the synthesis of phytohormones (Xie et al.
In the long run, algae could become a key source of proteins and other compounds, including lipids, phytohormones and carotenes.
Some data are presented in tables, where coverage includes natural butters and waxes, emulsifiers, preservatives, anti-irritants and color, along with isoflavones, phytohormones and phytosterols.