gibberellic acid


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gibberellic acid

[¦jib·ə¦rel·ik ′as·əd]
(biochemistry)
C18H22O6 A crystalline acid occurring in plants that is similar to the gibberellins in its growth-promoting effects.
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We detected neither a significant effect of concentration of gibberellic acid ([chi square] < 0.
Sponsel kindly supplied the gibberellic acid used in the study.
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to combinations of gibberellic acid, paclobutrazol and abscisic acid.
Gibberellic acid is known to break dormancy in some seeds (Kahn, 1968; Van Auken and Lohstroh, 1990), consequently seeds of one treatment were soaked in five millimolar gibberellic acid for three hours and then rinsed in tap water prior to placement into Petri plates.
From a mammalian study on the inhibition of the plant growth regulator gibberellic acid ([GA.
For use of gibberellic acid on rice, see Agricultural Research, August, 1992, pp.
But like the cartoon character Popeye with his cans of muscle-building spinach, the germinating rice seeds get extra "oomph" from a natural product - a growth regulator called gibberellic acid (GA) that elongates emerging plant parts.
Therefore, seeds were treated with 250 mg/l gibberellic acid (GA3) for 48 h at room temperature (22 [+ or -] 2[degrees]C) for accelerating germination.
Working with the Long Ashton Research Center, University of Bristol in England, Steffens is trying to determine the role of naturally occurring gibberellic acid (GA) in tree growth.
Separation of abscisic acid, indole-3-acetic acid, gibberellic acid in 99 R (Vitis berlandieri x Vitis rupestris) and Rose Oil (Rosa damascena Mill.