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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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Effects of several plant growth regulators on the yield and fiber quality of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.
Effect of plant growth regulators on vegetative growth, flowering and yield of ridge gourd.
1 Shoot nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium contents accumulation of two drought stressed sunflower hybrids in response to plant growth regulators applied through different modes at different phonological growth stages.
Use of ethephon as a plant growth regulator in corn production.
Effect of GA3 and Other Plant Growth Regulators on Hybrid Rice Seed Production.
The objectives of the present study were aimed to enhancement of potato tuber seed cultivars germination using soaking times of different plant growth regulators doses.
Adventitious root initiation, plasticity, and response to plant growth regulator treatments of seedling, juvenile, and adult Elaeocarpus hookerianus plants.
Regenerated shoots (Figure 1H) when transferred to an MS medium without plant growth regulators, showed average 10cm height, 14cm root length and 13 buds per shoot, all of them bearing normal development (Figure 1I).
Total output and output value of plant growth regulators reached 29,962 tonnes and USD256 million respectively in 2009.
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