brassin

brassin

[′bra·sən]
(biochemistry)
Any of a class of plant hormones characterized as long-chain fatty-acid esters; brassins act to induce both cell elongation and cell division in leaves and stems.
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Who were the first scientists to discover brassins and what material were brassins extracted from?