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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This study aimed to evaluate the effects of different doses of ethephon or gibberellic acid on in vitro development of sugarcane seedlings.
Gibberellic acid treatment was ineffective in promoting germination of D.
In contrast to these products, the use of gibberellic acid increased IDM by 9% over the control (Table 1).
Effect of ethrel, maleic hydrazide and gibberellic acid on growth, yield and quality of watermelon (Citrullus lanatus Thumb.).
At this phase, UCZ reaches the plants' subapical meristems, inhibiting the oxidation of kaurene into kaurenoic acid, which is the precursor of gibberellic acid (TAIZ & ZEIGER, 2009).
Response of eastern gamagrass seed to gibberellic acid buffered below it pKa.
The higher application of Zn inhibit germination and reduced the growth and development of chickpea (Tables 1-4; Figure 1) as application of Zn at higher concentration(1.0 and 10 mM Zn)causedelay and impeded the germination in chickpea due to decrease in gibberellic acid and zeatin in germinating seeds (Aticiet al.
The addition of gibberellic acid in the range from 0.5 to 2 [micro]M in the culture medium induces higher germination percentage and better shoot development for BT and BGD varieties (BARIN; LEDO, 2011; SANTOS et al., 2012).
Estimated values of final germination proportion on exogenous Gibberellic acid ([GA.sub.3]) gradient (A) and time to 50% germination (t50) of the [GA.sub.3] gradient (B) of B.