gibberellic acid

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a crystalline acid associated with gibberellin

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Gibberellic acid promotes in vitro regeneration and shoot multiplication in Lotus corniculatus L.
Biddiscombe E, Arnold G, Scurfield G (1962) Effects of Gibberellic acid on pasture and animal production in winter.
Seed germination of Trichocereus terscheckii (Cactaceae): Light, temperature and gibberellic acid effects.
Regulatory role of indole-3-acetic acid and gibberellic acid in vegetative development of Xanthium pennsylvanicum.
In diluted forms, alcohol can stimulate dormant gibberellic acid in the plants and thus can aid its growth," said Dr.
Effect of gibberellic acid and potassium nitrate on seed germination of the resurrection plants Ramonda serbica and Ramonda nathaliae.
Previously, steviol was considered as precursor of gibberellic acid due to cis-coupling of B and C rings of tetracyclic hydrocarbon system, typical for gibberellins.
Effect of gibberellic acid on ripening of strawberry fruits (Fragaria ananassa Duch.
In agriculture, the names gibberellin, gibberellic acid and gibb commonly refer to the G[A.
Thompson Seedless bunches are thinned by a 10-15 ppm gibberellic acid spray at full bloom in Israel (Lavee, 1994).
Sprays of 10 ppm gibberellic acid increase fruit-set.
Gibberellic acid (GA) is the plant hormone that regulates the growth and development such as seed germination, cell elongation, as well as flower and fruit development (Hartweck, 2008).
This has been tested in species such as Albizia grandibracteata, where three concentrations of gibberellic acid promoted germination with respect to the control (Tigabu and Oden, 2001).
Chemical treatments such as gibberellic acid, sodium hypochlorite, and potassium nitrate are widely used for breaking seed dormancy and promoting seed germination (Cetinbas and Koyuncu 2006, Vashistha et al.