gibberellin


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Related to gibberellin: abscisic acid, auxin, cytokinin
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a plant hormone isolated from a fungus

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Abscisic acid has an opposite effect on Gibberellins and Cytokinins hormones [29,5].
Interactive effects of Nickle, Ascorbic Acid and Gibberellin A3 on germination and seedling growth and some metabolic and physiologic processes in soybean plants.
Gibberellins and cytokinin are plant growth regulators that affect many phases of plant growth and development from germination, leaf expansion and shoot elongation to flowering, fruit development and mobilization of seed reserves.
The role of endogenous inhibitors and gibberellin in the dormancy and germination of Corylus avellana L.
The effects of auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, abscisic acid, ethylene, and salicylic acid on Lemna were reviewed by Cleland et al.
Gibberellin has been added to the three plants on the right (Figure 4).
Germination of the seed is known to be prevented by naturally occurring abscisic acid (ABA) blocking the stimulation of germination by gibberellin.
Effects of post-bloom gibberellin application on berry shrivel and berry weight on seeded Vitis vinifera table grapes.
It is already known that the plant hormone gibberellin controls how root cells elongate as the root grows in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana.
The expression of tgas118, encoding a defensin in Lycopersicon esculentum, is regulated by gibberellin.
Paclobutrazol affects on petiole length via inhibiting gibberellin biosynthesis so reduction in cell elongation occurs (Braun and Garth, 1986).
At shoot length measurement after a 14 day growth period, the cultures grown in the potentised growth substances showed a measurable effect on the seed growth characteristics when compared to the control substance, the most notable of these, gibberellin 17X, producing the largest growth stimulation.
Tokyo, Japan, Feb 1, 2006 - (JCN) - RIKEN announced on January 30 that its Plant Science Center has discovered an inactivation mechanism of gibberellin, a kind of hormone that promotes plant growth, in collaboration with Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences (SIBS).