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Synonyms for plant hormone

(botany) a plant product that acts like a hormone

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Valent products include a well-known line of quality herbicide, insecticide, fungicide and plant growth regulator products for agricultural, seed protection and professional use.
Heavier seed as a result of plant growth regulators applications may be due to increase in photosynthetic activity, which stimulates dry matter accumulation (Gardner, 1988) and in turn increases formation of fully- mature seed and thus increases seed weight (Mekki, 1999; Al-Kahal et al.
Plant growth regulators applied on sunflower plants significantly affected height, specific leaf area, chlorophyll content, diameter and dry mass of capitulum.
2014) reported that application of different plant growth regulators was most effective to increase the number of fruit due to more number of pistillate flowers and fruit set per vine in bitter gourd.
As for influence of both the plant growth regulators, salicylic acid applied as a foliar spray at vegetative stage had a significant increase in values of all the attributes than ascorbic acid.
Yuhuangjin (YHJ) is a plant growth regulator which mainly affects on stem lodging.
Response of root growth and yield of rice (BRRIdhan28) under different irrigation frequencies and plant growth regulators.
Plant growth regulators are chemicals that modify plant growth, flowering, and dormancy by mimicking plant hormones.
These plant growth regulators were used successfully in the induction of buds and shoots by organogenesis in species such as Saccharum officinarum L.
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It offers a comprehensive line of miticides, fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, plant growth regulators and seed treatment products with international operations serving four distinct regions: North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa.
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