Hormonal Regulation of Development II: The Functions of by T. K. Scott (auth.), Professor Tom K. Scott (eds.)

By T. K. Scott (auth.), Professor Tom K. Scott (eds.)

This is the second one of the set of 3 volumes within the Encyclopedia of Plant body structure, New sequence, that might conceal the world of the hormonal rules of plant development and improvement. the final plan for the set assumes that this zone of plant body structure is satisfactorily mature for a evaluate of present knowl­ facet to be prepared by way of unifying rules and strategies. studies some time past have in most cases taken care of every one type of hormone separately, yet this set of volumes is subdivided in accordance with the houses universal to all periods. Such a firm allows the exam of the speculation that differing sessions of hormones, performing in response to universal ideas, are determinants of methods and levels in plant improvement. additionally in accordance with this subject matter, a plant hormone is outlined as a compound with the houses held in universal by way of the local participants of the famous sessions of hormone. present wisdom of the hormonal rules of plant improvement is grouped in order that the 3 volumes give some thought to advancing degrees of organizational complexity, viz: molecular and subcellular; cells, tissues, organs, and the plant as an prepared complete; and the plant on the subject of its environment.

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However, the typical effect of auxin is to promote cell elongation, especially in segments of shoot or coleoptile tissue. At low concentrations the auxins also promote cell elongation in roots (SCOTT 1972) so that, in general, they are viewed as stimulators of cell expansion at physiological concentrations. Gibberellins also promote cell elongation (KAUFMAN and JONES 1974). GA promotes cell elongation in either excised or intact internode tissue, while endogenous levels of GA correlate well with growth rates in certain dwarf (PHINNEY 1956) and normal plants (DURLEY et al.

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