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The effects of methyl jasmonate (MJ) and abscisic acid (ABA) on some physiological processes of rice were compared. MJ exhibited ABA-like effects by promoting senescence of detached leaves, by inducing acid phosphatase activity of detached leaves, by inhibiting ethylene production and shoot growth of seedlings, as well as inhibiting callus formation from(More)
Suspension-cultured rice cells growth was markedly inhibited and ammonium content increased when rice cells were deprived of phosphate. When rice cells were cultured at increasing concentrations of ammonium chloride, ammonium content increased, however, no significant inhibition of cell growth was observed. Addition of D-arginine, an inhibitor of putrescine(More)
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