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Experiments on Growth and Inhibition. Part II.--New Phenomena of Inhibition
If young seedlings of pisum sativum or Vicia faba are decapitated in the epicotyl, the axillary buds of the cotyledons grow out, so that plants are formed with two shoots springing from the sameExpand
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Phytohormones
THIS book will prove very valuable as it reviews admirably a field in which the contributions have recently been so numerous that it is difficult to follow them all. (The authors give references toExpand
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ON THE NATURE OF CORRELATIVE INHIBITION
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ACTIVATION OF CAMBIAL GROWTH BY PURE HORMONES
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THE YOUNG LEAF AS THE INHIBITING ORGAN
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Experiments on Growth and Inhibition. I.--The Increase of Inhibition with Distance
Experiments were recently reported showing that, in young seedlings of Pisum sativum , the complete inhibiting effect which the shoot exerts upon its axillary buds comes entirely or almost entirelyExpand
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Experiments on Growth and Inhibition. Part III--Inhibition and Growth Promotion
In a Leguminous seedling, and probably in most young Dicotyledons, the rapidly growing leaves near the apex of the shoot inhibit the growth of axillary buds (except of those that are very closeExpand
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ON THE INTERPRETATION OF GEOSTROPHIC AND AUXIN TORSIONS
The purpose of this paper is to analyse and interpret, so far as is possible, the natural geostrophic torsions of growing organs, and also those caused by applied auxin, in the light of evidenceExpand
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ON THE SHOOT APEX AND PHYLLOTAXIS OF COSTUS
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The Integration of Plant Behaviour. III.--The Effect of Gravity on the Growth of Roots
The question whether the transverse stimulus of gravity affects the rate of growth of various parts of plants has been often investigated, but with results that are in part very contradictory. For aExpand
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