Auxin-Induced Epinasty of Tobacco Leaf Tissues (A Nonethylene-Mediated Response).

@article{Keller1997AuxinInducedEO,
  title={Auxin-Induced Epinasty of Tobacco Leaf Tissues (A Nonethylene-Mediated Response).},
  author={Christopher P. Keller and Elizabeth Van Volkenburgh},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={113 2},
  pages={603-610}
}
Interveinal strips (10 x 1.5 mm) excised from growing tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L. cv Xanthi) leaves curled >300[deg] when incubated for 20 h in 5 to 500 [mu]M [alpha]-naphthalene acetic acid or 50 to 500 [mu]M indole-3-acetic acid. Epinasty was not induced without auxin or by the auxin analog [beta]-naphthalene acetic acid, and less substantial epinasty was induced in midrib and vein segments. Auxin treatment increased the length of both surfaces of strips. Curvature resulted from greater… CONTINUE READING
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