Early genes and auxin action.

@article{Abel1996EarlyGA,
  title={Early genes and auxin action.},
  author={Steffen Abel and Athanasios Theologis},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1996},
  volume={111 1},
  pages={9-17}
}
The plant hormone IAA (or auxin) is central to the control of plant growth and development. Processes governed by auxin in concert with other plant growth regulators include development of vascular tissues, formation of lateral and adventitious roots, control of apical dominance, and tropic responses (Went and Thimann, 1937). At the leve1 of cellular physiology, auxin profoundly affects turgor, elongation, division, and cell differentiation, the major driving and shaping forces in morphogenesis… CONTINUE READING
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