Ethylene production throughout growth and development of plants.

@article{Wheeler2004EthylenePT,
  title={Ethylene production throughout growth and development of plants.},
  author={Raymond M. Wheeler and Barbara V Peterson and Gary W. Stutte},
  journal={HortScience : a publication of the American Society for Horticultural Science},
  year={2004},
  volume={39 7},
  pages={1541-5}
}
Ethylene production by 10 or 20 m2 stands of wheat, soybean, lettuce, potato, and tomato was monitored throughout growth and development in an atmospherically closed plant chamber. Chamber ethylene levels varied among species and rose during periods of canopy expansion and rapid growth for all species. Following this, ethylene levels either declined during seed fill and maturation for wheat and soybean, or remained relatively constant for potato and tomato (during flowering and early fruit… CONTINUE READING
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