Exogenously applied jasmonic acid induces changes in apical meristem morphology of potato stolons.

@article{Cenzano2003ExogenouslyAJ,
  title={Exogenously applied jasmonic acid induces changes in apical meristem morphology of potato stolons.},
  author={Ana M Cenzano and Ana E Vigliocco and Teresa S Kraus and Gyillermina Abdala},
  journal={Annals of botany},
  year={2003},
  volume={91 7},
  pages={915-9}
}
Hooked apex stolons and initial swelling stolons of potato plants were treated with 3 x 10-8 mol l-1 jasmonic acid (JA) to study the effect of this compound on histology, cell expansion and tissue differentiation. In hooked apex stolons, JA application increased the meristem thickness and reduced the length of the leaf primordia, whereas in initial swelling… CONTINUE READING