Experiments on Growth and Inhibition. I.--The Increase of Inhibition with Distance

@article{Snow1931ExperimentsOG,
  title={Experiments on Growth and Inhibition. I.--The Increase of Inhibition with Distance},
  author={R. Snow},
  journal={Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences},
  year={1931},
  volume={108},
  pages={209-223}
}
  • R. Snow
  • Published 1931
  • Biology
  • Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
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 entirely from three or four of its developing leave acting together (6). A single developing leaf was found usually to inhibit only partially—that is to say, sufficiently to delay the growth of an axillary bud below it, but not to check it completely. The strength of this partial inhibiting effect was… Expand

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