Flowering Response of Pharbitis nil to Agents Affecting Cytoplasmic pH.

@article{Friedman1990FloweringRO,
  title={Flowering Response of Pharbitis nil to Agents Affecting Cytoplasmic pH.},
  author={Haya Friedman and Hanna Spiegelstein and Eliezer E. Goldschmidt and Abraham H. Halevy},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1990},
  volume={94 1},
  pages={
          114-9
        }
}
Permeant weak acids and auxins have been shown to reduce the cytosplasmic pH in several systems. Lactic, citric, formic, butyric, salicylic, parahydroxybenzoic, propionic acid, and sodium propionate inhibited the flowering response of Pharbitis nil seedlings when applied immediately before an inductive dark period. The acidic auxins IAA, indolebutyric, and alpha-naphtaleneacetic acid, as well as the nonacidic auxin alpha-naphtaleneaceteamid, also inhibited the flowering response. Inhibition was… CONTINUE READING
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