Growth Inhibitor Activity in Xanthium in Relation to Photoperiodism.

@article{Khudairi1954GrowthIA,
  title={Growth Inhibitor Activity in Xanthium in Relation to Photoperiodism.},
  author={A. Khudairi and E. Bonde},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1954},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={
          533-6
        }
}
Indirect evidence has indicated that a relationship exists between auxin level and the flowering phenomenon in various plants. Hamner and Bonner (8) found that the application of indoleacetic acid in lanolin decreased the amount of flowering response in the shortday plant Xanthium grown under conditions of short photoperiod. Bonner and Thurlow (4) and van Senden (18) showed that auxin applied to the leaves of short-day plants inhibited flowering. Furthermore, when auxin antagonists were applied… Expand
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