Hormonal Aspects of Phase Change and Precocious Flowering

@inproceedings{Zimmerman1985HormonalAO,
  title={Hormonal Aspects of Phase Change and Precocious Flowering},
  author={Richard H. Zimmerman and Wesley P. Hackett and Richard Persons Pharis},
  year={1985}
}
Phase change, the transition from juvenility to maturity, is an intriguing phenomenon in plant development that is observed most widely, but not exclusively, in woody perennial plants. As a plant develops following seed germination, a number of its characteristics change with time, independently but in a more or less coordinated manner. The earlier, juvenile, stage in this development is characterized, among other things, by a general absence of flowering and a ready ability to initiate… CONTINUE READING

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