Indole-3-acetic acid in the culture medium of two axenic green microalgae

  title={Indole-3-acetic acid in the culture medium of two axenic green microalgae},
  author={Hanna Mazur and A. Konop and Romuald Synak},
  journal={Journal of Applied Phycology},
In the view of the facts that algal extracts have been used in agriculture asa source of plant growth stimulating agents and IAA has been shown to bepresent in the extracts, a study was planned to establish whether or notaxenic algae can produce IAA. Evidence is provided for extracellular IAAproduction during culture of two axenic green microalgae. IAAidentification was based on co-chromatography with the standard, analysisof UV and fluorescent spectra, and gas chromatography – selectedion… CONTINUE READING
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