Jasmonates Inhibit Flowering in Short-Day Plant Pharbitis nil

@article{Maciejewska2004JasmonatesIF,
  title={Jasmonates Inhibit Flowering in Short-Day Plant Pharbitis nil},
  author={Beata Daria Maciejewska and Jacek Kęsy and Marlena Zielińska and Jan Kopcewicz},
  journal={Plant Growth Regulation},
  year={2004},
  volume={43},
  pages={1-8}
}
The role of jasmonates in the photoperiodic flower induction of short-day plant Pharbitis nil was investigated. The plants were grown in a special cycle: 72 h of darkness, 24 h of white light with lowered intensity, 24-h long inductive night, 14 days of continuous light. At 4 h of inductive night the cotyledons of non-induced plants contained about two times the amount of endogenous jasmonates (JA/JA-Me) compared to those induced. A 15-min long pulse of far red light (FR) applied at the end of… CONTINUE READING

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