Maintenance of shoot growth by endogenous ABA: genetic assessment of the involvement of ethylene suppression.

@article{Lenoble2004MaintenanceOS,
  title={Maintenance of shoot growth by endogenous ABA: genetic assessment of the involvement of ethylene suppression.},
  author={Mary E Lenoble and William G. Spollen and Robert E. Sharp},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2004},
  volume={55 395},
  pages={237-45}
}
Previous work demonstrated that normal levels of endogenous abscisic acid (ABA) are required to maintain shoot growth in well-watered tomato plants independently of effects of hormone status on plant water balance. The results suggested that the impairment of shoot growth in ABA-deficient mutants is at least partly attributable to increased ethylene production. To assess the extent to which ABA maintains shoot growth by ethylene suppression, the growth of ABA-deficient (aba2-1) and ethylene… CONTINUE READING

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