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Methods of studying plant hormones and growth-regulating substances.

@inproceedings{Mitchell1968MethodsOS,
  title={Methods of studying plant hormones and growth-regulating substances.},
  author={F. Mitchell and G. Livingston},
  year={1968}
}
Calcium deficiency and auxin transport in Cucurbita pepo L. seedlings
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Structural characterization and auxin properties of dichlorinated indole-3-acetic acids
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Biochemistry and Physiology of Herbicide Action
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Benzothiazole derivatives substituted in position 2 as biologically active substances with plant growth regulation activity
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Immunoaffinity chromatography combined with tandem mass spectrometry: A new tool for the selective capture and analysis of brassinosteroid plant hormones.
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Despite the fact that the methods for auxin determination have evolved since the initial bioassays, few of the techniques developed over the years have been completely abandoned and many of them are still used in routine auxin analyses today. Expand
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Quo vadis plant hormone analysis?
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AN IN-VITRO SCREENING METHOD TO STUDY THE ACTIVITY POTENTIAL OF BIOFERTILIZERS BASED ON TRICHODERMA AND BACILLUS SP.
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