On the use of morphactin and triiodobenzoic acid in apical dominance studies


Application of either CFM or TIBA to bean plants caused four main effects: (i) inhibition of main shoot and leaf growth; (ii) abscission of young leaflets and internodes; (iii) limited outgrowth of lateral buds below the point of application of the substances followed by abscission of these buds; (iv) abscission of all other lateral buds. Although the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00397941


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