Promotion of callus formation by abscisic Acid in citrus bud cultures.

@article{Altman1971PromotionOC,
  title={Promotion of callus formation by abscisic Acid in citrus bud cultures.},
  author={Arie Altman and Raphael Goren},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1971},
  volume={47 6},
  pages={844-6}
}
Abscisic acid is known to control different phases of plant growth processes, and its physiological effects have been recently reviewed (1, 12). Although its inhibitory effects are numerous (1), cases of growth promotion by ABA are scarce (10, 11). Some interactions of ABA with other growth substances, mainly with gibberellic acid, in promoting growth of cucumber hypocotyls (2), and with kinetin, in the growth of soybean callus (3), were also reported. While studying the development of citrus… CONTINUE READING
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