Quo vadis plant hormone analysis?

@article{Tarkowsk2014QuoVP,
  title={Quo vadis plant hormone analysis?},
  author={Danu{\vs}e Tarkowsk{\'a} and Ondřej Nov{\'a}k and Krist{\'y}na Flokov{\'a} and Petr Tarkowski and Veronika Ture{\vc}kov{\'a} and Jiř{\'i} Gr{\'u}z and Jakub Rolcik and Miroslav Strnad},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2014},
  volume={240},
  pages={55-76}
}
Plant hormones act as chemical messengers in the regulation of myriads of physiological processes that occur in plants. To date, nine groups of plant hormones have been identified and more will probably be discovered. Furthermore, members of each group may participate in the regulation of physiological responses in planta both alone and in concert with members of either the same group or other groups. The ideal way to study biochemical processes involving these signalling molecules is ‘hormone… CONTINUE READING

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