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Role of Endogenous Hormonal System in the Realization of the Antistress Action of Plant Growth Regulators on Plants

  title={Role of Endogenous Hormonal System in the Realization of the Antistress Action of Plant Growth Regulators on Plants},
  author={Farida Shakirova and Azamat Avalbaev and Marina Bezrukova and Guzel R. Kudoyarova},
The endogenous hormonal system plays a leading role in the regulation of growth and development of plants. This regulatory system responds sensitively to even slight changes in the plant environment, which is manifested in reorganization of the hormonal status. Detrimental factors lead to an imbalance in the content of different groups of phytohormones, as a rule reflected in the accumulation of abscisic acid (ABA) and in a parallel decline in the content of metabolism-stimulating hormones… 
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