Shooting Control in Eucalyptus Grandis × E. urophylla Hybrid: Comparative Effects of 28-Homocastasterone and a 5α-Monofluoro Derivative

@article{PereiraNetto2006ShootingCI,
  title={Shooting Control in Eucalyptus Grandis × E. urophylla Hybrid: Comparative Effects of 28-Homocastasterone and a 5α-Monofluoro Derivative},
  author={Adaucto Bellarmino de Pereira-Netto and M. M. C. Carvalho-Oliveira and Jaime Alejandro Nieto Ramirez and Lydia R. Galagovsky},
  journal={Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture},
  year={2006},
  volume={86},
  pages={329-335}
}
28-Homocastasterone (28-HCTS), a brassinosteroid, was used to treat in vitro-grown shoots of a hybrid between Eucalyptus grandis and E. urophylla. Treated shoots showed enhanced elongation and formation of new main shoots (the shoots originating directly from the initial explant) at low doses. Coincidently, there was reduced elongation and formation of primary lateral shoots (shoots originating from the main shoot). However, a 5α-monofluoro derivative of 28-HCTS (5F-HCTS) was unable to either… CONTINUE READING

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