Apical dominance and the levels of indole acetic acid in Phaseolus lateral buds
Received: 05 November 1976 Accepted: 19 November 1976 DOI:
10.1007/BF00384970 Cite this article as: Hillman, J.R., Math, V.B. & Medlow, G.C. Planta (1977) 134: 191. doi:10.1007/BF00384970 Abstract
Combined gas chromatography-mass spectrometry procedures have been used to establish that the indole acetic acid levels of lateral buds from
Phaseolus seedlings rise following removal of the shoot apex. Key words Apical dominance Indole Acetic Acid Lateral buds Phaseolus Abbreviations GC
combined gas liquid chromatography mass spectrometry
indole acetic acid
gas liquid chromatography
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