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Folke K. Skoog 1908–2001

Some Selected Publications of Folke Skoog

  • Thimann KV and Skoog F (1934) On the inhibition of bud development and other functions of growth substance inVicia faba. Proc Roy Soc B 114: 317–339.

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  • Skoog F (1935) The effect of X-irradiation on auxin and plant growth. J Cell Comp Physiol 7: 227–270.

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  • Skoog F (1937) A deseededAvena test method for small amounts of auxin and auxin precursors. J Gen Physiol 20: 331–334.

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  • Skoog F (1940) Relations between zinc and auxin in the growth of higher plants. Am J Bot 31: 19–24.

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  • Skoog F (1944) Growth and organ formation in tobacco tissue cultures. Am J Bot 31: 19–24.

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  • Skoog F (1950 Chemical control of growth and organ formation in plant tissues. In: Colloque International du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique sur la Morphogéenèse, L’Année Biologiqueee Biologique 26: 545–562.

  • Skoog F (1954) Substances involved in normal growth and differentiation of plants. In: Abnormal and Pathological Plant Growth. Brookhaven National Laboratory Symposia in Biology 6: 1–21.

  • Holm-Hansen O, Gerloff GC and Skoog F (1954) Cobalt is an essential element for blue-green algae. Physiol Plant 7: 665–667.

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  • Miller CO, Skoog F, Okumura FS, von Saltza M, and Strong FW (1956) Isolation, structure and synthesis of kinetin, a substance promoting cell division. J Am Chem Soc 78: 1375–1380

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  • Skoog F and Miller CO (1975) Chemical regulation of growth and organ formation in plant tissues culturein vitro. In: Biological Action of Growth Substances. Symp Soc Exp Biol 11: 118–131.

  • Patau K, Das NK and Skoog F (1957) Induction of DNA synthesis by kinetin and indolacetic acid in excised pith tissue. Physiol Plant 10: 949–966.

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  • Murashige T and Skoog F (1962) A revised medium for rapid growth and bioassays with tobacco tissue cultures. Physiol Plant 18: 100–127.

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  • Skoog F, Hamzi HQ, Szweykowska NJ, Leonard NJ, Carraway KL, Fujii T, Helgeson JP and Loeppky (1957) Cytokinins: Structure/activity relations. Phytochemistry 6: 1169–1192.

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  • Skoog F and Leonard NJ (1968) Sources and structure/activity relationships of cytokinins. In: Wightman F and Setterfield G (eds), Biochemistry and Physiology of Plant Growth Regulators, pp 1–18, Runge Press, Ontario, Canada

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  • Skoog F and Armstrong DJ (1970) Cytokinins. Ann Rev Plant Physiol 21: 359–384.

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  • Skoog F, Schmitz RY, Hecht SM, and Frye RB (1975) Anticytokinin activity of substituted pyrrolo-(2–3-d)pyrimidines. Proc Natl Acad Sci (USA) 72: 3508–3512.

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  • Armstrong DJ, Murai N, Taller BJ and Skoog F (1976) Incorporation of cytokinin N6-benzyladenine into tobacco callus transfer ribonucleic acid and ribosomal ribonucleic acid preparations. Plant Physiol 57: 15–22.

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  • Mornet R, Theiler JB, Leonard NJ, Schmitz RY, Moore HF III and Skoog F (1979) Active cytokinins photoaffinity labeled to detect binding. Plant Physiol 64: 600–610.

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  • Murai N, Skoog F, Doyle ME and Hanson RS (1980) Relationships between cytokinin production, presence of plasmids and fasciation caused by strains ofCorynebacterium fascians. Proc Natl Acad Sci (USA) 77: 619–623.

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Newcomb, E.H. Folke K. Skoog 1908–2001. Plant Mol Biol Rep 19, 109–112 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02772151

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