Contents of abscisic acid and cytokinins in shoots during dehydration of wheat seedlings
Accumulation of ABA in shoots during 30-min dehydration of wheat seedlings was accompanied by the decline in the content of zeatin nucleotide and the accumulation of zeatin 9-N-glucoside. The total content of zeatin derivatives as well as the content of free base of zeatin remained almost constant.
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