Cellular and Morphogenic Reorientation Induced by Inserting Foreign DNA
Although the molecular bases underlaying plant development are poorly understood, it is widely accepted that plant growth and differentiation are greatly influenced by several classes of phytohormones. A classical example is the control of organogenesis in tissue-cultured tobacco by auxins and cytokinins (Skoog and Miller, 1957).
KeywordsTransgenic Plant Hairy Root rolC Gene Isopentenyl Pyrophosphate Hairy Root Induction
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