auxins


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auxins

A plant growth substance that occurs naturally and can be synthesized to control plant growth.
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If either pruned or fed, the auxins (plant growth hormones that stimulate vegetative development) may override the chemical signals received by the shortening days and remain in growth late into the season.
However all auxins were able to develop direct root with significant differences between the different auxins (p < 0.
Ethylene may also enhance the sensitivity to auxins (Visser et al.
Currently, there are five general classes of known plant hormones auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, abscisic acid, and ethylene.
The biological activity of BRs sometimes resemble those of auxins, ethylene or gibberellins.
There are six classes of plant hormones: auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, abscisic acid, ethylene, and brassinosteroids.
Natural cytokinins and auxins, along with hormones and vitamins, increase plant growth and yield, strengthen stems, and improve seed germination.
Hormones discussed include cytokinin, gibberellins, auxins, polyamines, and growth regulators used for improvement work, such as mefludide, uniconazole, and ethiphon.
Auxins are a class of plant hormones that function at low concentrations to regulate the growth and development of plants.
Development in plants is controlled by a number of morphogenic hormones including the auxins.