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Gibberellin

A plant hormone isolated from a fungus; used in promoting plant growth.A plant substance that promotes meristematic growth at the root and shoot tips, dithering from auxins which inhibit root growth in high concentrations.gibberellin

(Science: protein) plant growth substance (phytohormone) involved in promotion of stem elongation, mobilisation of food reserves in seeds and other processes. Its absence results in the dwarfism of some plant varieties. Chemically all known gibberellins are gibberellic acids.


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... I know the headache, time and cost all come together when it calls for testing species by species and PGR by PGR. :x I have a bottle of 5% Gibberellin in liquid form. Diluted to 100pmm to 500ppm and foliar sprayed on Stevia raubadiana, Salvia officinalis, Orchid (I do not know the species), ...

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phytohormones

What are the basic function of the phytohormones auxin and gibberellin.? shal;l be glad to receive them in details with links.

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by kiran
Sat Feb 11, 2006 11:11 am
 
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Growth Hormones and how it can help the rainforest!

Well, do you know where I could get my hands on some Gibberellin? Because I would like to try it myself. -Nemi

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Fri Jan 20, 2006 3:56 pm
 
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