The role of gibberellin biosynthesis in the control of growth and flowering in Matthiola incana
Recently, it was found that stem elongation and flowering of stock Matthiola incana (L.) R. Br. are promoted by exogenous gibberellins (GAs), including GA4, and also by acylcyclohexanedione inhibitors of GA biosynthesis, such as prohexadione-calcium (PCa) and trinexapac-ethyl (TNE). Here, because it was unclear how GA biosynthetic inhibitors could promote stem elongation and flowering, their effect on GA biosynthesis has been examined by quantifying endogenous GA levels; also, the sensitivity...[Show more]
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