6 edition of Plant growth substances in agriculture found in the catalog.
Plant growth substances in agriculture
Robert J. Weaver
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|Statement||[by] Robert J. Weaver.|
|LC Classifications||SB128 .W4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 594 p.|
|Number of Pages||594|
|LC Control Number||71166964|
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Hardy R.W.F. () Chemical Plant Growth Regulation in World Agriculture. In: Scott T.K. (eds) Plant Regulation and World Agriculture. Nato Advanced Study Institutes Series Cited by: 9. These chemicals substances are called Plant Growth Regulators and are produced naturally by the plants itself.
These are simple organic molecules having several chemical compositions. They are also described as phytohormones, plant growth substances, or plant growth hormones. They can accelerate as well as retard the rate of growth in plants.
The 13th International Conference on Plant Growth Substances was held from the 17th to the 26th July, in Calgary, Alberta Canada under the auspices of the IPGSA (International Plant Growth Substances Association) and the University of Calgary.
Over participants from allover the world. Plant Growth Regulators can be of a diverse chemical composition such as gases (ethylene), terpenes (gibberellic acid) or carotenoid derivates (abscisic acid). They are also referred to as plant growth substances, phytohormones or plant hormones.
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For growth, plant organs always need sufficient supply of food which is digested and assimilated to form substances like cellulose to construct the skeleton of the plants. protected by judicious use of plant growth hormones. Plant growth hormones are organic substances produced naturally in the higher plants, controlling growth or other physiological functions at a site remote from its place of production, and active in minute amounts.
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PLANT HORMONES AND GROWTH-REGULATING SUBSTANCES By John W. Mitchell, Research Plant Physiologist, Crops Research Division and George A. Livingston, Senior Staff Associate, Institutional Relations, National Science Foundation Agriculture Handbook No.
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