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Future directions in plant hormone research

Abstract

Future directions in plant hormone research are discussed, with particular reference to the regulation of hormone biosynthesis, hormone perception, and signal transduction.

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Beale, M.H., Sponsel, V.M. Future directions in plant hormone research. J Plant Growth Regul 12, 227–235 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00213039

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Keywords

  • Plant Hormone
  • Ethylene Biosynthesis
  • Aleurone Protoplast
  • Tryptophan Auxotroph
  • Hormone Perception