Brandt iH026a plant growth regulator
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iH026a is a formulation containing a biochemical class of plant growth regulator that modulates glycoconjugation through the plant lectin cycle. While lectins are common to vascular plants, we observed, consistent with reversible binding of sugars from lectins, enhancements of quantities and qualities of various features, including significant enrichment of Brix soluble sugars compared to controls in cherry, grape, and melon in trials conducted in Arizona and California, USA.
Additional key wordsagriculture glycoside Govindjee plant growth regulator photosynthate respiration Z-scheme
analyses of variance
carbon reactions of photosynthesis
plant growth regulator
95% confidence interval
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