Auxin-Induced Growth of Tuber Tissue of Jerusalem Artichoke. VII. Effect of Cyclic 3′, 5′-Adenosine Monophosphate on the Auxin-induced Cell Expansion Growth
Cyclic 3′,5′-adenosine monophosphate (cyclic AMP) is well known to be a mediator of the action of some animal hormones (Robinson, et al, 1968). So far this compound has been shown to occur in various types of organisms ranging from microorganisms (Tao and Lipman, 1969) to higher organisms (Robinson, et al, 1968). Recent studies have made it clear that cyclic AMP is involved in various kinds of cellular regulation (Robinson, et al, 1968; Palman and Paston, 1968; Bonner, 1970).
KeywordsAdenosine Monophosphate Growth Solution Tuber Tissue Jerusalem Artichoke Fusarium Moniliforme
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