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The discovery of the gibberellins stems from studies of a soil-borne disease of rice, the so-called bakanae disease, caused by infection by the fungus Gibberella fujikuroi. The classical publications, describing the critical steps in this discovery of a new series of plant growth-regulating compounds, are those of Kurosawa (170) who in 1926 first showed that cell-free filtrates from cultures of the fungus contained a growth-promoting principle, and Yabuta and Hayashi (340) who in 1939 first obtained crystalline active material for which they coined the name gibberellin. Until 1954 virtually all publications on these substances were Japanese; access to the numerous early Japanese publications has been greatly simplified for many readers by the publication by Stodola (292) of his invaluable Source Book on Gibberellin, 1828–1957.

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Gibberellic Acid Absolute Configuration Ethylenic Bond Flower Primordia Rosette Plant 
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