what are the functions of plant hormone gibberlines in plant body
Asked by anshika adlakha | 6th Sep, 2014, 07:56: PM
Gibberellins are a group of plant hormones responsible for growth and development.
Gibberellins are growth hormones that stimulate cell elongation and cause plants to grow taller. Gibberellins also have a role in other processes in plants, including stem elongation, germination, flowering, and fruit ripening.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 7th Sep, 2014, 04:47: PM
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