what is meant by bolting ?
Where was auxins first discovered?
what is senescence ?
Asked by Tubhyam | 23rd Mar, 2019, 01:06: PM
- In horticulture, bolting refers to the premature production of flowering stems, especially on horticultural and agricultural crops.
- In 1928, Dutch botanist Fritz W. Went isolated auxin diffused out from the tip of oat coleoptiles in the gelatin block. Following Went's success, auxin, indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) was then isolated first from human urine, then from fungi, and finally from higher plants.
- Plant senescence is the process of aging in plants.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 23rd Mar, 2019, 01:18: PM
- whats pruning?
- is the site of synthesis and the site of action the same for gibberellin, auxin and cytokinins? please explain.
- why is cytokinins used to keep flowers fresh for a long time? why can't gibberellin or auxin be used instead of cytokinins to keep flowers fresh for a long time?
- Growth-retarding hormone in plants.
- Why are gibberellin used in food industry and brewing industry?
- Which hormones cause the tropic movements in plants?
- Role of Auxins in plants ?
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