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Faculty Publications, Working Papers

RMU Research #: 25302
Title: Cell Division and Hormonal Status-In Cell Culture and Root Formation Model
Author/PI: Maria V Kalevitch;   Kefeli V., Karanova S., Borsari B., and M. Puhn
Date(s): 09/15/2003 - 09/21/2003
Category: Science
Type: Conference Paper
Description: Plant hormone sensitive and non-sensitive cultures of Dioscorea deltoidea were used.Both types of cells contained the same amount of natural plant hormone-auxin that is responsible for the root formation. During the root formation process in bean plants auxin levels decreased but the amount of auxin-related enzyme increased.
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