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Perspectives in the hormone physiology of tropical crops. Responses to water stress


, : Perspectives in the hormone physiology of tropical crops. Responses to water stress. World Crops 25: 295

Mention is made of the tomato mutant flacca, which tends to wilt rapidly during the early stages of growth due to lower abscisic acid content.

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