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Gibberellins in developing potato tubers


, : Gibberellins in developing potato tubers. Biochemistry and chemistry of plant growth regulators Proceedings of the international symposium held in Cottbus, German Democratic Re ic, September 24-26, 1974 [Schreiber, K; Schutte, HR; Sembdner, G Editors]: 99-107

Activity of different GA-like substances in potato tubers was investigated. Peaks of high GA activity were found during intensive growth of tubers and again during dormancy, preceding sprouting. The lowest GA activity was observed during deep dormancy. At the 1st peak both acidic and chemically neutral GA-like substances were abundant. During the 2nd peak the acidic ones predominated.

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