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The influence of spectral quality on the internodal response of intact bean plants to brassins

, : The influence of spectral quality on the internodal response of intact bean plants to brassins. Physiologia Plantarum 51(3): 259-264

The response of pinto bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) plants to single application of brassins (10 mu g) in the 2nd-internode assay was determined under equal levels (90 mu E/m2s) of photosynthetically active radiation in a controlled environment provided by cool-white fluorescent (CWF) lamps, incandescent (INC) lamps or a combination of the 2 sources. Treatment of the 2nd internode with brassins produced a characteristic swelling of the treated internode irrespective of the spectral source used.


DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1981.tb04474.x

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