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Auxin metabolism in relation to fruit ripening


, : Auxin metabolism in relation to fruit ripening. Acta Horticulturae ( 329): 84-89

One of the characteristic aspects of IAA metabolism is the formation of various conjugates both as endogenous products of normal metabolism and as products produced following treatment of tissue with IAA or other active auxin-like chemicals. The capacity of fruit tissue to form 14C-labelled IAA conjugates following treatment with 14C-IAA was studied by incubating pericarp tissue from tomato (cultivars Pik Red and Ailsa Craig) fruits with 200 micro M 14C-IAA.

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