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The release of cyto kinins by maize roots


, : The release of cyto kinins by maize roots. Plant Science Letters 7(4): 279-284

The natural cytokinins present in maize [Zea mays] roots were not only transported to the shoots but were also released into the medium in which the plants were growing. These natural cytokinins probably play a major role in controlling the germination of parasitic angiosperms [Striga and Orobanche].

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