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Plant Growth Bioregulators

Plant Growth Bioregulators

Plant Growth Bioregulators. 4 th Year(Special Botany Students). Prof. Dr. H. S. Aldesuquy. Questions. * Where are auxins produced by the plant? How are they transported? * What effect do auxins have on shoot growth?

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Plant Growth Bioregulators

Plant Growth Bioregulators

Plant Growth Bioregulators. 4 th Year(Special Botany Students). Prof. Dr. H. S. Aldesuquy. Questions. * Where are auxins produced by the plant? How are they transported? * What effect do auxins have on shoot growth?

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Plant Growth Bioregulators

Plant Growth Bioregulators

Plant Growth Bioregulators. 4 th Year(Special Botany Students). Prof. Dr. H. S. Aldesuquy. Questions. * Where are auxins produced by the plant? How are they transported? * What effect do auxins have on shoot growth?

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