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DIE WIRKUNG DES „GIBBERELLINANTAGONISTEN“ 2-CHLORÄTHYLTRIMETHYLAMMONIUMCHLORID (CCC) AUF DIE STECKLINGSBEWURZELUNG WINDENDER UND NICHT WINDENDER PFLANZEN

Eike Libbert and Eike Krelle
Planta
70. Bd., 1. H. (1966), pp. 95-98
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23366264
Page Count: 4
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DIE WIRKUNG DES „GIBBERELLINANTAGONISTEN“ 2-CHLORÄTHYLTRIMETHYLAMMONIUMCHLORID (CCC) AUF DIE STECKLINGSBEWURZELUNG WINDENDER UND NICHT WINDENDER PFLANZEN
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Abstract

Root initiation at cuttings is inhibited by application of gibberellin. CCC does not antagonize this inhibition. However, CCC stimulates root initiation at cuttings of three different species of twining plants known to be rich in endogenous gibberellin. CCC seems to be an antagonist for endogenous but not for exogenous gibberellin, which suggests that CCC influences gibberellin biosynthesis.

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