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effect of 2, 4-D and gibberellic acid on the glycoside content of Ornith0galum umbellatum.

Payuree Sorasuchart


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Effect of 2, 4-D and gibberellic acid on the glycoside content of Ornith0galum umbellatum by Payuree Sorasuchart Download PDF EPUB FB2

Gibberellic acid at concentrations between 10 and mg/1 greatly stimulated the elongation growth of intact dwarf pea plant but showed little or no effect on that of Alaska pea. Effect of GA on morph physiological characters and yield of kidney beans (Phaseiolus valgaris).

Agron. Crop. Sci., (2): [5]. Gelmesa Dandena, Bekele Abebie and Lemma Desalegn. Regulation of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) fruit setting and earliness by gibberellic acid and 2,4 dichlorophenoxy acetic acid application. Gibberellic acid and Beta-indole- acetic acid were used at concen- trations of 50, and ppm., Table 1.

Effecf of gibberellic acid, 2,4-D, and indole-acetic acid on growth of radicle and germinafion of infermediafe and pubescenf wheatgrass four days affer seeding. _____-___ ___ _ Intermediate Pubescent Mean. Combinations of gibberellic acid (GA 3) and 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) were evaluated to determine if GA 3 increased the effectiveness of 2,4-D on water hyacinths (Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) Solms) under field conditions.

Bulbous-leaved water hyacinths were grown outdoors in north Florida in containers during the – growing seasons with combinations of GA 3 at 0, 23 Cited by: 1.

concentration of 2,4-D reduced number of seeds per fruit while GA 3 reversed the effect of 2,4- D in most of the cases and improve d seed setting except at A study was made of the influences of gibberellic acid (GA 3), 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) and 6-benzylaminopurine (BA) on leafy inflorescences — and of GA 3 on entire trees — on fruit-set and 4-D and gibberellic acid on the glycoside content of Ornith0galum umbellatum.

book of Clementine mandarin (Citrus reticulata Blanco). Applying GA 3 to inflorescences of cultivar ‘Fino’ (seedless Clementine) between anthesis and 14 days after anthesis Cited by: The experiment was conducted at Melkassa Agricultural Research Center, Ethiopia with the objective to evaluate the effects of different concentrations and combinations of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) and gibberellic acid (GA3) spray on vegetative and reproductive growth components of tomato.

The experiment consists of two tomato varieties, one processing (Roma VF) and one fresh Cited by: 1. Ochoa et al.

JPACD (2 ) 1 50 Effect of substrate and gibberellic acid (GA3) on seed germination in ten cultivars of Opuntia sps. María Judith Ochoa1, 23, Luz Maritza González-Flores, José Manuel Cruz-Rubio2, Liberato Portillo3, Juan Florencio Gómez-Leyva1*.

1Facultad de Agronomía-UNSE, Av. Belgrano, Santiago del Estero, Size: KB. Effect of gibberellic acid (GA3) combined with saponin on shoot elongation of Asparagus officinalis was evaluated in tissue culture.

Addition of saponin to GA3 supplemented Murashige and Skoog (MS) basal medium showed a dose depended effect on shoot length of Asparagus officinalis. However, increasing concentration of saponin above mg dm−3 decreased shoot length and Cited by: 8.

Abstract. The discovery of the gibberellins stems from studies of a soil-borne disease of rice, the so-called bakanae disease, caused by infection by the fungus Gibberella classical publications, describing the critical steps in this discovery of a new series of plant growth-regulating compounds, are those of Kurosawa () who in first showed that cell-free filtrates from.

effectiveness of gibberellic acid. In the cultivar ‘Black Magic’, rhizome spraying caused earlier flowering, while in ‘Cameo’ a similar effect was obtained by soaking the rhizomes in gibbe-rellic acid.

Gibberellic acid had no effect on the quality of flo-wers and the number of leaves. Gibberellic acid had a good effe. sitivity of waterhyacinths to 2,4-D due to a synergistic effect of 2,4-D and gibberellic acid.

These investigations were conducted under greenhouse conditions in x x 50 cm concrete reservoirs. Plants were first treated with an atomizing spray system with concentrations of 2,4-D (amine salt) ranging from 0 to g/ha at a volume rate. The experiment was conducted at Melkassa Agricultural Research Center, Ethiopia with the objective to evaluate the effects of different concentrations and combinations of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) and gibberellic acid (GA3) spray on vegetative and reproductive growth components of by: 1.

Abstract. The research work aimed at investigating the effect of pre-harvest gibberellic acid (GA 3) treatment on the quality of ‘Obilnaja’ and ‘Black Star’ Japanese plum 3 was sprayed onto the trees during the fruit color break at 0, 25, 50, 75, and ppm concentrations.

After pre-cooling, the plums were placed in modified atmosphere packages and exposed to the Cited by: 3. Summary — A 2 year research project was carried out in Sicily (south Italy), in order to study the effects of gibberellic acid (GA3) (0, 1, 2 or 3 plant applications at 60 ppm) and sowing date (from 1 July to 10 August) on the timing of produc-tion and head yield of.

To address this question, we examined the effect of exogenous GA 4 and 2,2-dimethylGA 4 on germination of ga mutant seeds in the dark after FR light or FR/R light pulse treatment. 2,2-DimethylGA 4 is a synthetic analog of GA 4 that was previously designed to be resistant to 2β-hydroxylation (Fig.

4 A; Beale and MacMillan ).Cited by:.