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DATE

1972

AUTHORS

Charles A. West , R. Ray Fall

ABSTRACT

Studies of the mode of action of a family of plant hormones are of great interest to the plant physiologist. But at the same time the mechanisms which govern the production of that group of growth regulatory substances must be examined for possible clues as to how environmental factors interact with the plant and regulate its development. The problem of the biosynthesis of the plant hormones can be considered at several levels, although naturally these different aspects are highly interrelated: (1) the biosynthetic pathway, that is the sequence of intermediate structures leading from metabolites of the central metabolic pathways to the active regulatory agent or agents; (2) the nature of the enzymes involved in these steps; (3) the localization and organization of this biosynthetic machinery within the various tissues, cell-types and organelles of the plant; and (4) the regulation of activity of this biosynthetic sequence by the metabolic and environmental factors to which the plant responds. Information in these areas will lead to a better understanding of the natural regulation of plant development and may suggest ways of modifying a plant’s response to its environment. More... »

PAGES

133-142

Book

TITLE

Plant Growth Substances 1970

ISBN

978-3-642-65408-4
978-3-642-65406-0

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-65406-0_19

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