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Plant hormones and flowering in coffee

by Veen, R. Van der.
Publisher: Oct 1968Subject(s): FISIOLOGIA | FLORACION | LLUVIA | FOTOPERIODISMO | ACIDO GIBERELICO | ESTIMULANTES DEL CRECIMIENTO | COFFEA CANEPHORA | COFFEA ARABICA | ACIDO ABSCISICO | ACIDO INDOLACETICO | PAISES BAJOS | DORMANCIA | RELACIONES HIDRICAS | FLOWERING | RAIN | PHOTOPERIODICITY | GIBBERELLIC ACID | COFFEA CANEPHORA | COFFEA ARABICA | ABSCISIC ACID | INDOLEACETIC ACID | NETHERLANDS | FLORAISON | PLUIE | PHOTOPERIODICITE | ACIDE GIBBERELLIQUE | COFFEA CANEPHORA | COFFEA ARABICA | ACIDE ABSCISSIQUE | ACIDE INDOLACETIQUE | PAYS BAS In: Acta Botánica Neerlándica (Países Bajos) v. 17(5) p. 373-376Summary: Coffee plants are short day plants; the developing buds go into dormancy after having reached a considerable bright. This dormancy can be broken by: 1) rain after a dry spell, 2) application of GA. It can be maintained by the application of ABA
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Coffee plants are short day plants; the developing buds go into dormancy after having reached a considerable bright. This dormancy can be broken by: 1) rain after a dry spell, 2) application of GA. It can be maintained by the application of ABA

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