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Leaf stomatal resistance, ethylene evolution and ABA levels as influenced by (2-Chloroethyl) phosphonic acid

by Vitagliano, C; Hoad, G.V.
Publisher: Mar 1978ISSN: 0304-4238.Subject(s): FISIOLOGIA | ESTOMA | COFFEA ARABICA | OLEA EUROPAEA | PRUNUS PERSICA | PHASEOLUS VULGARIS | CAPSICUM ANNUUM | FICUS CARICA | PRUNUS CERASUS | ETILENO | ACIDO ABSCISICO | STOMATA | COFFEA ARABICA | OLEA EUROPAEA | PRUNUS PERSICA | PHASEOLUS VULGARIS | CAPSICUM ANNUUM | FICUS CARICA | PRUNUS CERASUS | ETHYLENE | ABSCISIC ACID | STOMATE | COFFEA ARABICA | OLEA EUROPAEA | PRUNUS PERSICA | PHASEOLUS VULGARIS | CAPSICUM ANNUUM | FICUS CARICA | PRUNUS CERASUS | ETHYLENE | ACIDE ABSCISSIQUE In: Scientia Horticulturae (Países Bajos) v. 8(2) p. 101-106Summary: The effect on stomacal resistance of ethylene released from ethepon sprays has been studied in 8 species of plants. Ethepon always increased stomatal resistance, but in some species only slightly. In olive and peach, increased stomatal resistance in treated plants was associated with more abscisic acid in the leaf tissue
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The effect on stomacal resistance of ethylene released from ethepon sprays has been studied in 8 species of plants. Ethepon always increased stomatal resistance, but in some species only slightly. In olive and peach, increased stomatal resistance in treated plants was associated with more abscisic acid in the leaf tissue

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