cytokinin


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Related to cytokinin: abscisic acid, Gibberellins

cytokinin

(sī′tə-kī′nĭn)
n.
Any of a class of plant hormones that promote cell division and growth and delay the senescence of leaves.

cytokinin

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Plant hormones such as indole-3 acetic acid, gibberellins, zeatin a cytokinin and abscisic acid were found in high concentration (Table 1).
The results on shoot multiplication show that BA was indispensable, and the number of shoots produced increased with the increasing of cytokinin concentration.
Screening and Characterization of Endophytic Bacteria Isolated from Tabernaemontana divaricata Plant for Cytokinin Production.
Xylogenic cultures Species Starting Inducers days frequency material required of TE for TE differen- differen- tiation tiation (%) after induction Zinnia isolated auxin and 3 40 elegans mesophyll cytokinin cells Arabidopsis cultured cells boron and 3 30 thaliana brassino- steroids Arabidopsis cultured cells VND6 over- 2 80 thaliana harboring expression inducible VND6 Arabidopsis leaves and bikinin, 3 ND thaliana cotyledons auxin and cytokinin
Changes in cytokinin and auxin concentrations in seaweed concentrates when stored at an elevated temperature.
have observed that kinetin is the first stable secondary DNA damage product characterized by well-defined cytokinin and anti-aging activity, with data showing that it has delayed human cellular aging in culture (Int.
Although the mechanism for hyperhydricity remains to be elucidated, it might take place during the axillary bud multiplication stage and has been correlated, among other factors, with the relatively high cytokinin level in the culture medium (Debergh 1983; Hazarika 2006).
3] was supplemented in MS medium compared to cytokinin alone and cytokininauxin combinations (Figure E).
The importance of auxin and cytokinin balance has been reported in regulating the apical dominance as well as morphogenetic events such as shoot formation and multiplication (Li & Bangerth 2003, Werner et al.
Cytokinins are perceived by CYTOKININ RESPONSE 1/ARABIDOPSIS HISTIDINE KINASE 4 (CRE1/AHK4), a membrane located histidine kinase receptor and employ a two-component signaling pathway, similar to the bacterial pathways.