zeatin


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ze·a·tin

(zē'ă-tin),
A cytokinin first isolated from kernels of sweet corn.
Synonym(s): maize factor

zeatin

(zē′ə-tĭn)
n.
A cytokinin originally isolated from young corn kernels and found later in various other plants.

zeatin

(zē′ăt-ĭn) [ Zea, the genus name for corn (maize) + -in]
A cytotoxin that can be isolated from sweet corn.

zeatin

a CYTOKININ type of plant hormone extracted from the ENDOSPERM of maize fruits.
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The higher application of Zn inhibit germination and reduced the growth and development of chickpea (Tables 1-4; Figure 1) as application of Zn at higher concentration(1.0 and 10 mM Zn)causedelay and impeded the germination in chickpea due to decrease in gibberellic acid and zeatin in germinating seeds (Aticiet al.
Keywords: Biostimulants; Zeatin; Grain filling; Leaf senescence; Seed priming
Filter sterilized growth hormones BAP, IAA, IBA, zeatin, GA3, and AgN[O.sub.3] were added to the autoclaved medium as required.
Similarly two hundred isolates were tested rapidly for the production of cytokinin (Zeatin) by thin layer chromatography (TLC).
Moringa leaves contain a rich and rare combination of zeatin, quercetin and kaempferom that have shown potent anticancer, anti-inflammatory and antifungal activities (Patel et al., 2010).
Moringa contain zeatin that helps in slowing down of aging process.
Results indicated that moringa and sorghum extract containing growth promoting substances like zeatin, which delayed the process of aging and enhanced plant height (Yasmeen et al.
Both the Skin Calming Cream and the Advanced Night Repair contain natural growth factors kinetin and zeatin to help reduce the signs of photodamage.
oleifera is rich in zeatin, quercetin, beta-sitosterol, caffeoylquinic acid and kaempferol, a rare combination of important bioactive compounds.
However, on both growth media, budding and shooting percentages were higher at 2.5 than 5 mg/L zeatin concentration.