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Hormones as chemical signals involved in root to shoot communication of effects of changes in the soil environment

Hormones as chemical signals involved in root to shoot communication of effects of changes in the soil environment
Hormones as chemical signals involved in root to shoot communication of effects of changes in the soil environment
leaves, biochemical pathways, roots, growth, plants, ethylene, flooding
0408-007966
Butterworths
Davies, W.J.
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Metcalfe, J.C.
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Taylor, G.
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Zhang, J.
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Hoad, G.V.
Lenton, J.R.
Jackson, M.B.
Atkin, R.K.
Davies, W.J.
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Metcalfe, J.C.
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Taylor, G.
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Zhang, J.
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Hoad, G.V.
Lenton, J.R.
Jackson, M.B.
Atkin, R.K.

Davies, W.J., Metcalfe, J.C., Taylor, G. and Zhang, J. (1987) Hormones as chemical signals involved in root to shoot communication of effects of changes in the soil environment. In, Hoad, G.V., Lenton, J.R., Jackson, M.B. and Atkin, R.K. (eds.) Hormone Action in Plant Development: a Critical Appraisal. London, GB. Butterworths.

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Published date: 1987
Additional Information: Paper presented at the Tenth Long Ashton Symposium, organized jointly by the Long Ashton Research Station and the British Plant Growth Regulator Group, September, 1986
Keywords: leaves, biochemical pathways, roots, growth, plants, ethylene, flooding
Organisations: Centre for Biological Sciences

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Local EPrints ID: 362570
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/362570
ISBN: 0408-007966
PURE UUID: 250fa879-ec04-44ef-8b15-657bce39a804

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