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Brown, A. W., Reeve, D. R., & Crozier, A. The effect of light on the Gibberellin metabolism and growth of Phaesolus coccineus seedlings. Planta 126, 83-91, 1975.
Burg, S. P., & Burg, E. A. The interaction between Auxin and Ethylene and its role in plant growth. PKAS 55, 262-69, 1966.
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Engelke, A. L., Hamzi, H. Q., & Skoog. F. Cytokinin-Gibberellin regulation of shoot development and leaf form in tobacco plantlets. Amer. J. of Botany 60, 491-95, 1973.
Esashi, Y., & Leopold, A. C. Plant Physiology 44, 1470, 1970.
Goeschl, J. D., Pratt, H. K., & Bonner, B. An effect of light on the production of Ethylene and the growth of the plumula portion of the etiolated pea seedling. Plant Physiology 42, 1077-80, 1967.
Goldthwaite, J. J. Further studies of hormone regulated senescence in Rumex leaf tissue. Plant Growth Substances, 1970, ed. D. J. Carr, pp. 581-88. Berlin: Springer, 1972.
Hayes, P. M., & Patrick J. W. Photosynthate transport in stems of Phaesolus vulgaris treated with Gibberellic Acid, Indole 3-Acetic Acid or Kinetin. Effects at the14site of hormone application. Planta 166: 371-79, 1985.
Hewett, E. W., & Wareing, P. F. Cytokinins in Populus x robusta Schneid: Light effects on endogenous levels. Planta 114, 119-129, 1973.
Houck, D. H., & Lamotte, C. E. Primary phloem regeneration without concomitant xylem regeneration--its hormone control in Coleus. Amer. J. Botany 64, 799-809, 1977.
Imaseki, H. Hormonal control of wound-induced responses. Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology. v. 11, ed. R. P. Pharis & D. M. Reid, p. 504, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag, 1985.
Jahardhan, K. V., Vasudeva, N., & Gopel, N. H. Diurnal variation of endogenous Auxin in arabica coffee leaves. J. Plant Crops 1 (Suppl), 93-95, 1973.
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Lecoq, C., Koukkari, W. L., & Brenner, M. L. Rhythmic changes in Abscisic Acid (Abscisic Acid) content of soybean leaves. Plant Physiology 72 (suppl.), 52, 1983.
Manos, P.J., & Goldthwaite, J. A kinetic analysis of the effects of Gibberellic acid, Zeatin, and Abscisic Acid on leaf tissue senescence in Rumex. Plant Physiology 55, 192-98, 1975.
Marre, E. Effects of fusiccocin and hormones on plant cellmembrane activities, observations and hypothesis. Regulation of Cell Membrane Activities in Plants. eds. Marre, E. & Caffer, O. Amsterdam: Elsevier/North Holland Biomedical Press, pp. 175-202, 1977.
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Palmer, J. H., & Phillips, I. D. J. The effect of the terminal bud indole acetic acid and nitrogen supply on the growth and orientation of the petiole of the Helianthus. Annus. Physiol. Plant 16, 572-84, 1963.
Pooviah, B. W., and Leopold, A. C. Deferral of leaf senescence with calcium. Plant Physiology 52, 236-39, 1973.
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