Ethephon-Endothall as a Chemical Abscissor of Bean Leaves1

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J. T. Davis Department of the Army, Fort Detrick, Frederick, Maryland

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Received for publication April 10, 1972.

Horticulturist and Plant Physiologists respectively. Senior author is now located at Cave Spring, Georgia.

The authors gratefully acknowledge the statistical assistance of Dr. Walter D. Foster and Mrs. Marian W. Jones. Thanks is extended to Dr. F. B. Abeles for advice. Appreciation is expressed for the technical endothall acid donated by the Pennwalt Corporation and Ethrel (Amchem 68-240) furnished by Amchem Products, Inc.

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