Endogenous Plant Growth Substances in Developing Fruit of Prunus cerasus L. V. Changes in Inhibitor (ABA) Levels in the Seed and Pericarp1

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Ronald M. Davison Department of Horticulture, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824

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Received for publication March 3, 1976. Journal Article No. 7590 from the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station.

Present address: Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Plant Diseases Division, Private Bag, Auckland, New Zealand.

Present address: Department of Plant Physiology, Research Institute of Pomology, Skierniewice, Poland.

We thank Drs. C. C. Sweeley and R. H. Hammond, Department of Biochemistry, for their help with the mass-spectrometry.

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