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Lambert B. McCarty, Raymond K. McCauley, Haibo Liu, F. Wesley Totten, and Joe E. Toler

Pest Control Conf 43 225 228 Rao, M.M. Buta, J.G. 1983 Growth inhibitors from grasses: HPLC of phenolics Proc. 10th Annu. Mtg. Plant Growth Regulat. Soc. Amer 10 43 48 Rice, E.L. 1974 Allelopathy Academic Press New York, NY SAS Institute 2006 SAS user

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Rachael E. Pepin and Janet C. Cole

bedding plants HortScience 37 345 347 Rademacher, W. 2000 Growth retardants: Effects on gibberellin biosynthesis and other metabolic pathways Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 51 501 531 Sterrett, J.P. 1985 Paclobutrazol: A promising growth

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Mason T. MacDonald, Rajasekaran R. Lada, Jeff Hoyle, and A. Robin Robinson

Physiol. 57 260 269 Wright, S.C. Hiron, R.P. 1969 Abscisic acid, the growth inhibitor induced in detached wheat leaves by a period of wilting Nature 224 719 720 Yin, C. Duan, B

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Marco Volterrani, Nicola Grossi, Monica Gaetani, Lisa Caturegli, Aimila-Eleni Nikolopoulou, Filippo Lulli, and Simone Magni

sublethal effects that result in growth suppression ( Ervin and Zhang, 2008 ). DQ is listed as a growth inhibitor herbicide, but little is known about its use on turfgrasses. Suppression of flower initiation in sugarcane ( Saccharum officinarum ) ( Meyer et

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Shuming Ju, Lingzhen Ji, and Delan Xu

application of the growth inhibitor paclobutrazol and calcine during autumn could inhibit significantly the growth of redwood branches and improve the cold resistance of the tree ( Ju et al., 2019 , 2020 ). The regulation of endogenous hormones in plant

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Tomomi Eguchi and Chieri Kubota

.L. Cathey, H.M. 1969 Selection of fatty acids derivatives: Surfactant formulations for the control of plant meristems J. Agr. Food Chem. 17 312 317 Steffens, G.L. 1980 Applied uses of growth substances—Growth inhibitors, p. 397–408. In: F. Skoog (ed.). Plant

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Michael W. Smith and William D. Goff

certainty viable buds. Another possibility is growth inhibitors, such as abscisic acid, suppressing bud growth ( Tucker, 1981 ) although auxin inhibition of lateral buds was repressed. Additional growth-regulating chemicals might be beneficial to force

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How-Chiun Wu and Chun-Chih Lin

particular is known as a root growth inhibitor of plants ( Barkosky et al., 2000 ; Batish et al., 2008 ), and thus, its high concentration under white light is likely to be a factor in the inhibition of root formation of P. cynaroides plantlets. Based on

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Xiaojuan Wei, Siyu Wu, Xiaojing Liang, Kun Wang, Yuejuan Li, Baocai Li, Jinlin Ma, and Haiying Liang

produced flowers in juvenile C. chrysantha ( Wei et al., 2017 , 2018 ), another yellow-flowering camelia species, with PBZ. PBZ is a synthetic triazole-type cytochrome P 450 growth inhibitor that is used extensively in horticulture to improve the

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Eucario Mancilla-Álvarez, Marco A. Ramírez-Mosqueda, Samantha Arano-Avalos, Rosalía Núñez-Pastrana, and Jericó J. Bello-Bello

osmoregulators and growth inhibitors on in vitro conservation of sugarcane Agrociencia 48 439 446 Bessembinder, J.J.E. Staritsky, G. Zandvoort, E.A. 1993 Long-term in vitro storage of Colocasia esculenta under minimal growth conditions Plant Cell Tissue Organ