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Anish Malladi and Jacqueline K. Burns

, A. 1997 Signaling gates in abscisic acid-mediate control of guard cell ion channels Physiol. Plant. 100 481 490 Bradford, K.J. 1983 Involvement of plant growth substances in the alteration of leaf gas exchange

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Rongcai Yuan and David H. Carbaugh

. Blankenship, S.M. Patteis, J.P. 1999 1-Methylcyclopropene inhibits apple ripening J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 124 690 695 Gardner, F.E. Marth, P.C. Batjer, L.P. 1940 Spraying with plant growth

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Luis Pozo and Jacqueline K. Burns

process in citrus by growth substances Acta Hort. 120 59 69 Goren, R. 1993 Anatomical, physiological and hormonal aspects of abscission in citrus Hort. Rev. (Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci.) 15 33 46 Goren, R. Huberman, M. 1976 Effects of ethylene and 2,4-D on the

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Marzieh Keshavarzi, Keith A. Funnell, David J. Woolley, and Julian A. Heyes

Firn, R.D 1986 Growth substance sensitivity: The need for clearer ideas, precise terms and purposeful experiments Physiol. Plant. 67 267 272 Forni, C. Braglia, R. Harren, F. Cristescu, S. 2012 Stress responses of duckweed ( Lemna minor

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

. The application of 2.0 kg·ha −1 of TE or 1.0 kg·ha −1 of PB could represent potential suppression strategies of stolon elongation in pot-grown plants of hybrid bermudagrass. Units Literature cited Arteca, R.N. 1996 Plant growth substances: Principles

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J. Naalamle Amissah, Dominick J. Paolillo Jr, and Nina Bassuk

.C. 1940 Histological study and observations on the effect of some synthetic growth substances on stem tip cuttings of coffee Philippine Agriculturist 29 87 99 Reid, O. 1923 The propagation of camphor by stem cuttings

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Mengzi Zhang, Jie Yang, Huitang Pan, and Brian J. Pearson

Lindstrom, R.S. Tolbert, N.E. 1960 (2-Chlorethyl) trimethylammonium chloride and related compounds as plant growth substances IV. Effect on chrysanthemums and poinsettias Q. Bull. Mich. Agr. Exp. Stn. 42 917 928 Rademacher, W. 1995 Growth retardants

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Shuming Ju, Lingzhen Ji, and Delan Xu

Dynamic changes in zeatin nucleoside (ZR) content of mango cutback fruit branch J. Southern Agr. 44 1 39 42 doi: 10.3969/j:issn.2095-1191.2013.1.39 Rajagopal, I. Ramachandiran, S. Mahadevan, S. 1990 Plant Growth Substances 1988. Springer

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Eleanor W. Hoffman, Dirk U. Bellstedt, and Gerard Jacobs

. Genetic and environmental manipulation of horticultural crops CAB International Wallingford, UK Chen, W.-S. 1985 Flower induction in mango ( Mangifera indica L.) with plant growth substances Proc. Natl. Sci. Council B

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Melek Ekinci, Ertan Yildirim, Atilla Dursun, and Metin Turan

growth and development in many different ways and are known to improve plant stress tolerance ( Ashraf et al., 2010 ). BRs are a new group of plant growth substances that promote plant growth and productivity. Like other plant hormones, BRs affect many