Auxin - Universal development signal in plant life

J. Friml, Živa 1 (2007).

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Abstract
Signal molecules known as phytohormones play a decisive role in processing signals coming to plants from the surrounding environment. They include auxin — a simple compound with a large range of effects. Auxin is irregularly deposited in plant tissues, it accumulates in certain cellules and through activation of a signal cascade it causes changes in the development programme of these cellules. This article forms a part of the series prepared in honour of the anniversary of the important plant physiologist — Bohumil Němec.
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2007-01-01
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Živa
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1
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Friml J. Auxin - Universal development signal in plant life. Živa. 2007;1.
Friml, J. (2007). Auxin - Universal development signal in plant life. Živa, 1.
Friml, Jirí. “Auxin - Universal development signal in plant life.” Živa 1 (2007).
J. Friml, “Auxin - Universal development signal in plant life,” Živa, vol. 1, 2007.
Friml J. 2007. Auxin - Universal development signal in plant life. Živa. 1.
Friml, Jirí. “Auxin - Universal development signal in plant life.” Živa, vol. 1, CSAV, 2007.

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