Action of Auxin on Protoplasmic Streaming

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STUDIES on the mechanism by which auxin exerts its growth-promoting action on plant cells have indicated that, although ultimately detectable on the cell-wall, the effect is exerted in the first instance on the protoplasm. The results of Bonner1 established a close connexion between growth and respiration, although pure auxin was not found, either by him or by van Hulssen2, to increase respiration appreciably.

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  1. 1

    Bonner, J., J. Gen. Physiol., 20, 1 (1936).

  2. 2

    van Hulssen, C. J., Dissertation, Utretch (1936).

  3. 3

    Bottelier, H. P., Rec. trav. hot. néerl., 32, 287 (1935).

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THIMANN, K., SWEENEY, B. Action of Auxin on Protoplasmic Streaming. Nature 140, 807–808 (1937). https://doi.org/10.1038/140807b0

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