Indoleacetic Acid in Two Species of Nicotiana

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IN Nature, and afterwards elsewhere, Vlitos, Meudt and Beimler1,2 reported that they were unable to detect indole-3-acetic acid in leaf, stem, root or apical tissue of Nicotiana tabacum L. ‘Maryland Mammoth’ plants, which had been grown under long-day conditions.

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  1. 1

    Vlitos, A. J., Meudt, W., and Beimler, R., Nature, 177, 890 (1956).

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    Vlitos, A. J., Meudt, W., and Beimler, R., Contrib. Boyce Thompson Inst., 18, 283 (1956).

  3. 3

    Kefford, N. P., J. Exp. Bot., 6, 129 (1955).

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KEFFORD, N., HELMS, K. Indoleacetic Acid in Two Species of Nicotiana . Nature 179, 679 (1957) doi:10.1038/179679a0

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