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Auxin is one of the major five plant hormones, mostly present natively as free or conjugated indole-acetic acid (IAA), a tryptophan derivative. Polar auxin transport is tightly regulated, and the hormone has a cardinal role in almost all important processes of a plant's life cycle, such as shoot and root growth, development, cell expansion and division, flowering, fruit maturing, organ patterning, and stress responses.

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