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Since these fibers are responsible for plant support, the high lodging tendency of explants treated with gibberellic acid may be related to the reductions in the amount of sclerenchyma fibers.
The object of this investigation was to determine the effect of pretreatments with [H.sub.2][O.sub.2], cold stratification and also the addition of gibberellic acid to MS media on seedling germination for H.
Rood, "Correlation of endogenous gibberellic acid with initiation of mango shoot growth," Journal of Plant Growth and Regulation, vol.
Other parameters such as the basal salt and vitamin formulations and supplements such as ABA, gibberellic acid, and casein hydrolysate may also have a bearing on the establishment of embryogenic cultures of a given bermudagrass genotype, with adequate regeneration potential.
From a mammalian study on the inhibition of the plant growth regulator gibberellic acid ([GA.sub.3]) by indomethacin (PG inhibitor), Gawienowski and Chatterjee (1980) hypothesized that PGs were involved in gibberellin action.
Gibberellic acid is known to break dormancy in some seeds (Kahn, 1968; Van Auken and Lohstroh, 1990), consequently seeds of one treatment were soaked in five millimolar gibberellic acid for three hours and then rinsed in tap water prior to placement into Petri plates.
Gibberellic acid (GA3) enhance seed water uptake, germination and early seedling growth in sugar beet under salt stress.
Among the plant regulators used in postharvest of fruits, gibberellic acid (G[A.sub.3]) exerts a great influence on the quality and extension of postharvest of grapes (MARZOUK; KASSEM, 2011) and fruiting of atemoieira (PEREIRA et al., 2014).
The present research was carried out to evaluate the physiological, biochemical and nutritional characteristics of sweet sorghum submitted to six plant growth regulators (thiamethoxam, biostimulant mixture, gibberellic acid, chlormequat chloride, ethephon, and trinexapac-ethyl).
and Panneerselvam, R., Alterations in non-enzymatic antioxidant components of Catharanthus roseus exposed to paclobutrazol, gibberellic acid and Pseudomonas fluorescens.