auxins

A group of plant growth substances (often called phytohormones or plant hormones), the most common example being indole acetic acid (IAA), responsible for raising the pH around cells, making the cell wall less rigid and allowing elongation.

auxins

(Green plants as organisms) plant hormones that trigger growth

Auxins

A group of hormones involved in controlling plant growth and other functions; once thought responsib
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auxins

A group of hormones involved in controlling plant growth and other functions; once thought responsible for phototropism by causing the cells on the shaded side of a plant to elongate, thereby causing the plant to bend toward the light.
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auxins

Important phytohormones (Indole-3-acetic acid = often abbreviated as IES) to regulate plant growth formed in the plant's active growth zones such as shoot and root tips. Interacting with abscisic acid and cytokinins different processes are controlled. At low concentrations, auxins promote extension growth of the cotyledons, shoot axes and root. In ...
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auxins

Organic compounds found in plant sprouts. They promote tissue growth through cell elongation rather than multiplication. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Auxins

These are plant hormones which control many aspects of plant growth.
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auxins

Type: Term Pronunciation: auk′sinz Definitions: 1. A type of plant hormone.
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