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Integrating phytohormone metabolism and action with primary biochemical pathways. II. Interrelationships between disturbed nitrogen and carbon metabolism and changes in hormonal concentrations and sensitivities in neoplastic tissue cultures

Published inIntegrated Plant Systems, Editors Hubert Greppin, Claude Penel, William J. Broughton and Reto Strasser, p. 193-225
PublisherGenève
Publication date2000
Abstract

The paper begins with a review of the concept of neoplastic progressions in plant tissue cultures, with the progressive acquisition of (a relative) independence to thehormones auxins and cytokinins. It takes advantage of the deviations of carbon and nitrogen metabolisms shown in these particular cases, to illustrate the interdependencewith the metabolisms of the hormones ( and increased sensitivities to) polyamines and ethylene. These results provide additional examples of the changing concepts inhormonology.

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GASPAR, Thomas et al. Integrating phytohormone metabolism and action with primary biochemical pathways. II. Interrelationships between disturbed nitrogen and carbon metabolism and changes in hormonal concentrations and sensitivities in neoplastic tissue cultures. In: Integrated Plant Systems. Genève : [s.n.], 2000. p. 193–225.
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