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- Dziurka, Michał, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Planta 2018 v.248 no.6 pp. 1365-1381
- Daphne; abscisic acid; auxins; biomass; brassinolide; cell walls; chloroplasts; explants; gibberellic acid; growth inhibitors; jasmonic acid; mitosis; nickel; oxidation; plant development; plant response; protective effect; salicylic acid; shoots; toxicity
- ... MAIN CONCLUSION: The results provide a significant verification of the activity of exogenously applied phytohormones: gibberellic acid, jasmonic acid, and brassinolide in the modulation of the plant’s response to nickel treatment. The study investigated nickel accumulation and its toxicity to Daphne jasminea shoots cultured in vitro with or without exogenous supplementation with phytohormones: gib ...