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- Plačková, Lenka, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- New biotechnology 2019 v.48 pp. 83-89
- Ecklonia; Spinacia oleracea; bioactive compounds; biochemical compounds; carotenoids; chlorophyll; cost effectiveness; crops; cytokinins; dihydrozeatin; isopentenyladenine; leaves; macroalgae; nutritive value; plant growth; protein content; sinapic acid; smoke; spinach
- ... Bioactive compounds such as karrikinolide (KAR1 from smoke) and eckol (from the seaweed Ecklonia maxima) show promising effects on several important crop plants. These plant growth-stimulating organic biomolecules, along with crude extracts (smoke-water and Kelpak® product prepared from Ecklonia maxima), were tested on spinach plants. Eckol sprayed at 10−6 M significantly increased all the growth ...