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  • noun Plural form of auxin.

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Examples

  • In the same way, auxins will concentrate on the lower side of a stem held horizontally, curving the tip upward.

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  • Gibberellins have been isolated from certain types of beans; this shows that they occur naturally in at least some plants and may therefore qualify as auxins.

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  • Many of the movements of plants are governed by the distribution of these auxins.

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  • Geotropism seems also to be mediated by auxins, but how the distribution of auxins can be affected by gravity is not yet understood.

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  • One of the most powerful of the auxins was discovered through studies of a plant disease.

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  • BHAGAT, R.C. and JOSHI, P. (1968) Effects of auxins on growth and seed yields of Vernonia anthelmintica Willd.

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  • In this video Kathryn teaches us about two very important pruning terms; apical dominance and auxins.

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  • Kathryn teaches us about two very important pruning terms; apical dominance and auxins.

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  • Kathryn teaches us about two very important pruning terms; apical dominance and auxins.

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  • Do high-dosed of auxins promote the development of unfertilised fruits?

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