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When plants of Vitis vinfera L. were grown in solution cultures containing (2-chloroethyl)trimethylammonium chloride(CCC), roots became shorter and thicker than those of untreated control plants.
The effect of CCC on vine roots could be counteracted by gibberellic acid simultaneously applied either to the solution cultures or to aerial organs of the plant.
The results suggest the need for endogenous gibberellin to maintain normal root growth, irrespective of its place of origin.
Effect of CCC on the Growth of Roots of Vitis vinifera L.
1967, Planta, vol 77, pages 157 – 163
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