The Influence of Cobalt and Sugars upon the Elongation of Etiolated Pea Stem Segments

The Influence of Cobalt and Sugars upon the Elongation of Etiolated Pea Stem Segments pensable nature of zinc for higher plants. Plant Physiol. 3: 217-221. 1928. 5. TOWNSEND, G. R. Zinc sulphate sprays for vegetable crops. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Press Bull. 488. 1936. 6. VIETS, FRANK G., JR. Zinc deficiency of corn and beans on newly irrigated soils in central Washington. Agron. Jour. 43: 150-151. 1951. 7. VIETS, FRANK G., JR. Control of zinc deficiency in field beans with zinc sulphate sprays. Wash. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. 143. 1951. THE INFLUENCE OF COBALT AND SUGARS UPON THE ELONGATION OF ETIOLATED PEA STEM SEGMENTS1 CARLOS 0. MILLER DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MADISON, WISCONSIN An important function of sugar in cell elongation has been indicated by many authors. For example, Schneider (7) observed that sucrose when externally supplied greatly increased the elongation of Avena coleoptile segments in the presence of indole-3-acetic acid (IAA). Results with etiolated pea stem segments, however, have not been convincing. Galston and Hand (3) reported definite promotion of segment elongation by sucrose but Christiansen and Thimann (1) observed either only slight increases or definite decreases of elongation even though the sucrose moved into the segments and increased the fresh weights. In our laboratory, either promotion or inhibition http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

The Influence of Cobalt and Sugars upon the Elongation of Etiolated Pea Stem Segments

Jan 19, 1954

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pensable nature of zinc for higher plants. Plant Physiol. 3: 217-221. 1928. 5. TOWNSEND, G. R. Zinc sulphate sprays for vegetable crops. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Press Bull. 488. 1936. 6. VIETS, FRANK G., JR. Zinc deficiency of corn and beans on newly irrigated soils in central Washington. Agron. Jour. 43: 150-151. 1951. 7. VIETS, FRANK G., JR. Control of zinc deficiency in field beans with zinc sulphate sprays. Wash. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. 143. 1951. THE INFLUENCE OF COBALT AND SUGARS UPON THE ELONGATION OF ETIOLATED PEA STEM SEGMENTS1 CARLOS 0. MILLER DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MADISON, WISCONSIN An important function of sugar in cell elongation has been indicated by many authors. For example, Schneider (7) observed that sucrose when externally supplied greatly increased the elongation of Avena coleoptile segments in the presence of indole-3-acetic acid (IAA). Results with etiolated pea stem segments, however, have not been convincing. Galston and Hand (3) reported definite promotion of segment elongation by sucrose but Christiansen and Thimann (1) observed either only slight increases or definite decreases of elongation even though the sucrose moved into the segments and increased the fresh weights. In our laboratory, either promotion or inhibition

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