Ethylene as a plant hormone - rubber trees.
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mccreery at skyblu.ccit.arizona.edu
Wed Mar 11 10:11:00 EST 1992
In article <1992Mar10.052352.11041 at ux1.cso.uiuc.edu>, zig at uiuc.edu writes...
>S.J.Weil at massey.ac.nz (S.J. Weil) writes:
>>A friend working with rubber trees in Malaysia has asked me to post a
>>request for the following information/help:
>>He would like to contact anyone who is/has been working with ethylene as
>>a plant hormone, and its role in the physiology of plants.
>>phenomenon is due to something else. Searching the literature has drawn
>>a blank, so if anyone is able to help at all please could you contact
> I found this refence in my biology textbooks, they might
>help ('course, you might have already found more):
> SISLER, E.C., and S.F. YANG: "Ethylene, the Gaseous Plant
> Hormone," BioScience, vol. 33, page 238, 1984.
Rolf Cristofferson at I think UC San Diego has been doing molecular work on
ethylene as a inducer of ripening in Avocado. He has a number of papers out.
U of Az Plant Science
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