By A. S. Tarun, A. Theologis (auth.), A. K. Kanellis, C. Chang, H. Kende, D. Grierson (eds.)
Ethylene is an easy gaseous plant hormone produced by way of greater vegetation, micro organism and fungi. due to new instruments that experience turn into to be had in biochemistry and molecular genetics, elements of the ethylene biosynthesis, notion and sign transduction reactions were elucidated. this data has been utilized to reinforce the standard of a few agronomically vital vegetation. In Biology andBiotechnology of the Plant Hormone Ethylene, prime figures within the box offer surveys of the present country of ethylene biosynthesis and motion, belief and sign transduction pathways, senescence, biotechnological keep an eye on, and the involvement of ethylene in pathogenesis and tension.
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FORMATION OF THE APICAL HOOK IN ETIOLATED mCOTS The apical hook in etiolated dicotyledonous plants is formed by a complex pattern of cell elongation. As the cells move out from the apex, those on the inner side of the hook elongate slower than those on the top, resulting in the curvature of the stem . To fonn a straight stem below the hook, the pattern of elongation must be reversed. The cells on the inner side must rapidly expand to match the length of the outer cells. As long as the seedling remains in its etiolated growth phase, the hook is maintained by new cells passing through this pattern of alternating growth.
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The cells on the inner side must rapidly expand to match the length of the outer cells. As long as the seedling remains in its etiolated growth phase, the hook is maintained by new cells passing through this pattern of alternating growth. Ever since it was demonstrated that auxin causes closure of the apical hook via ethylene , it has been postulated that there are gradients of auxin and/or ethylene between the outer and inner portions of the apical hook leading to the asymmetry in growth. While it is difficult to establish the exact auxin concentration at its site of action, experiments with 3H-IAA showed that the IAA level in the inside part of the hook is approximately 4-fold greater than in the outside .