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Flower promotion in black spruce seedlings using gibberellins

J. Peter Hall

Flower promotion in black spruce seedlings using gibberellins

by J. Peter Hall

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Published by Newfoundland Forestry Centre in St John"s .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Black spruce -- Newfoundland.,
  • Black spruce -- Flowering.,
  • Plants, Effect of gibberellins on.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J. Peter Hall.
    SeriesInformation report -- N-X-252., Information report (Newfoundland Forestry Centre) -- no. 252.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 23 p. ;
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17990686M
    ISBN 100662151143
    LC Control Number87071627

    latter pathway is thought to be related to plant age. The gibberellin (GA) class of plant hormones plays a role in many processes during plant development, including seed germination, cell elongation, and flowering (Finkelstein and Zeevaart, ). In Arabidopsis, physiological and ge-netic experiments have implicated GAs specifically in theCited by:   Abscisic acid (ABA) is required for the regulation of seed maturation in maize (Zea mays L.).Mutants blocked in ABA synthesis (such as viviparous-5) do not mature to quiescent, desiccation-tolerant seeds, but germinate on the ear midway through kernel e gibberellins (GA) and ABA act antagonistically in many aspects of plant development, we hypothesized that ABA Cited by:

    Journal of Forestry Research () 22(3): − DOI /s Effects of gibberellin A4/7, 6-benzylaminopurine and chlormequat chlo- ride on the number of male and female strobili and immature cones inCited by: 3. During the late fifties it became apparent that gibberellins (GAs) are capable of inducing flowering in a large number of plant species, particularly LD and/or cold requiring herbaceous angiosperms. Soon afterwards it was reported that GAs inhibit flowering of many fruit trees. (Table 1).Cited by:

    Gibberellic Acid Promotes Seed Germination in Penstemon digitalis cv. Husker Red. Anderson Machado de Mello ProgramadePo´s-graduacaoemAgronomia,UniversidadeFederaldeSanta Maria, Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul State, , Brazil Nereu Augusto Streck Departamento de Fitotecnia, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Santa. (i.e. the plant material of choice for GA extraction is the immature seeds) - In , GA1. was the first GA to be identified from a plant extract; it was from immature seeds of the bean, Phaseolus coccineus. All gibberellins are based on an ent-gibberellane skeleton. Figure in presentation. 2- Effects of Gibberellins on Growth and Development. 3.


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Flower promotion in black spruce seedlings using gibberellins by J. Peter Hall Download PDF EPUB FB2

The proportion of spurs flowering on apple trees (Malus domestica Borkh. cv Golden Delicious) displaying a high degree of alternate-year flowering was increased in the “off” year by gibberellin A 4 (GA 4) and C-3 epi-GA 4 applied in the previous by: Promotion of flowering in Engelmann-white spruce seed orchards by GA 4/7 stem injection: effects of site, clonal fecundity, girdling and NAA, and treatment Cited by: 5.

The mechanisms whereby paclobutrazol could affect flowering in black spruce are discussed. The use of paclobutrazol as an adjunct to GA4/7 treatments in black spruce seedling seed orchards.

Promotion of flowering in conifers: from the simple application of a mixture of gibberellins to more integrated explanations M. Bonnet-Masimbert INRA Station dAm6lioration des Arbres Forestiers, Ardon, 45i60 Olivet, France Introduction Flowering induction in trees is still an important problem for both the supply of seed and breeding programs, which haveCited by: 1.

Abstract. Perennial, temperate-zone woody plants display a great variety of patterns of shoot elongation. Anatomically, height growth in trees is due to an activity of apical meristem (eumeristem) and subapical meristem (rib meristem, primary elongating meristem).Cited by:   Treatment with 6-benzylaminopurine (BAP) to promote the flowering of female strobili and to increase seed production in a seed orchard was examined at different times of conebud differentiation for Japanese red pine (Pinus densiflora) and Japanese black pine (P.

thunbergii), from late August to mid-September BAP was mixed with lanolin and Vaseline to prepare a paste (BAP, mg/L Cited by: Gibberellins are plant hormones with a wide range of activities including seed germination and cell elongation (Miransari and Smith, ; Hayashi et al., ).

The hormones are also able to regulate the production of legume nodules indicated recently. The hormone is essential at two different stages of nodulation including the early stage of.

Hence, gibberellins delay senescence and maintain firmer rinds of the fruits. Commercial Use # 4. Seed Production: A mixture of GA 4 and GA 7 is used to enhance seed production in conifers.

In some biennial vegetables such as beet and cabbage, gibberellin treatment stimulates bolting and thus time for seed production can be considerably reduced. • Developing seeds produce gibberellins Æ stimulate their growth • Seedless grapes are smaller than seeded ones.

• Farmers spray them with gibberellins to get normal large grapes. Gibberellins – Function 4: Fruit growth Auxin Auxin illustrates: • how plant hormones have multiple roles related to different aspects of plant Size: 2MB. Gibberellins - Plant Growth Hormones - posted in Nutrients and Mediums: uxins, cytokinins and gibberellins are the principle growth-promoting hormones found in plants.

All three control, stimulate, inhibit or alter a plant's development to one degree or another, depending upon the external environment. Auxins tend to promote rooting, leaf and fruit retention and directional growth; and.

Promotion of cone and seed production in grafted and seedling Douglas-fir seed orchards by application of gibberellin A4/7 mixture. Can. For. Res., Ross, S.D., Piesch, R.F. and Portlock, F.I., Promotion of cone and seed production in rooted ramets and seedlings of western hemlock by gibberellins and adjunct cultural Cited by: Promotion of cone production in potted black-spruce grafts, using gibberellins, heat- treatment and root-pruning.

For. Ecol. Manage., Potted 3-year-old grafts of black spruce Cited by: 3. When applied to spurs of mature Prunus avium before floral initiation, gibberellins GA1, GA4 and GA3 inhibited floral initiation by 9–17%, GA7 by 43%, GA3 by 65–71% and 2,2-dimethyl GA4 by 78%.

GA9 and GA20 were inactive. Thus activity only of the GAs with a C-3 hydroxyl was increased markedly by a double bond in the C-1,2 or C-2,3 position, and activity increased with increasing Cited by: Gibberellins (GA3, GA4, and GA7) have been shown to break dormancy in numerous genera of seeds (Bewley and Black, [27], [28]), including Penstemon (Atwater, [7]).

Plants in the Scrophulariaceae family to which Penstemon have seeds in which the endosperm surrounds the embryo and occupies up to half of the : Ruby G Patel, Archana U Mankad. Promotion of cone production in potted black-spruce grafts, using gibberellins, heat-treatment and root-pruning.

Sexually Mature, Non-Flowering Grafts of Douglas-Fir | Flowering was significantly promoted in 4-year-old grafts of mature coastal Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.).

Flower stimulation treatments, including gibberellin A4/7 (GA4/7) application, root-pruning, and greenhouse environment during the latter part of shoot elongation, were applied to grafted, clonal black spruce (Piceamariana (Mill.) B.S.P.) and white spruce (Piceaglauca (Moench) Voss) of roughly the same size and age.

Over the past decades many studies have aimed at elucidating the regulation of seed dormancy and germination. Many hypotheses have been proposed and rejected but the regulatory principle behind changes in dormancy and induction of germination is still a ‘black’ box. The majority of proposed mechanisms have a role for certain plant hormones in common.

Abscisic acid and the gibberellins Cited by: Gibberellic acid acts on plants to speed the rate at which seeds germinate and the plant matures, according to the California Rare Fruit Growers.

Using this hormone on your plants in the proper amounts can help to keep you plants healthy and overcome issues such as a lack of blossoms or too few fruits.

most directly implicated in the control and promotion of seed germination (Hsigo and Vidaver, [20]; Singh, [21]; Sharma and Chakraborty, [22]). Applied Gibberellins can function in relieving many types of dormancy. GA 3 increase germination percentage of Anemone coronaria seeds at supra optimum (25°C) but not at optimumFile Size: 71KB.

Gibberellins and seed germination Cambridge Advance Level. Germinating Really Old Seeds Plant Experiment No.1 Gibberellic Acid and Other Chemicals on Plant Growth - .In spruce seedlings, only GA9 has been quantitatively assayed (Oden et al., a); in seeds, GAl and GAl have been qualitatively assayed by GC-MS (Oden et aI., b).

Moritz et al. () quantitated the gibberellins A!, A3, A4, Ag and a Ag-conjugate in Sitka spruce using the GC-MS tech­nique, by: 3.The results are reported of the effects of selected flower stimulation procedures on flowering by grafted scions of clonal white spruce (Picea glauca) and black spruce (Picea mariana) of about the same size and age in combination with an accelerated growth procedure.

Flower stimulation procedures included application of gibberellin A4/7 (GA4/7), root pruning and greenhouse treatment during the Cited by: