Abiotic Stress On Auxin Levels – What’s Cold Got To Do With It?
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IAA (Indole-3-Acetic Acid) is the abundant and well known plant hormone of the auxin class. IAA is predominantly produced in the apical bud of and young leaves of plants and is known to be an inducer of cell division and elongation. IAA, as well as most other auxins, are also known to act in concert with, or in opposition to, other plant hormones. For example, the ratio of auxin to cytokinin in certain plant tissues determines initiation of root versus shoot buds.
Auxin concentration varies depending on the part of the plant and the various concentrations are strictly regulated by the plant. The regulation of the auxin concentrations creates a pattern-like system which helps determine plant growth and development. IAA is often used in horticulture to promote adventitious root growth and are used commercially to create root stem cuttings and to promote uniform fruit and flowering growth.
3-Indoleacetic acid, IAA
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY GRADE
MW: 175.18 g/mol
Storage/Handling: Store powder or liquid at 4°C. Soluble in ethanol or 1N NaOH. Solution can be autoclaved or filtered (nylon filter).
PubChem CID: 802
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Selection of Transformed Wheat Embryos/Calli and Recovery of Transgenic Plants by Bohorova et al. (1999)
Synthetic reporter to visualize universally cytokinin output in vivo by Müller & Sheen (2008).
This is an excellent review of the work that is being done towards a comprehensive understanding of Cytokinin signaling networks by Hwang, Sheen and Müller (2012).
Sample Certificate of Analysis - IAA (Indole-3-Acetic Acid)
COA for example only. Actual tests may differ.