Zeatin Riboside is the most active and ubiquitous form of the naturally occurring cytokinins. Cytokinins promote cell division, stimulate shoot proliferation, inhibit root formation, slow the aging process, and activate gene expression and metabolic activity in general. In mature plants, natural cytokinin hormone levels are high during maximum growth periods. Concentrations of cytokinin used for horticulture vary between 0.1 to 10 mg/L.
The plant hormones cytokinins (CKs) comprise a class of growth regulators involved in the stress response, senescence, photosynthesis, nutrient assimilation and mobilization, as well as modulation of a plant tissue’s ability to act as a sink or source of metabolites.
CKs are recognized by a subset of sensor histidine kinases (HKs) and the signal is transmitted to the nucleus via a multistep phosphorelay (MSP), thus activating the expression of target genes.
Trans Zeatin Riboside
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY GRADE
MW: 351.37 g/mol
Storage/Handling: Store at -15°C.
PubChem Chemical ID: 6440982
Werner T, Schmulling T (2009) Cytokinin action in plant development. Curr Opin Plant Biol 12: 527-538.
Hwang I, Sheen J, Muller B (2012) Cytokinin signaling networks. Annual review of plant biology 63: 353-380.
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Potato-Agrobacterium Transformation using Kanamycin, Timentin and Zeatin - by Hui Duan et al. (2012)
Cytokinin and auxin interaction in root stem-cell specification during early embryogenesis.
Synthetic reporter to visualize universally cytokinin output in vivo by Müller & Sheen (2008).
Cytokinin Signaling Networks
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 COA - Z-100
Sample Certificate of Analysis - Trans Zeatin Riboside
COA for example only. Actual tests may differ.