Plant hormones play many important roles in plant growth and development. We previously tried to control barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) flowering in ear cultures treated with plant hormones and related compounds, and found that anther extrusion from florets was reduced by treatment with 100 ppm methyl jasmonate (MJA). In the present study, we show that 10 ppm MJA also inhibits anther extrusion in barley...
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