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Morphogenesis of mustard white under the action of the antigibberellic preparation chlormequat chloride

S.V. Polyvanyi; L.A. Golunova; N.V. Baiurko; O.O. Khodanitska; V.V. Shevchuk; Т.І. Rоgаch; O.O. Tkachuk; O. V. Knyazyuk; O. L. Zavalnyuk; O.A. Shevchuk

The use of synthetic growth regulators of different physiological directions of action aimed at regulating morphogenesis and optimizing the production process is a principal modern direction of phytophysiology. Among the external plant growth regulators, the most effective is the use of growth inhibitors-retardants. The physiological action of these substances is based on blocking the synthesis or use of gibberellin in the plant (Rademacher 2016).

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