How Auxin Promotes the Elongation of Root Cells.

The plant hormone auxin at low concentrations triggered acidification and cell-wall loosening, permitting root growth. But at high concentrations, auxin triggered alkalinization, which inhibited growth. The inhibiting effect, however, only lasted for two hours.

A better dye job for roots—in plants – Salk Institute for Biological Studies

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