IAA | Indole-3-acetic acid (C1') (for immunolocalization)
AS09 445 | Clonality: Polyclonal | Host: Rabbit
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BSA- conjugated, via C1 carboxyl group, indole-3-acetic acid (C1')
Useful references for immunolocalization work: DeWitte et al. (1999). Dynamics of cytokinins in apical shoot meristems of a day neutral tobacco during floral transition and flower formation. Plant Physiol. 119:111-121. Shiozaki et al. (1999). Localisation of abscisic acid in grape berry by immunohitochemical techniques. J.Japan Hort.Sci.68:1-9. Skene et al. (1987). Model systems for the immunolocalisation of cis, trans-abscisic acid in plant tissues. Planta 172:192-199. Sosountozov et al. (1986). Immunoelectron-microscopy localisation of abscisic acid with collodial gold on Lowicryl-embeded tissues of Chenopodium polyspermum L. Planta 168: 471-481. Zavala et al. (1983). Localisation of a phytohormone using immunocytochemistry. J.Cell Biol. 97:1235-1239.
Indole 3 acetic acid (IAA) is the principal auxin in higher plants. This hormone is produced in in cells in the apex and young leaves of a plant. Plant cells synthesize IAA from tryptophan. Different effects caused by auxines include: induction of cell elongation and cell division and have a subsequent results for plant growth and development