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Benzaldehyde as a new class plant growth regulator on Brassica campestris
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Benzaldehyde as a new class plant growth regulator on Brassica campestris
Choi, Geun-Hyoung; Ro, Jin-Ho; Park, Byoung-Jun; Lee, Deuk-Yeong; Cheong, Mi-Sun; Lee, Dong-Yeol; Seo, Woo-Duck; Kim, Jin Hyo;
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 Abstract
Plant growth regulator is an essential pesticide to date while the available active ingredient is not well understood unlike fungicide, insecticide and herbicide. This study was aimed to evaluate a new chemical class of plant growth regulator, and the total of 92 benzene derivatives were screened for their germination and early stage of the root growth regulation on Brassica campestris. Thirty benzaldehydes, nine acids, one amide, and one ester showed potent root growth inhibitory activity (>70 % inhibition) while only salicylaldehyde showed potent germination inhibition ($IC_{50}
 Keywords
Benzaldehyde;Brassica campestris;Root growth inhibition;Structure-activity relationship;
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English
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