Abscisic acid, abscisic acid-esters and phaseic acid in vegetative terminal buds of Acer pseudoplatanus during emergence from winter dormancy.

Levels of free-abscisic acid and "boundabscisic acid" (alkaline hydrolyzable abscisic acidesters) in replicated samples of terminal vegetative buds of...
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