Chemistry of compounds related to the cytokinins
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Chemistry of compounds related to the cytokinins structural and synthetic studies of certain 9-deaza-6-alky laminopurines, related to the cytokinins, produced from pyrimidine precursors and an investigation of analogous nucleoside derivatives. by Stephen Gregson

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Published in Bradford .
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Ph.D. thesis. Typescript.

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The cytokinin has been synthesized from 2-hydroxymethylthiopurine by reaction with the trans-amino alcohol (44) and found to have the 1′-R-configuration. The 1′-S- and RS-isomers were synthesized in the same manner 〈92H(34)21, 93CPB〉.   Chemistry of the Cytokinins Introduction Chemistry of the Cytokinins: Elucidation of Cytokinin Structures Synthesis and Biological Activity of Cytokinins Changes in Structure Antagonists of the Cytokinins Summary References Chemistry and Biochemistry of Abscisic Acid Introduction and Definition Revision of the Absolute Configuration of Abscisic Book Edition: 1. Cytokinins are hormones involved in all aspects of plant growth and development and are essential for in vitro manipulation of plant cells and tissues. Much information has been gathered regarding the chemistry and biology of cytokinins, while recent studies have focused on the genetics and cytokinin-related by: Characterization of Cytokinins and Related Compounds by HPLC. Abstract. In recent years, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) has emerged as the chief method for the instrumental analysis of plant growth substances. It is a valuable tool for the separation, identification, and measurement of plant hormones and their by: 4.

author information: (1)department of chemistry and chemical engineering, university of illinois, urbana. Compounds related to dihydrozeatin that define the influence of the location of the hydroxyl group along the side chain have been synthesized and tested for cytokinin by: Cytokinins (CKs) are a class of compounds that have long been thought to be exclusively plant growth regulators. Interestingly, some species of phytopathogenic bacteria and fungi have been shown to, and gall-inducing insects have been hypothesized to, produce CKs and use them to manipulate their host plants. We used high performance liquid chromatography-electrospray Author: Peter Andreas, Anna Kisiala, R. J. Neil Emery, Rosemarie De Clerck-Floate, John F. Tooker, Peter W. Biosynthesis of Cytokinins 3. Plant Responses 4. Mode of Action. Structure of Cytokinins: Skoog, Strong and Miller proposed the definition of cytokinin. It is a compound which besides other activities induces cytokinesis, i.e., cell division in the various plant organs grown in a medium containing an optimal concentration of auxin. An Elementary Study of Chemistry. This book provides a basic foundation of chemistry, which really hasn't changed in over years. This is a very easy to read and understand comprehensive basic overview of chemistry, the science of matter and energy.

Cytokinins along with gibberellins, auxins, abscisic acid, and brassinosteroids are major classes of plant hormones. Among these naturally occurring phytohormones, cytokinins are unique in . About this book The Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds, since its inception, has been recognized as a cornerstone of heterocyclic chemistry. Each volume attempts to discuss all aspects – properties, synthesis, reactions, physiological and industrial significance – . Structures of cytokinins. Adenine is the parent compound of naturally occurring cytokinins, though it does not activate cytokinin responses; the N 6 . ''An essential book for people working in the area of sulfur compounds in the environment and should be in all institutional indexed, well presented.'' SGM Quarterly, November ''Extremely useful and well-produced symposium volume that should be of interest to many environmental scientists, microbial and plant.