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Metabolism of [H]Gibberellin A(5) by Immature Seeds of Apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.).

de Bottini GA, Bottini R, Koshioka M, Pharis RP, Coombe BG.

Plant Physiol. 1987 Jan;83(1):137-42.

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Identification of Gibberellins A(1), A(5), A(29), and A(32) from Immature Seeds of Apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.).

Bottini R, de Bottini G, Koshioka M, Pharis RP, Coombe BG.

Plant Physiol. 1985 Jun;78(2):417-9.

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GA32: A Polar Gibberellin with High Biological Potency.

Coombe BG.

Science. 1971 May 21;172(3985):856-7.

PMID:
17792943
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Effects of ethylene and 2-chloroethylphosphonic Acid on the ripening of grapes.

Hale CR, Coombe BG, Hawker JS.

Plant Physiol. 1970 May;45(5):620-3.

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Barley Endosperm Bioassay for Gibberellins. II. Application of the Method.

Coombe BG, Cohen D, Paleg LG.

Plant Physiol. 1967 Jan;42(1):113-9.

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Barley endosperm bioassay for gibberellins. I. Parameters of the response system.

Coombe BG, Cohen D, Paleg LG.

Plant Physiol. 1967 Jan;42(1):105-12.

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Gibberellin-like Substances in the Developing Apricot Fruit.

Jackson DI, Coombe BG.

Science. 1966 Oct 14;154(3746):277-8.

PMID:
17810309
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Physiological effects of gibberellic acid. V. Endosperm responses of barley, wheat, & oats.

Paleg LG, Coombe BG, Buttrose MS.

Plant Physiol. 1962 Nov;37(6):798-803. No abstract available.

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