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The Tea Plants Are Never Allowed to Grow Lengthwise. this is Done by Cutting Their Apical Buds, a Process Known as Pruning. - Biology

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The tea plants are never allowed to grow lengthwise. This is done by cutting their apical buds, a process known as pruning. In this way, tea plants get a dense growth and easy yield. Answer the following question :

What plant hormone is responsible for the scientific phenomenon mentioned in 1.1.

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Solution

Auxins

Concept: The Physiological Effects of Plant Hormones
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Selina Concise Biology Class 10 Icse
Chapter 7 Chemical coordination in plants
Structured/Application/Skill type | Q 1.2 | Page 89
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