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What is a plant hormone? Name four plant hormones. State one function of each.

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The chemicals that perform the function of control and coordination in plants are called plant hormones.
The four plant hormones and their functions are as follows:
1) Auxin: It promotes cell enlargement and cell differentiation in plants.
2) Gibberelins: It breaks the dormancy in seeds and buds.
3) Cytokinins: It promotes cell division in plants.
4) Abscisic acid: It promotes closing of stomata.

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 Lakhmir Singh Solution for Biology for Class 10 (2018 (Latest))
Chapter 2: Control and Coordination
Q: 18 | Page no. 93
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What is a Plant Hormone? Name Four Plant Hormones. State One Function of Each. Concept: Tropic Movements in Plants.
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