What is the plant hormone that promotes dormancy in plants&seeds?

Answer Abscisic acid is a plant hormone that inhibits growth and promotes dormancy in plants and seeds. It also promotes protein production and storage by seeds during dormancy. While dormant, plants tole... Read More »

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Function of the Plant Hormone Gibberellic Acid?

Hormones are chemical messengers secreted by cells that affect the behavior of other cells in the organism. Gibberellic acid is an example of a plant hormone that plays an important role in plant d... Read More »

Amaryllis & Dormancy?

While amaryllis is a tropical plant and doesn't require as intense a false winter that most indoor bulbs do, it will bloom better with a dormancy of a couple of months. Resting before producing ano... Read More »

When does a butterfly bush come out of dormancy?

The butterfly bush (Buddleia davidii) is never technically in dormancy. According to the Penn State Cooperative Extension, it is a subshrub, not a woody shrub, and subshrubs are never completely do... Read More »

What promotes skin healing?

Human skin is a complex organ that requires complex care. This is never more true than when it is cut or damaged. The healing process involves the constriction of blood vessels to stop bleeding, bl... Read More »