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|CAS No.:||133-32-4||Other Names:||Indole-3-Butyric Acid|
|Application:||Plant Growth Regulator,Plant Growth Hormone,Agriculture,Agrochemicals,compact Plants By Inhibition||Classification:||Plant Growth Regulator,Agrochemical / Pesticide,Acaricide,Biological Pesticide|
|Appearance:||White Powder,fine Powder,White Crystal,White Brown Liquid||Storage:||Dry Place,Sealed Tightly And Stored Away From Light In A Cool And Dry Place,Keep In Cool And Dry Place,Dry And Shade Conditions|
|Shelf Life:||2~3 Years,2 Years||Color:||White,white To Yellowish,Off-white Crystals|
|Pd No.:||Plant Growth Hormone||Solubility:||Water,Soluble In Alcohol|
IBA Tree Rooting Hormone,
IBA 98%TC Plant Growth Hormone,
IBA synthetic plant hormones
Indole-3-butyric acid (1H-indole-3-butanoic acid, IBA) is a white to light-yellow crystalline solid, with the molecular formula C12H13NO2.
It melts at 125 °C in atmospheric pressure and decomposes before boiling.
making a solution of between 10,000 and 50,000 ppm.
IBA is also available as a salt, which is soluble in water. The solution should be kept in a cool, dark place for best results.
This compound had been thought to be strictly synthetic;
however, it was reported that the compound was isolated from leaves and seeds of maize and other species.
In maize IBA has been shown to be synthesized in vivo using IAA and other compounds as precursors.
This chemical may also be extracted from any of the Salix (Willow) genus.
In plant tissue culture IBA and other auxins are used to initiate root formation in vitro in a procedure called micropropagation.
Micropropagation of plants is the process of using small samples of plants called explants and
causing them to undergo growth of differentiated or undifferentiated cells.
Callus formation is often used as a first step process in micropropagation where the callus cells are then caused to form other tissues such as r
oots by exposing them to certain hormones like auxins that produce roots.
The process of callus to root formation is called indirect organogenesis whereas if roots are formed from the explant directly
it is called direct organogenesis.
relative effect of each auxin on root formation. According to the result for the species,
IBA was shown to produce a higher yield of roots compared to the other auxins.
The effect of IBA is in concurrence with other studies where IBA is the most commonly used auxin for root formation.
|Product name||Indolebutyric acid; IBA; Seradix|
|Classification||Plant growth regulator/Agrochemical|
|Mode of action||It's a kind of plant growth regulator which acts on cell division and cell elongation in plants.|
|Storing condition||IBA need to be stored in a cool, dry place, in case of causing decomposition in light.|
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