Gibberellins are plant hormones that regulate a wide range of processes, such as flowering, growth (by stem elongation), seed germination, and fruit ripening.
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The family of gibberellins have a similar effect to that of auxins; they promote cell division and elongation. The major difference is that gibberellins in no way inhibit growth.
Gibberellic Acid is an example of one of the gibberellin family. Regardless of genotype (tall or small plants), more gibberellin equals more lateral growth.
Gibberellins are responsible for promoting growth in the embryo of a seed. It does this the following way
Gibberellins initiate this process in Summer, when the external environment exhibits favorable conditions for plant growth.
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