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Nucleic Acid, known as plant growth regulators (PGRs) or phytohormones, are chemicals that regulate a plant's growth. According to a standard animal definition, hormones are signal molecules produced at specific locations, that occur in very low concentrations, and cause altered processes in target cells at other locations. Unlike animals, plants lack specific hormone-producing tissues or organs. Nucleic Acid are often not transported to other parts of the plant and production is not limited to specific locations. Nucleic Acid are chemicals that in small amounts promote and influence the growth, development and differentiation of cells and tissues. Hormones are vital to plant growth; affecting processes in plants from flowering to seed development, dormancy, and germination. They regulate which tissues grow upwards and which grow downwards, leaf formation and stem growth, fruit development and ripening, as well as leaf abscission and even plant death.Nucleic Acid Journals deals with the above topics.
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Plant Biochemistry & Physiology Open Access,Biochemistry & Pharmacology: Open Access,Biochemistry & Physiology: Open Access,Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Journal Open Access,Plant Physiology, Plant physiol biochem-Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Soil Biology & Biochemistry