These are naturally occurring substances that regulate plant growth and development. Examples include auxins, which promote cell division and elongation, and cytokinins, which promote cell division and growth.
Synthetic growth regulators:
These are synthetic chemicals that mimic the effects of plant hormones or have their own growth-regulating properties. Examples include gibberellins, which promote stem elongation, and abscisic acid, which promotes dormancy.
These are compounds that are derived from natural sources and have growth-regulating properties. Examples include aspirin, which promotes rooting in cuttings, and vinegar, which can inhibit weed growth.
These are physical treatments, such as pruning or shading, that can regulate plant growth.
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