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Unformatted text preview: hormones identified in plants most often regulate division, elongation and differentiation of cells. Most hormones have multiple effects in plants. Plant hormones, as do animal hormones, work in very small concentrations. In most cases, the effect plant hormones have on the plant depends on the location of and concentration of the hormone relative to other hormones in the specific tissues. Plant hormones often work in conjunction with each other, and have overlapping effects. They also work with environmental stimuli, as we shall discuss. There are several classes of plant hormones, including a number of recently discovered ones. We will look at each of these briefly....
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