Gibberellic Acid 3 (Quick-Dissolve™)
Gibberellic Acid, also called Gibberellin A3, is a plant hormone in the family of gibberellins, a large class of naturally ocuring tetracyclic diterpene acids which promote cell growth and development. In small concentrations, GA3 is a potent, dihydroxylated gibberellin which commonly used in the triggering of seed germination, stem differentiation and plant maturation.GA3 is widely used to promote the production of larger grape bunches or the induction of other fruit without pollination or seed development.
Quick-DissolveTM Gibberellic Acid is a special formulation developed at GoldBio that dissolves more easily in water than standard gibberellic Acid. In our lab, KOH is not required to drive the Quick-DissolveTM Gibberellic Acid into solution.
(GA3); Gibberellin A3
MW: 346.4 g/mol
RESEARCH USE ONLY
Gibberellic Acid 3 is a growth regulator.
Storage/Handling: Store powder at room temperature. Store liquid at 2-8°C. Gibberellic Acid is soluble in water. Sterilize by filtration with a working concentration of 0.01-5.0 mg/L.
Müller B, Sheen J (2008). Cytokinin and auxin interaction in root stem-cell specification during early embryogenesis. Nature, 453(7198):1094-7
Hwang I, Sheen J, Müller B (2012) Cytokinin signaling networks. Annual review of plant biology 63: 353-380
|Storage/Handling||Store powder at room temperature. Store liquid at 4°C.|
Potato-Agrobacterium Transformation using Kanamycin, Timentin and Zeatin - by Hui Duan et al. (2012)
Selection of Transformed Wheat Embryos/Calli and Recovery of Transgenic Plants by Bohorova et al. (1999)
Preparation of 1 mg/ml Gibberellic Acid 3 Stock Solution Preparation
Gibberellin occurrence in plant tissue and physical differences between three gibberellins.
Synthetic reporter to visualize universally cytokinin output in vivo by Müller & Sheen (2008).
This is an excellent review of the work that is being done towards a comprehensive understanding of Cytokinin signaling networks by Hwang, Sheen and Müller (2012).
BAP-mediated proteome regulation specifically in the shoot and root of Arabidopsis by Markéta Žd'árská, et al. (2012)