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cy•to•ki•nin



Pronunciation: (sī"tu-kī'nin), [key]
n. Biochem.
any of a class of plant hormones, produced by the roots and traveling upward through the xylem, that promote tissue growth and budding and, on application, retard plant senescence. Cf. kinetin, zeatin.

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