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Post-pollination endogenous phytohormone levels in reproductive organs in 2 interspecific Arachis crosses differing in compatibility
Wild Arachis species are of great value to the genetic improvement of the cultivated peanut; however, incompatibility hinders the utilization of the species outside section Arachis. Endogenous phytohormone imbalance was hypothesized but is yet to be confirmed. Using UPLC-ESI-MS/MS, we were able to determine the phytohormone levels in flower bases 3 days after pollination and pegs/pods 5 and 10 days after soil penetration. The results showed that as far as the significantly changed phytohormonesdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-1729351/v1 fatcat:goi7udbb7rbgjcnit7puns5mra