Plant Growth Regulator Produced by Streptomyces sp. (Part II) Conditions of Production and Some Properties of the Plant Growth Regulator

  • Published : 1978.10.01


Effects of the plant growth regulator (P. G. R.)on the reaction of proteinase, $\gamma-amylase$ and acid phosphatase were investigated, and also were the conditions of production of P. G. R. by Stroptomyces sp. 445. The P. G. R. had no effect on the act ivities of such enzymes in mung bean seedling. But in germinating seed previously treated with P. G. R. it effected the activity of protease in cotyledon. In the conditions of production of P. G. R., the maxim, activity was appeared in shaking cutlure at $30^{\circ}C$ for 5 days, and by the addition of peptone or casein hydrolysate as nitrogen source, soluble starch as carbon source, and sulfur as metal ion.