Indole-3-acetic acid

Indole-3-acetic acid

Product description:

English name: IAA; IUPAC ; 3-Indolylacetic acid; 1H-Indole-3-acetic acid; Heteroauxin; Indole-3-acetic acid
Other names: indole acetic acid; Prone acetate; Miscellaneous Auxin; Indole acetic acid; Beta-indoleacetic acid; 2-(3-methylindole) acetic acid; Growth hormone; Indole 3-acetic acid
CAS number: 87-51-4

Level: Reagent grade
Content: ≥ 99%
Melting point: 166~169℃

Loss on drying: ¡ü 0.5%
Appearance: white or white crystalline powder. Soluble in acetone and ethyl ether, slightly soluble in chloroform and insoluble in water. Toxicity: acute percutaneous LD50 in mice at 1000 mg/kg. Intraperitoneal injection of LD50150 mg/kg in mice. CARP LC50 (48 hour)) 40ppm. Bee-toxic
Use: biochemical studies. Analysis of plant growth hormone and reagents. 3-indoleacetic acid, and 3-indole-acetaldehyde, indole 3-acetonitrile, Auxin-type substances such as Ascorbic acid occurs naturally in nature acid, 3-indoleacetic acid biosynthesis in plants is the precursor tryptophan. The fundamental role of Auxin regulates plant growth can not only promote growth, but also has inhibitory effects on growth and organ formation. Auxin in plant cells is not only free, you can also combine with bio-polymer solid bound form of Auxin, also has special material combination of Auxin, such as indol acetyl asparagine, pentose o indole acetic acid and indol acetyl glucose, and so on. This may be the Auxin in cells within a storage method, also release excess Auxin poison antidote
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