caulocaline

noun cau·lo·ca·line

Definition of caulocaline

plural

-s

  1. :  a hormone or hormonelike factor distinct from auxin that is held to play a role in the formation of plant stems — compare rhizocaline

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Origin and Etymology of caulocaline

caul- + caline


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