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[in-dohl-uh-see-tik, -set-ik, in-] /ˈɪn doʊl əˈsi tɪk, -ˈsɛt ɪk, ˌɪn-/

noun, Biochemistry.
a crystalline, water-insoluble powder, C 10 H 9 NO 2 , a natural plant hormone, used especially for stimulating growth and root formation in plant cutting.
/ˌɪndəʊləˈsiːtɪk; -ˈsɛtɪk/
an auxin that causes elongation of the cells of plant stems. Formula: C10H9NO2 IAA

indoleacetic acid in·dole·a·ce·tic acid (ĭn’dō-lə-sē’tĭk)
A plant hormone that stimulates growth.


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