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  1. Nitric oxide
    The presence of nitric oxide (NO) was found to be highest at 2-16 weeks after planting. NO is created by the action of nitrate reductase on nitrates.
  2. Salicylic acid
    Salicylic acid is known as the “hormone” of plants because of its role in regulating plant defense mechanisms and inducing systemic acquired resistance. In addition, salicylic acid has been shown to increase the yield of some crops.
  3. Ethylene
    Ethylene gas is a gaseous hormone produced naturally by plants. It is often associated with ripening fruit and flower buds.
  4. Phenolics
    Phenolic compounds have been reported to play a role in inhibiting fungal disease, enhancing antiherbivore defenses, and increasing the nutritional value of fruits.
  5. Gibberellins
    Gibberellins are phytohormones involved in stimulating seed germination as well as increasing stem elongation.
  6. Brassinosteroids
    Brassinosteroids are steroid hormones that regulate plant growth and development.
  7. Jasmonates
    Jasmonates are natural bioactive molecules that are produced by plant cells under conditions of wounding or infection by pathogens.

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