Plant hormones (also known as phytohormones) are signal molecules produced within plants that occur in extremely low concentrations. Plant hormones control all aspects of growth and develop me from embryogenesis, the regulation of organ size, pathogen defense, stress tolerance and through to reproductive development. Unlike in animals (in which hormone production is restricted to specialized glands) each plant cell is capable of producing hormones. The term 'phytohormones' was coined by went and thiman and used in the title of their book in 1937.
Phytohormones are found across the plant kingdom, and even in algae, where they have similar functions to those seen in higher plants. Some phytohormones also occur in microorganisms, such as unicellular fungi and bacteria, however in these cases they do not play a hormonal role and can better be regarded as secondary metabolites.
• Evolution of plant defense proteins
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