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Synthetic auxins are used to get rid of dicot, such as Dandlions and thistles in areas reserved for monocots such as grain fields. A dicot responds to unnaturally high concentrations of auxins by growing rapidly and then die; whereas monocot, remains unaffected by the treatment.

 

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Synthetic auxins are used to get rid of dicot, such as Dandlions and thistles in areas reserved for monocots such as grain fields. A dicot responds to unnaturally high concentrations of auxins by growing rapidly and then die; whereas monocot, remains unaffected by the treatment.

 

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Synthetic auxins are used to get rid of dicot, such as Dandlions and thistles in areas reserved for monocots such as grain fields. A dicot responds to unnaturally high concentrations of auxins by growing rapidly and then die; whereas monocot, remains unaffected by the treatment.

 

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