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Sodium hydrogencyanamide | CAS Number: 17292-62-5

Catalog Number
ACM17292625
Product Name
Sodium hydrogencyanamide
Structure
CAS Number
17292-62-5
Synonyms
SODIUM HYDROGENCYANAMIDE;MONOSODIUM CYANAMIDE;cyanamide,monosodiumsalt;sodiumacidcyanamide;sodium cyanamidate;Cyanamidemonosodiumsalt,mono-Sodiumcyanamide;N-Sodiocyanamide;Sodiocyanoamine
Molecular Weight
64.02
Molecular Formula
CHN2Na
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1The dormancy-breaking stimuli "chilling, hypoxia and cyanamide exposure" up-regulate the expression of α-amylase genes in grapevine buds.

Rubio S1, Donoso A1, Pérez FJ2.

J Plant Physiol. 2014 Mar 15;171(6):373-81. doi: 10.1016/j.jplph.2013.11.009. Epub 2014 Feb 5.

It has been suggested that respiratory stress is involved in the mechanism underlying the dormancy-breaking effect of hydrogen cyanamide (H2CN2) and sodium azide in grapevine buds; indeed, reductions in oxygen levels (hypoxia) and inhibitors of respiration promote bud-break in grapevines. In this study, we showed that, hypoxia increased starch hydrolysis soluble sugar consumption and up-regulated the expression of α-amylase genes (Vvα-AMYs) in grapevine buds, suggesting that these biochemical changes induced by hypoxia, may play a relevant role in the release of buds from endodormancy (ED). Read More

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