Theory:

Types of Auxins:
As discussed earlier auxins are of two types. They are classified into natural and artificial auxins based on their modes of production.
 
Natural auxins:
 
The auxins which are produced by the plants are known as natural auxins
 
Artificial auxins:
 
The auxins that are artificially produced but have properties like the natural auxins are known as synthetic auxins.
Physiological effects of auxins:
Auxins are chemicals which induce a variety of physiological effects in the various parts of the plant body. Some of them are as follows:
  • They induce the elongation of stems and coleoptiles, thereby stimulating them to grow
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  • They induce the formation roots at lower concentrations and inhibit their formations at higher concentrations.
  • The auxins produced by the apical buds are involved in the suppression growth of lateral buds. This phenomenon is known as apical dominance.
  • The external application of auxins induces seedless fruits (parthenocarpy) that are formed without fertilization. It is seen in plants such as watermelon, grapes, lime etc.
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Seedless watermelon
  • These substances also prevent the formation of abscission layer.
Reference:
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