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Winslow R. Briggs grad student 1959 Stanford
 (M.A. thesis: A hypothesis for the geotropic curvature of plants)
Kenneth Vivian Thimann grad student 1963 Harvard
 (The Role of Indoleacetic Acid in the Tropisms of Coleoptiles)
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Gillespie B, Briggs WR. (2006) Mediation of geotropic response by lateral transport of auxin. Plant Physiology. 36: 364-8
Pickard BG, Thimann KV. (1966) Geotropic response of wheat coleoptiles in absence of amyloplast starch. The Journal of General Physiology. 49: 1065-86
Thimann KV, Pickard BG. (1965) Geotropic Response in Starch-Free Coleoptiles. Science (New York, N.Y.). 148: 669
Pickard BG, Thimann KV. (1964) Transport and Distribution of Auxin during Tropistic Response. II. The Lateral Migration of Auxin in Phototropism of Coleoptiles. Plant Physiology. 39: 341-50
Pickard BG, Thimann KV. (1963) Immediate Cause of Phototropic Curvature in the Maize Seedling. Science (New York, N.Y.). 140: 384
Gillespie B, Thimann KV. (1963) Transport & Distribution of Auxin during Tropistic Response. I. The Lateral Migration of Auxin in Geotropism. Plant Physiology. 38: 214-25
GILLESPIE B, THIMANN KV. (1961) The lateral transport of indoleacetic acid-C14 in geotropism. Experientia. 17: 126-9
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