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V. Thimann isolated IAA from large-scale cultures of the fungus Rhizopus suinus in 1935. The first generally accepted report of the occurrence of IAA in a higher plant was published by A. J. Haagen-Smit et al. in 1946. Since then there have been reports of the occurrence of IAA in dozens of species of seed plants. It is now generally agreed that indoleacetic acid is the major, perhaps the only, native auxin of higher plants. Interestingly, IAA had long been known to chemists since it was first synthesized in Germany in 1904 by Ellinger, but never before had it been suspected of having biological activity.
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