The upcoming discussion will update you about the differences between florigen and other hormones.
1. It is a hypothetical flower-inducing growth hormone which has still not been isolated.
2. It is produced in response to a specific period of day length typical of a plant.
3. Florigen is considered to be the same in all the flowering plants.
4. It induces only flowering. It is neither a growth promoter nor a growth inhibitor.
1. These are the known chemicals which regulate growth in plants.
2. Other hormones are produced irrespective of the stimulus of light.
3. Other hormones are of various types.
4. Other hormones may induce, inhibit or show no effect on flowering. However, they stimulate or inhibit growth.