Plant Growth Regulators I am working with different Plant growth hormones like BA (benzylaminopurine), IBA (3-Indolebutyric acid), NAA (a-naphthalene acetic acid), K (Kinetin) etc. Two hormones are confusing. BA and IBA, giving me different results ….. Mostly BA is used for shooting but in my experiment I am getting significant roots from callus …. And similarly IBA is commonly used for rooting and I am getting shoots … Why is this happening ???? Does it happen normally or related to plant’s own characteristics ?????