The Amino acids:

The prolina plays a key paper in the water imbalances, especially because the plants suffer a psychological disorder.
The proline and the glycine increase the power of penetration to the phytosanitary ones and help to the fertilizers to penetrate inside the plant.
These amino acids not only are a nourishing element if not that are also a regulatory factor of the growth.
The transformations of these amino acids in other amino acids and the biochemical reactions are regulated by the hormones and principally by the enzymes that play a role of biological catalysts.
These amino acids can act because the plants have specific needs: in the period of growth, in the flowering, the such environmental changes as frosts, droughts and the fungal or viral diseases .
The Glutamic Acid:

The glutamic acid is predecessor of the biosynthesis of other amino acids.

It stimulates the growth.
It takes part in the processes of resistance of the plants.
It increases the germination of the grains of pollen of and the stretching of the pollen tube.
The arginine:

The arginine stimulates the development of the roots.
Implied in the synthesis of the clorophylle.
Effect rejuvenating of the plants.
Predecessor of the polyamines like the espermine and the espermidine.
It delays the ageing.
The Proline:

The proline improves the resistance of the pollen to extreme temperatures.
Marked effect on the pollination.
It is involved in the activity of the gibberellines.
Important effect in the water imbalance.
It favors the opening of the stomata.
It is the principal amino acid of translocation in the phloem.
One of the principal amino acids in the rizosphere together with glutamic acid.
It improves the solubility and the absorption of the nutrients.
The Glycine:

The glycine plays an important paper in the chelation.
It favors the growth of outbreaks and leaves.
Predecessor of the groups pyrrol (chlorophyll).
It takes part in the systems of defense of the plants together with the glutamic acid.

Inside the structure of it them plants, vitamins and hormones exercise similar functions in the initiation of the specific processes of the cellular growth in the leaves, flowers and stems.

The vitamins of the plants are constituted by organic molecules that help to catalyze the chemical restirrup-straps

Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)
Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)
Vitamin K (phyloquinone)
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
It produces robust and vigorous plants with leaves of good size.
It improves the quality of the pollen and increases the minced meat with fruit and herbs.
Stretching of the pollen tube.
It increases the production of the horticultural cultures in greenhouse and outdoors.
Major development of the roots.
Major number of root hairs.
It lengthens the productive life of the cultures.
Fruits of major calibre and more homogeneous.
Detoxifying of the plants, the sap circulates better.
Marked antistress effect.