Greening of etiolated bean leaves in far red light.

@article{Greef1971GreeningOE,
  title={Greening of etiolated bean leaves in far red light.},
  author={J A de Greef and Warren L. Butler and Thomas F. Roth},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1971},
  volume={47 4},
  pages={457-64}
}
Eight-day-old dark-grown bean leaves were greened by prolonged irradiation with far red light. Growth, chlorophyll content, oxygen-evolving capacity, photophosphorylation capacity, chloroplast structure (by electron microscopy), and in vivo forms of chlorophyll (by low temperature absorption and derivative spectroscopy on intact leaves) were followed during the greening process. Chlorophyll a accumulated slowly but continuously during the 7 days of the experiment (each day consisted of 12 hours… CONTINUE READING