Light-regulated plant growth and development.

@article{Kami2010LightregulatedPG,
  title={Light-regulated plant growth and development.},
  author={Chitose Kami and S{\'e}verine Lorrain and Patricia Hornitschek and Christian Fankhauser},
  journal={Current topics in developmental biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={91},
  pages={
          29-66
        }
}
Plants are sessile and photo-autotrophic; their entire life cycle is thus strongly influenced by the ever-changing light environment. In order to sense and respond to those fluctuating conditions higher plants possess several families of photoreceptors that can monitor light from UV-B to the near infrared (far-red). The molecular nature of UV-B sensors remains unknown, red (R) and far-red (FR) light is sensed by the phytochromes (phyA-phyE in Arabidopsis) while three classes of UV-A/blue… CONTINUE READING
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