Phytochrome A increases tolerance to high evaporative demand.

@article{Auge2012PhytochromeAI,
  title={Phytochrome A increases tolerance to high evaporative demand.},
  author={Gabriela A Auge and Mat{\'i}as Leandro Rugnone and Leandro Cortes and Carina Ver{\'o}nica Gonz{\'a}lez and Gabriela Zarlavsky and Hern{\'a}n Esteban Boccalandro and Rodolfo Sanchez},
  journal={Physiologia plantarum},
  year={2012},
  volume={146 2},
  pages={228-35}
}
Stresses resulting from high transpiration demand induce adjustments in plants that lead to reductions of water loss. These adjustments, including changes in water absorption, transport and/or loss by transpiration, are crucial to normal plant development. Tomato wild type (WT) and phytochrome A (phyA)-mutant plants, fri1-1, were exposed to conditions of either low or high transpiration demand and several morphological and physiological changes were measured during stress conditions. Mutant… CONTINUE READING

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