Phytochrome in Embryos of Pinus palustris.

@article{Tobin1969PhytochromeIE,
  title={Phytochrome in Embryos of Pinus palustris.},
  author={E. Michael Tobin and Winslow R. Briggs},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1969},
  volume={44 1},
  pages={
          148-50
        }
}
Phytochrome has been shown to be involved in the germination of seeds of a number of pine species as determined by the responses of these seeds to red and far-red irradiations (4, 7, 9). Nyman (7) found that even before imbibition, germination of Pinits silvestris seeds can be promoted by red irradiation. McLemore (5) found that germination of longleaf pine seed (P. palustris) can be repeatedly promoted and inhibited by short exposures to red and far-red light, after imbibition. This species… CONTINUE READING

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