Phytochromes and seed germination

@inproceedings{Casal1998PhytochromesAS,
  title={Phytochromes and seed germination},
  author={Jorge Jos{\'e} Casal and Rodolfo A. S{\'a}nchez},
  year={1998}
}
The control of seed germination by red and far-red light is one of the earliest documented phytochrome-mediated processes Phytochrome is now known to be a small family of photoreceptors whose apoproteins are encoded by different genes Phytochrome B (phyB) is present in dry seeds and affects germination of dark imbibed seeds but other phytochromes could also be involved Phytochrome A (phyA) appears after several hours of imbibition and mediates very-low-fluence responses PhyB and other… CONTINUE READING

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