Plant Productivity: Can Photoreceptors Light the Way?

@article{Kharshiing2014PlantPC,
  title={Plant Productivity: Can Photoreceptors Light the Way?},
  author={Eros Vasil Kharshiing and Shriravi Prasad Sinha},
  journal={Journal of Plant Growth Regulation},
  year={2014},
  volume={34},
  pages={206-214}
}
One of the crucial challenges faced by the plant research community today is in understanding the myriad processes that orchestrate growth, which is paramount to produce sufficient biomass for food and non-food applications in the future. Plant photoreceptors play important regulatory roles in developmental processes that can consequently affect productivity. The UN Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that by 2030 the world population will reach 8.3 billion. Biological approaches that… CONTINUE READING

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