Red Light Stimulates an Increase in Intracellular Calcium in the Spores of

Abstract

Red light (R) stimulates an increase in the total concentration of intracellular calcium in the spores of Oaocka seaibilis L. as determined by atomic absorption spectoscopy. Subsequent exposure to far-red light inhibits the R-induced inrease in intracellular calcium. The majority of the incea occurs 5 minutes after the onset of irradiation. The calcium… (More)

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@inproceedings{HeplerRedLS, title={Red Light Stimulates an Increase in Intracellular Calcium in the Spores of}, author={Peter K Hepler} }