phytochrome chromophore biosynthetic process
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Photosensory proteins enable living things to detect the quantity and quality of the light environment and to transduce that… Expand Phytochromes are widely distributed biliprotein photoreceptors. Typically, the chromophore becomes covalently linked to the… Expand The HY1 gene of Arabidopsis encodes a plastid heme oxygenase (AtHO1) required for the synthesis of the chromophore of the… Expand SPA1 is a phytochrome A (phyA)-specific signaling intermediate that acts as a light-dependent repressor of photomorphogenesis in… Expand The HY1 locus of Arabidopsis is necessary for phytochrome chromophore biosynthesis and is defined by mutants that show a long… Expand The phytochrome-deficient aurea mutant of tomato has been widely used for the study of both phytochrome function and the role of… Expand Plant responses to red and far-red light are mediated by a family of photoreceptors called phytochromes. In Arabidopsis thaliana… Expand DEVELOPMENT in higher plants is highly responsive to environmental factors, the most important, in natural conditions, being… Expand Red light-enhanced pelletability of phytochrome was observed in extracts of all 11 plants tested: Avena sativa L., Secale cereale… Expand Phytochrome (far red form) alone can mediate anthocyanin synthesis in the mustard seedling (Sinapis alba L.). Complete… Expand