Biological responses controlled by phytochrome, Biology

Biological Responses Controlled by Phytochrome

Phytochrome responses are those which are controlled reversibly by red and far-red light. These can be broadly categorised as:

  1. Fast responses those which occur within a time span of seconds to minutes and
  2. Slow responses those that take hours to days to manifest themselves.
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