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  • The most studied of the photoreceptors in plants is phytochrome.
  • Plants use phytochrome to detect red and far red light.
  • Plants make use of the phytochrome system to sense day length or photoperiod.
  • Butler was also responsible for the name, phytochrome.
  • Geotropic reaction is regulated by light ( more exactly by phytochrome action ).
  • The phytochrome apoprotein is synthesized in the Pr form.
  • In plants, bilins also serve as the photopigments of the photoreceptor protein phytochrome.
  • A fragment of a bacterial phytochrome now has a solved three-dimensional protein structure.
  • Among those sensors is phytochrome, a pigment that is sensitive to certain wavelengths of red light.
  • Phytochromes B E are more stable with phyB, the main phytochrome in seedlings grown in the light.
  • The phytochrome pigment was identified using a spectrophotometer in 1959 by biophysicist Warren Butler and biochemist Harold Siegelman.
  • Nyctinastic movements ( sleep movements ) are controlled by the circadian clock and light signal transduction through phytochrome.
  • For a plant protein that was dismissed by skeptics in the 1950s, phytochrome has come a long way.
  • Phytochrome, a protein in the flower buds, is sensitive to the balance between red and blue light.
  • When the seed is struck by sunlight ( or light from a regular incandescent bulb ) the phytochrome changes.
  • Many plants use phytochrome to establish circadian cycles which influence the opening and closing of leaves associated with nyctastic movements.
  • Phytochrome has been found in most plants including all higher plants; very similar molecules have been found in several bacteria.
  • Presumably plant phytochromes are derived from an ancestral cyanobacterial phytochrome, perhaps by gene migration from the chloroplast to the nucleus.
  • Nyctinastic movements are associated with diurnal light and temperature changes and controlled by the circadian clock and the light receptor phytochrome.
  • Many flowering plants use the pigment phytochrome to sense seasonal changes in day length, which they take as signals to flower.
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