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Deutch (1974) Physiol. Plant 32, 273-281. Deutch, B. and B. I. Deutch (1975) Physiol. Plant 35, 322-327. , B. I. Deutch and A. W. Galston (1977) Photochem. , in press. Garner, W. W. and H. A. Allard (1920) J. Agric. Res. 18, 553-606. Garner, W. W. and H. A. Allard (1931) J. Agric. Res. 42, 629-651. Gregory, A. and A. Klein (1977) Nature 265, 335-337. Gregory, A. and A. Klein (1977) Photochem. Photobiol, 27, 131-134. Haupt, W. and N. Bretz (1976a) Planta 128, 1-3. Haupt, W. and N. Bretz (1976b) Abstract, Eur.

3). The level of 60% pelletability intracellular^ is unaffected by the form of the pig- observed under these conditions is equivalent to the ment at the time of homogenization provided extrac- maximum that results when the red irradiations are tion occurs immediately after reconversion to the P r actually given at 25°C (Figs. 1 and 2). This is a further form. This lack of far red reversal of the actual level indication that the level of P established by the red fr of "potential pelletability" established by the prior red pulse is not responsible for the plateau of pelletability irradiation has been observed to a greater or lesser at 0°C being lower than at 25°C (Figs.

Spectral dependence of leaf unfolding -2 145 - 2 Figure 7. Spectral dependence of a 750pmol c m light flash (as Figs. 5 and 6) given 500s after an inducing far red light flash (714nm) 3600pmol c m , the effect of which has been subtracted from the response (50 plants per point, except for 650 nm for which 100 plants were used). in agreement with previous findings (Virgin, 1962, Deutch, 1976). It showed the characteristics of phytochrome action, although orange light was almost as effective as red light.

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