Unformatted text preview: Short-day plants flower during early spring or fall, when the nights are relatively longer and the days are relatively shorter. Long-day plants flower mostly in summer, when the nights are relatively shorter and the days are relatively longer. Day-neutral plants flower without respect for the day length. Phytochrome is a plant pigment in the leaves of plants that detects the day length and generates a response....
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- Fall '10
- Biology, Plant morphology, Photoperiodism, Short-day plants flower