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Analysis of the response of photomorphogenetic tomato mutants to end-of-day far-red light



Analysis of the response of photomorphogenetic tomato mutants to end-of-day far-red light



Acta Horticulturae ( 305): 67-77



The response was studied to end-of-day (EOD) far-red light (FR) in light-grown plants of: photomorphogenetic mutants aurea (au), high pigment (hp) and double mutant (au,hp); the potential photomorphogenetic mutant procera (pro) and the isogenic wild type of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) Ailsa Craig.

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