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Influence of light upon growth and development of plants with special reference to the comparative effects of the morning light and of the afternoon light



Influence of light upon growth and development of plants with special reference to the comparative effects of the morning light and of the afternoon light



Philippine Agric 19(9): 563-579



Oryza sativa, Zea mays, Commelina benghalensis, Alternanthera versicolor, and Brassica juncea were used. C. benghalensis and A. versicolor throve almost as well under diffuse light as under direct sunlight while rice, maize, and B. juncea were decidedly benefited by direct sunlight. To these latter plants diffused sunlight was decidedly harmful. Morn ing sunlight was decidedly more beneficial than afternoon sunlight.

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