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The importance of the epidermis in light- and temperature-induced phase shifting of circadian leaf movements


, : The importance of the epidermis in light- and temperature-induced phase shifting of circadian leaf movements. Planta 121(1): 27-37

The light-induced phase-response curves of circadian leaf movements of Solanum nigrum and Lycopersicon esculentum differ from each other. The light-induced phase-response curve of the monectochimera Solanum koelreuterianum (L. esculentum with the epidermis from S. nigrum) is different from that of either of the constituent species, but shows more similarities with the light-induced phase-response curve of L. esculentum.

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