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Spectral Dependence of Different Light Reactions Associated with Photoperiodic Response in Pharbitis nil
If the relative intensity of red (600-700 m1), green (500-600 m u), blue (400-500 mg), and white (400-700 ma) light is 12 : 30 : 1000 : 30, each spectral region exerts a similar effect for both light break and the reversion of the far-red effect. Low-intensity light of 8 hours or more inhibits flowering when applied before an inductive dark period. The relative intensity of each colored light required to exert maximum inhibition is similar to that obtained for the light-break effect and thedoi:10.15281/jplantres1887.80.213 fatcat:5uzg5uzzzffpljynuxq5m73noa