Gendron Lab: How plants know the difference between night and day

Plants with yellow sun background
August 26, 2019

Plants are extremely sensitive to lengths of nights and days and use the information to keep track of seasons, information crucial to their life cycles. Yale researchers shed new light on how plants use their photoreceptors as biochemical light switches in a new study published Aug. 21 in the journal Nature Communications.

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