Subject: Does visible light cause any chemical damage to plants?
Date: Tue May 19 11:31:11 1998
Posted by Stephen Gregory
Grade level: undergrad
School: Bath University
City: Bath State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Biochemistry
UV or far red light causes damage via the production of free radicals.
So are there any chemicals in plant chloroplasts that might become
altered because of visible light?
Re: Does visible light cause any chemical damage to plants?
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