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Internal Clock, External Light Regulate Plant Growth


July 9, 2007

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Most plants and animals show changes in activity over a 24-hour cycle. Now, for the first time, researchers have shown how a plant combines signals from its internal clock with those from the environment to show a daily rhythm of growth.
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