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Plant Responses to Light Stress

Amit Agnihotri

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Light is crucial for several physiological processes that control growth and development in plants. However, though crucial, excessive light can be harmful and detrimental for the plant causing photo-damage. Plants have adapted several mechanisms in order to respond against the light stress. Such protective response adapted by the plant depends upon the intensity and duration of the light stress.

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