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Further observations of the response of various species of plants to length of day
H. A. Allard
|Other titles||Further observations on the response of various species of plants to length of day, Response of various species of plants to length of day|
|Statement||by H. A. Allard and W. W. Garner.|
|Series||Technical bulletin / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 727, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 727.|
|Contributions||Garner, W. W. b. 1875., United States. Dept. of Agriculture.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p., 1 leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||64|
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Plants are classified into three categories: short-day (long-night), long-day (short-night), or day-neutral, depending on their response to the duration of light or darkness. Short-day plants form flowers only when day length is less than about 12 hours.
Many spring- and fall-flowering plants, such as chrysanthemum, poinsettia, and Christmas. leaves, and general health observations. The following observations were recorded.
In all treatments, more pea seeds germinated than melon seeds. There was a week of rainy weather at three weeks. Melon plants developed a fungal growth at four weeks. Melon plants grew longer than pea plants, but many melon leaves showed signs of yellowing as the. Both walnut and Gingko trees lose their leaves in the fall when day length starts decreasing.
Based on these observations one may conclude that many tree species will lose their leaves in the fall in response to decreasing day length.
This statement is an example of: A. inductive reasoning B. an experiment C. a theory D. deductive reasoning. Flowering plants respond to changes in the length of day.
The advantage of this response is that these plants begin to flower only when environmental conditions are favourable. Karl Hamner studied the effect of exposure to light and darkness on flowering in cocklebur plants.
He placed cocklebur plants in darkness for different periods of Size: 2MB. Both walnut and Gingko trees lose their leaves in the fall when day length starts decreasing.
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Photoperiodism is the physiological reaction of organisms to the length of night or a dark period. It occurs in plants and animals. Photoperiodism can also be defined as the developmental responses of plants to the relative lengths of light and dark periods. They are classified under three groups according to the photoperiods: short-day plants.
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Hence, even if one can understand and anticipate the interactions that modify single-plant responses to elevated CO 2, further difficulties are encountered in trying to apply those findings to plants growing under Cited by: Day length or duration of light received by plants is also of some importance.
Poinsettias, kalanchoes and Christmas cactus flower only when days are 11 hours or less (short-day plants). Some plants only flower when days are longer than 11 hours (long-day plants), while others are not sensitive to day length at all (day-neutral plants).
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