How a Cyanobacterium Makes Far-Red Light Mean “Go”

[ad_1] When cyanobacteria live in low-light conditions, such as beneath a pond surface or under a plant canopy on a forest floor, some are able to switch from using the visible light that is most conducive to their growth and photosynthetic activities to harvesting the weaker, far-red sunlight that filters down to them. The current […]

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