Molecular mechanism of photoperiod sensing

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Anwer, Muhammad Usman; Davis, Seth Jon; Quint, Marcel; Davis, Amanda M;
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    mesheuropmc: food and beverages

ELF3 and GI are two important components of the Arabidopsis circadian clock. They are not only essential for the oscillator function but are also pivotal in mediating light inputs to the oscillator. Lack of either results in a defective oscillator causing severely compr... View more
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