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Phytochrome/Infrared Interaction
... I forgot to mention that there is also a phytochrome that only reacts to the dark. Could this be the florigen you are speaking of? I think flowering under "just blue" is a function that it might not be ... heard some experts say that florigen is constantly produced, but that the long days do not allow for enough florigen buildup to actually see the results. Some experts say that phytochrome will only trigger the production of florigen with critical amounts of Pr ...
http://www.rollitup.org/advanced-marijuana-cultivation/40388-phytochrome-infrared-interaction-3.html
Phytochrome/Infrared Interaction
... light converts the form of phytochrome from PFR to PR, with critical levels of PR triggering the hormone tentatively called florigen. Would a slightly higher temperature level at night increase to conversion of PFR to PR during flowering? If so, what ... form of phytochrome from PFR to PR, with critical levels of PR triggering the hormone tentatively called florigen. TRUE, but from what I can deduce florigen just controls the starting and stopping of flowering. Would a slightly higher temperature level at night ...
http://www.rollitup.org/advanced-marijuana-cultivation/40388-phytochrome-infrared-interaction.html
Phytochrome/Infrared Interaction
... I forgot to mention that there is also a phytochrome that only reacts to the dark. Could this be the florigen you are speaking of? I think flowering under "just blue" is a function that it might not be ... heard some experts say that florigen is constantly produced, but that the long days do not allow for enough florigen buildup to actually see the results. Some experts say that phytochrome will only trigger the production of florigen with critical amounts of Pr ...
http://www.rollitup.org/advanced-marijuana-cultivation/40388-phytochrome-infrared-interaction-3.html
Phytochrome/Infrared Interaction
... light converts the form of phytochrome from PFR to PR, with critical levels of PR triggering the hormone tentatively called florigen. Would a slightly higher temperature level at night increase to conversion of PFR to PR during flowering? If so, what ... form of phytochrome from PFR to PR, with critical levels of PR triggering the hormone tentatively called florigen. TRUE, but from what I can deduce florigen just controls the starting and stopping of flowering. Would a slightly higher temperature level at night ...
http://www.rollitup.org/advanced-marijuana-cultivation/40388-phytochrome-infrared-interaction.html
Phytochrome/Infrared Interaction
... I forgot to mention that there is also a phytochrome that only reacts to the dark. Could this be the florigen you are speaking of? I think flowering under "just blue" is a function that it might not be ... heard some experts say that florigen is constantly produced, but that the long days do not allow for enough florigen buildup to actually see the results. Some experts say that phytochrome will only trigger the production of florigen with critical amounts of Pr ...
http://www.rollitup.org/advanced-marijuana-cultivation/40388-phytochrome-infrared-interaction-3.html
Phytochrome/Infrared Interaction
... light converts the form of phytochrome from PFR to PR, with critical levels of PR triggering the hormone tentatively called florigen. Would a slightly higher temperature level at night increase to conversion of PFR to PR during flowering? If so, what ... form of phytochrome from PFR to PR, with critical levels of PR triggering the hormone tentatively called florigen. TRUE, but from what I can deduce florigen just controls the starting and stopping of flowering. Would a slightly higher temperature level at night ...
http://www.rollitup.org/advanced-marijuana-cultivation/40388-phytochrome-infrared-interaction.html
Amount of Light/Dark - Stoner Forums
... was reading one of my "study guides" (Canna Talk) ... in the most recent volume they were talking about Florigen (the two chemicals that react together to prompt the plant to flower). Anyway ... what they were saying that isn't ... , would that promote more growth and more flower, or is there some genetic thing that makes plants stop producing the florigen after 12 hours of dark? Sorry for the off the wall questions ... it's this damn Pineapple Express ... makes me ...
http://www.stonerforums.com/lounge/general-gardening/27661-amount-light-dark.html
Interruption of flowering at 5 weeks
... par- ticular date. Scientists think that plants measure the number of hours of darkness by producing a hormone , tentatively named florigen. This hormone has not actually been discovered. The theory is that when the level of this hormone reaches a critical ... in the autumn. When the dark cycle is inter- rupted by light, even for a few minutes or less, the florigen is destroyed by the plant and the plant starts the buildup to the critical level over again. The response to ...
http://forum.grasscity.com/advanced-growing-techniques/435215-interruption-flowering-5-weeks.html
357 magnum led vs 1000hps
... guaranteed rip off. Quote: Originally Posted by Loki7 Blue light really has nothing to do with flowering. The flowering hormone (florigen) is triggered by Phytochrome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia . Phytochrome has two states, an active state (Pfr) and an inactive state ... hellllllava lot cheaper Quote: Originally Posted by Loki7 Blue light really has nothing to do with flowering. The flowering hormone (florigen) is triggered by Phytochrome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia . Phytochrome has two states, an active state (Pfr) and an inactive state ...
http://forum.grasscity.com/lighting/780443-357-magnum-led-vs-1000hps-7.html
Marapa's modest menagerie
... must be transported from leaves to shoot tips, stimulating the formation of flower buds. They called the mystery chemical "florigen." A trio of new studies announced today seem to reveal how it works, including why flowers spring forth in ... said. "Together these data show that the messenger molecule produced by FT either is the elusive florigen, or is a very important component of florigen," Nilsson told LiveScience . And why does this matter to scientists? Daffodils bloom in spring as ...
http://forum.grasscity.com/outdoor-grow-journals/793239-marapas-modest-menagerie-16.html

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