research-reveals-the-“blueprint”-on-how-plants-perceive-light

For survival, plants rely on their capacity to detect light. Plants, unlike mammals, do not have photoreceptors in their eyes to capture and transmit information from visual inputs. Instead, plants are covered with a network of light-sensing photoreceptors that sense various wavelengths of light, allowing them to control their lifecycles and adapt to changing environmental conditions.

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