How does the photoperiodism affect the flowering of some plants?

11 months ago

Flowering is a typical and easy to observe example of photoperiodism. Most flowering plants flower only during specific periods of the year or when placed under some conditions of daily illumination. This occurs because their blossoming depends on the duration of the photoperiod that in its turn varies with the season of the year. Flowering is also affected by exposition to certain temperatures.

Dipti KC
May 26, 2023
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