photoinductive

photoinductive

(ˌfəʊtəʊɪnˈdʌktɪv)
adj
(General Physics) of, relating to, or being able to undergo photoinduction
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(35.)Aguer JP: Photoinductive properties of soil Has and their fractions obtained by tandem size exclusion chromatography-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, Chemosphere, 44, 205-209, 2001.
Several reports (Coolhaas and Wormer, 1953; Best, 1961; Noguchi et al., 1967) indicated that noninductive cycles with photoperiods of 18 to 24 h [d.sup.-1] can negate the effect of photoinductive cycles in rice, which agrees with the phenomenon of the delay of flowering by the SD-to-LD transfers observed in our study.
The value for [PSP.sub.S] varied from 3.6 to 24.1 d, agreeing well with Vergara and Chang (1985) who indicated that the minimum number of photoinductive cycles required to initiate panicle primordia varied from 4 to 24 d.