Diverse light responses of cyanobacteria mediated by phytochrome superfamily photoreceptors

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Diverse light responses of cyanobacteria mediated by phytochrome superfamily photoreceptors

Diverse light responses of cyanobacteria mediated by phytochrome superfamily photoreceptors, Published online: 08 November 2018; doi:10.1038/s41579-018-0110-4

Cyanobacteria have evolved a number of photoreceptor-controlled mechanisms that enable them to sense and respond to environmental light conditions. In this Review, Kehoe and Wiltbank examine physiological responses that are controlled by members of the phytochrome photoreceptor superfamily and discuss the signal transduction pathways through which these photoreceptors operate.

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