Opinion: The red-light response of stomatal movement is sensed by the redox state of the photosynthetic electron transport chain
Guard cells regulate CO2 uptake and water loss of a leaf by controlling stomatal movement in response to environmental factors such as CO2, humidity, and light. The mechanisms by which stomata respond to red light are actively debated in the literature, a
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