Ultrastructural Basis and Developmental Control of Blue Iridescence in Selaginella Leaves
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The iridescentb lue color of several Selaginellasp ecies is caused by a physical effect, thinfilm interference.P redictionsf or a model film have been confirmedb y electronm icroscopyo f S. willdenowaEnid S. uncinataF. or the latters pecies iridescencec ontributest o leaf absorption at wavelengths above 450 nm and develops in environments enriched with far-red (730 nm) light. This evidence supports the involvement of phytochrome in the developmental control of iridescence.
Ultrastructural Basis and Developmental Control of Blue Iridescence in Selaginella Leaves Charles Hébant, David W. Lee American Journal of Botany Vol. 71, No. 2 (Feb., 1984), pp. 216-219 Published by: Botanical Society of America Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2443748
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