Photoperiodic long-day control of sporophyll and hair formation in the brown alga Undaria pinnatifida View Full Text


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2004-03

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Shaojun Pang, Klaus Lüning

ABSTRACT

Two photoperiodic responses, the development of sporophylls and hairs, havebeen quantified in sporophytes of the brown alga Undaria pinnatifida. In a finalexperiment, the algae were cultivated in outdoor, 2000-L seawater tanks in agreenhouse for up to 12 weeks, and daylength was regulated by automatic blindsmounted on top of the tanks. Vegetative young sporophytes were treated undershort-day (SD; 8 h light per day) or long-day conditions (LD; 16 h light perday), at 12 h light per day or in a night-break regime (NB; 8 h light per day,7.5 h dark, 1 h light, 7.5 h dark). The earliest sporophyll development wasobserved 6, 7 or 9 weeks under LD, NB or SD conditions, respectively. After 12 weeksthe sporophylls were significantly longer and wider under LD or NB conditions than inthe SD regime, and only half of the experimental algae had formed sporophyllsunder SD conditions, but all algae under LD or NB conditions. In a foregoing 7-weekculture experiment performed in 300-lL indoor tanks, enhanced sporophyll formationhad also been observed under LD and not under SD conditions (NB omitted). In bothexperiments, blade elongation rates remained high until the end of theexperiments in SD, but declined during sporophyll initiation in LD, NB or at 12 hlight per day. Another difference caused by photoperiod was observed in regard to thedevelopment of surface hair spots which occurred in both experiments on the bladesin LD, NB or at 12 h light per day with identical densities, but were completelylacking under SD conditions. It is concluded that U. pinnatifida is afacultatative long-day plant in regard to reproduction forming vigorously sporophyllsin long days, and an obligate long-day plant in regard to hair formation. More... »

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83-92

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