long-day response

long-day response

[¦lȯŋ‚dā ri′späns]
(physiology)
A photoperiodic response that is evoked by increasing day lengths and decreasing night lengths.
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Zhang (1985) indicated that there was a long-day response during some part of the BVP.
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