Solar light with wavelengths between 400–700nm is necessary for
photosynthesis. Light also acts as a carrier of information about
surrounding environmental conditions. Photoreceptors (phytochrome,
UV-blue photoreceptors) inside the plant detect changes in the light
composition and the plant reacts to these changes with a
photomorphogenetical response. Photomorphogenesis is the process
that determines the shape, color, and flowering of plants.