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Summary: An action spectrum for photoinduced conidiophore formation in the fungus was determined by exposing colonies to monochromatic radiation obtained from a diffraction grating monochromator. The action spectrum showed a peak near 290 nm with a noticeable shoulder between 310 and 330 nm and another one between 260 and 265 nm. This action spectrum has many common characters with those for photoinduced conidiophore formation of and , where the induction of conidiophore formation is controlled by a blue-light-inducible, near-UV-reversible, photoreaction.

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