Do plants grow differently when given sun light, wolfram lamp, fluorescent light, LED light, infrared, ultraviolet, x-ray, unfocused laser and stroboscope?
It matters a lot. Take a look at this graph:
This graph is for the "normal" plants containing chlorophyll.
There're also "abnormal" :-) ones, simple water plants and cyanobacteria, that contain various phycobilins for photosynthesis instead of the chlorophyll.
If your question is practical, I'd recommend using specialy-designed fluorescent lamps called grow light.