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Effects of various day and night temperature treatments on the morphogenesis and growth of some greenhouse and bedding plant species

, : Effects of various day and night temperature treatments on the morphogenesis and growth of some greenhouse and bedding plant species. Acta Horticulturae ( 327): 77-86

The effects of various day and night temperature treatments on growth and morphogenesis of bedding and pot plants were studied in growth rooms at 80 mu mol m-2 s-1 photon flux density for 16 h/day. The following day/night treatments were given: 19/19, 21/15 (positive DIF) and 17/23 degrees C (negative DIF).

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