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Effect of sideward lighting on the growth of potato plantlets in vitro



Effect of sideward lighting on the growth of potato plantlets in vitro



Acta Horticulturae 1(319): 163-166



Growth and morphological development of potato Benimaru plantlets in vessels stacked vertically and lit from the side were compared with those in vessels in the conventional downward lighting system. The number of plantlets per lamp was the same in both systems.

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