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Effect of a specific light quality on the morphogenetic properties for Grifora frondosa. (Part 1) - Comparison of irradiation methods (continuous or 1/f fluctuating light stimuli) and characteristics of light wave length






Journal of Society of High Technology in Agriculture 12(3): 190-194

Effect of a specific light quality on the morphogenetic properties for Grifora frondosa. (Part 1) - Comparison of irradiation methods (continuous or 1/f fluctuating light stimuli) and characteristics of light wave length

In this study, we have investigated the intensity dependence and effects of fluctuations of blue and red light stimuli on the morphogenetic properties of Grifora frondosa in a growth chamber. The blue light stimulus significantly accelerated growth.


Accession: 003414581



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