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Impact of electromagnetic fields on morphogenesis and physiological indices of tomato

Impact of electromagnetic fields on morphogenesis and physiological indices of tomato

International Agrophysics 18(3): 277-283

The impact of electromagnetic fields of the power of 1800 Am-1 (=H), 1000 Am-1 (=H), 800 Am-1 (~H), 1500 Am-1 (~H), 200 Am-1 (~H) on the morphological and physiological parameters of tomato plants which were affected directly during the whole vegetation by these fields, and in the first and second generation after effect, was studied in vegetation trials in the glass greenhouses of the phytotron complex.

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