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Effects on total soluble tobacco leaf phenols of near ultraviolet light and temperature



Effects on total soluble tobacco leaf phenols of near ultraviolet light and temperature



Proc. Conf. Tab. Hlth Res. Inst., Lexington, Kentucky, Feb. 24-25 1970. 2, 117



Phenol contents in tobacco leaves were higher in field-grown than in glasshouse-grown plants. Tobacco F.C. 402 and Kentucky 151 were grown in con-trolled-environment chambers equipped with cool-white fluorescent lamps and filters that removed shorter wavelengths of light. Unfiltered lamps emitted some light of 290-320 nm. Leaves were sampled at 10, 20 and 30 days after treatment began.

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