phytotron


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phytotron

(ˈfaɪtəʊˌtrɒn)
n
(Botany) a building in which plants can be grown on a large scale, under controlled conditions
[C20: from phyto- + -tron, on the model of cyclotron]
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1) and in a phytotron climate chamber simulating the mean hourly temperatures of the uncontrolled greenhouse (Trt.
Preservation of in vitro shoots encompassing 3 leaves was carried out in two conditions: refrigerator (4-6[degrees]C) in complete darkness and phytotron (20 [+ or -] 2[degrees]C) with 16/8 hour light/dark cycle (as control).
After a subsequent 3-day treatment within a phytotron under light-emitting diodes, there was a reduction of 44 percent to 65 percent in nitrate concentration.
For prevention of solution evaporation, petri dishes were sealed with parafilm and placed in a phytotron at 25[+ or -] 2 [degrees]C temperature with a 16h/8h light/dark photoperiod.
The facility also houses a Phytotron (greenhouse) with growth chambers that can replicate any growing condition for plants, from the rainforest to desert.
Pots were arranged in randomised blocks in a daylight phytotron maintained at 25[degrees]C/20[degrees]C (day/night temperatures).
Patterson conducted controlled-environment experiments in the phytotron at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, to determine factors potentially limiting the ecological range and agricultural impact of tropical soda apple.
Heinemeyer O, Haider K, Mosier A (1988) Phytotron studies to compare nitrogen losses from corn-planted soil by the [sup.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply, Installation, Commissioning Of Ducted Split Type Air Conditioning Units In One Green House At National Phytotron Facility, Iari, New Delhi
A soil column experiment was conducted in a phytotron room at 20/12 [degrees] C (day/night).