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Neo Edwin Nyakane, Moosa Mahmood Sedibe, and Elisha Markus

to static magnetic field J. Plant Physiol. 167 149 156 Wang, Q. Chen, J. Li, Y. 2004 Nondestructive and rapid estimation of leaf chlorophyll and nitrogen status of peace lily using a chlorophyll meter J. Plant Nutr. 27 557 569 Welch, R.M. Norvell, W

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Madeline W. Olberg and Roberto G. Lopez

-zone temperature has been reported for poinsettia, chrysanthemum, peace lily ( Spathiphyllum sp.), african violet, and tomato ( Brown and Ormrod, 1980 ; Janes et al., 1981 ; Vogelezang, 1988 , 1992 ; Wulster and Janes, 1984 ). For example, TTF of chrysanthemum

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Eric W. Kerschen, Caleb Garten, Kimberly A. Williams, and Melanie M. Derby

Pearson-Mims, 1996 ). In a residential study, the presence of plants in a home increased RH by more than 10% and decreased airborne microbes by more than 30% ( Wolverton and Wolverton, 1996 ). Peace lily ( Spathiphyllum ‘Sweet Chico’) and dracaena

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Jennifer S. Doxey, Tina Marie Waliczek, and Jayne M. Zajicek

obtusifolia (Baby Rubber Tree Peperomia) were used. An assortment of foliage of various colors, sizes, and textures such as Spathiphyllum wallisii ‘Mauna Loa’ (Peace Lily), small Kalanchoe blossfeldiana (Kalanchoe), and Epipremnum aureum (Pothos) were

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Ajay Nair, Mathieu Ngouajio, and John Biernbaum

Evaluating the relationship between leaf chlorophyll concentration and SPAD-502 chlorophyll meter readings Photosynth. Res. 91 37 46 Wang, Q. Chen, J. Li, Y. 2004 Nondestructive and rapid estimation of leaf chlorophyll and nitrogen status of peace lily using