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Rolston St. Hilaire, Theodore W. Sammis, and John G. Mexal

environmentally controlled greenhouses ( Spaw and Williams, 2004 ). Climate monitoring equipment allowed students to observe differences in environmental conditions between the hoop house and the external environment ( Fig. 3 ) while providing them with practical

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Daedre S. Craig and Erik S. Runkle

phytochrome photoequilibria (P FR /P R + FR ) was calculated for each treatment following Sager et al. (1988) ( Fig. 1 ). Greenhouse environment. The experiment was conducted in a glass-glazed, environmentally controlled greenhouse at a constant temperature

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Yu-Wei Liu and Chen-Kang Huang

plants, p. 851–858. Proc. 6th European Symp. on Space Environmental Control Systems, Noorwijk, The Netherlands, 20–22 May 1997. (ESA SP-400, August 1997) Despommier, D. 2009 The rise of vertical farms Sci. Amer. 301 5 80 87 Engineering ToolBox 2006 Pump

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O.M. Aguilar, T.M. Waliczek, and J.M. Zajicek

Cousins, 1983 ), an environmental attitude inventory ( Cammack et al., 2002a ) and the Revised Perceived Environmental Control Measure (RPECM; Smith-Sebasto, 1992 ). A demographic questionnaire for students was included as a cover sheet. CERI in its

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W. Garrett Owen, Alyssa Hilligoss, and Roberto G. Lopez

.25 zinc (Zn). Plant material was maintained in a glass-glazed greenhouse with exhaust fan and evaporative pad cooling, radiant hot-water heating, and retractable shade curtains controlled by an environmental control system (Maximizer Precision 10; Priva

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Sarah A. Masterson, Megan M. Kennelly, Rhonda R. Janke, and Cary L. Rivard

chambers on Day 8 and watered daily. KSU greenhouse, Manhattan, KS. The greenhouse in Manhattan consisted of a glass covering with typical environmental controls for a university research greenhouse including forced air heating and cooling pads. A layer of

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Emma Bradford, James F. Hancock, and Ryan M. Warner

classified as DN ( Hancock et al., 2002 ). The results of this work will expand our knowledge of the environmental control of this trait and allow us to identify appropriate screening environments to breed remontant cultivars. Materials and Methods

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Tadahisa Higashide and Ep Heuvelink

.g., improvements in greenhouse transmissivity and developments in cultivation techniques such as longer cultivation, soilless culture, high wire training systems, CO 2 enrichment, and environmental control by computers. Also, breeding for higher yielding cultivars

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Benedict Posadas

substrates; environmental control; and fertilizer, pesticide, and irrigation application. Very few nurseries or greenhouses were using mechanized or automated systems in cutting and seed collection and preparation; placing plant liners; sticking cuttings and

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Meijun Zhang, Duanduan Zhao, Zengqiang Ma, Xuedong Li, and Yulan Xiao

Automation in plant tissue culture. General introduction and overview 1 18 Aitken-Christie J. Kozai T. Smith M.A.L. Automation and environmental control in plant tissue culture Kluwer Academic Publishers Dordrecht, The Netherlands Anderson, J.M. Chow, W