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Elisa Solis-Toapanta and Celina Gómez

decrease in dark respiration in response to low DLI is an acclimation response that increases the net carbon gain of plants grown under limited light ( Nemali and van Iersel, 2004 ). As indicated by A max , the photosynthetic capacity of plants was similar

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Sydney Lykins, Katlynn Scammon, Brian T. Lawrence, and Juan Carlos Melgar

values were similar among sampling periods except for ‘Von’, which showed lower R D ( P ≤ 0.05) BH than AH. The acclimation of R D to available light has been explored in forest species ( Lusk and Reich, 2000 ) and generally decreases with more

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Haijie Dou, Genhua Niu, Mengmeng Gu, and Joseph Masabni

). With the advancement of light-emitting diode (LED) technology and its customizable nature, the effects of different light wavelengths on plant growth and secondary metabolites accumulation can be characterized ( Darko et al., 2014 ; Mitchell et al

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Qiansheng Li, Min Deng, Jianjun Chen, and Richard J. Henny

. Ulrichs, C. 2006 Acclimatization of Ficus benjamina and Schefflera arboricola to indoor temperatures and low light intensities Acta Hort. 711 133 138 Nemali, K.S. van Iersel, M.W. 2004 Acclimation of

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Fairuz A. Buajaila, Pinki Devi, and Carol A. Miles

level during the healing and acclimation periods ( Jang et al., 2011 ; Nobuoka et al., 2005 ). Similarly, Vu et al. (2014) reported that grafted seedling survival improved with a red light-emitting diode (LED) treatment rather than darkness during the

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Qinglu Ying, Yun Kong, and Youbin Zheng

acclimation of impatiens, salvia, petunia, and tomato seedlings to blue and red light HortScience 50 522 529 Xiao, Z. Lester, G.E. Luo, Y. Wang, Q. 2012 Assessment of vitamin and carotenoid concentrations of emerging food products: Edible microgreens J. Agr

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Charles Fontanier, Justin Quetone Moss, Lakshmy Gopinath, Carla Goad, Kemin Su, and Yanqi Wu

). Plants undergo physiological changes in response to low nonfreezing temperatures. This process is termed “cold acclimation” and can increase the survivability of cells under subsequent freezing stress. For warm-season turfgrasses that undergo a seasonal

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Celina Gómez and Cary A. Mitchell

likely as an acclimation response to light-limited conditions, which reduces metabolic activity in the lower canopy and ultimately leads to the reallocation of photoassimilates from lower leaves to growing organs ( Pettersen et al., 2010 ). In contrast

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Marc W. van Iersel, Geoffrey Weaver, Michael T. Martin, Rhuanito S. Ferrarezi, Erico Mattos, and Mark Haidekker

factories are expensive to operate, partly because of the large power requirements of electric lamps that provide the actinic light that drives the light reactions of photosynthesis. In enclosed plant factories, photosynthesis is driven exclusively by

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Tonghua Pan, Juanjuan Ding, Gege Qin, Yunlong Wang, Linjie Xi, Junwei Yang, Jianming Li, Jing Zhang, and Zhirong Zou

). Tomato fruit yield and quality are affected by a large number of environment factors, including the levels of CO 2 and light ( Mamatha et al., 2014 ; Tewolde et al., 2016 ). How these two factors can be regulated to maximize fruit yield and quality has