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Institute Cary, NC Lohr, V.I. 1992 The contribution of interior plants to relative humidity in an office 117 119 Relf P.D. The role of horticulture in human well-being and social development Timber Press Portland, OR Mathews, A. Ridgeway, V. 1981 Personality

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intervention. Intervention. The rehabilitation center had few interior plants at the beginning of the study, and these were not well maintained. Plants had been kept out of the bedrooms as a result of concerns about allergic reactions by patients. For

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effect of interior planting on health and discomfort among workers and school children HortTechnology 10 46 52 Genjo, K. Matsumoto, H. 2016 Study on effect of plants in office on human physiological/psychological responses Dept. Bul. Paper, Graduate

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satisfaction HortScience 43 183 187 10.21273/HORTSCI.43.1.183 Energy Information Administration 2009 Residential energy consumption survey. 14 Oct. 2016. < http://www.eia.gov/consumption/residential/ > Fjeld, T. 2000 The effect of interior planting on health

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. However, this condensation also reduces light transmission. The effect on heat retention and light transmission in relation to ventilation and interior plant cover (polyethylene vs. frost fabric) has not been characterized. Fertility management Intensity

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data collection and five of the 10 interior plants were randomly selected for data collection at the time of harvest. Data collection. Horticultural traits were observed at the time of harvesting. Five interior plants were randomly selected at the time

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perceptions of job satisfaction HortScience 43 183 187 Eisenhardt, K.M. 1989 Building theories from case-study research Acad. Manage. Rev. 14 532 550 Fjeld, T. 2000 The effect of interior planting on health and discomfort among workers and school children

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audiences on our disciplinary terminology. It is important to connect research in horticultural science with key areas of consumer interest, such as recent commercial demand for interior plants, fueled by younger generations. It is essential that CH

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borders. Of the six interior plants per line, three were used for routine LF testing, and three were used for continuous leachate collection; all six were used to monitor plant growth. Each of the six interior plants per line was placed on an elevated

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plants HortTechnology 10 53 58 doi: https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH.10.1.53 10.21273/HORTTECH.10.1.53 Lohr, V.I. Pearson-Mims, C.H. Goodwin, G.K. 1996 Interior plant may improve worker productivity and reduce stress in a windowless

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