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Variation in Formaldehyde Removal Efficiency among Indoor Plant Species
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Ferns had the highest formaldehyde removal efficiency of the classes of plants tested with O. japonica the most effective of the 86 species, and species classified as excellent are considered viable phytoremediation candidates for homes and offices where volatile formaldehyde is a concern.
Determination of the Efficiency of Formaldehyde Removal According to the Percentage Volume of Pot Plants Occupying a Room
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It has been found that indoor plants could be an effective method for the purifying of indoor air, according to the results suggesting that pot plants occupying about 1% of the room’s volume reduced formaldehyde by approximately 7%.
Changes in the Phytoremediation Potential of Indoor Plants with Exposure to Toluene
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There was a rapid increase in toluene removal efficiency in 27 of the 28 crops with the greatest increase between the first and second exposure (i.e., after 3 days).
Occurrence of Stolbur Phytoplasma Disease in Spreading Type Petunia hybrida Cultivars in Korea
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Stolbur phytoplasma was identified from spreading type petunia cultivars by sequence analysis of 16S rRNA gene of phy toplasma and microscopic observation of phalanges bodies, which is the first report of Stolburphy toplasmas in commercial Petunia hybrida cultivars.
First Report on Poinsettia mosaic virus in Korea
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In a survey of commercially grown poinsettias conducted in Korea, PnMV was detected in ten of ten poinsettsia cultivars sampled and in 100% of 178 samples tested.
Detection and Molecular Characterization of a Stolbur Phytoplasma in Lilium Oriental Hybrids
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Homology percentage of the 16S rDNA nucleotide sequence suggests that this phy toplama could be classified into the stolbur phytoplasma, subgroup A (16Sr XII-A), as a type strain stolBur.
Tobacco mosaic virus Detected in Vegetatively Propagated Petunia Hybrids 'Surfinia'
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This is the first reported observation of TMV from vegetatively propagated petunia in Korea and it showed 99.0% nucleotide sequence homology with TMV-potato3-2, and with a TMV Korean strain.
Identification of “stolbur” phytoplasmas in Petunia hybrida seedlings
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The first report of seed transmission of “stolbur” phytoplasma in Petunia hybrida is reported, indicating that phy toplasmas are transmitted by seed in spreading type petunia plants.
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