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Leaf Anatomy and Stomatal Morphology of Greenhouse Roses Grown at Moderate or High Air Humidity
Single node cuttings with one mature leaf were taken from Rosa ×hybrida ‘Baroness ̓and rooted in water culture. The plants were subjected to either 90% (high) or 70% (moderate) relative humidityExpand
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The effect of interior planting on health and discomfort among workers and school children
ADDITIONAL INDEX WORDS. benefits of plants, foliage plants, fluorescent lighting, full-spectrum lighting, human-horticulture relationships, human issues in horticulture, human well-being, mucusExpand
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Water loss and postharvest characteristics of cut roses grown at high or moderate relative air humidity
Abstract Single node cuttings with one mature leaf were taken from the rose cv. Baroness and rooted in water culture. The rooted stems were kept in water culture and subjected to one of the twoExpand
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The Effect of Indoor Foliage Plants on Health and Discomfort Symptoms among Office Workers
Indoor plantings are widely used in building environments though little is known regarding the way office workers respond to indoor foliage plants. The objective of the present study was to assessExpand
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Effects of air humidity, lighting period and lamp type on growth and vase life of roses
Abstract The rose cv. Souvenir was grown at two air humidities (65% and 90% relative humidity, RH) combined with three lighting periods (16, 20 and 24 h day−1 at a photosynthetic photon flux of 170Expand
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Effects of air humidity and K/Ca ratio in the nutrient supply on growth and postharvest characteristics of cut roses
Single node cuttings with one mature leaf were taken from the rose cv. Baroness and rooted in water culture. The rooted plants were grown in nutrient solutions and subjected to two levels of relativeExpand
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Changes in Na+, K+-adenosinetriphosphatase, citrate synthase and K+ in sheep skeletal muscle during immobilization and remobilization
The K+ balance and muscle activity seem to interact in a complex way with regard to regulating the muscle density of Na+-K+ pumps. The effect of immobilization was examined in ten sheep that had lowExpand
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Stem elongation and keeping quality in poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima Willd.) as affected by temperature and supplementary lighting
Abstract Euphorbia pulcherrima cultivars ‘Lilo’ and ‘Starlight’ were grown under five different day/night temperature (DT/NT) regimes from the start of short days (SD) to flowering for two differentExpand
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Lengthening osteotomy in the metaphysis and diaphysis. An experimental study in the ovine tibia.
  • H. Steen, T. Fjeld
  • Medicine
  • Clinical orthopaedics and related research
  • 1 October 1989
In 20 sheep, aged seven to eight months, a tibial lengthening osteotomy was performed to compare the process of repair of the metaphyseal and diaphyseal regions of the bone. Analogous to clinicalExpand
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Biomechanical factors in the metaphyseal- and diaphyseal-lengthening osteotomy. An experimental and theoretic analysis in the ovine tibia.
A post hoc comparison of the mechanical factors that affected the outcome of experimental metaphyseal- and diaphyseal-lengthening osteotomies in sheep tibiae was performed. The resulting motionsExpand
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