An Overview of LEDs' Effects on the Production of Bioactive Compounds and Crop Quality.

@article{Hasan2017AnOO,
  title={An Overview of LEDs' Effects on the Production of Bioactive Compounds and Crop Quality.},
  author={Md Mohidul Hasan and Tufail Bashir and Ritesh Ghosh and Sun Keun Lee and Hanhong Bae},
  journal={Molecules},
  year={2017},
  volume={22 9}
}
Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are characterized by their narrow-spectrum, non-thermal photon emission, greater longevity, and energy-saving characteristics, which are better than traditional light sources. LEDs thus hold the potential to revolutionize horticulture lighting technology for crop production, protection, and preservation. Exposure to different LED wavelengths can induce the synthesis of bioactive compounds and antioxidants, which in turn can improve the nutritional quality of… CONTINUE READING
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