Equipment for research

Authors: Voisey, T. W.
Description: Many plant growth experiments require special growth cabinets, equipment and conditions, but the experiment may be of short duration. Thus in some cases, an existing growth chamber is modified temporarily for the purpose. This is often inconvenient and may use a large growth chamber inefficiently. One of the conditions normally required in all experiments is control of air temperature, while a simple box or tent is sufficient for the growth area. Thus a portable air conditioning unit as shown in figure 1 is of great utility for maintaining constant air temperatures in temporary growth areas.
Keywords: equipment for research
Citation: Voisey, T. W. 1963. EQUIPMENT FOR RESEARCH. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 5(1):39-40.
Volume: 5
Issue: 1
Start page number: 39
End page number: 40
Date: 1963
Coverage: Canada
Located in: Volume 5 (1963)

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