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Plant Pathology Glossary
... pigment found in chloroplasts of plant cells and algae. Chlorophyll is the receptor of light energy in photosynthesis. Chlorophyll is also found in photosynthetic bacteria. Chloroplast a disk-shaped structure ... of carbohydrates from carbon dioxide and water in the presence of chlorophyll(s), using light energy and releasing oxygen as a by product. Phytoalexin a substance produced in higher plants ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

CMOS Newsletter December 14, 2003
... traits which store and re-emit light energy, the bioluminescent trait of the orchid uses its own energy to create light. These bioluminescent orchids will produce constant light, visible to the human eye, for up to 5 hours in a stretch. This greenish-white light is emitted ...
cmos.missouri.org

Botany online: Evolution - Energy-Conversion - Procaryotes - Eucaryotes - Diversification
... energy expenses by using the electrons of inorganic material (chemolitho-autotrophy), more advanced organisms ferment organic material (heterotrophy). A simple transformation of light energy into chemical energy ...
www.biologie.uni-hamburg.de

Light
... good at capturing useful light, & this reflects a yellowish colour. If your plant is not getting enough light, it produces more & more Chlorophyll to capture all the available light energy there is, the more Chlorophyll it produces, the darker green the leaves are. If your plant is getting too much light, it has more energy than it can ...
www.geocities.com/macaraorchids

Conservation Part 27: First Virtual OrchidSafari Society Meeting with Marilyn Light, 10 Nov 99
... blend of different metals in the halide arc tubes provides more useable light energy. Spectrum enhanced metal halide bulbs provide red light too. Spectrum enhanced sodium bulbs feature an increase in the ... products of use to gardeners. One super product is the Intelligent Plant Light which combines a timer, light and moisture sensor in one compact desktop structure. Perfect for a livingroom ...
www.geocities.com/~marylois

Conservation Part 22: At the Root of the Matter: fertilizers and potting medias, by Marilyn Light, 14 Apr 99
... Plants use light energy to grow but cannot be forced to grow faster simply by providing more light. Mineral nutrients are needed to support growth and development but cannot replace light as a ... , regular applications of fertilizer and adequate light to control the burgeoning growth. Too little light and soft, floppy growth will result. Too much light and fertilizer but not sufficient water and ...
www.geocities.com/~marylois
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Linda's Orchid Pages - Light Requirements Of Orchids
... is released, and hydrogen. Direct light is required for this process. In green plants carbon dioxide and the hydrogen obtained from splitting water by utilizing light energy are combined to form first simple ... can be a mixed blessing, especially if that heating effect becomes all to much. The energy supplied by unquenched solar irradiation at sea level on the Equator may exceed two kilowatts ...
www.orchidlady.com

Linda's Orchid Tips - Light Requirements Of Orchids
... is released, and hydrogen. Direct light is required for this process. In green plants carbon dioxide and the hydrogen obtained from splitting water by utilizing light energy are combined to form first simple ... can be a mixed blessing, especially if that heating effect becomes all to much. The energy supplied by unquenched solar irradiation at sea level on the Equator may exceed two kilowatts ...
www.orchidlady.com
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Photosynthesis - The Light Reactions
... - The Light Reactions The Light Reactions How does chlorophyll transfer its excited state into useful biosynthetic energy? The solution to this problem closely parallels oxidative phosphorylation. A system of membrane-bound ... than 680 nm, and is thus sometimes called P-680. Energy enters the system when PS2 becomes excited by light. Electrons are shed by the excited PS2 (oxidation), which grabs ...
web.mit.edu

More about light and lighting
... of a second (1 microsecond) light travels 300 metres. The energy carried by the particles determines their colour (wavelength). violet = high energy blue green yellow red = low energy ... infra-red ... microwave & radio ... . Watt: the rate of use of energy by a device; unrelated to the light output of dissimilar lamps; useful for comparing similar lamps. The energy used by a device is expressed ...
www.succulent-plant.com




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