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Abstract:The results of the ending phase of photo biological studies of capacity of lettuce and basil grown in conditions of a phytotron with irradiation by radiation of different ratio of fractions in the red-blue and blue-green-red regions of photosynthetic active radiation (PAR) are presented. The spectral variants of PAR providing the maximum or near to maximum capacity of the specified cultures are found. The complex and multiple-valued nature of effect of main PAR spectral regions on photo energetic and photo regulatory processes in plants providing their capacity is highlighted, which makes it impossible to determine common unified requirements to optimal parameters of artificial irradiation for growing of plants. These requirements shall be defined on the basis of direct photo biological experiments with main species of agricultural plants and be the most important element of the general photo culture macro technology. The general principles of fulfilment of the specified requirements to PAR spectra of phytoemitters are reviewed, including with consideration of setting of normal vision conditions for personnel of greenhouses and other protected ground structures.
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- photo biological studies
- light (photo) culture
- LED-based phytoemitter
- photosynthetic active radiation (PAR)
- action spectrum
- photosynthetic photon flux (PPF)
- photosynthetic photon irradiance or flux density (PPFD)
- photosynthetic photon efficacy (EPPF)
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