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Species names

Types of ventilation

Numbers of air exchange (NAE) or Flow rate (FR)

Major findings

References

Brass ica oleracea L.

Chrysanthemum morifolium

Forced ventilation; non- FR = 5 ml min"

mechanized humidity induced NAE = 5 h"1 pressurized forced flow system compared with natural ventilation (polypropylene disc) and airtight vessel in a 60 ml vessel;

Brassica oleracea L.

FR = 1-5 ml min"1 in a 60 ml vessel; NAE = 5 h"1

Forced ventilation; non-mechanized humidity induced pressurized forced flow system compared with natural ventilation (polypropylene disc) and airtight vessel

Natural ventilation; Suncap Not measured closer (grown photoautotrophically) compared with polyethylene disc (sugar containing medium; control)

Forced ventilation enhanced Zobayed et al., growth and chlorophyll 1999a content, flushed-out accumulated ethylene, enhanced CO2 concentration, provide atmospheric O2 in the headspace under forced ventilation

Shoot culture Zobayed et al.,

(organogenesis): growth and 1999b chlorophyll content increased, flushed-out accumulated ethylene, enhanced CO2

concentration, provide atmospheric O2 in the headspace

Photoautotrophically grown Cristea et al., plants with natural ventilation 1998

showed higher growth, multiplication, chlorophyll and carotenoids, Chi a/b ratio, net photosynthetic rate, ribulose - 1, 5-bisphophate, carboxylase/ oxygenase and phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase activities than control

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