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Research Article

Supplementary Light Source Affects Growth, Metabolism, and Physiology of Adenophora triphylla (Thunb.) A.DC. Seedlings

Table 1

The irradiance distributions of the different supplementary light sources used in this study.

TreatmentIrradiance (μW·cm−2)
UVBlueGreenRedFRIR
(250-400 nm)(401-500 nm)(501-600 nm)(601-700 nm)(701-800 nm)(801-1050 nm)

HPS16.7145.01,258.5900.4151.2557.0
MH244.4925.51,231.5369.283.5138.6
FR2.10.71.5155.0563.32,245.6
LED-w15.81,053.01,279.3599.339.248.2
LED-mix10.41,309.5341.01,273.411.16.9

HPS: high pressure sodium; MH: metal halide; FR: far-red; LED-w: white LED (red: green: blue = 2:4:3); LED-mix: mixed (red: green: blue = 4:1:4) LED; UV: ultraviolet; and IR: infrared radiation.

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