Academic Articles

Years of Research Worldwide

Valoya’s lights have been used in more than 60 published research projects. See the publications below.

Recent Publications

Early growth of Scots pine seedlings is affected by seed origin and light quality.

Emmi Aläkärppä, Erja Taulavuori, Luis Valledor, Toni Marttila, Soile Jokipii-Lukkari, Katja Karppinen, Nga Nguyen, Kari Taulavuori, Hely Häggman. Journal of Plant Physiology (2019). 237, 120-128.

The Effect of Different Light Spectra on Berry Callus Pigment Accumulation, Lipid Composition and Secondary Metabolism.

Olli Åman. (2014).

Preliminary Investigation of LED Lighting as Growth Light for Seedlings from Different Tree Species in Growth Chambers
Stefania ASTOLFI, Chiara MARIANELLO, Stefano GREGO, Rosanna BELLAROSA. Not Bot Horti Agrobo (2012).40(2), 31-38.
Morphology, development and transplant potential of Prunus avium and Cornus anguinea seedlings growing under different LED lights
Filippos BANTIS, Kalliopi RADOGLOU. (2016).
Light emitting diodes (LEDs) affect morphological, physiological and phytochemical characteristics of pomegranate seedlings
Filippos Bantisa, Katerina Karamanolia, Aggeliki Ainalidoua, Kalliopi Radogloub, Helen-Isis A. Constantinidoua. Scientia Horticulturae (2018).234, 267-274.
Artificial LED lighting enhances growth characteristics and totalphenolic content of Ocimum basilicum, but variably affects transplantsuccess
Filippos Bantisa, Theoharis Ouzounisb, Kalliopi Radogloua. Scientia Horticulturae (2016).198, 277-283.
Discrimination of boron tolerance in Pisum sativum L. genotypes using a rapid, high‑throughput hydroponic screen and precociously germinated seed grown under far‑red enriched light
Richard G. Bennett, Federico M. Ribalta, Maria Pazos‑Navarro, Antonio Leonforte, Janine S. Croser. Plant Methods (2017).13, 70.
Utnyttja belysningen effektivt
Karl-Johan Bergstrand, Håkan Asp, Hartmut K. Schüssler. LjuLTV-fakultetens faktablad (2015), 3.
Modern växthusbelysning -ett kompendium om växthusbelysning
Karl-Johan Bergstrand. Rapport (2015), 20.

Effects of LED-Illumination and Light Intensity on the Acclimatization of In Vitro Plantlets to Ex Vitro Conditions

E. Bleser, S. Tittmann, E.H. Rühl. ISHS Acta Horticulturae (2014).1082, 131-140.

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