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Berry callus cultures – Mass pigments, lipid composition, total phenolic concentration and anthocyanins

Continuation on the blog post “The more the berrier” (8 Nov 2013), find now more about the varying effects of different wavebands on the properties of berry callus cultures from the MSc thesis written by Olli Åman “The effect of different light spectra on berry callus pigment accumulation, lipid composition and secondary metabolism“.

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The blog posts are written by Valoya’s biologists and engineers. All of the content is original and is aimed at helping growers and researchers get a better understanding of the LED grow light technology.

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