Plant growth chambers are exactly what they sound like. They're made to create ideal circumstances for plant growth (temperatures and heat). Environmental chambers and terrestrial plant growth chambers are two terms that have been used to describe them.
Plant growth chambers may have the following features:
- ●heated or glass doors
- ●control via touch screen
- ●observation windows
- ●humidity control
- ●CO2 enhancement
- ●extra illumination
- ●spray nozzle modules
- ●Condensing with air cooling
- ●adjustable lighting
- ●cabinets and shelving
- ●remote-controlled condensing
- ●dry alarms
- ●extended temperature ranges
Applications of Plant growth chambers
Plant growth chambers can be used for a variety of purposes, including:
- ●Genetic experimentation and crop breeding
- ●Other components of plant physiology include photosynthesis
Plant growth chambers having downward and upward ventilation is accessible. Air diffusers also at the base of the chamber's walls allow downward airflow. Air-handling plenums maintain a consistent and uniform temperature throughout the plant canopy. Plant growth chambers with a downward airflow are particularly appropriate for trays and potted plants. Upward airflow was controlled by tapered air-handling plenums in the chamber floor. A consistent atmosphere is ensured by a steady composition of air volumes and velocities.
Types Plant growth chambers
The majority of plant growth chambers are made from steel with a white inset finish. Reach-in and walk-in are the two most common models. In many scientific applications, reach-in plant growing chambers or incubators have been used. They are employed in plant pathology study, seedling growth, and a variety of other purposes, as well as providing lighting for vascular plants. Swinging, flip-open, or sliding doors are available for reach-in plant growth chambers. Some models include multiple chambers, each with its own set of controls. These plant growth chambers come in a range of sizes to support a wide range of plant varieties.
Plant growth chambers that may be walked through are also accessible. They can be huge enough to walk through or small enough to fit within a room. Plant pathology, farm management, biotechnology study, and seedling growth and developmental applications are all possible with them. Plant chambers have indeed been utilized in several tests by the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration, involving potatoes and soybeans (NASA).
MRC-Laboratory Equipment provides a wide range of incubators and Plant growth chambers for laboratories