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Figure 6 | BioMagnetic Research and Technology

Figure 6

From: Growth of etiolated barley plants in weak static and 50 Hz electromagnetic fields tuned to calcium ion cyclotron resonance

Figure 6

Shibata shift and PChlide650 regeneration. Left: The Shibata shift indicates the degree of spectral shift from 684 to 672 nm as a normalized function (see eq. (1)). This process seems to be slightly delayed for plants etiolated grown at the Ca2+ ICR (rhomb dotted line) at BDC = 65 μT, f(BAC) = 50 Hz, with respect to those of controls (square dotted line) grown under the same conditions but in the absence of an EMF. Right: The regeneration of PChlide650 is calculated by eq. (3) The plants grown at the Ca2+ ICR (rhomb dotted line) have probably a lower activity as controls (square dotted line) grown under the same conditions but in the absence of an EMF.

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