Figure 2. Plant response inside YMB-1 (left column) or YMB-10 (right column) chambers with varying dye concentrations. Within a picture, from left to right, are plants grown in control, #85, #75, #65, and #55 chamber. Within a column, pepper, watermelon, chrysanthemum, tomato, and petunia are shown from top to bottom.

Eight pictures of plants in various growth stages


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