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Far-red light is needed for efficient photochemistry and photosynthesis
S Zhen, MW van Iersel
Journal of plant physiology 209, 115-122, 2017
2112017
Far‐red photons have equivalent efficiency to traditional photosynthetic photons: Implications for redefining photosynthetically active radiation
S Zhen, B Bugbee
Plant, cell & environment 43 (5), 1259-1272, 2020
1812020
Far‐red light enhances photochemical efficiency in a wavelength‐dependent manner
S Zhen, M Haidekker, MW van Iersel
Physiologia plantarum 167 (1), 21-33, 2019
722019
Towards a biomanufactory on Mars
AJ Berliner, JM Hilzinger, AJ Abel, MJ McNulty, G Makrygiorgos, ...
Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences 8, 711550, 2021
682021
Substituting far-red for traditionally defined photosynthetic photons results in equal canopy quantum yield for CO2 fixation and increased photon capture during long-term …
S Zhen, B Bugbee
Frontiers in plant science 11, 581156, 2020
682020
Why far-red photons should be included in the definition of photosynthetic photons and the measurement of horticultural fixture efficacy
S Zhen, M van Iersel, B Bugbee
Frontiers in Plant Science 12, 693445, 2021
562021
Phototrophic N2 and CO2 Fixation Using a Rhodopseudomonas palustris-H2 Mediated Electrochemical System With Infrared Photons
M Soundararajan, R Ledbetter, P Kusuma, S Zhen, P Ludden, B Bugbee, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 10, 1817, 2019
392019
Photosynthesis in sun and shade: the surprising importance of far‐red photons
S Zhen, MW van Iersel, B Bugbee
New Phytologist 236 (2), 538-546, 2022
282022
Photochemical acclimation of three contrasting species to different light levels: Implications for optimizing supplemental lighting
S Zhen, MW van Iersel
Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 142 (5), 346-354, 2017
252017
Toward an optimal spectrum for photosynthesis and plant morphology in LED-based crop cultivation
S Zhen, P Kusuma, B Bugbee
Plant factory basics, applications and advances, 309-327, 2022
192022
Effects of substrate volumetric water content on English lavender morphology and photosynthesis
S Zhen, SE Burnett
HortScience 50 (6), 909-915, 2015
192015
Effects of substrate water content on morphology and physiology of rosemary, canadian columbine, and cheddar pink
S Zhen, SE Burnett, ME Day, MW van Iersel
HortScience 49 (4), 486-492, 2014
182014
Mild-intensity UV-A radiation applied over a long duration can improve the growth and phenolic contents of sweet basil
S Kang, JE Kim, S Zhen, J Kim
Frontiers in Plant Science 13, 858433, 2022
162022
Steady‐state stomatal responses of C3 and C4 species to blue light fraction: Interactions with CO2 concentration
S Zhen, B Bugbee
Plant, Cell & Environment 43 (12), 3020-3032, 2020
132020
Estimating leaf chlorophyll content of buffaloberry using normalized difference vegetation index sensors
JJ Chen, S Zhen, Y Sun
HortTechnology 31 (3), 297-303, 2021
122021
Photosynthesis in rice is increased by CRISPR/Cas9-mediated transformation of two truncated light-harvesting antenna
D Caddell, NJ Langenfeld, MJH Eckels, S Zhen, R Klaras, L Mishra, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 14, 1050483, 2023
92023
Photons from NIR LEDs can delay flowering in short-day soybean and Cannabis: Implications for phytochrome activity
P Kusuma, FM Westmoreland, S Zhen, B Bugbee
Plos one 16 (7), e0255232, 2021
32021
Accuracy of the Generic Equation to Convert CCI to Chlorophyll Concentration in the Apogee Model MC-100 Chlorophyll Concentration Meter
S Zhen, P Kusuma
Utah State University, 2020
22020
Far-red light and temperature interactively regulate plant growth and morphology of lettuce and basil
SJ Jeong, G Niu, S Zhen
Environmental and Experimental Botany 218, 105589, 2024
12024
The Interactive Effects between Far-Red and Temperature on Plant Growth and Morphology: Dependency of the Predictive Power of Phytochrome Photoequilibrium on Temperature
SJ Jeong, S Zhen, G Niu
2022 ASHS Annual Conference, 2022
12022
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