Active substances are increasingly obtained by plant syntheses of secondary plant substances such as a-tocopherol or triterpene.
Light energy is a necessary condition for the cultivation of plant cells or general phototrophic organisms (reactions to light and darkness). For this purpose a light module was developed for the RAMOS® which enables an individual light exposure for each flask.
In this, the light exposure (day-night cycle) and the light exposure intensity (dimming) can be varied within light exposure profiles, thus simulating appropriate ambient conditions for every organism.
|VA-RAMOSCLS8||Program-supported light exposure for RAMOS®, 8 channels, photon flux density 0 to 2,000 μmol/m²/s per flask place.|
|VA-RAMOSCL8SA||Stand‐alone light exposure module for manual exposure, 8 channels, photon flux density 0 to 2,000 μmol/m²/s per flask place.|
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