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標題: 溫室內微氣候梯度對作物蒸散量之影響
The Effect of Greenhouse Microclimate Gradient on the Crop Transpiration
作者: 張雅惠
Chang, Ya-Hui
關鍵字: 蒸散量;transpiration;模式;微氣候;model;microclimate
出版社: 生物產業機電工程學系所
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Transpiration is an essential index of irrigation in vegetable cultivation which was affected by microclimate conditions such as temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation and wind speed etc. . The gradient of microclimate in greenhouse enhanced the uncertainty of environment control. The aim of this study was to analysis the microclimate gradient in vertical direction and to discuss the effect on crop transpiration.
Transpiration was a complicated mechanism involved in many factors included several microclimate factors and the conditions of crop growth. The conditions of crop growth also influenced the microclimate. For example, the position with higher leaf area index (LAI) might cause lower air exchange rate. If a model was used to evaluate crop transpiration precisely, sufficient data about microclimate and crop needed to be measured and evaluated.
The results indicated that the height of greenhouse in subtropical regions like as Taiwan is lower and the domain air flow direction in greenhouse is horizontal. So the microclimate gradient in vertical direction is insignificant.
其他識別: U0005-1508201218013700
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