Search for optimal pairing options and operating mode parametersequipment of the Center “IMEDIS” when creating transfer preparations for intensifying the production of planting material for grapes
AUTHORS : Olkhovatov E.A. | Radchevsky P.P. | Kasyanov G.I. | Zemnitskaya D.E. | Larina V.S. | Chizheumova A.A.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : FSBEI HE “Kuban State Agrarian University named after I.T. Trubilin “,FSBEI HE “Kuban State Technological University”, Krasnodar, Russia
Low-intensity electromagnetic radiation underlying the interaction of all biological systems are factors, the impact of which is very small in magnitude and therefore difficult to register with equipment. At present, biological objects are the best indicators of low-intensity impacts, which become known from the observed effect – any response of the biological system.
Lowintensity electromagnetic influences initiate infinitely diverse nonlinear processes in a biological system, while changes in bioindicators are real, reliably observable and can always be recorded during an experiment; for their quantitative registration, it is not required to introduce additional techniques into the experiment. Conducting a low-intensity electromagnetic effect within the framework of a directed experiment consists in clearly fixing the dependence of the effect produced and registering the result – a change in the state of the biological system.