THE EFFECT OF THE MUSIC ON THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF BEAN PLANT IN DIFFERENT MEDIUM
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CitationY. AKHOUNDNEJAD, “THE EFFECT OF THE MUSIC ON THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF BEAN PLANT IN DIFFERENT MEDIUM,” fresenius environmental bulletin, vol. 28, no. 04A, pp. 3381–3387, Apr. 2019.
The experiment was carried out in the Department of Horticulture of Cukurova University in 2014 using the bean genotype in two different climate controlled plant breeding chambers and by growing the plants with hydroponics and vermiculite. It was performed until the young plant stage in hydroponics and vermiculite medium. In the study, classical music (Yann Tiersen-comtine D'un Autre Ete) was played for beans. In addition, every day between 11.00 - 15.00 hours music was played to the plants. Photosynthesis rate CO2, leaf stomatal conductance, respiration rate, leaf temperature, plant height, leaf number, stem diameter, shoot fresh and dry weight, root fresh and dry weight, root length were investigated. Plant height, leaf number, and stem diameter were determined every four days and by 5 separate measurements for each day. The rate of photosynthesis CO2, leaf stoma conductivity, respiration rate and leaf temperature in bean plant was measured after 22 days than sowing. The root length, root fresh, the fresh and dry weight of the green component and dry weight of the plants were measured after finished testing the bean plant. In this study, according to their own controls, differences were observed of the effect of music in the hydroponics and vermiculite tests. In addition, the effect of music was also different between the two trials (hydroponics and vermiculite) in different environments.