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For nearly 50 years ADC Bioscientific Ltd. have been at the forefront of scientific sinstrument design. Product development is closely allied to customer feedback and we incorporate the latest technical innovations to produce products that are compact, lightweight, easy to use, with long battery life. We specialise in supplying field portable instruments to monitor photosynthesis, transpiration, leaf area, chlorophyll content, chlorophyll fluorescence and soil CO2 flux. During the congress we will be demonstrating our latest products, including a multichannel monitoring fluorometer, a multichannel substrate induced soil respiration system, a combined leaf gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence system and a unique chlorophyll content meter for small, thick and difficult to measure samples. If you measure, or want to measure, plant physiology or soil respiration then please stop by our booth for a discussion and let’s see how we can work together in the future.

PSP32Monitoring Fluorometer_510      PSP32Monitoring Fluorometer       Plant Stress Kit_Brochure       iFL       CCM-300


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