Tobacco Farming Articles

  • The effect of nitrobenzene on antioxidative enzyme activity and DNA damage in tobacco seedling leaf cells

    Nitrobenzene, although widely used in industry, is a highly toxic environmental pollutant. To evaluate the toxicity of nitrobenzene to tobacco seedlings, seedlings were exposed to varying concentrations of nitrobenzene (0–100 mg/L) for 24 h. The contents of reactive oxygen species (hydrogen peroxide [H2O2] and superoxide anion [O 2‐]) and the activities of antioxidative enzymes (superoxide ...

    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Case study: Tobacco drying

    Challenge Customer wanted to automate and optimize an old process that increases the leaf factor of tobacco. The new technology must be able to fit within the existing physical constraints of the plant structure without redesign of the facility. Approach General Kinematics was approached by the customer to qualify their process. Through the qualification, ...

    By General Kinematics

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