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A membrane-based subsystem for water-vapor recovery from plant-growth chambers
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Moffett Field, Calif, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Membrane based subsystem for water vapor recovery from plant-growth chambers.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 177602., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-177602.|
|Contributions||Ames Research Center.|
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Biology Cell Membrane Quiz. STUDY. PLAY. Na/K Pump. 3 sodium out/ 2 potassium in creates am electrical gradient. exocytosis. proteins, hormones, wastes- exit cell. receptor mediated endocytosis. needs a special receptor to bind to liquid. facilitated diffusion- aquaporins. water-osmosis. NASA is investigating the use of plant growth chambers (PGCs) for space missions and for bases on the moon and Mars. Key to successful development of PGCs is a system to recover and reuse the water vapor that is transpired from the leaves of the plants.
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Technology is a subsystem to recover and reuse the water vapor transpired from the leaves of the closely packed plants in the closed environment of a plant-growth chamber (PGC).File Size: 2MB. Get this from a library. A membrane-based subsystem for water-vapor recovery from plant-growth chambers.
[R J Ray; Ames Research Center.]. The key to the successful development of PGC's is a system to recover and reuse the water vapor that is transpired by the leaves of the growing plants. In this program we propose to develop a simple, reliable, membrane-based system that allows the recovery, purification, and reuse of the transpired water vapor through control of temperature and humidity levels in the PGC.
system for water vapor recovery is used to return the recovered, purified water to the PGC. Some of this water will be returned in the liquid state to the plant roots via the nutrient delivery subsystem.
The rest of the water will be returned as water vapor using membrane contactors, which will be operated much like "swamp coolers." These membrane. Water Vapor Recovery from Plant Growth Chambers NASA is investigating the use of plant growth chambers (PGCs) for space missions and for bases on the moon and Mars.
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