Habtamu Giday
Habtamu Giday
Postdoc, Controlled Environment Agriculture
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Adding blue to red supplemental light increases biomass and yield of greenhouse-grown tomatoes, but only to an optimum
E Kaiser, T Ouzounis, H Giday, R Schipper, E Heuvelink, LFM Marcelis
Frontiers in plant science 9, 417174, 2019
Pore size regulates operating stomatal conductance, while stomatal densities drive the partitioning of conductance between leaf sides
D Fanourakis, H Giday, R Milla, R Pieruschka, KH Kjaer, M Bolger, ...
Annals of botany 115 (4), 555-565, 2015
Smaller stomata require less severe leaf drying to close: a case study in Rosa hydrida
H Giday, KH Kjaer, D Fanourakis, CO Ottosen
Journal of Plant Physiology 170 (15), 1309-1316, 2013
Improving stomatal functioning at elevated growth air humidity: a review
D Fanourakis, D Bouranis, H Giday, DRA Carvalho, AR Nejad, ...
Journal of Plant Physiology 207, 51-60, 2016
Threshold response of stomatal closing ability to leaf abscisic acid concentration during growth
H Giday, D Fanourakis, KH Kjaer, IS Fomsgaard, CO Ottosen
Stomatal behavior following mid-or long-term exposure to high relative air humidity: A review
D Fanourakis, S Aliniaeifard, A Sellin, H Giday, O Körner, AR Nejad, ...
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 153, 92-105, 2020
Foliar abscisic acid content underlies genotypic variation in stomatal responsiveness after growth at high relative air humidity
H Giday, D Fanourakis, KH Kjaer, IS Fomsgaard, CO Ottosen
Annals of botany 112 (9), 1857-1867, 2013
Leaf area estimation by considering leaf dimensions in olive tree
G Koubouris, D Bouranis, E Vogiatzis, AR Nejad, H Giday, G Tsaniklidis, ...
Scientia Horticulturae 240, 440-445, 2018
Stomatal anatomy and closing ability is affected by supplementary light intensity in rose (Rosa hybrida L.)
D Fanourakis, B Hyldgaard, H Giday, I Aulik, D Bouranis, O Körner, ...
Horticultural Science 46 (2), 81, 2019
Antitranspirant compounds alleviate the mild-desiccation-induced reduction of vase life in cut roses
D Fanourakis, H Giday, T Li, E Kambourakis, EK Ligoxigakis, ...
Postharvest biology and technology 117, 110-117, 2016
LED or HPS in ornamentals? A case study in roses and campanulas
T Ouzounis, H Giday, KH Kjaer, CO Ottosen
Eur. J. Hortic. Sci 83 (3), 166-172, 2018
Low air humidity during growth promotes stomatal closure ability in rose
D Fanourakis, HG Gebraegziabher, BN Hyldgaard, D Bouranis, O Körner, ...
European Journal of Horticultural Science 84 (4), 245-252, 2019
Differential effects of elevated air humidity on stomatal closing ability of Kalanchoë blossfeldiana between the C3 and CAM states
D Fanourakis, B Hyldgaard, H Giday, D Bouranis, O Körner, KL Nielsen, ...
Environmental and experimental botany 143, 115-124, 2017
Cultivar differences in plant transpiration rate at high relative air humidity are not related to genotypic variation in stomatal responsiveness
H Giday, KH Kjaer, CO Ottosen, D Fanourakis
VI International Symposium on Rose Research and Cultivation 1064, 99-106, 2013
Computational fluid dynamics modelling of the microclimate within the boundary layer of leaves leading to improved pest control management and low-input greenhouse
H Fatnassi, T Boulard, C Poncet, N Katsoulas, T Bartzanas, M Kacira, ...
Sustainability 13 (15), 8310, 2021
On the role of abscisic acid in the regulation of phenotypic and genetic variation in stomatal closing ability
H Giday
Aarhus University, Denmark, Aarhus, 129pp, 2014
Additional blue LED during cultivation induces cold tolerance in tomato fruit but only to an optimum
FY Affandi, T Prayoga, T Ouzounis, H Giday, JC Verdonk, EJ Woltering, ...
Biology 11 (1), 101, 2022
LED or HPS in ornamentals
T Ouzounis, H Giday, KH Kjaer, CO Ottosen
A case study in roses and campanulas. J. European Hort Sci, 2017
On the Role of Abscisic Acid in the Regulation of Phenotypic and Genetic Variation in Stomatal Closing Ability: PhD Thesis: Science and Technology
H Giday
Department of Food Science, Aarhus University, 2014
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