Analysis d.o.o. calibration and validation laboratory’s paper on the impact of gas lasers in continuous and pulse mode on the properties of biomaterials was published in the journal “Nuclear Technology & Radiation Protection”. The project was a joint effort between the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Water Management and a number of other faculties.
The study employed aromatic plants and laser beam wave length in the red range of visible spectra (623.8 nm) that is most commonly used for treating plant species. More precisely, the impact of low-power continuous He-Ne laser with irradiation times in the range of minutes on the plant development was tested on specimens of thyme seed (Thymus vulgaris).
The paper can be downloaded at the link.