May 15 - 19, 2016
Plant Developmental Evolution, Beijing, China
June 19 - 24, 2016
13th International Coral Reef Symposium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
June 19 - 25, 2016
7th International Conference Photosynthesis Research for Sustainability, Pushchino, Russia All meetings
Standard PAM fluorometer for field research equipped with highly energy efficient LED and computer technology. Operation and data display by touchscreen for outdoor use. Digital leaf clip with PAR, temperature and humidity sensors.
Honoring their long-term export achievements and outstanding international networking, the Bavarian Exports Award has been conferred to the Heinz Walz GmbH. On this occasion, a short movie on the company profile has been recorded.
A precise 3D scanner has been added to the MAXI Version of the IMAGING-PAM. The novel setup integrates analysis of photosynthesis and morphology on a three dimensional level and thus enables a new way of multifactorial plant phenotyping.
High-class research fluorometer offering a variety of measuring and actinic light colors. Current publications underpin the high performance of the MULTI-COLOR-PAM chlorophyll fluorometer.
Versatile research fluorometer combining recording of chlorophyll fluorescence with measurements of PS I yield, 515 nm electrochromic shift, 535 nm scattering changes, NADPH formation or proton-sensitive dyes.
Compact and portable PAM fluorometer with exceptional time resolution permitting high-resolution recordings of F0 to FM rise (OJIP). As a matter of course, PAM-2500 features standard saturating pulse analysis under field conditions.
Top-of-the-range portable infra-red gas analyzer to quantify CO2 gas exchange under complete climate control, concomitantly with PS II and PSI measurements. New accessory: powerful LED-Panel RGBW-L084 emitting white, red, green and blue light for homogeneous illumination of 10 x 14 cm.
Multi-site chlorophyll fluorometer for long-term analysis of photosynthesis in ecophysiology
and agriculture. Since summer 2014, two systems have been employed in FACE-type climate change experiments.