20 January 2016 Nonspectroscopic imaging for quantitative chlorophyll sensing
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Nondestructive imaging of physiological changes in plants has been intensively used as an invaluable tool for visualizing heterogeneous responses to various types of abiotic and biotic stress. However, conventional approaches often have intrinsic limitations for quantitative analyses, requiring bulky and expensive optical instruments for capturing full spectral information. We report a spectrometerless (or spectrometer-free) reflectance imaging method that allows for nondestructive and quantitative chlorophyll imaging in individual leaves
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Taehoon Kim, Taehoon Kim, Jeong-Im Kim, Jeong-Im Kim, Michelle A. Visbal Onufrak, Michelle A. Visbal Onufrak, Clint Chapple, Clint Chapple, Young L. Kim, Young L. Kim, } "Nonspectroscopic imaging for quantitative chlorophyll sensing," Journal of Biomedical Optics 21(1), 016008 (20 January 2016). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JBO.21.1.016008 . Submission:
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