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The Application Of Chlorophyll Fluorescence To Study Light, Temperature, And Drought Stress

Y. Fracheboud, J. Leipner
Published 2003 · Chemistry

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Chlorophyll a fluorescence was studied for many years in specialized laboratories by biophysicists and molecular plant physiologists to obtain a mechanistic understanding of the functioning of the photosynthetic apparatus. In the last 15 years, however, this technique has been increasingly used by other plant scientists, in particular by plant physiologists for investigating stress responses. One reason for this has been the development of user-friendly instruments, enabling the recording of the chlorophyll fluorescence of intact leaves in their natural environment. Another reason was the development of mathematical models and parameters to interpret the results for scientists, who are not experts in photobiology or biophysics.
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