Chlorophyll fluorescence at 680 and 730 nm and leaf photosynthesis

@article{Peterson2001ChlorophyllFA,
  title={Chlorophyll fluorescence at 680 and 730 nm and leaf photosynthesis},
  author={Richard B Peterson and Vello Oja and Agu Laisk},
  journal={Photosynthesis Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={70},
  pages={185-196}
}
Chlorophyll fluorescence constitutes a simple, rapid, and non-invasive means to assess light utilization in Photosystem II (PS II). This study examines aspects relating to the accuracy and applicability of fluorescence for measurement of PS II photochemical quantum yield in intact leaves. A known source of error is fluorescence emission at 730 nm that arises from Photosystem I (PS I). We measured this PS I offset using a dual channel detection system that allows measurement of fluorescence… CONTINUE READING
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