Chlorophyll fluorescence for quantification of fungal foliar infection and assessment of the effectiveness of an induced systemic resistance activator

@article{Tung2012ChlorophyllFF,
  title={Chlorophyll fluorescence for quantification of fungal foliar infection and assessment of the effectiveness of an induced systemic resistance activator},
  author={Jonathan Tung and Paul H. Goodwin and Tom Hsiang},
  journal={European Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2012},
  volume={136},
  pages={301-315}
}
Chlorophyll fluorescence imaging was used to follow infections of Nicotiana benthamiana with the hemibiotrophic fungus, Colletotrichum orbiculare. Based on Fv/Fm images, infected leaves were divided into: healthy tissue with values similar to non-inoculated leaves; water-soaked/necrotic tissue with values near zero; and non-necrotic disease-affected tissue with intermediate values, which preceded or surrounded water-soaked/necrotic tissue. Quantification of Fv/Fm images showed that there were… Expand

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