Differentiating Among Plant Spectra by Combining pH Dependent Photoluminescence Spectroscopy with Multi-Way Principal Component Analysis (MPCA)

@article{Anderson2011DifferentiatingAP,
  title={Differentiating Among Plant Spectra by Combining pH Dependent Photoluminescence Spectroscopy with Multi-Way Principal Component Analysis (MPCA)},
  author={Dean M. Anderson and Timothy L Danielson and S. Obeidat and G. D. Rayson and R. Estell and Baolong Bai and E. Fredrickson},
  journal={The Open Agriculture Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={5},
  pages={1-9}
}
Photoluminescence spectroscopic probes offer the potential for differentiation among plant species in real-time. Spectral emission signatures (excitation at 365 nm) from three different pH (2.2, 7.5 and 12.5) phosphate buffered saline (PBS) extracts from two grasses, Sporobolus flexuosus (Thurb. ex Vasey) Rydb., (mesa dropseed), and Pleuraphis mutica Buckley (tobosa), two forbs, Dimorphocarpa wislizenii (Engelm.) Rollins (spectacle pod), and Sphaeralcea incana Torrey (pale globemallow), and… Expand

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