Leaf absorptance of photosynthetically active radiation in relation to chlorophyll meter estimates among woody plant species

@inproceedings{Bauerle2004LeafAO,
  title={Leaf absorptance of photosynthetically active radiation in relation to chlorophyll meter estimates among woody plant species},
  author={William L. Bauerle and David J. Weston and Joseph D. Bowden and Jerry B. Dudley and Joe E. Toler},
  year={2004}
}
The quantum yield of photosystem II, determined by chlorophyll fluorescence and the quantum yield of CO2 uptake, determined from gas exchange, are two physiologically important measurements in clarifying the response to environmental stress. Both measurements, however, require an accurate assessment of leaf light absorption in the photosynthetically active radiation wavelength range (400–700 nm). To date, integrating sphere and field-portable spectroradiometer measurements of leaf reflectance… CONTINUE READING
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