Leaf characteristics and optical properties of different woody species

@article{Baldini1997LeafCA,
  title={Leaf characteristics and optical properties of different woody species},
  author={Enrico Baldini and Osvaldo Facini and Fabrizio Nerozzi and Francesca Rossi and Annalisa Rotondi},
  journal={Trees},
  year={1997},
  volume={12},
  pages={73-81}
}
Abstract Light partition has been examined and evaluated on five woody species (Olea europaea, Ficus carica, Pittosporum tobira, Hedera helix maculata, Persica vulgaris) in relation to their leaf morpho-histological characteristics, water and chlorophyll contents. Leaf parameters and optical properties (reflectance, transmittance, absorbance) in PAR, FR and NIR wavebands (400–1100 nm) were preliminarily submitted to a canonical correlation analysis where lamina thickness and water content… CONTINUE READING

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