Multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging shows spatial segregation of secondary metabolites in Eucalyptus secretory cavities.

@article{Heskes2012MultiphotonFL,
  title={Multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging shows spatial segregation of secondary metabolites in Eucalyptus secretory cavities.},
  author={Allison Maree Heskes and Craig Norman Lincoln and Jason Q D Goodger and Ian E Woodrow and Trevor A. Smith},
  journal={Journal of microscopy},
  year={2012},
  volume={247 1},
  pages={33-42}
}
Multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging provides an excellent tool for imaging deep within plant tissues while providing a means to distinguish between fluorophores with high spatial and temporal resolution. Ideal candidates for the application of multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging to plants are the embedded secretory cavities found in numerous species because they house complex mixtures of secondary metabolites within extracellular lumina. Previous investigations of this type of… CONTINUE READING
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