Use of Fluorometry to Differentiate Among Clipped Species in the Genera Astragalus, Oxytropis, and Pleuraphis

@inproceedings{Anderson2006UseOF,
  title={Use of Fluorometry to Differentiate Among Clipped Species in the Genera Astragalus, Oxytropis, and Pleuraphis},
  author={D. Anderson and G. D. Rayson and S. Obeidat and M. Ralphs and R. Estell and E. Fredrickson and Eric P. Parker and P. C. Gray},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract A rapid and reproducible method to determine botanical composition of forage is an ecological and economic goal for range animal ecologists. Multidimensional fluorometry previously demonstrated the possibility of a unique optical approach for accurately determining species composition of clipped and digested plant materials. Fluorometry may be used to detect toxic plants in standing crop as well as diets by using electronic transitions in chemical structures at wavelengths between 370… Expand

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