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Plant Leaf Optical Properties in Visible & Near-Infrared Light (Graduate Studies / Texas Tech University,)

Harold W. Gausman

Plant Leaf Optical Properties in Visible & Near-Infrared Light (Graduate Studies / Texas Tech University,)

by Harold W. Gausman

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Published by Texas Tech University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Life Sciences - Botany,
  • Science

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11327885M
    ISBN 100896721310
    ISBN 109780896721319

    The optical properties of mouse skin in the visible and near infrared spectral regions. Within a broad wavelength range (– nm) all main optical properties of visible and near infrared radiation could be inferred. Optical property differences between males and females of pigmented and albino strains were found to be by: Researchers have used the visible and near-infrared spectroscopy to study plants under the stresses of herbicide. Tian et al. [ 68 ] used near-infrared spectroscopy to study oilseed rape under the stress of propyl 4-(2-(4,6-dimethoxypyrimidinyloxy) benzylamino)benzoate (ZJ), and determined the total- and branched-chain amino acids in.

    Plants use visible light (mainly blue and red light) as 'food' -- but not so much green light, which is why they reflect green away, and thus look green to our eyes. They also happen to reflect near infrared light (which is just beyond red light, but not visible to the human eye). Infrared (IR) light has longer wavelengths than visible light. The Electromagnetic Spectrum The electromagnetic spectrum comprises all wavelengths of light from the very short (gamma rays) to the very long (radio waves).

      Infrared light waves range between the light that humans can see unaided and microwaves. It is a specific light in the electromagnetic spectrum and can affect how a plant grows. The closer the infrared waves are to the microwave end of the electromagnetic spectrum, the more they are experienced as heat instead of. The real n (ν) and imaginary k (ν) parts of the complex refractive index Nˆ = n + i k of water at 27 °C have been determined from measurements of spectral reflectance at near-normal incidence and from measurements of the transmittance of water in carefully constructed absorption cells. Values of n (ν) are reported in graphical and tabular form for the spectral region –27 cm−1.


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Plant Leaf Optical Properties in Visible & Near-Infrared Light (Graduate Studies / Texas Tech University,) by Harold W. Gausman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Plant Leaf Optical Properties in Visible and Near-Infrared Light (Graduate Studies) Hardcover – Janu by Harold W. Gausman (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: Harold W. Gausman. Plant leaf optical properties in visible and near-infrared light.

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Leaf optical properties (–1, nm) were compared for four species of rain forest trees with crowns in understory, mid-canopy, and canopy positions to test whether optical properties change.

Baret F., Andrieu B., Guyot G. () A Simple Model for Leaf Optical Properties in Visible and Near-Infrared: Application to the Analysis of Spectral Shifts Determinism. In: Lichtenthaler H.K. (eds) Applications of Chlorophyll Fluorescence in Photosynthesis Research, Stress Physiology, Hydrobiology and Remote by: The near-infrared (NIR) to red Simple Ratio (SR) is the first true vegetation index: Takes advantage of the relationship between high absorption by chlorophyll of red radiant energy and high reflectance of near-infrared energy for healthy leaves and plant canopies.

SR = R NIR / R R 17 Optical PropertiesFile Size: 6MB. This optical region is divided into three parts by the absorption property of contents (Jacquemoud and Ustin, ). nm visible light (VIS) and near infra-red (NIR) has a strong absorption.

Lee DW and Graham R () Leaf optical properties of rainforest sun and extreme shade plants. Am J Bot CrossRef Google Scholar Maas SJ and Dunlop JR () Reflectance, transmittance, and absorptance of light by normal, etiolated and albino corn by: The way we understand available light and energy is related to absorption and reflectance.

If light is not absorbed, it is reflected, so for example, if pigments are not available to absorb or if that incident light is not at the suitable waveleng.

the leaf controls the reflectance and the transmit- tance on the whole spectrum, but this appears more clearly where the absorption is low, espe- cially in the near infrared domain. In order to get a more accurate and exhaustive description of leaf optical properties, the develop.

A short exposure to far infrared light increased the space between nodes when the exposure occurred at the end of an eight-hour light period.

Exposing the plant to ordinary red light reversed this effect. A combination of far red and red light produced the longest internodes. Plants grown in light that is too red may seem spindly and long-stemmed.

MMR Leaf Optical Properties Data (FIFE) Summary: The Leaf Optical Properties from UNL Data Set contains leaf-level spectral observations acquired in situ with the Nebraska Multiband Leaf Radiometer (NMLR) coupled with a LiCor LI integrating sphere. The NMLR measured leaf reflectance and transmittance in the seven MMR bands.

Leaf optical properties models. page updated on March 24th, While experimental measurements of leaf optical properties were progressing, deterministic approaches based on diverse representations of light interactions with plant leaves were also models are distinguished by the underlying physics and by the complexity of the leaf.

Leaf reflectance in the near-infrared region (NIR; dard, ). nm) is affected primarily by leaf structure, whereas Other characteristics of leaf structure that have been linked reflectance in the visible region ( nm) is determined to changes in NIR reflectance were also investigated in the mostly by photosynthetic pigments.

Gausman H.W. (), Evaluation of factors causing reflectance differences between sun and shade leaves, Remote Sens. Environ., Gausman H.W. (), Plant leaf optical properties in visible and near infrared light, Graduate Studies N. Reflected near-infrared radiation can be sensed by satellites, allowing scientists to study vegetation from space.

Healthy vegetation absorbs blue- and red-light energy to fuel photosynthesis and create chlorophyll. A plant with more chlorophyll will reflect more near-infrared energy than an unhealthy plant. An Infrared Camera for the DIY Gardener Kickstarter project Infragram uses near-infrared light to reveal otherwise-hidden signals about a plant's or an ecosystem's health.

By Adam Hadhazy. Thus, leaf optical properties in a relatively narrow spec- tral band near nm are crucial for plant stress detection and the estimation of leaf chlorophyll concentration.

The consistency with which leaf optical properties near nm change in response to stress among causes of stress and species indicates a general mechanism by which such. Gausman, H. Plant leaf optical properties in visible and near-infrared light.

Texas Tech Press, Lubbock, Texas, USA. Kozai, T. Direct solar light transmission into single-span greenhouses. visible and near-infrared components. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology Wild, A. Physiology of photosynthesis in. Optical technologies can be developed as practical tools for monitoring plant health by providing unique spectral signatures that can be related to specific plant stresses.

Signatures from thermal and fluorescence imaging have been used successfully to track pathogen invasion before visual symptoms are observed. Another approach for noninvasive plant health monitoring involves elucidating the Cited by: The kind of light humans can see with their eyes is called visible light.

The visible light spectrum is made up of various wavelengths, each corresponding to different colors. Other properties of the visible light spectrum include wave-particle duality, dark absorption lines and high speed.

The leaf chlorophyll content is one of the most important factors for the growth of winter wheat. Visual and near-infrared sensors are a quick and non-destructive testing technology for the estimation of crop leaf chlorophyll content. In this paper, a new approach is developed for leaf chlorophyll content estimation of winter wheat based on visible and near-infrared by:   Seeing Plant Health In Infrared.

and a few very cool people want to put one of these near infrared cameras in the hands of This is a Near-infrared camera with visible light image fusion.Spectral reflectance signatures result from the presence or absence, as well as the position and shape of specific absorption features, of the surface.

Examples of spectral signatures for soils, litter, and vegetation are shown in Figure In the case of vegetation, light absorption by leaf pigments dominates the reflectance spectrum in the visible region (– nm).