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Photoinhibitory printing on leaves, visualized by chlorophyll fluorescence imaging and confocal microscopy, is due to diminished fluorescence from grana

Osmond, C Barry; Schwartz, Owen; Gunning, Brian


By analogy with the starch printing technique, it was hypothesised that photoinhibition could be used to print images on leaves that would be invisible to the eye, but easily revealed by chlorophyll fluorescence imaging. We first illustrate the process of chlorophyll fluorescence printing on leaves of the shade plant, Cissus rhombifolia, using photographs of artefacts from starch printing experiments in the laboratory of Molisch. We then use portraits of current leaders in chlorophyll...[Show more]

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Date published: 1999
Type: Journal article
Source: Australian Journal of Plant Physiology


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