Applications of Delayed Fluorescence from Photosystem II
AbstractWhile photosystem II (PSII) of plants utilizes light for photosynthesis, part of the absorbed energy may be reverted back and dissipated as long-term fluorescence (delayed fluorescence or DF). Because the generation of DF is coupled with the processes of forward photosynthetic activities, DF contains the information about plant physiological states and plant-environment interactions. This makes DF a potentially powerful biosensing mechanism to measure plant photosynthetic activities and environmental conditions. While DF has attracted the interest of many researchers, some aspects of it are still unknown because of the complexity of photosynthetic system. In order to provide a holistic picture about the usefulness of DF, it is meaningful to summarize the research on DF applications. In this short review, available literature on applications of DF from PSII is summarized. View Full-Text
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Guo, Y.; Tan, J. Applications of Delayed Fluorescence from Photosystem II. Sensors 2013, 13, 17332-17345.
Guo Y, Tan J. Applications of Delayed Fluorescence from Photosystem II. Sensors. 2013; 13(12):17332-17345.Chicago/Turabian Style
Guo, Ya; Tan, Jinglu. 2013. "Applications of Delayed Fluorescence from Photosystem II." Sensors 13, no. 12: 17332-17345.