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Misurare la vitalità delle piante per mezzo della fluorescenza della clorofilla

  • Filippo Bussotti,
  • Mohamed Hazem Kalaji,
  • Rosanna Desotgiu,
  • Martina Pollastrini,
  • Tadeusz Loboda,
  • Karolina Bosa,

The book begins with a detailed description of the characteristics of the photosynthetic apparatus and the processes that take place there, to then present the general principles of fluorescence. After that, it gives a description of the characteristics of direct and modulated fluorescence and a presentation of the shared and distinctive parameters of these two techniques. Then a brief presentation is made of other innovative approaches to the analysis of fluorescence (Chlorophyll Fluorescence Imaging - CFI, P700 absorbance, delayed fluorescence) and the relative tools. An important part of the book comprises a description of the possible applications of fluorescence techniques for the analysis of various types of stress (aridity, strong light radiations, UV, high and low temperatures, salinity, weedkillers, pollution, etc.) and, consequently, their possible use in agriculture, forestry and to protect the environment.

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Filippo Bussotti

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-8353-4459

Mohamed Hazem Kalaji

Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland - ORCID: 0000-0002-3833-4917

Rosanna Desotgiu

University of Florence, Italy

Martina Pollastrini

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-0959-9489

Tadeusz Loboda

Bialystok University of Technology, Poland

Karolina Bosa

Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland

Filippo Bussotti has a degree in Forest Sciences and is researcher in the University of Florence "Environmental and Applied Botany" scientific-disciplinary group. He teaches botany on the Nursery Sciences, Environment and Vegetation Management degree course. He is part of the editorial board of the Environmental and Experimental Botany international scientific journal.
Mohamed Hazem Kalaji, assistant professor at the University of Life Sciences in Warsaw (SGGW, Poland), was awarded a PhD from the University of Agriculture in Warsaw. He is scientific reviewer of European Union projects.
Rosanna Desotgiu, graduate in Forest and Environmental Sciences, was awarded a PhD in Biosystems and Vegetal Ecology from the University of Florence.
Martina Pollastrini, graduate in Forest and Environmental Sciences, was awarded a PhD in Biosystems and Vegetable Ecology from the University of Florence and is currently postdoctoral researcher as part of the 7th Framework Programme European project "FunDivEUROPE, Functional Significance of Forest Biodiversity in Europe".
Tadeusz Łoboda is full professor at the Department of Sanitary Biology and Biotechnology at the Bialystok Technical University (Poland).
Karolina Bosa is pursuing a PhD at the Department of Pomology, University of Life Sciences in Warsaw (SGGW, Poland).
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Book Title

Misurare la vitalità delle piante per mezzo della fluorescenza della clorofilla

Authors

Filippo Bussotti, Mohamed Hazem Kalaji, Rosanna Desotgiu, Martina Pollastrini, Tadeusz Loboda, Karolina Bosa

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Number of Pages

138

Publication Year

2012

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© 2012 Author(s)

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CC BY 4.0

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Firenze University Press

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10.36253/978-88-6655-216-1

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978-88-6655-215-4

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Strumenti per la didattica e la ricerca

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