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Title: 

INFRARED VIDEO THERMOGRAPHY: NEW METHOD FOR STUDYING ICE NUCLEATION AND PROPAGATION IN PLANTS

Type: PAPER
Author(s): KETABCHI SAGHAR*
 
 *DEPARTMENT PLANT PROTECTION, SHIRAZ ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY
 
Name of Seminar: HAMAYESHE MANTAGHEI KARBORD FANAVARIHAYE NOVIN DAR KESHAVARZI
Type of Seminar:  CONGRESS
Sponsor:  Islamic Azad University, Shiraz
Date:  2008Volume 1
 
 
Abstract: 

FREEZING INJURY CAN BE A SIGNIFICANT PROBLEM IN PLANTS. UNDERSTANDING HOW FREEZING DEVELOPS AND RAMIFIES THROUGHOUT THE PLANT COULD ASSIST IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF IMPROVED MANAGEMENT OR SCREENING PROCESSES FOR CULTIVAR IMPROVEMENT. THE DEVELOPMENT OF FREEZING INJURY IS NOT WELL UNDERSTOOD DUE PARTLY TO LACK OF TECHNOLOGY TO VIEW FREEZING ORIGIN AND PROGRESSION OF WHOLE PLANTS IN REAL TIME. THE ORIGIN AND PROGRESSION OF FREEZING IN PLANTS IS UNKNOWN AND THE INFORMATION COULD BE USEFUL FOR DEVELOPING IMPROVED MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OR COLD-TOLERANT CULTIVARS. DIFFERENTIAL THERMAL ANALYSIS IS THE MOST WIDELY UTILIZED METHOD FOR TRACKING FREEZING PROCESSES IN PLANTS AND EMPLOYS AN ARRAY OF THERMOCOUPLES ATTACHED TO PLANT TISSUES. THERMAL IMAGING HAS RECENTLY BEEN USED TO OBSERVE ICE NUCLEATION AND RATES OF PROPAGATION OF ICE IN DIFFERENT TISSUES WERE ALSO EASILY MEASURED BY THERMAL IMAGING. THIS STUDY DEMONSTRATES THAT IR THERMOGRAPHY IS AN EXCELLENT METHOD FOR STUDYING ICE NUCLEATION AND PROPAGATION IN PLANTS.

 
Keyword(s): IR THERMOGRAPHY, ICE NUCLEATION, FREEZING
 
 
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