Picosecond time-resolved imaging of chlorophyll fluorescence from untreated whole spinach leaf tissue. Authors demonstrate that picosecond time-gated fluorescence microscopy can be used to monitor subtle changes in the kinetics and spatial distribution of perturbations to the molecular and cellular structure of plant tissue caused by ultraviolet radiation. [See article by S. Rehman and P. B. Lukins Fig. 3 for details.]
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