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Quality evaluation of cut flowers by means of objective colour measurement

, : Quality evaluation of cut flowers by means of objective colour measurement. Acta Horticulturae (41): 227-248

This method comprises the measurement of the coloured surface for several wavelengths of the visible spectrum and the calculation of the CIE (International Commission for Illumination) specifications and the Munsell renotations (see also HcA 41, 5406).

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