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Nondestructive detection of water stress in tomato plants using microwave sensing (2)



Nondestructive detection of water stress in tomato plants using microwave sensing (2)



Environment Control in Biology 42(1): 83-90



The physiological accommodation response to environmental stress of a plant can induce changes in physiological and physical conditions of the plant. These changes influence the dielectric properties of the plant, which can be detected by measuring microwave complex dielectric properties of plant materials such as leaves and stems. The objective of this research was to detect these responses of plants to water deficiency stress nondestructively.

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