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Example Raman Spectra from Plants

Also known as: Example Raman Spectra from Plants ARC DP180102969, Good vibrations: Raman spectroscopy enables insights into plant biochemical composition
The Australian National University
Prof Marilyn Ball (Associated with)
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Rm S2.079, Level 2, Linnaeus Building (134) Division of Plant Science Research School of Biology The Australian National University

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Ph: +61 2 6172 1450

alonso.zavaleta@anu.edu.au

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Non-invasive techniques are needed to enable an integrated understanding of plant metabolic responses to environmental stresses. Raman spectroscopy is one such technique, allowing non-destructive chemical characterization of samples in situ and in vivo and resolving the chemical composition of plant material at scales from microns to meters. Here we include example Raman spectra of plant material as training material for plant physiologists interested in using this method.

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This data set comprises a series of example spectra to illustrate the use of Raman spectroscopy in Plant Material and originate from original research data.

Created: 2021-11-10

Data time period: 2019-02-10 to 2021-02-10

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