Foliar Developmental Effects on Forest Floor Light Quality
The spectroradiometric technique of evaluating visible radiation was utilized to determine spectral energy distribution between 400 and 700 nm during the course of foliar development under a mixed oak and yellow-poplar canopy. A comparison was made of spectral energy distributions of light incident to the canopy, and of light found beneath canopy species. The data indicated that solar radiation incident to the canopy had high energy levels in the 475 nm and 550 nm regions of the spectrum, and low levels at 400 nm. Upon complete foliar development, light energy beneath the canopy was highest at 550 rim. Forest Sci. 24:445-451.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Department of Biological Sciences, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH 43403
Publication date: 1978-12-01
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