Thermoluminescence in Plants: Concept and Application - Volume 2, No.3, July, 2013 - IJLBPR
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Thermoluminescence in Plants: Concept and Application

Amarendra Narayan Misra
Centre for Life Sciences, School of Natural Sciences,Central University of Jharkhand, Ratu-Lohardaga Road, Brambe, Ranchi, India
Abstract—Luminescence that is thermally induced is known as thermoluminescence (TL). TL is a characteristic of solid states which arise by thermally activated recombination of electrons and positive holes. In green leaves, the recombination of the positive and negative charge traps within PS II gives rise to TL emission. The technique is used for the assessment of pertubations in the photosystem induced by stress or genetic modification of the plants. In this review the concepts about this technique and its use is explained. 

Index Terms—thermoluminescence, abiotic, biotic, stress, photosynthesis, thylakoid membrane, GM plant

Cite: Amarendra Narayan Misra, "Thermoluminescence in Plants: Concept and Application," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 10-17, July 2013.
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