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  1. Vol. 63 No. 1, p. 78-81
     
    Received: May 22, 1970


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doi:10.2134/agronj1971.00021962006300010024x

An Evaluation of Two Methods for Obtaining Leaf Transmissivity from Leaf Reflectivity Measurements1

  1. Richard E. Carlson and
  2. Douglas N. Yarger2

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Abstract

Two methods for calculating values of leaf transmissivity from leaf reflectivity measurements are evaluated. These methods gave nearly identical results for the spectral range 500-2,600 mμ. Two species with dissimilar leaf structures, cota, and soybeans, were tested. The results indicate that values of leaf transmissivity can be calculated within a relative error of 5% of the measured values. The method proposed by the authors is based upon a quadratic equation, which is simpler to apply than the cubic equation form of the other method which was tested.

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