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An Analysis of Relationships between Plant Growth and Temperature Characteristics Measured with Thermographic Camera
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An Analysis of Relationships between Plant Growth and Temperature Characteristics Measured with Thermographic Camera
Park, Sang-Mi; Nam, Da-Hyun; Kim, Ji-Hyung; Jo, Geon-Young; Kim, Ha-Yang; Kim, Jeongbae;
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 Abstract
This study was experimentally performed to analyze the growth characteristics of a plant(wax tree or privet) using the surface temperature measured from thermal images captured using a thermal camera with water and cider. To do that, this study measured every each 12 hours the surface temperature and the stem temperature of leaves attached to the plant sample until the plants wilt on summer season in the laboratory room. From the experimental results, this study revealed that the temperature of front and back of the leaves is a little different due to the pore. The mean surface temperature of a leaf in cider is higher than that of a leaf in water. The phenomena that the leaves of plants fall could be also demonstrated using the surface temperature. Before a leaf is falling from the tree, the temperature of the stem is lowered about than those of other parts in a leaf. This result can be validated from previous result performed in University of Wisconsin.
 Keywords
Wax tree;Plant growth;Liquids;Thermal camera;Surface temperature;
 Language
Korean
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