Instrumental Techniques and Methods: Their Role in Plant Omics

Cozzolino, D, Fassio, A, Restaino, E and Vicente, E 2015, 'Instrumental Techniques and Methods: Their Role in Plant Omics' in Debmalya Barh, Muhammad Sarwar Khan & Eric Davies (ed.) PlantOmics: The Omics of Plant Science, Springer, New Delhi, India, pp. 33-52.


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Title Instrumental Techniques and Methods: Their Role in Plant Omics
Author(s) Cozzolino, D
Fassio, A
Restaino, E
Vicente, E
Year 2015
Title of book PlantOmics: The Omics of Plant Science
Publisher Springer
Place of publication New Delhi, India
Editor(s) Debmalya Barh, Muhammad Sarwar Khan & Eric Davies
Start page 33
End page 52
Subjects Sensor Technology (Chemical aspects)
Summary Techniques and methods based on vibrational spectroscopy such as near-infrared reflectance (NIR), mid-infrared (MIR) and Raman spectroscopy are known to be non-destructive and low cost. These characteristics are considered as the most important when these methods or techniques are applied in the field of plant omics. This chapter will provide an overview of the most common vibrational spectroscopy techniques used in the field of plant omic analysis (NIR, MIR, Raman). Information about the hardware (instruments) and software (multivariate data methods) will be also presented and discussed.
Copyright notice © Springer India, 2015
Keyword(s) Rapid methods
NIR
MIR
Raman
Spectroscopy
Chemometrics
Plant omics
ISBN 9788132221715
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