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Plants show stress in thermal spectrum

Plants experience stress as a result of growing under non-optimal conditions. For example, too little water or low temperatures lead to clear responses such as wilting or defoliation. But exposure to milder forms of stress can also affect a plant. Researchers at the ITC Faculty for Geo-information science and Earth Observation of the University of Twente have found a way to detect these milder forms of stress.

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