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Leaf physiology

The state of a plant and its reaction to environmental conditions can frequently be first perceived from the leaves, although this often only becomes actually visible after a long time. Such changes can be detected quickly using parameters such as the chlorophyll content of the leaves, the stomatal conductance, CO2 content or oxygen partial pressure. These data are not only used to determine the current state of the plant, but also serve as a basis for optimised cultivation to substantially boost the harvest.