Abstract

The Kubelka–Munk theory of light propagation in intensely scattering materials is extended for application to fluorescing media. As an example, the extended theory is applied to the plant sensory pigment system phytochrome that is masked by chlorophyll.

© 1980 Optical Society of America

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