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28 July 1989 Pulse X-Ray Contact Microradiography And Real-Time X-Ray Projection Micrography
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X-ray contact microradiography using a laser-produced plasma pulsed x-ray source provides several advantages for imaging dynamic biological systems. We have applied such an x-ray system in the study of silica deposition in living leaf blades of Zia and the developmental morphology of maize inflorescence. Such a study provides a means for the selection of high silica varieties in crop plants, which has been correlated with high resistance to insects and fungi. Real-time x-ray imaging may be obtained using a shadow projection method. For this purpose, a shadow projection microscope was constructed by modifying a scanning electron microscope for real-time imaging. Preliminary results in the study of floral development in maize will be presented. In addition, implementation of this real-time imaging system to the laser plasma x-ray system will be discussed.
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H. G. Kim and P. C. Cheng "Pulse X-Ray Contact Microradiography And Real-Time X-Ray Projection Micrography", Proc. SPIE 1160, X-Ray/EUV Optics for Astronomy and Microscopy, (28 July 1989); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.962632
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