Ice Nucleation Throughout a Bean Leaf

Ice Nucleation Throughout a Bean Leaf

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Caption: Infrared video thermography showed that a drop of pure (deionized) water placed on the right lobe of this bean leaf froze more than 2 minutes later than the leaf. A droplet of ice-nucleating bacteria put on the left lobe was the first to freeze, inducing ice nucleation throughout the leaf.

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