Scanalyzer 3D Plant Phenomics

LemnaTec scanalyzer3D systems open new prospects for the quantitative, non-destructive analysis of different crops or model plants under high-throughput phenomics conditions.

Scanalyzer 3D Plant Phenomics

Accelerating plant phenomics- breeding with plant phenotyping -

Plant Phenomics Scanalyzer 3DLemnaTec scanalyzer3D systems open new prospects for the quantitative, non-destructive analysis of different crops or model plants under high-throughput conditions. Each plant is imaged sequentially in multiple scanalyzer3D camera units, employing different wavelengths that reach far beyond human vision. The result is an unprecedented number of reproducible and significant data points on any aspect of plant development.

Data will be collected continuously and recorded in one snapshot per run through the -scanalyzer3D, thus routinely producing 15 or more images and several hundred data points per plant and run. Plants are imaged in multiple runs throughout their entire life cycle. All data is available in the database within minutes of imaging – for unparalleled monitoring of dynamic plant development. Comprehensive quantitative representation of plants in datasets generates special data for physiological and genetic plant modeling to identify and quantify the concealed parameters that really control plant development. Such deep insights into plant biology accelerate phenomics and enable plant breeding to deal with the challenges of the 21st century.

Measured parameters for Plant Phenotyping - Plant Phenomics

  • Leaf area
  • Chlorophyll content
  • Stem diameter
  • Plant height / width
  • growth rate
  • stress pigment concentration
  • tip burn
  • Biomass
  • internod lenght
  • color
  • leaf rolling
  • leaf tracking over time
  • ....and more see all parameters here

 

see a full list of Plant Phenotyping articles here or have a look at the latest presentation you can also watch a list of videos here

Scanning – infrared light phenomics

Scanalyzer 3D, scanning – infrared lightWith infrared light, high-throughput 3-D imaging systems provide a unique chance to quantify temperature differences (e. g. within leaves and between plants).

Scanning – visible light phenomics

Scanalyzer 3D, scanning – visible lightHigh-resolution colour images taken from the top and several sides under reproducible illumination conditions provide the best basis for comprehensive phenotyping.

Scanning – near infrared light for root phenotyping

Scanalyzer 3D, scanning – near infrared light for rootsHumidity visualisation in root columns by near infrared light provides added information on spatial root performances of plants under high-throughput conditions.

Scanning – near infrared light phenomics

Scanalyzer 3D, scanning – near infrared lightVisualisation of water distribution and dynamics (1450-1550 nm) as well as further NIR-absorbing ingredients.
 

Scanning – fluorescent light phenomics

Scanalyzer 3D, scanning – fluorescent lightUsing blue light large field excitation (< 500 nm) in back/top light conditions visualises any related fluorescence between 520 and 750 nm (GFP, chlorophyll etc.).

 Photo gallery Plant Phenotyping

(pictures have been taken at the The Plant Accelerator, Australian Plant Phenomics Facility (APPF) see more at  http://www.plantaccelerator.org.au)

Plant Phenotyping by LemnaTecPlant PhenomicsScanalyzer 3D for Plant PhenotypingMoving field of Scanalyzer 3DScanalyzer 3 D Plant Phenotype moving fieldScanalyzer 3D at Plant acceloratorimaging plants with Scanalyzer 3 D Plant Phenotype imaging with Scanalyzer 3 D

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