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Digital Phenotyping in Breeding for Reduced Nitrogen Demand

Nitrogen is a key nutrient in plants, but nitrogen fertiliser is expensive and causes environmental problems. Therefore, breeders look for crops that produce adequate yield while using less nitrogen. Using […]

Digital Phenotyping in Breeding for Reduced Nitrogen Demand2019-02-27T15:58:02+00:00

An analytic approach to evaluate Near InfraRed (NIR) data from plants under stress conditions

Reference publication:
Vello E, Tomita A, Diallo AO, Bureau TE. A Comprehensive Approach to Assess Arabidopsis Survival Phenotype in Water-Limited Condition Using a Non-invasive High-Throughput Phenomics Platform. Front Plant Sci. 2015 […]

An analytic approach to evaluate Near InfraRed (NIR) data from plants under stress conditions2018-12-04T11:35:12+00:00

References

References LemnaTec is cited in hundreds of publications

Cazzonelli CI, Hou X, Alagoz Y, Rivers J, Dhami N, Lee J, Marri S, […]

References2019-03-27T08:04:33+00:00

Presentations

Machine Learning and Sensor Fusion For Precision Farming Presentation: Machine learning is a type of artificial intelligence that provides computers with the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. Download […]

Presentations2019-01-18T12:34:13+00:00

Collaborations in Science and Technology

Scientific Collaborations

RWTH Aachen

LemnaTec is working with the Department of Plant Physiology at RWTH Aachen to develop and test laboratory phenotyping methods to measure biotic plant […]

Collaborations in Science and Technology2018-11-30T11:11:06+00:00

Plant Phenotyping

Why are we doing Plant Phenotyping?

Phenotyping is central to the human experience of the natural world. Phenotyping drove the domestication events that are hallmarks of the Neolithic revolution, and […]

Plant Phenotyping2019-02-08T12:19:25+00:00

How does Phenotyping work?

How does Phenotyping work? Dimensions, morphology & colour

Phenotypes are those properties of organisms that make up their appearance, essentially dimensions, morphology, and colour. Structural compounds and pigments determine the […]

How does Phenotyping work?2018-10-04T12:18:53+00:00