LemnaTec introduces the PhenoTron, a cabinet for imaging under climate-controlled conditions. Temperature, humidity, light, and CO2 can be controlled inside the PhenoTron. Advanced imaging options allow many applications, such as […]
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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 […]
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Acosta-Gamboa LM, Suxing L, Jarrod W C et al., 2020. Characterization of the response […]
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 […]
LemnaTec is working with the Department of Plant Physiology at RWTH Aachen to develop and test laboratory phenotyping methods to measure biotic plant […]
Why are we doing Plant Phenotyping?
Phenotyping – measuring the phenotypes of organisms
Phenotyping is central to the human experience of the natural world. Phenotyping drove the domestication events that are […]
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 […]
In this tutorial I am going to show you how to use Image Object Smoothing, an image object manipulation tool that is helpful to refine shapes. Especially I will […]
Region of Interest If a simple rectangle is not suitable to enclose a region of interest (ROI) or to split the image for specialised image segmentations, here is a quick […]
Topological skeleton in LemnaGrid: Part IV In a previous post of mine I explained how to use Corn Leaf Segmenter to detect leafs and to measure leaf angles. In this […]