The versatile phenotyping system for laboratories – your entry to the phenotyping world.
For many sample types in plant research, breeding and beyond
Save time and labor in phenotyping
Application-oriented analytical workflows
Reproducible and standardizable through unified image and information storage, and analyses
The laboratory phenotyping system is available in three models – PhenoAIxpert, PhenoAIxpert Pro, PhenoAIxpert ES
Arabidopsis growth assay
Trays with growing Arabidopsis plants were imaged with PhenoAIxpert and images were processed for plant growth, morphology and color.
Individual plants were identified and phenotypic properties of their visible plant area were assessed.
Such tests serve for e.g. candidate screening, genetic studies, treatment effects, environmental responses
Bean plants were exposed to stress and phenotyped for stress responses. Images were recorded and processed with PhenoAIxpert Pro. This system enables vertical and horizontal multi-view imaging. Phenotypic traits comprise growth, morphology, and color analysis, e.g. as stress indicator for chlorosis and necrosis.
Using the PhenoAIxpert Root, traits of soil-grown roots in rhizotrons can be measured. Root properties like root lenght, root density, or root system lenght and width can be assessed.
Phenotyping of seedlings on petri dish
Assessing shoot and root traits of agar-grown seedlings with PhenoAIxpert: shoots and roots are recognized separately and measured for their individual size. In the current example, primary root length, secondary root length, and shoot area were measured for each seedling.
We bought a LemnaTec LabScanalyzer (the predecessor of PhenoAIxpert) in July 2018. The instrument was delivered to us and installed remotely by a Lemnatec technician that instructed us about the use of the instrument. We were happy about the service: very good communication and excellent instrument set-up. The Lemnatec LabScanalyzer works nicely and is even more user-friendly than we expected. Almost no training of new users is needed. We hope to expand the uses of the instrument to obtain additional phenotyping options in the future, by interacting with LemnaTec.
Prof. Pierdomenico Perata, School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy, Institute of life science