IPPN Affordable Phenotyping Workshop: Plant Phenotyping with Minicomputers and Low-Cost Cameras
A short participative workshop oriented toward practical aspects of plant phenotyping with inexpensive, yet robust, minicomputers coupled with small cameras. Each important step, from system installation, network deploying, time-lapse acquisition, image processing, machine learning and data analysis will be illustrated with talks and hands-on. The target audiences are tech-minded biologists and engineers in charge of phenotyping trials from academic or …
The International Plant Phenotyping Network (IPPN) presents the Phenomics Webinar 2021 – Season 1 on April 15th 2021 – “High-throughput estimates of the radiation interception and use efficiency in wheat crops” – By Dr. Frederic Baret, INRAe, France.
- 15 de April, 2021
Abstract Biomass results from the accumulation of the assimilates produced by the photosynthesis. The efficiency with which the incoming radiation is transformed into biomass depends on two terms: the radiation interception efficiency (RIE) and the Radiation use efficiency (RUE). Its computation requires measurements or estimates of the total biomass, which currently is difficult to get accurately from high-throughput observations. This …