A novel image-analysis technique for kinematic study of growth and curvature.

@article{Basu2007ANI,
  title={A novel image-analysis technique for kinematic study of growth and curvature.},
  author={Paramita Basu and Anupam Pal and Jonathan Paul Lynch and Kathleen M. Brown},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={145 2},
  pages={
          305-16
        }
}
Kinematic analysis has provided important insights into the biology of growth by revealing the distribution of expansion within growing organs. Modern methods of kinematic analysis have made use of new image-tracking algorithms and computer-assisted evaluation, but these methods have yet to be adapted for examination of growth in a variety of plant species or for analysis of graviresponse. Therefore, a new image-analysis program, KineRoot, was developed to study spatio-temporal patterns of… CONTINUE READING

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