Accurate inference of shoot biomass from high-throughput images of cereal plants

@inproceedings{Golzarian2010AccurateIO,
  title={Accurate inference of shoot biomass from high-throughput images of cereal plants},
  author={Mahmood Reza Golzarian and Ross A. Frick and Karthika Rajendran and Bettina Berger and Stuart John Roy and Mark Royston Tester and Desmond S. Lun},
  booktitle={Plant Methods},
  year={2010}
}
With the establishment of advanced technology facilities for high throughput plant phenotyping, the problem of estimating plant biomass of individual plants from their two dimensional images is becoming increasingly important. The approach predominantly cited in literature is to estimate the biomass of a plant as a linear function of the projected shoot area of plants in the images. However, the estimation error from this model, which is solely a function of projected shoot area, is large… CONTINUE READING
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