Automatic morphological trait characterization for corn plants via 3 D holographic reconstruction

@inproceedings{Chaivivatrakul2014AutomaticMT,
  title={Automatic morphological trait characterization for corn plants via 3 D holographic reconstruction},
  author={Supawadee Chaivivatrakul and Lie Tang and Matthew N. Dailey and Akash D. Nakarmi},
  year={2014}
}
Plant breeding is an extremely important route to genetic improvements that can increase yield and plant adaptability. Genetic improvement requires careful measurement of plant phenotypes or plant trait characteristics, but phenotype measurement is a tedious and error-prone task for humans to perform. High-throughput phenotyping aims to eliminate the problems of manual phenotype measurement. In this paper, we propose and demonstrate the efficacy of an automatic corn plant phenotyping system… CONTINUE READING
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