Breakthrough Technologies Computational Method for Quantifying Growth Patterns at the Adaxial Leaf Surface in Three Dimensions

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Growth patterns vary in space and time as an organ develops, leading to shape and size changes. Quantifying spatiotemporal variations in organ growth throughout development is therefore crucial to understand how organ shape is controlled. We present a novel method and computational tools to quantify spatial patterns of growth from three-dimensional data at… (More)

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@inproceedings{Remmler2012BreakthroughTC, title={Breakthrough Technologies Computational Method for Quantifying Growth Patterns at the Adaxial Leaf Surface in Three Dimensions}, author={Lauren Remmler and Anne-Ga{\"e}lle Rolland-Lagan}, year={2012} }