Phenoscope: an automated large-scale phenotyping platform offering high spatial homogeneity.

@article{Tisn2013PhenoscopeAA,
  title={Phenoscope: an automated large-scale phenotyping platform offering high spatial homogeneity.},
  author={S{\'e}bastien Tisn{\'e} and Yann Serrand and L. M. Bach and Elodie Gilbault and Rachid Ben Ameur and Herv{\'e} Balasse and Roger Voisin and David Bouchez and Myl{\`e}ne Durand-Tardif and Philippe Guerche and Ga{\"e}l Chareyron and J. Da Rugna and C. Camilleri and Olivier Loudet},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={74 3},
  pages={534-44}
}
Increased phenotyping accuracy and throughput are necessary to improve our understanding of quantitative variation and to be able to deconstruct complex traits such as those involved in growth responses to the environment. Still, only a few facilities are known to handle individual plants of small stature for non-destructive, real-time phenotype acquisition from plants grown in precisely adjusted and variable experimental conditions. Here, we describe Phenoscope, a high-throughput phenotyping… CONTINUE READING
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