Methodology for High-Throughput Field Phenotyping of Canopy Temperature Using Airborne Thermography
Lower canopy temperature (CT), resulting from increased stomatal conductance, has been associated with increased yield in wheat. Historically, CT has been measured with hand-held infrared thermometers. Using the hand-held CT method on large field trials is problematic, mostly because measurements are confounded by temporal weather changes during the time required to measure all plots. The hand-held CT method is laborious and yet the resulting heritability low, thereby reducing confidence in...[Show more]
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|Source:||Frontiers in plant science|
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