High-resolution, time-lapse imaging for ecosystem-scale phenotyping in the field
The high spatial and temporal resolution of data required for high-throughput phenotyping has typically been all but impossible to obtain in field populations of plants. When studies of individual and population genetic variation and microclimate sensor data are combined with phenology data, a landscape-level view of how populations respond to changing environments can be obtained. This chapter will discuss the development of a multi-billion pixel ("gigapixel") camera system that enables the...[Show more]
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