Plant Phenotyping and Phenomics
Plant Methods is delighted to announce the launch of our special Thematic Series on Plant Phenotyping and Phenomics with the publication of three new methodology papers, all focusing on different solutions to the challenges of plant phenotyping.
Combined with three other recently published papers on the same topic, this collection is the starting point for what will be on on-going series of review papers and methodology papers on Plant Phenotyping and Phenomics that we will publish over the coming months. This collection includes a number of invited contributions from speakers at the 3rd International Plant Phenotyping Symposium: Phenotyping for Agricultural Sustainability (Chennai, India, 17-19th February 2014).
This thematic series covers all aspects of phenotyping and phenomics technologies as applied to plant research, including:
• Plant phenotyping technologies for the lab, greenhouse or field
• Plant growth analysis
• Novel sensors
• Image analysis
• Data management and integration
• Applications of modelling to plant phenotyping
Collection published: 6 November 2014
Last updated: 29 January 2016
Prof Brian Forde, Dr Mike Roberts, Prof Uli Schurr, co-edited by Prof. Uli Schurr and the Plant Methods Editorial Team.