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 4th International Plant Phenotyping Symposium

Session 3: Phenotyping for Crop Improvement

Part 1, Selected Talks

 

 

 

Reducing lodging in irrigated wheat: Focus on stem and root characteristics and HTP methods

M. Fernanda Dreccer
CSIRO
Australia

    


LeasyScan re-loaded: 3D scanning plus seamless monitoring of crop canopy and water use

Vincent Vadez
CRISAT
India

    


Extending the phenotype: Integration of field and glasshouse phenotyping with crop modeling

Graeme Hammer presenting on behalf of Scott Chapman
CSIRO
Australia

    


Phenotyping and GWAS for rice improvement: A strategy and partial results towards multi-trait ideotype construction by genome

Michael Dingkuhn
CIRAD, IRRI
Phillipines

    


Effective delivery of phenomics in commercial breeding is more a question of what and when, not how

Greg Rebetzke
CSIRO
Australia

    


Plant disease phenomics: Identification of quantitative resistance in crop plants using phenomic approaches

Stephen Rolfe
University of Sheffield
United Kingdom

    


Strategies for crop field-based high-throughput phenotyping (FB-HTP) in breeding using UAV platforms

Jiangang Liu
Beijing Agricultural Information Technology Research Center
China