Division of Plant Sciences @ University of Missouri


Measured variables surface
Operating system windows, mac, linux
Licence freeware
Automation level automated
Plant requirements any
Export formats csv
Other information Web-base tool, requires an internet connection

Scientific article(s)

PhenoPhyte: a flexible affordable method to quantify 2D phenotypes from imagery
Jason M Green, Heidi Appel, Erin MacNeal Rehrig, Jaturon Harnsomburana, Jia-Fu Chang, Peter Balint-Kurti, Chi-Ren Shyu
Plant Methods, 2012 View paper

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PhenoPhyte is a web-based application that allows plant area to be calculated from photos of Arabidopsis rosettes taken using a defined imaging protocol. Although developed and optimized for use with Arabidopsis rosettes, it can be used with rosettes or detached leaves from other species. The application can quantify plant growth by taking a series of images over time and herbivory using before and after images. Images must include a color checker (like the Gretag Macbeth Mini Color Checker) so that image normalization can be automatically performed to correct for color variations (due to differences in lighting, camera, lens, etc) and to standardize the images with respect to pixel size.

Source: PhenoPhyte website

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