Part One of Field Phenomics: Developing and Using a Sensor Array

Plant Breeding and Genomics October 30, 2013|Print

Authors:

Pedro Pedro Andrade-Sanchez, The University of Arizona; John Heun, The University of Arizona

This webinar is the first in a two part series on high throughput field phenotyping. This presentation describes the development and use of a field-based sensor array.

Part 1 - Describing the tractor

Part 2 - Discussing the sensors

Part 3 - Explaining the electronics

Full recording

Original air date: Thursday, October 24, 2013, 1:00 PM EDT

Presenters

Pedro Andrade-Sanchez and John Heun from the University of Arizona

See Part 2: Data Analysis

Related Publications

Andrade-Sanchez Pedro, Gore Michael A., Heun John T., Thorp Kelly R., Carmo-Silva A. Elizabete, French Andrew N., Salvucci Michael E., White Jeffrey W. (2013) Development and evaluation of a field-based high-throughput phenotyping platform. Functional Plant Biology.

Andrade-Sanchez, P., & Heun, J. T. (2012). From GPS to GNSS: Enhanced Functionality of GPS-Integrated Systems in Agricultural Machines.

A. Elizabete Carmo-Silva, Michael A. Gore, Pedro Andrade-Sanchez, Andrew N. French, Doug J. Hunsaker, Michael E. Salvucci (2012) Decreased CO2 availability and inactivation of Rubisco limit photosynthesis in cotton plants under heat and drought stress in the field. Environmental and Experimental Botany.83:1-11. ISSN 0098-8472, 10.1016/j.envexpbot.2012.04.001.

Jeffrey W. White, Pedro Andrade-Sanchez, Michael A. Gore, Kevin F. Bronson, Terry A. Coffelt, Matthew M. Conley, Kenneth A. Feldmann, Andrew N. French, John T. Heun, Douglas J. Hunsaker, Matthew A. Jenks, Bruce A. Kimball, Robert L. Roth, Robert J. Strand, Kelly R. Thorp, Gerard W. Wall, Guangyao Wang (2012) Field-based phenomics for plant genetics research. Field Crops Research, Volume 133: 101-112, ISSN 0378-4290, 10.1016/j.fcr.2012.04.003.

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Funding Statement

Development of this resource was supported in part by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Solanaceae Coordinated Agricultural Project, and Dry Bean Root Health East Africa. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the United States Department of Agriculture.

 

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