Closing the gap between phenotyping and genotyping: review of advanced, image-based phenotyping technologies in forestry

Key message

The lack of efficient phenotyping capacities has been recognized as a bottleneck in forestry phenotyping and breeding. Modern phenotyping technologies use systems equipped with various imaging sensors to automatically collect high volume phenotypic data that can be used to assess trees’ various attributes.

Keywords
Forest tree; Phenotyping; Platforms; Sensor; Stress tolerance; Deep learning; Phenological measurement

Publication
Bian, L., Zhang, H., Ge, Y. et al. Closing the gap between phenotyping and genotyping: review of advanced, image-based phenotyping technologies in forestry. Annals of Forest Science 79, 22 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13595-022-01143-x

Data and/or Code availability
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Handling Editor
Véronique Jorge

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