室内植物表型平台及性状鉴定研究进展和展望

Lingxiang, Xu, Jiawei, Chen, Guohui, Ding, Wei, Lu, Yanfeng, Ding, Yan, Zhu and Zhou, Ji (2020) 室内植物表型平台及性状鉴定研究进展和展望. Smart Agriculture, 2 (1). pp. 23-42.

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Abstract

Plant phenomics is under rapid development in recent years, a research field that is progressing towards integration, scalability, multi-perceptivity and high-throughput analysis. Through combining remote sensing, Internet of Things (IoT), robotics, computer vision, and artificial intelligence techniques such as machine learning and deep learning, relevant research methodologies, biological applications and theoretical foundation of this research domain have been advancing speedily in recent years. This article first introduces the current trends of plant phenomics and its related progress in China and worldwide. Then, it focuses on discussing the characteristics of indoor phenotyping and phenotypic traits that are suitable for indoor experiments, including yield, quality, and stress related traits such as drought, cold and heat resistance, salt stress, heavy metals, and pests. By connecting key phenotypic traits with important biological questions in yield production, crop quality and Stress-related tolerance, we associated indoor phenotyping hardware with relevant biological applications and their plant model systems, for which a range of indoor phenotyping devices and platforms are listed and categorised according to their throughput, sensor integration, platform size, and applications. Additionally, this article introduces existing data management solutions and analysis software packages that are representative for phenotypic analysis. For example, ISA-Tab and MIAPPE ontology standards for capturing metadata in plant phenotyping experiments, PHIS and CropSight for managing complicated datasets, and Python or MATLAB programming languages for automated image analysis based on libraries such as OpenCV, Scikit-Image, MATLAB Image Processing Toolbox. Finally, due to the importance of extracting meaningful information from big phenotyping datasets, this article pays extra attention to the future development of plant phenomics in China, with suggestions and recommendations for the integration of multi-scale phenotyping data to increase confidence in research outcomes, the cultivation of cross-disciplinary researchers to lead the next-generation plant research, as well as the collaboration between academia and industry to enable world-leading research activities in the near future.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: plant phenomics,indoor phenotyping platform,yield-related traits,quality-related traits,resistance-related phenotypes,data management,phenotypic analysis
Faculty \ School: Faculty of Science > School of Computing Sciences
Depositing User: LivePure Connector
Date Deposited: 30 Apr 2020 00:03
Last Modified: 22 Aug 2020 00:02
URI: https://ueaeprints.uea.ac.uk/id/eprint/74898
DOI: 10.12133/j.smartag.2020.2.1.202003-SA002

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