Automated phenotyping infrastructure

At the IPK three installations for automated, non-invasive phenotyping purposes are installed. Our technical team member of the group image analysis is servicing these systems and is actively supporting any biological research group who is using these systems to perform their biological experiments.

 

The automated green houses have three camera systems installed, the phytochamber is equipped in addition with an IR camera:

 

  • Fluorescence (~ GFP, chlorophyll)
  • Blue light illumination (400-500 nm)
  • Capturing filtered light (520-750 nm)
  • Near-Infrared (~ water distribution)
  • Capturing near-infrared light (1450-1550 nm)
  • Visible light (~ general phenotyping)
  • Capturing visible light (390-750 nm)
  • Infrared (~ temperature)
  • Placed inside phytochamber

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