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2021

Deep learning or few-shot learning?
This collection is open for submissions.

2018

Plants in computer vision
This collection includes work on plant detection, segmentation and modelling from image data, at many different scales.

2016

Plant genome editing
This series focuses on gene editing as an effective tool in plant biotechnology and genetic engineering. 

2014

Plant phenotyping and phenomics

This series covers all aspects of phenotyping and phenomics technologies as applied to plant research and includes and includes a number of invited contributions from speakers at the 3rd International Plant Phenotyping Symposium.

2013

Next Generation Sequencing technologies for plant research

This series focuses on the use of different sequencing technologies that allow us to sequence DNA and RNA much more quickly and cheaply than Sanger sequencing and their application to plant research.



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Editor-in-Chief

Prof Ute Roessner, University of Melbourne

Aims and scope

Plant Methods is an open access, peer-reviewed journal for the plant research community that encompasses all aspects of technological innovation in the plant sciences.

The goal of this journal is to stimulate the development and adoption of new and improved techniques and research tools and, where appropriate, to promote consistency of methodologies for better integration of data from different laboratories.

Call for papers: Few-shot Learning

The guest editors Yang Li, Jiachen Yang, and Francesco Marinello are pleased to invite you to submit an article to the new thematic series Accelerating image-based plant phenotyping and pattern recognition: deep learning or few-shot learning?

Please read here for more information.

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Plant Methods Editor-in-Chief

In Review: Preprint platform and more

Plant Methods has launched In Review, a new option that provides authors with on-demand information on the status of their manuscript, enables them to share their work with funders and their research community, and allows their colleagues to comment and collaborate - all whilst their manuscript is under review. Full details here.

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