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Fig. 5 | Plant Methods

Fig. 5

From: Accelerating root system phenotyping of seedlings through a computer-assisted processing pipeline

Fig. 5

Time and error analysis of the phenotyping pipeline. a Times taken to process one seedling divided into the seven steps of the root phenotyping process. In decreasing order of time, the steps consist of (1) sample preparation, (1) experiment (manual operations required to move samples, capture image data and watering), seeding (manual placement of markers on images), tracing of roots, identification and reading of QR codes, Analysis of root traits, and transferring files into the database. b Adjustments of markers as a function of method of marker placement and species. c Adjustments of markers as a function of time. d Time required for marker placement as a function of method of marker placement and area covered by the root system

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