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Table 3 Overview of plant traits that have been measured for the single plant scale, miniplot, experimental field and open field scale

From: Measuring crops in 3D: using geometry for plant phenotyping

  Trait Plant Sensor Biological connection Literature
Single plant scale Plant height Sugar beet LT Drought response [3]
Plant width Sugar beet LT Drought response [3]
Root volume Sugar beet LT Trait analysis [11]
Root surface Sugar beet LT Trait analysis [11]
Root compactness Sugar beet LT Trait analysis [11]
Leaf area Barley LT Drought response [3]
Projected leaf area Sugar beet LT Trait analysis [11]
Leaf width Cotton SfM Growth analysis [45]
Leaf length Cotton SfM Growth analysis [45]
Leaf movement Arabidopsis LT Growth analysis [6]
Single leaf growth Barley LT Growth analysis [3]
Number of leaves Cabbage SL Trait analysis [27]
Cucumber SL Trait analysis [27]
Tomato SL Trait analysis [27]
Stem length/growth Barley LT Growth analysis [5]
Calyx shape Strawberry SfM Trait analysis [59]
Achene shape Strawberry SfM Trait analysis [59]
Internode distance Cabbage SL Trait analysis [27]
Cucumber SL Trait analysis [27]
Tomato SL Trait analysis [27]
Ear volume Wheat LT Yield estimation [54]
Ear shape Wheat LT Yield estimation [54]
Miniplot Plant height Pepper SfM QTL analysis [60]
Leaf angle Pepper SfM QTL analysis [60]
Leaf area Rapeseed LT Growth analysis [14]
Proj. leaf area Rapeseed LT Growth analysis [14]
Leaf angle Maize ToF Trait analysis [24]
Sorghum ToF Trait analysis [24]
Soybean SFM Drought response [61]
Fruit detection Tomato LF Trait analysis [21]
Experimental field Plant height/canopy height Wheat LT Growth analysis [13]
Proj. canopy area Cotton TLS Growth and yield [62]
Plant volume Cotton TLS Growth and yield [62]
Leaf area index (LAI) Maize, sorghum SfM Trait analysis [63]
Leaf area Grapevine SfM Trait analysis [64]
Peanut LT Water budget [65]
Cowpea LT Water budget [65]
Pearl millet LT Water budget [65]
Open field Plant height and canopy height Maize SfM Growth analysis [66]
Sorghum SfM Growth analysis [66]
Eggplant SfM Biomass estimation [67]
Tomato SfM Biomass estimation [67]
Cabbage SfM Biomass estimation [67]
  1. If possible an error measurement is provided as well as the plant type, the sensor and the biological connection as the purpose of the study