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Fig. 1 | Plant Methods

Fig. 1

From: Phenotyping viral infection in sweetpotato using a high-throughput chlorophyll fluorescence and thermal imaging platform

Fig. 1

Effects of viral infection and growth conditions on plant growth. A Linear regression model of plant height over time. Plant height was measured after 7, 14, 21, and 28 dpt. Wild-type sweetpotato was either healthy (Wt-H) or infected with SPFMV (Wt-F), SPCSV (Wt-C), or both viruses (Wt-FC). Transgenic sweetpotato expressing RNase III from SPCSV was either healthy (R3-H) or infected with SPFMV (R3-F). All six conditions were assessed in plants growing in the growth chamber (GC) and at the NaPPI facility (NaPPI). BD Height (B), biomass (C), and total leaf area (D) of plants growing at NaPPI were measured at 31 dpt. Data are shown as the mean ± SE (n = 10). Different letters indicate statistically significant differences (Tukey’s HSD test, P < 0.05)

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