Type: Chapter

Non-invasive field phenotyping of cereal development

Authors

Andreas Hund

ETH Zurich

Lukas Kronenberg

ETH Zurich

Jonas Anderegg

ETH Zurich

Kang Yu

KU Leuven

Achim Walter

ETH Zurich

Publication date:

27 June 2019

ID: 9781838798291

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Description

High throughput field phenotyping (HTFP) allows the selection of crops with unprecedented precision, and plays an important role to understand genotype-by-environment interaction. This chapter describes carrier systems for non-invasive field phenotyping, outlines the principles of envirotyping, and examines the challenge of physiological breeding by means of high-throughput phenotyping of plant development. The chapter describes the importance of the different phases of cereal development and how to phenotype them, and analyses genetic crop models. Finally, the chapter looks ahead to future research trends in this area.

Table of contents

1 Introduction
2 Carrier systems
3 Envirotyping
4 Physiological breeding by means of high-throughput phenotyping of plant development
5 Cereal development: the importance of the different phases and how to phenotype them
6 Genetic crop models
7 Future trends and conclusion
8 Where to look for further information
9 References