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Ryba, T. : Image Processing in Plant Science . Proceedings of the 1st Czech-Russian Forum of Young Scientists, p. 15-16, 2012.


From long time ago the human is trying to find a way how to make plants more effective from some point of view. The reasons for doing that are obvious, e.g. faster growth, greater fertility. One approach for diagnosing energy conversion is to measure the chlorophyll fluorescence that is very powerful optical signal for non-invasive analysis. Also plant structure is strongly related to dynamically changing conditions and thus for energy conversion as well. This work presents an approach for analysis of chlorophyll fluorescence and for determining the basic geometric features such as leaves area and orientation.

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Title: Image Processing in Plant Science
Author: Ryba, T.
Language: English
Date of publication: 1 Apr 2012
Year: 2012
Type of publication: Papers in proceedings of reviewed conferences
Title of journal or book: Proceedings of the 1st Czech-Russian Forum of Young Scientists
Page: 15 - 16
ISBN: 978-80-261-0151-2
Date: 19 Apr 2012 - 22 Apr 2012
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plant structure, chlorophyll fluorescence, photosynthesis, image processing, 3D reconstruction, image registration


 author = {Ryba, T.},
 title = {Image Processing in Plant Science},
 year = {2012},
 journal = {Proceedings of the 1st Czech-Russian Forum of Young Scientists},
 pages = {15-16},
 ISBN = {978-80-261-0151-2},
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