Phenotyping platforms in (semi-)controlled conditions for high-resolution and high-throughput phenomics
Platforms located in greenhouses or growth chambers that allow the investigation of the genetic variability of measured plant traits as a response to well-defined environmental conditions (i.e. abiotic and biotic conditions). These platforms are defined by a high level of characterization and/or simulation of environmental conditions and the capacity to manipulate these. These platforms use often non-invasive techniques (often imaging) of specific organs or of whole plants.