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Anthurium

Example images of  Anthurium grabbed with the CropReporter High Resolution. Grabbed images of  Fm , F0 and Color are shown.  Using the CF-Images: F0 and Fm, the Fv/Fm image is calculated.  The used false color table indicates the efficiency of  photosynthesis. Black and red colors indicate a low efficiency, while yellow and green indicate a higher efficiency. In the Fm image the large depth of field of the CropReporter of about 30 cm can be observed.

Arabidopsis

The CropReporter High Resolution can be used for high troughtput measurements. Four large Arabidopsis plants were measured in one image in one second. The image resolution is 1.4Mp, dividing the images in four regions results in a resolution of 0.35 Mp per plant. Absolute maximum capacity is this example is 14400 plants per hour.

Kalanchoe

CropReporter High Resolution example images of Kalanchoe. The calculated Fv/Fm image (upper right side) clearly shows the measurement is not dependent on the leaf angle. Allthough the leaves are pointing to all directions, the calculated Fv/Fm values of the efficiency of photosynthesis are allmost constant therefore leaves are difficult to reconize in the calculated image.

Musa tropicana

Example images of  banana plant grabbed with the CropReporter High Resolution. Grabbed images of  Fm (bottom left side), F0 (bottom right side) and Color (upper left side) are shown.  Using the CF-Images F0 and Fm, the Fv/Fm image (upper right side) is calculated.  The used false color table indicates the efficiency of  photosynthesis. Black and red colors indicate a low efficiency, while yellow and green indicate a higher efficiency. In this example a severe stress in three leaves is observed.

Peperomia obtusifolia

CropReporter High Resolution images of Peperomia obtusifolia.  The calculated Fv/Fm image (upper right side) shows no signs of biotic or abiotic stress.

Septoria infection in Wheat

Example images of the CropReporter High Resolution of a Septoria infection in wheat. The incubation time was 11 days. Visually (left image) the interaction between Septoria and the leaf is hardly to be seen (only small brown spots at the leaf tip). The calculated Fv/Fm image of the CropReporter shows a much lager infected area (red color) in the leaf tip. Also infections in the lower part of the leaf are shown in the Fv/Fm image (right side), which can not be seen by eye.

Spathyphyllum

CropReporter High Resolution example images of Spathyphyllum.  In the calculated Fv/Fm image (upper right side) is shown that flowers have a lower efficiency of photosynthesis (red color) comparing to leaves. Some leaves show a lower efficiency of photosynthesis (orange color) indicating stress.

Tobacco and CRSV Virus

This tobacco plant is infected with CRSV virus. The plant shows visual symptoms (color picture left side), but quantification of infection size is difficult. The image at the center is the calculated Fv/Fm image of the CropReporter, showing the efficiency of photosynthesis in false colors. The red and black colors show a low efficiency of photosynthesis caused by the interaction between virus and plant. The CropReporter Analysis software can easily quantify this area, colored in blue in the right image. This is an objective and fast way to quantify the percentage of infected plant area caused by the virus.