Research Topics HTP, Plant Phenomics

By Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil

Research Area/ Research Interest: HTP, Plant Phenomics

Research Paper Topics for: Masters and PhD Thesis and publication

  1.  Accelerated Breeding of Cereal Crops
  2.  Data Science in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management
  3.  Multivariate Statistical Machine Learning Methods for Genomic Prediction
  4.  Plant Abiotic Stress Physiology: Volume 1: Responses and Adaptations
  5.  Plant Abiotic Stress Physiology: Volume 2: Molecular Advancements
  6.  Automated Aeroponics System Using IoT for Smart Agriculture
  7.  Emerging Roles of Osmoprotectants in the Abiotic Stress Tolerance of Plants
  8.  Forward and Reverse Genetic Approaches for Improving Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Crop Plants
  9.  Genotyping by Sequencing for Crop Improvement
  10.  Innovations in Crop Production: An Amalgamation of Abiotic Stress Physiology and Technology
  11.  Next-Generation Climate-Resilient Agricultural Technology in Traditional Farming for Food and Nutritional Safety in the Modern Era of Climate Change
  12.  Plant–Environment Interaction in Developing Crop Species Resilient to Climate Change
  13.  Role of Electromagnetic Radiation in Abiotic Stress Tolerance
  14.  Role of Phenomics in Screening Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Plants
  15.  Sustainable Smart Crop Management for Indian Farms Using Artificial Intelligence
  16.  A European perspective on opportunities and demands for field-based crop phenotyping
  17.  A glass bead semi-hydroponic system for intact maize root exudate analysis and phenotyping
  18.  A multi-environment framework to evaluate the adaptation of wheat (Triticum aestivum) to heat stress
  19.  A toolkit to rapidly modify root systems through single plant selection
  20.  A two-stage approach for the spatio-temporal analysis of high-throughput phenotyping data
  21.  Abiotic Stress Response in Brachypodium
  22.  Advanced high-throughput plant phenotyping techniques for genome-wide association studies: A review
  23.  Advances from Conventional to Modern Plant Breeding Methodologies
  24.  Advances in “Omics” Approaches for Improving Toxic Metals/Metalloids Tolerance in Plants
  25.  Background-Aware Domain Adaptation for Plant Counting
  26.  Cereal grain 3D point cloud analysis method for shape extraction and filled/unfilled grain identification based on structured light imaging
  27.  Closer vein spacing by ectopic expression of nucleotide-binding and leucine-rich repeat proteins in rice leaves
  28.  Cold Stress in Plants: Strategies to Improve Cold Tolerance in Forage Species
  29.  Deep learning based high-throughput phenotyping of chalkiness in rice exposed to high night temperature
  30.  Diurnal Circadian Lighting Accumulation Model: A Predictor of the Human Circadian Phase Shift Phenotype
  31.  Genetic analysis reveals three novel QTLs underpinning a butterfly egg-induced hypersensitive response-like cell death in Brassica rapa
  32.  Genome-wide superior alleles, haplotypes and candidate genes associated with tolerance on sodic-dispersive soils in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
  33.  Genomic and phenotypic analyses of diverse non-clinical Acinetobacter baumannii strains reveals strain-specific virulence and resistance capacity
  34.  High-throughput field phenotyping of soybean: Spotting an ideotype
  35.  High-throughput phenotyping allows the selection of soybean genotypes for earliness and high grain yield
  36.  High-throughput phenotyping of a large tomato collection under water deficit: Combining UAVs’ remote sensing with conventional leaf-level physiologic and …
  37.  High-throughput plant phenotyping for improved turfgrass breeding applications
  38.  High-throughput plant phenotyping: a role for metabolomics?
  39.  High-throughput platform for yeast morphological profiling predicts the targets of bioactive compounds
  40.  How do plants defend themselves against pathogens-Biochemical mechanisms and genetic interventions
  41.  Image-based phenotyping of cassava roots for diversity studies and carotenoids prediction
  42.  Installation and imaging of thousands of minirhizotrons to phenotype root systems of field-grown plants
  43.  Linking meta-omics to the kinetics of denitrification intermediates reveals pH-dependent causes of N2O emissions and nitrite accumulation in soil
  44.  Mapping Cell Phenomics with Multiparametric Flow Cytometry Assays
  45.  Microbiome and metabolome features of the cardiometabolic disease spectrum
  46.  Missing Links Between Gene Function and Physiology in Genomics
  47.  Monitoring drought response and chlorophyll content in Quercus by consumer-grade, near-infrared (NIR) camera: a comparison with reflectance spectroscopy
  48.  Morphological analysis and stage determination of anther development in Sorghum
  49.  MultipleXLab: A high-throughput portable live-imaging root phenotyping platform using deep learning and computer vision
  50.  Multi-Trait Multi-Environment Genomic Prediction for End-Use Quality Traits in Winter Wheat
  51.  Natterin-like depletion by CRISPR/Cas9 impairs zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryonic development
  52.  Novel Antarctic yeast adapts to cold by switching energy metabolism and increasing small RNA synthesis
  53.  Novel Mutant Alleles Reveal a Role of the Extra-Large G Protein in Rice Grain Filling, Panicle Architecture, Plant Growth, and Disease Resistance
  54.  Panicle-3D: a low-cost 3D-modeling method for rice panicles based on deep learning, shape from silhouette, and supervoxel clustering
  55.  Performance evaluation of salient object detection techniques
  56.  Phenotype correlation analysis and excellent germplasm screening of herb Bletilla Rchb. f. based on comprehensive evaluation from thirty-three geographic …
  57.  Phenotyping in the era of genomics: MaTrics—a digital character matrix to document mammalian phenotypic traits
  58.  Production and scavenging of reactive oxygen species confer to differential sensitivity of rice and wheat to drought stress
  59.  Quantification of dwarfing effect of different rootstocks in ‘Picual’olive cultivar using UAV-photogrammetry
  60.  Re-imagining crop domestication in the era of high throughput phenomics
  61.  Science, Technology and Innovation
  62.  Segmentation of structural parts of rosebush plants with 3D point-based deep learning methods
  63.  Sensor-based phenotyping of above-ground plant-pathogen interactions
  64.  The Agricultural Genome to Phenome Initiative (AG2PI): creating a shared vision across crop and livestock research communities
  65.  The microbiota–gut–brain axis: pathways to better brain health. Perspectives on what we know, what we need to investigate and how to put knowledge into …
  66.  The performance of phenomic selection depends on the genetic architecture of the target trait
  67.  Wheat genetic loci conferring resistance to stripe rust in the face of genetically diverse races of the fungus Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici
  68.  Whole-plant phenotypic engineering: moving beyond ratios for multi-objective optimization of nutrient use efficiency
  69.  A Simple and Rapid Oxidative Stress Screening Method of Small Molecules for Functional Studies of Transcription Factor
  70.  Androgenesis-Based Doubled Haploidy: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives
  71.  Biological Validation of the Free Software RhizoVision Explorer to Determine Root Parameters in Horticultural Crops
  73.  Candidate resistance genes to foliar phylloxera identified at Rdv3 of hybrid grape
  74.  Characterization of genetic variation of Bambara groundnut
  75.  Data Descriptor: Quantitative
  76.  Dissecting the root phenotypic and genotypic variability of the Iowa mung bean diversity panel
  77.  Dynamic Color Transform Networks for Wheat Head Detection
  78.  Estimating photosynthetic attributes from high-throughput canopy hyperspectral sensing in 1 sorghum 2
  79.  Estimation of Cold Stress, Plant Age, and Number of Leaves in Watermelon Plants Using Image Analysis.
  80.  Genetic analysis of novel resistance sources and genome-wide association mapping identified novel QTLs for resistance to Zymoseptoria tritici, the causal …
  81.  Genomic Selection: A Tool for Accelerating the Efficiency of Molecular Breeding for Development of Climate Resilient Crops
  82.  Germplasm, Breeding, and Genomics in Potato Improvement of Biotic and Abiotic Stresses Tolerance.
  83.  How Useful is Image-Based Active Learning for Plant Organ
  84.  How Useful Is Image-Based Active Learning for Plant Organ Segmentation?
  85.  Innovative organic breeding concepts: challenges and examples
  86.  Integrated Publications New Delhi
  87.  Loss of Starch Synthase IIIa changes starch molecular structure and granule morphology in grains of hexaploid bread wheat
  88.  Mitochondria, stress, and the brain; Their interactions in mouse models for stress-related psychopathologies
  89.  Objective phenotyping of root system architecture using image augmentation and machine learning in alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) 2
  90.  Post-Harvest Losses of Cereals in Developing Countries: A Review
  91.  Prospectus of Genomic Selection and Phenomics in Cereal, Legume and Oilseed Breeding Programs. Front. Genet. 12: 829131. doi: 10.3389/fgene …
  92.  Reservoir Computing with Plants
  93.  Root physiology and morphology of soybean in relation to stress tolerance
  94.  The Future of Climate Resilience in Wheat
  96.  Towards Sensor-Based Phenotyping of Physical Barriers of Grapes to Improve Resilience to Botrytis Bunch Rot
  97.  Transcriptional and Physiological Analyses to Assess the Effects of a Novel Biostimulant in Tomato
  98.  作物种质资源表型性状鉴定评价: 现状与趋势
  99. 20 Years of Rice Genomics Research: from Sequencing, Functional Genomics to Quantitative Genomics
  100. A 3D orthogonal vision-based band-gap prediction using deep learning: A proof of concept
  101. A catalogue of resistance gene homologs and a chromosome-scale reference sequence support resistance gene mapping in winter wheat
  102. A combined approach utilizing UAV 3D imaging methods, in-situ measurements, and laboratory experiments to assess water evaporation and trace element uptake by …
  103. A Comparative Study among Clustering Techniques for Leaf Segmentation in Rosette Plants
  104. A Comparison of High-Throughput Imaging Methods for Quantifying Plant Growth Traits and Estimating Above-Ground Biomass Accumulation
  105. A Core Set of Snap Bean Genotypes Established by Phenotyping a Large Panel Collected in Europe
  106. A historically balanced locus under recent directional selection in responding to changed nitrogen conditions during modern maize breeding
  107. A PSTAIRE-type cyclin-dependent kinase controls light responses in land plants
  108. A review on the application of bioinformatics tools in food microbiome studies
  109. A robust deep learning approach for the quantitative characterization and clustering of peach tree crowns based on UAV images
  110. A single exposure to a sublethal concentration of Origanum vulgare essential oil initiates response against food stressors and restoration of antibiotic susceptibility in …
  111. A synthetic datasets based instance segmentation network for High-throughput soybean pods phenotype investigation
  112. A systematic review of artificial intelligence in agriculture
  113. Advances in Breeding Strategies for Improving Stress Tolerance in Brassicas
  114. Advances in field-based high-throughput photosynthetic phenotyping
  115. Adverse Effects of Arsenic Uptake in Rice Metabolome and Lipidome Revealed by Untargeted Liquid Chromatography Coupled to Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS) and …
  116. AgroLD: A Knowledge Graph Database for plant functional genomics
  117. An Autonomous System for Crop Inspections: 3D Hyperspectral Reconstructions, Multi-Robot Planning and Control
  118. An improved approach to estimate ratoon rice aboveground biomass by integrating UAV-based spectral, textural and structural features
  119. and Sarika Sharma
  120. Applied phenomics and genomics for improving barley yellow dwarf resistance in winter wheat
  121. Association between UAV high‐throughput canopy phenotyping and soybean yield
  122. Aus rice root architecture variation contributing to grain yield under drought suggests a key role of nodal root diameter class
  123. Automated hyperspectral vegetation index derivation using a hyperparameter optimisation framework for high‐throughput plant phenotyping
  124. Autonomous Detection of Spodoptera frugiperda by Feeding Symptoms Directly from UAV RGB Imagery
  125. Bayesian optimization of multivariate genomic prediction models based on secondary traits for improved accuracy gains and phenotyping costs
  126. Belgian endive-derived biostimulants promote shoot and root growth in vitro
  127. Bioenergy Underground: Challenges and opportunities for phenotyping roots and the microbiome for sustainable bioenergy crop production
  128. Bioinformatics for plant and agricultural discoveries in the age of multiomics: A review and case study of maize nodal root growth under water deficit
  129. Breaking the Yield Barriers to Enhance Genetic Gains in Wheat
  130. Breaking the Yield Barriers to Enhance Genetic Gains in Wheat
  131. Breeding and Genomics Interventions for Developing Ascochyta Blight Resistant Grain Legumes
  132. Breeding for Economically and Environmentally Sustainable Wheat Varieties: An Integrated Approach from Genomics to Selection
  133. Breeding for Spot Blotch Resistance in Wheat
  134. Brettanomyces bruxellensis: Overview of the genetic and phenotypic diversity of an anthropized yeast
  135. Brettanomyces/Dekkera off-flavor and other microbial spoilage
  136. Cash Crops: An Introduction
  137. Characterizing the gene-environment interaction underlying natural morphological variation in Neurospora crassa conidiophores using high-throughput phenomics …
  138. Classical Breeding and Trait Genetics in Catharanthus
  139. Co-cultivation Approach to Decipher the Influence of Nitrogen-Fixing Cyanobacterium on Growth and N Uptake in Rice Crop
  140. Cold Tolerance is Governed by Diverse Genetic Mechanisms Including Those Regulated by NB-LRR-type Receptor Proteins in Arabidopsis
  141. Combining novel technologies with interdisciplinary basic research to enhance horticultural crops
  142. Comparative metabolite profiling of rice contrasts reveal combined drought and heat stress signatures in flag leaf and spikelets
  143. Comparative Metabolite Profiling of Wheat Cultivars (Triticum aestivum) Reveals Signatory Markers for Resistance and Susceptibility to Stripe Rust and Aluminium …
  144. Comprehensive evaluation of mapping complex traits in wheat using genome-wide association studies
  145. Comprehensive mechanistic insights into the citrus genetics, breeding challenges, biotechnological implications, and omics-based interventions
  146. Computer Vision and Machine Learning in Agriculture
  147. Computer vision for assessing species color pattern variation from web-based community science images
  148. Contrasting gene‐level signatures of selection with reproductive fitness
  149. Contribution of structural and functional modifications to wide distribution of Bermuda grass Cynodon dactylon (L) Pers.
  150. CRISP: a deep learning architecture for GC× GC–TOFMS contour ROI identification, simulation and analysis in imaging metabolomics
  151. Crop Ontology Governance and Stewardship Framework
  152. Current and Future Advances in Genomics-Assisted Cassava Breeding
  153. Deep learning: as the new frontier in high-throughput plant phenotyping
  154. Deep phenotyping platform for microscopic plant-pathogen interactions
  155. Deep-learning-based in-field citrus fruit detection and tracking
  156. Defining key metabolic roles in osmotic adjustment and ROS homeostasis in the recretohalophyte Karelinia caspia under salt stress
  157. Designing Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) for Abiotic Stress Tolerance
  158. Development of Sustainable Technologies to Increase Agricultural Productivity and Improve Food Security in Africa
  159. Digital applications and artificial intelligence in agriculture toward next-generation plant phenotyping
  160. Diurnal stomatal apertures and density ratios affect whole-canopy stomatal conductance, water-use efficiency and yield
  161. DNA-Based Technologies for Grapevine Biodiversity Exploitation: State of the Art and Future Perspectives
  162. Drought stress in sorghum: impact on grain quality
  163. Eff-UNet++: A novel architecture for plant leaf segmentation and counting
  164. Elucidating drought responsive networks in tef (Eragrostis tef) using phenomic and metabolomic approaches
  165. Elucidating the role of SWEET13 in phloem loading of the C4 grass Setaria viridis
  166. Enantioselective toxiceffects of mefentrifluconazole in the liver of adult zebrafish (Danio rerio) based on transcription level and metabolomic profile
  167. Energy plants (crops): potential natural and future designer plants
  168. Engineering Crops for Resistance to Pests and Diseases: Necessity for Crop Improvement through Accurate Genomic Resources and Phenotyping
  169. Enhancement of sorghum grain yield and nutrition: A role for arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi regardless of soil phosphorus availability
  170. Entailing the Next-Generation Sequencing and Metabolome for Sustainable Agriculture by Improving Plant Tolerance
  171. Epigenetic mechanisms contribute to shaping curled leaf phenotype in the methylation-defective ddc mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana
  172. Evolving perspective on the origin and diversification of cellular life and the virosphere
  173. Farm Animal Informatics
  174. Focusing the GWAS Lens on days to flower using latent variable phenotypes derived from global multi-environment trials
  175. Four-Dimensional Plant Phenotyping Model Integrating Low-Density LiDAR Data and Multispectral Images
  176. From Genome Sequencing to CRISPR-Based Genome Editing for Climate-Resilient Forest Trees
  177. Genetic diversity reveals synergistic interaction between yield components could improve the sink size and yield in rice
  178. Genetically Engineered Animal Models in Toxicologic Research
  179. Genetics of disease resistance in Norway spruce (Picea abies): a look in the past with an eye to the future
  180. Genome-Wide Association Study of Root System Architecture in Maize
  181. Genomic Design for Abiotic Stress Resistance in Pigeonpea
  182. Genomic Designing for Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Mungbean and Urdbean
  183. Genomic Designing for Biotic Stress Resistance in Rapeseed
  184. Genomic Designing for Biotic Stress Resistant Grapevine
  185. Genomic prediction of morphometric and colorimetric traits in Solanaceous fruits
  186. Genomics divergence of Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis isolated from naturally fermented dairy products
  187. Genomics-based approaches to improve abiotic stress tolerance in plants: Present status and future prospects
  188. Genotype-specific patterns of physiological and antioxidative responses in barley under salinity stress
  189. Growth and antioxidant responses triggered by water stress in wild relatives of eggplant
  190. GWAShub: A Web-based Resource to Democratize Genome-Wide Association Studies in Crop Plants
  191. Harnessing plant microbiome for mitigating arsenic toxicity in sustainable agriculture
  192. Harnessing root architecture to address global challenges
  193. High-Precision Stereo Matching with a Drone Equipped With Rtk-Gnss and a Single Camera for Plant Height Measurements
  194. High-throughput field crop phenotyping: current status and challenges
  195. Horizon Scanning: Rise of Planetary Health Genomics and Digital Twins for Pandemic Preparedness
  196. Image processing based Wheat spike detection using YOLO
  197. In Situ Measuring Stem Diameters of Maize Crops with a High-Throughput Phenotyping Robot
  198. Indirect genetic effects: A cross-disciplinary perspective on empirical studies
  199. Inheritance and QTL Mapping for Flower Color in Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge
  200. Interactions between Diffuse Light and Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) Canopy Structure, Simulations of Light Interception in Virtual Canopies
  201. Inter-specific hybrid sesame with high lignan content in oil reveals increased expression of sesamin synthase gene
  202. Inter‐tissue and inter‐organ signaling in drought stress response and phenotyping of drought tolerance
  203. Joint Plant and Leaf Instance Segmentation on Field-Scale UAV Imagery
  204. Latent heat flux variability and response to drought stress of black poplar: A multi-platform multi-sensor remote and proximal sensing approach to relieve the data …
  205. LED color gradient as a new screening tool for rapid phenotyping of plant responses to light quality
  206. Lentil Gene Pool for Breeding
  207. Leveraging millets for developing climate resilient agriculture
  208. Life Sciences Discovery and Technology Highlights
  209. Lodging resistance in maize: A function of root–shoot interactions
  210. L-system models for image-based phenomics: case studies of maize and canola
  211. Machine Learning for Image Analysis: Leaf Disease Segmentation
  212. Maritime Pine Genomics in Focus
  213. Measuring hidden phenotype: Quantifying the shape of barley seeds using the Euler Characteristic Transform
  214. Molecular approaches for improving abiotic stress tolerance in sugarcane
  215. Molecular Linkage Mapping: Map Construction and Mapping of Genes/QTLs
  216. Multiomics approaches for the improvements of postharvest systems
  217. Multiple brace root phenotypes promote anchorage and limit root lodging in maize
  218. Mutagenesis in wheat: An approach to make saline green!
  219. Network biology bridges the gaps between quantitative genetics and multi-omics to map complex diseases
  220. New approaches to improve crop tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses
  221. Normalized difference vegetation index as screening trait to complement visual selections of durum wheat drought tolerant genotypes
  222. Novel target sites for soybean yield enhancement by photosynthesis
  223. Nutritional improvement of cereal crops to combat hidden hunger during COVID-19 pandemic: Progress and prospects
  224. Oil palm
  225. Open-Source Electronics for Plant Phenotyping and Irrigation in Controlled Environment
  226. Optimisation of root traits to provide enhanced ecosystem services in agricultural systems: A focus on cover crops
  227. Optimizing growing conditions for hydroponic farming of selected medicinal and aromatic plants
  228. Phenotypic diversity and alternative methods for characterization and prediction of pulp yield in passion fruit (Passiflora spp.) germplasm
  229. Phenotyping cowpea for seedling root architecture reveals root phenes important for breeding phosphorus efficient varieties
  230. Phenotyping multiple maize ear traits from a single image: Kernels per ear, rows per ear, and kernels per row
  231. Physiological, biochemical, and molecular aspects of grafting in fruit trees
  232. Physiomics and Phenomics
  233. Pixelwise instance segmentation of leaves in dense foliage
  234. PlantGSAD: a comprehensive gene set annotation database for plant species
  235. Plastic film mulch changes the microbial community in maize root-associated compartments
  236. Potato Pests and Diseases: A Global Perspective
  237. Power of Molecular Markers and Genomics Technology in Jute Breeding
  238. Pratik Satya, Debabrata Sarkar, Chandan Sourav Kar, Dipnarayan Saha, Subhojit Datta, Surendra Kumar Pandey
  239. Pulse Crop Biofortification Toward Human Health, Targeting Prebiotic Carbohydrates, Protein, and Minerals
  240. Recent applications of metabolomics in plant breeding
  241. Reconstruction of phyllotaxis at the example of digitized red mangrove (Rhizophora mangle) and application to light interception simulation
  242. Registration of Gaspé Flint 1.1. 1, a small‐size early‐flowering maize inbred line
  243. Relevance of ear and ear-related traits in wheat under heat stress
  244. Remote Sensing in Studies of the Growing Season: A Bibliometric Analysis
  245. Return to Agrobiodiversity: Participatory Plant Breeding
  246. Robust high-throughput phenotyping with deep segmentation enabled by a web-based annotator
  247. Role of Wheat Phosphorus Starvation Tolerance 1 Genes in Phosphorus Acquisition and Root Architecture
  248. Root system architectural and growth responses of crop plants to mineral nutrition under moisture stress and its implications in drought tolerance
  249. Root system architecture in cereals: progress, challenges, and perspective
  250. Root traits for low input agroecosystems in Africa: lessons from three case studies
  251. Salinity stress tolerance and omics approaches: revisiting the progress and achievements in major cereal crops
  252. Scanning the rice Global MAGIC population for dynamic genetic control of seed traits under vegetative drought
  253. SegVeg: Segmenting RGB images into green and senescent vegetation by combining deep and shallow methods
  254. Semantic segmentation for plant phenotyping using advanced deep learning pipelines
  255. Shoot senescence in herbaceous perennials of the temperate zone: identifying drivers of senescence pace and shape
  256. Short-term continuous and pulse Pb exposure causes negative effects on skin histomorphological structure and bacterial composition of adult Pelophylax …
  257. Simulation of sugar kelp (Saccharina latissima) breeding guided by practices to accelerate genetic gains
  258. Simultaneous dissection of grain carotenoid levels and kernel color in biparental maize populations with yellow-to-orange grain
  259. StomataScorer: a portable and high‐throughput leaf stomata trait scorer combined with deep learning and an improved CV model
  260. Tackling Lentil Biotic Stresses in the Genomic Era
  261. The feasibility of using a low-cost near-infrared, sensitive, consumer-grade digital camera mounted on a commercial UAV to assess Bambara groundnut yield
  262. The genome sequence of Hirschfeldia incana, a species with high photosynthetic light-use efficiency
  263. The impact of the micronutrient iodine in health and diseases
  264. The kinesin-13 protein BR HYPERSENSITIVE 1 is a negative brassinosteroid signaling component regulating rice growth and development
  265. The New Cranberry Wisconsin Research Station: Renovation Priorities of a ‘Stevens’ Cranberry Marsh Based on Visual Mapping, Genetic Testing, and Yield Data
  266. Three-dimensional modeling and visualization of rice root system based on the improved dual-scale automaton and L-system
  267. Timing Is Everything In Autumn–Coordination Of Senescence Onset By A Transcriptional Program In Response To Environmental And Phytohormone Signals
  268. Towards Heat Tolerant Runner Bean (Phaseolus coccineus L.) by Utilizing Plant Genetic Resources
  269. Towards improved accuracy of UAV-based wheat ears counting: A transfer learning method of the ground-based fully convolutional network
  270. Trichoderma as biostimulant-a plausible approach to alleviate abiotic stress for intensive production practices
  271. Understanding heat stress response in dairy animals: an overview
  272. Unraveling the potential of phenomic selection within and among diverse breeding material of maize (Zea mays L.)
  273. Unravelling the responses of different apple varieties to water constraints by continuous field thermal monitoring
  274. Use of biostimulants in tolerance of drought stress in agricultural crops
  275. Utilizing Plant Genetic Resources to Develop Climate Resilient Crops
  276. Utilizing the underutilized plant resources for development of life style foods: Putting nutrigenomics to use
  277. Virtual research environments co‐creation: The D4Science experience
  279. Weakly-supervised learning to automatically count cotton flowers from aerial imagery
  280. Zinc alters behavioral phenotypes, neurotransmitter signatures, and immune homeostasis in male zebrafish (Danio rerio)
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