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Australian Plant Phenomics Facility

The University of Adelaide Australia

Model Plant Module

  • Pricing and availability - please contact us by e-mail or on +61 2 6218 3430.

The Model Plant Module provides high throughput growth and deep phenotyping of small seedlings including the model plants Arabidopsis and Brachypodium in trays using digital growth and morphological analysis, pulse modulated chlorophyll fluorescence and infra-red thermography for photosynthetic and plant transpiration measurements under controlled environmental conditions (light, CO2 and humidity). This module interfaces with destructive sampling and carbon isotope discrimination.

This module is capable of conducting analysis into:

  • Growth and morphology
  • Photosynthetic performance (Chl Fluor) under defined conditions
  • IR screening for leaf temperature
  • Automated destructive sampling for metabolites, protein, DNA and RNA, delta13C
  • Leaf area / growth analysis
  • Lesions / pathogen attack
  • Architecture / morphology
  • Morphological clustering
  • PODD phenotypic dBase

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The Small Model Plant Module provides high throughput growth and deep phenotyping of Arabidopsis in trays and other small seedlings using digital growth and morphological analysis, pulse modulated chlorophyll fluorescence and infra-red thermography for photosynthetic measurements under controlled environmental conditions (light, CO2 and humidity). This module will interface with destructive robotic sampling and carbon isotope discrimination.

Model Plant HTP Screening Module: Trayscan

High Throughput Arabidopsis Screening :

  • Growth and morphology
  • Photosynthetic performance (Chl Fluor) under defined conditions
  • IR screening for leaf temperature
  • Automated destructive sampling for metabolites, protein, DNA and RNA, 13C delta
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Trayscan Plant Analysis Trayscan Plant Analysis
Brachypodium plants in Trayscan
Trayscan analysis of Brachypodium plants In-cabinet real time imaging.

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