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UAV phenotyping

                                                                      UAV Phenotyping Globally, agriculture is witnessing significant technological advancement, best exemplified by the Agriculture 4.0 movement. India, one of the … Continue reading UAV phenotyping

M. Srikanth – Phenotyping

M. Srikanth Research Technician Research Work Monitoring physiological experiments in the field, LeasyScan, and glass house in cereals   srikanthmallayee@gmail.com

Suresh Naidu – Phenotyping

Suresh Naidu Research Technician Research Work: Monitoring physiological experiments in the field, LeasyScan.

B. Rekha – Phenotyping

B. Rekha Scientific Officer Main Areas of Work Analyzing and Managing data , Coordinating technician team, Barcoding & Handling IT tools b.rekha@cgiar.org

Dr Krithika – Phenotyping

Dr. Krithika Anbazhagan Krithika Anbazhagan is working with the GEMS team as a Visiting Scientist since Dec 2017. Her primary research project, in collaboration with WorldVeg, is on phenotyping elite genotypes of mungbean for drought adaptation. She is also involved and deriving mungbean crop growth parameters for crop models and farmer-participatory studies to extend relevant … Continue reading Dr Krithika – Phenotyping

Dr. Sunita Choudhary – Phenotyping

Dr. Sunita Choudhary Sunita Choudhary is a Scientist – Crops physiology, Systems Analysis for Climate-Smart Agriculture (SACSA), Innovative Dryland Systems (ISD), ICRISAT, India. She has obtained her Ph.D. in the physiological and molecular aspect of salinity stress tolerance in pearl millet (2011) and a year experience gained in statistical analysis and writing article as a … Continue reading Dr. Sunita Choudhary – Phenotyping

DST-Early Career Research Award- Derivation of algorithms for automated and accelerated phenotyping using high throughput phenotyping platform-Leasy scan, to understand and enhance environmental adaptations in sorghum

Leasy scan-high throughput phenotyping for canopy size and structure components: derivation of algorithms for Sorghum plays an important role in ensuring food and fodder security for millions of rural families in the semi-arid tropics. Breeding for improved varieties for water-limited environments has been slow, especially in developing countries, mostly because of the highly unpredictable environments … Continue reading DST-Early Career Research Award- Derivation of algorithms for automated and accelerated phenotyping using high throughput phenotyping platform-Leasy scan, to understand and enhance environmental adaptations in sorghum

DST-SERB (N-PDF): Phenotyping of foxtail millet genotypes under high-throughput platform for water use, yield related traits and phosphorous deficiency (2019-21)

Foxtail millet (Setaria italica L.) is one of the important millets mostly cultivated in the semi-arid regions of Asia and Africa. Phosphorous (P) is an important macronutrient for all living organisms as it is involved in several important biochemical functions and critically important for plant growth. Limited availability of P is reported to be a … Continue reading DST-SERB (N-PDF): Phenotyping of foxtail millet genotypes under high-throughput platform for water use, yield related traits and phosphorous deficiency (2019-21)

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