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==Phenotyping in grapevine==
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* '''Context''': under the deluge of high-throughput sequencing technologies, it is now more and more obvious that genotyping is not an issue anymore (as long as we have money). However, this can't be said for phenotyping.  
  
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* '''Experimental phenotyping''': for measures obtained when (somehow) controlling the environment (e.g. in the lab)
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** platforms: [http://bioweb.supagro.inra.fr/phenoarch/index.php/en/ PhenoArch]
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* '''Observational phenotyping''': for measures obtained in real conditions (e.g. in vineyards)
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** tools: NIRS (see review by Teixera Dos Stanos et al 2013), [http://www.vinerobot.eu/ VineRobot], multi-spectral imagery (see [http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.3920/978-90-8686-778-3_76 work] by J. Tardáguila), [http://www.smartgrappe.com/ SmartGrappe], fluorimeters from [http://www.force-a.eu/fr/produits.php ForceA]
  
 
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Phenotyping in grapevine

  • Context: under the deluge of high-throughput sequencing technologies, it is now more and more obvious that genotyping is not an issue anymore (as long as we have money). However, this can't be said for phenotyping.
  • Experimental phenotyping: for measures obtained when (somehow) controlling the environment (e.g. in the lab)
  • Observational phenotyping: for measures obtained in real conditions (e.g. in vineyards)
    • tools: NIRS (see review by Teixera Dos Stanos et al 2013), VineRobot, multi-spectral imagery (see work by J. Tardáguila), SmartGrappe, fluorimeters from ForceA