Computational Biology Group @ University of Lausanne
|Measured variables||length, curvature|
|Operating system||mac, windows, linux|
Nuclear Phytochrome A Signaling Promotes Phototropism in ArabidopsisC. Kami, M. Hersch, M. Trevisan, T. Genoud, A. Hiltbrunner, S. Bergmann, C. FankhauserTHE PLANT CELL ONLINE, 2012 View paper
Hypophen is an open-source software enabling the semi-automatic phenotyping of growing seedlings from time-lapse images. More precisely, it computes and records the elongation and bending of the seedlings. It is semi-automatic in the sense that manual calibration, verification and adjustments are sometimes needed. For an experienced user, it allows a throughput of about 50 images of 20 hypocotyls in about 10 minutes, given a reasonable image quality.
Source: HypoPhen website