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In-vivo bio-imaging 2009 2 nd semester dr. ir. Laury Chaerle
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Overview / Scope Thermal imaging Chlorophyll fluorescence imaging Reflectance imaging Near infrared imaging Hyperspectral imaging UV-induced fluorescence imaging Bioluminescence imaging Magnetic resonance imaging
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Course schedule Minerva additional info basic image processing course
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Course objectives From remote sensing to microscopy which techniques at what application scale Main areas of applications functional analysis of plant genes - breeding precision farming Plant physiological processes visualised complementarity of techniques screening
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Course overview 8 main types of imaging techniques applications illustrated by key publications Imaging-guided sampling histochemical or molecular characterisation targeted analysis Image acquisition Æ monitoring processing and quantitative analysis
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Imaging for early stress-detection Thermography Fluorescence imaging Chlorophyll fluorescence UV-induced fluorescence GFP imaging Bioluminescence imaging aequorin luciferase Reflectance imaging Hyperspectral imaging NMR Non-destructive Non-contact Modalities 10 μ m
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Technical Overview Reflectance imaging visual spectrum detection CCD / CMOS UV NIR red edge structural characteristics illumination angle of image capture Hyperspectral wavelength bands metabolite monitoring
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