Rain water is usually fresh and once harvested; it does not need treatment to become fresh water. Harvesting involves the building of many tanks in the arid areas. These tanks will then be used to store rain water once the rain falls.
This high-throughput phenotyping field-scanning robot has a ton steel gantry that autonomously moves along two meter steel rails while continuously imaging the crops growing below it with a diverse array of cameras and sensors.
Automated controlled-environment phenotyping The Bellwether Foundation Phenotyping Facility is a climate controlled 70 m2 growth house with a conveyor belt system for moving plants to and from fluorescence, color, and nearinfrared imaging cabinets.
This automated, high-throughput platform allows repeated non-destructive time-series image capture and multi-parametric analysis of 1, plants in a single experiment.
Phenotyping sensors on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles UAVs will repeatedly fly precision passes over crops to provide autonomous image surveys, with onboard sensors georegistering the data and stitching together the captured images based on vehicle positions.
The use of UAVs will provide rapid coverage of areas that are much larger than what can be covered with ground-based systems. Phenotyping sensors on piloted ground vehicles Multiple vehicles outfitted with instruments that measure canopy height, temperature, and spectral reflectance at three wavelengths will be used to collect plot-level data georeferenced at centimeter accuracy.
Plot scale data is relevant for traits that are strongly influenced by interplant competition and crop geometry such as light interception and canopy temperature. Genomic and genetic data and computational platform We will conduct whole-genome resequencing on a diverse set of sorghum accessions included in the Bioenergy Association Panel to measure the landscape of genetic variation in the selected germplasm and provide whole-genome sequences for association mapping.
In addition, we will conduct genotyping by-sequencing on lines from two recombinant inbred line RIL populations. The genomic data will then be used to identify the differences between each line and the reference genome sequence for sorghum.
We will use bioinformatics and quantitative genetics to characterize the observed genetic variation and identify genomic regions controlling biomass, plant architecture, and photosynthetic traits.
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Introduction. Arid areas of the world are faced with a problem of access to fresh water for human, domestic and industrial use. Most people living in arid areas are not able to access fresh water for their consumption (Chester, , p).
Year-round low blue water scarcity can be found in the forested areas of South America (notably the Amazon basin), Central Africa (the Congo basin), and Malaysia-Indonesia (Sumatra, Borneo, New Guinea) and in the northern forested and subarctic parts of North America, Europe, and Asia.