Plant phenomics is a high-throughput path-breaking area that meets all the requirements for the collection ofaccurate, rapid and multi-faceted phenotypic data. Plant phenomics is an approach to envisage complex traitsthat are appropriate for selection, and provides relevant information as to why particular genotype can stand outin particular environmental conditions. The technique of plant phenotyping can be operated in variousdimensions, from the gene to the whole-plant level under a specific environment, and management practices.Through this review, we discuss the recent advances in plant phenomics, highlighting different field andconfined high-throughput technologies for utilization in forward and reverse genetics. These plant phenomicstechnique are very relevant in stress identification, study physiological processes, rapid and efficient screening,dissection and confirmation for understanding the genetic basis of different traits, genes and aspects. High-throughputphenomics technologies are essential to avoid human error and to reduce time consumption whilephenotyping large germplasm populations, or for confirmation of gene or trait functional analysis.
Volume 46, 2021
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