Technologies capable of measuring and differentiating the set of observable characteristics of individuals (plants, cells, animals) resulting from the interaction of the genotype, production practices, and the environment.

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The cost of product and trait development continues to rise, while the identification of novel active ingredients becomes more difficult and regulations more stringent. Clients must identify phenotyping technologies that reduce cost, increase throughput in both the laboratory and the field, and provide noninvasive measurements of previously inaccessible phenotypes (e.g., roots) to sustain industry...

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