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Noriko Ohtake, Masaharu Ishikura, Hiroshi Suzuki, Wataru Yamori, and Eiji Goto

transplanted into growth chambers equipped with similar cool white fluorescent lamps (R:G:B = 32:45:23) as well as blue and red LEDs (Showa Denko KK, Japan) with various irradiation patterns ( Fig. 1 ). The DLIs of all light sources were set to 6.9 mol·m −2 ·d

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Michele R. Warmund, Jeanne D. Mihail, and Kaley Hensel

-LWA-M003; Onset, Bourne, MA), and precipitation (S-RGB-M002) collected data at 10-s intervals, which were averaged and recorded at 10-min intervals. Based on the results of Beraha et al. (1960) , temperatures >8 °C, relative humidity ≥85%, and leaf wetness

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Sawyer N. Adams, Walter O. Ac-Pangan, and Lorenzo Rossi

. Microscopy was done with a Leica fluorescence microscope (Leica DM 1000 LED, Wetzlar, Germany) connected to an RGB camera (Leica DMC2900, Wetzlar, Germany). Soon after staining, one sample was taken out of the glycerol and placed on the cutting surface with a

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Alicia Rihn, Hayk Khachatryan, Benjamin Campbell, Charles Hall, and Bridget Behe

identical plants on a wooden bench with a white background ( Fig. 1 ). In-store signs (1.78 × 3.89cm) were used to convey the attributes. Each attribute sign had the same font (Times New Roman), font size, style, and color (turquoise, RGB: 0, 120, 174). The

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Mingying Xiang, Justin Q. Moss, Dennis L. Martin, Kemin Su, Bruce L. Dunn, and Yanqi Wu

-cost method for objectively measuring TQ and appearance, which is known as the VR. The turf DGCI was measured by converting the red, green, and blue (RGB) color scheme in the series of pixels into hue, saturation, and brightness (HSB). The DGCI was then

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Pedro García-Caparrós, Olga González-Salmerón, Mónica Pérez-Saiz, Raquel Calatrava, María Teresa Lao, Rosa María Chica, and Gumersindo De la Cruz

photosynthetic pigments. The color index in the leaf green area for red (R), green (G), and blue (B) values was assessed following the methodology established by Kim et al. (2012) . Briefly, the RGB values were determined using an optical scanner (ES-2000; Seiko

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Yawadee Srimake and Susan C. Miyasaka

, determined its color balance as RGB 40/14/56 using Photoshop (version CS; Adobe Systems, San Jose, CA) and set this intensity to a value of 5 in a scale of 0 to 5. The 5-rated image was imported into PowerPoint (version 2007; Microsoft, Redmond, WA), and

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Suejin Park, Youyoun Moon, and Nicole L. Waterland

. Ibaraki, Y. 2008 Measuring leaf necrosis and chlorosis of bamboo induced by typhoon 0613 with RGB image analysis J. For. Res. 19 225 230 Wang, W. Vinocur, B. Altman, A. 2003 Plant responses to drought, salinity and extreme temperatures: Towards genetic

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Chase Jones-Baumgardt, David Llewellyn, Qinglu Ying, and Youbin Zheng

://imagej.nih.gov/ij/download.html ) was used to determine red, green, and blue (RGB) values for each image, which were then converted into hue and saturation values using the formulas outlined by Karcher and Richardson (2003) . Hue angle (HA) refers to a position on a continuous

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Keun H. Cho, Joo Young Kim, Maria I. Alvarez, Veronica Y. Laux, Lauren K. Valad, Joshua M. Tester, Thomas A. Colquhoun, and David G. Clark

(Teledyne Qimaging, Surrey, BC, Canada) with the same exposure and RGB conditions. ( A ) Petunia ‘Mitchell Diploid’ plant as a nontransgenic control plant, ( B ) ZsGreen1- , ( C ) ZsYellow1 -, and ( D ) TurboRFP -transgenic petunia flowers were compared