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Article Dans Une Revue ACS Omega Année : 2020

Dynamic Contrast for Plant Phenotyping


Noninvasiveness, minimal handling, and immediate response are favorable features of fluorescence readout for high-throughput phenotyping of labeled plants. Yet, remote fluorescence imaging may suffer from an autofluorescent background and artificial or natural ambient light. In this work, the latter limitations are overcome by adopting reversibly photoswitchable fluorescent proteins (RSFPs) as labels and Speed OPIOM (out-of-phase imaging after optical modulation), a fluorescence imaging protocol exploiting dynamic contrast. Speed OPIOM can efficiently distinguish the RSFP signal from autofluorescence and other spectrally interfering fluorescent reporters like GFP. It can quantitatively assess gene expressions, even when they are weak. It is as quantitative, sensitive, and robust in dark and bright light conditions. Eventually, it can be used to nondestructively record abiotic stress responses like water or iron limitations in real time at the level of individual plants and even of specific organs. Such Speed OPIOM validation could find numerous applications to identify plant lines in selection programs, design plants as environmental sensors, or ecologically monitor transgenic plants in the environment.



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hal-04070098 , version 1 (14-04-2023)


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Zsolt Kelemen, Ruikang Zhang, Lionel Gissot, Raja Chouket, Yannick Bellec, et al.. Dynamic Contrast for Plant Phenotyping. ACS Omega, 2020, 5 (25), pp.15105-15114. ⟨10.1021/acsomega.0c00957⟩. ⟨hal-04070098⟩
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