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In contrast to the rapid advances made in plant genotyping, plant phenotyping is considered a bottleneck in plant science. This has promoted high-throughput plant phenotyping (HTP) studies, resulting in an exponential increase in phenotyping-related publications. The development of HTP was originally intended for use as indoor HTP technologies for model plant species under controlled environments. However, this subsequently shifted to HTP for use in crops in fields. Although HTP in fields isdoi:10.1270/jsbbs.21069 pmid:36045897 pmcid:PMC8987842 fatcat:qyabvcv6xngbhc6epjtocob5tq