Mark Müller-Linow
Mark Müller-Linow
Institute of Plant Sciences, IBG-2, Forschungszentrum Jülich
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Non-invasive approaches for phenotyping of enhanced performance traits in bean
U Rascher, S Blossfeld, F Fiorani, S Jahnke, M Jansen, AJ Kuhn, ...
Functional Plant Biology 38 (12), 968-983, 2011
Organization of excitable dynamics in hierarchical biological networks
M Müller-Linow, CC Hilgetag, MT Hütt
PLoS computational biology 4 (9), e1000190, 2008
What is cost-efficient phenotyping? Optimizing costs for different scenarios
D Reynolds, F Baret, C Welcker, A Bostrom, J Ball, F Cellini, A Lorence, ...
Plant Science 282, 14-22, 2019
Sun‐induced chlorophyll fluorescence from high‐resolution imaging spectroscopy data to quantify spatio‐temporal patterns of photosynthetic function in crop canopies
F Pinto, A Damm, A Schickling, C Panigada, S Cogliati, M Müller‐Linow, ...
Plant, cell & environment 39 (7), 1500-1512, 2016
The leaf angle distribution of natural plant populations: assessing the canopy with a novel software tool
M Müller-Linow, F Pinto-Espinosa, H Scharr, U Rascher
Plant methods 11, 1-16, 2015
Consistency analysis of metabolic correlation networks
M Müller-Linow, W Weckwerth, MT Hütt
BMC Systems Biology 1, 1-12, 2007
Multiangular observation of canopy sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence by combining imaging spectroscopy and stereoscopy
F Pinto, M Müller-Linow, A Schickling, MP Cendrero-Mateo, A Ballvora, ...
Remote sensing 9 (5), 415, 2017
Fast high resolution volume carving for 3D plant shoot reconstruction
H Scharr, C Briese, P Embgenbroich, A Fischbach, F Fiorani, ...
Frontiers in plant science 8, 303692, 2017
Topology regulates the distribution pattern of excitations in excitable dynamics on graphs
M Müller-Linow, C Marr, MT Hütt
Physical Review E 74 (1), 016112, 2006
Plant Screen Mobile: an open-source mobile device app for plant trait analysis
M Müller-Linow, J Wilhelm, C Briese, T Wojciechowski, U Schurr, ...
Plant methods 15, 1-11, 2019
Field phenotyping: concepts and examples to quantify dynamic plant traits across scales in the field
MP Cendrero-Mateo, O Muller, H Albrecht, A Burkart, S Gatzke, B Janssen, ...
Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Infrastructures, 53-81, 2017
Non-Invasive Spectral Phenotyping Methods can Improve and Accelerate Cercospora Disease Scoring in Sugar Beet Breeding
M Jansen, S Bergsträsser, S Schmittgen, M Müller-Linow, U Rascher
Agriculture 4 (2), 147-158, 2014
Regularizing capacity of metabolic networks
C Marr, M Müller-Linow, MT Hütt
Physical Review E 75 (4), 041917, 2007
Quantitative estimation of leaf heat transfer coefficients by active thermography at varying boundary layer conditions
H Albrecht, F Fiorani, R Pieruschka, M Müller-Linow, C Jedmowski, ...
Frontiers in plant science 10, 319685, 2020
N-dependent dynamics of root growth and nitrate and ammonium uptake are altered by the bacterium Herbaspirillum seropedicae in the cereal model Brachypodium distachyon
W Kuang, S Sanow, JM Kelm, M Müller Linow, P Andeer, D Kohlheyer, ...
Journal of experimental botany 73 (15), 5306-5321, 2022
Field phenotyping: challenges and opportunities
MP Cendrero-Mateo, O Muller, H Albrecht, A Burkart, S Gatzke, B Janssen, ...
Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Infrastructures, 53-80, 2017
Analyse der Verbindung von Topologie und Dynamik in abstrakten Graphen und biologischen Netzwerken
M Müller-Linow
Technische Universität, 2008
Plant Growth Promotion and Heat Stress Amelioration in Arabidopsis Inoculated with Paraburkholderia phytofirmans PsJN Rhizobacteria Quantified with the …
A Macabuhay, B Arsova, M Watt, KA Nagel, H Lenz, A Putz, S Adels, ...
Plants 11 (21), 2927, 2022
Analysis of the root diameter distribution from time series images of real and simulated cassava root systems
M Müller-Linow, T Wojchiechowski
Pflanzenwissenschaften, 2022
3-d field phenotyping of crops using laser scanning and photogrammetric approaches
M Müller-Linow, U Rascher, B Janssen, A Steier
Workshop on laser scanning applications, 2015
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