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Alexander Bucksch
Alexander Bucksch
University of Georgia, Dept. Plant Biology, Inst. of Bioinformatics and Warnell School of Forestry
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GiA Roots: software for the high throughput analysis of plant root system architecture
T Galkovskyi, Y Mileyko, A Bucksch, B Moore, O Symonova, CA Price, ...
BMC plant biology 12 (1), 1-12, 2012
2922012
3D phenotyping and quantitative trait locus mapping identify core regions of the rice genome controlling root architecture
CN Topp, AS Iyer-Pascuzzi, JT Anderson, CR Lee, PR Zurek, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (18), E1695-E1704, 2013
2842013
Image-based high-throughput field phenotyping of crop roots
A Bucksch, J Burridge, LM York, A Das, E Nord, JS Weitz, JP Lynch
Plant Physiology 166 (2), 470-486, 2014
2332014
SkelTre
A Bucksch, R Lindenbergh, M Menenti
The Visual Computer 26 (10), 1283-1300, 2010
170*2010
CAMPINO—A skeletonization method for point cloud processing
A Bucksch, R Lindenbergh
ISPRS journal of photogrammetry and remote sensing 63 (1), 115-127, 2008
1422008
Digital imaging of root traits (DIRT): a high-throughput computing and collaboration platform for field-based root phenomics
A Das, H Schneider, J Burridge, AK Martinez Ascanio, T Wojciechowski, ...
Plant Methods 11 (51), 2015
1332015
Legume shovelomics: high—throughput phenotyping of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and cowpea (Vigna unguiculata subsp, unguiculata) root architecture in the field
J Burridge, CN Jochua, A Bucksch, JP Lynch
Field Crops Research 192, 21-32, 2016
1102016
Automated detection of branch dimensions in woody skeletons of fruit tree canopies
A Bucksch, S Fleck
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 77 (3), 229-240, 2011
67*2011
Morphological plant modeling: Unleashing geometric and topologic potential within the plant sciences
A Bucksch, A Atta-Boateng, AF Azihou, D Battogtokh, A Baumgartner, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science, 2017
642017
Genome-wide association mapping and agronomic impact of cowpea root architecture
JD Burridge, HM Schneider, BL Huynh, PA Roberts, A Bucksch, JP Lynch
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 130 (2), 419-431, 2017
592017
Error budget of terrestrial laser scanning: influence of the incidence angle on the scan quality
S Soudarissanane, J Van Ree, A Bucksch, R Lindenbergh
3D-NordOst, 2007
522007
Breast Height Diameter Estimation From High-Density Airborne LiDAR Data
A Bucksch, R Lindenbergh, MZ Abd Rahman, M Menenti
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters 11 (6), 1056 - 1060, 2014
48*2014
Structural monitoring of tunnels using terrestrial laser scanning
R Lindenbergh, L Uchanski, A Bucksch, R Van Gosliga
Reports of Geodesy 2 (87), 231-239, 2009
452009
Reshaping plant biology: qualitative and quantitative descriptors for plant morphology
M Balduzzi, BM Binder, A Bucksch, C Chang, L Hong, AS Iyer-Pascuzzi, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 117, 2017
392017
Three-dimensional laser imaging as a valuable tool for specifying changes in breast shape after augmentation mammaplasty
DL Esme, A Bucksch, WH Beekman
Aesthetic plastic surgery 33 (2), 191-195, 2009
382009
Localized Registration of Point Clouds of Botanic Trees
A Bucksch, K Khoshelham
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters 10 (3), 631 - 635, 2013
372013
A new method for individual tree delineation and undergrowth removal from high resolution airborne LiDAR
MZA Rahman, BGH Gorte, AK Bucksch
International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 38 (3), 283–288, 2009
31*2009
A practical introduction to skeletons for the plant sciences
A Bucksch
Applications in plant sciences 2 (8), 1400005, 2014
272014
ClearedLeavesDB: an online database of cleared plant leaf images
A Das, A Bucksch, CA Price, JS Weitz
Plant methods 10 (1), 1-8, 2014
252014
Error budget of Terrestrial Laserscanning: Influence of the intensity remission on the scan quality
A Bucksch, R Lindenbergh, J Van Ree
GeoSiberia 2007-International Exhibition and Scientific Congress, cp-59-00078, 2007
252007
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