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<p>A set of ~5,000 <em>Miscanthus sinensis</em> seed germinating over 11 days.</p> <p>Photographed using a (Nikon D90) DSLR at a resolution of 4,288 x 2,848 pixels.</p> <p>Each seed image is ~282 x 341 pixels. </p> <p>The seed were sterilised with a low concentration bleach solution (0.5% Sodium Hypochlorite).</p> <p>The seed are from an experiment which treated them with standard plant hormones (gibberellic acid (from 0.15 to 750 ppm), 1-naphthaleneacetic acid (from 0.01 to 200 ppm), epibrassinolide (from 0.001 to 2 ppm1) and abscisic acid (from 0.05 to 60 ppm)), or had induced water stresses (NaCl and polyethylene glycol (8000 and 4000 ppm respectively) producing water potentials of up to -4.1 MPa) or they were stratified. </p> <p>These treatments produce a diverse and challenging range of germination phenotypes with which to test image analysis.</p> <p>All images were scored by one person for consistency and the human score of this image set was the only reference point to which the computer score was compared. </p> <p>The time of germination and mold were scored with 9999 used for seed that did not germinate or go moldy.</p> <p>Stem and root measurements were also added on the 11th day.</p>
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