Phenotyping is a critical process in plant breeding, especially when there is an increasing demand for streamlining a selection process in a breeding program. Since manual phenotyping has limited efficiency, high-throughput phenotyping methods are recently popularized owing to progress in sensor and image processing technologies. However, in a size-limited breeding field, which is common in Japan and other Asian countries, it is challenging to introduce large machinery in the field or fly unmanned aerial vehicles over the field.
Designing fluorescent molecules requires considering multiple interrelated molecular properties, as opposed to properties that straightforwardly correlated with molecular structure, such as light absorption of molecules.
Although activation of the renin-angiotensin system and of its glomerular components is implicated in the pathogenesis of diabetic nephropathy, the functional roles of the tubular renin-angiotensin system with AT1 receptor signaling in diabetic nephropathy are unclear.
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