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Supplementary Material: A fast non-destructive method for the detection of disease-related lesions and wounded leaves

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posted on 2021-08-13, 08:30 authored by Muhammad Awais Zahid, Murilo Sandroni, Ramesh Vetukuri, Erik Andreasson
Supplementary Figure 1A: Representative picture of potato leaf infected with P. infestans. In each box, same leaf picture, before near-infrared scanning and TB staining.
Supplementary Figure 1B: Representative picture Phytophthora cactorum infection on a strawberry leaf and Artificial leaf wounding.
Supplementary Figure 1C: Representative picture of artificially wounded spinach leaves.
Supplementary Figure 1D: Representative picture of Alternaria solani infection on a tomato leaf and artificial leaf wounding.
Supplementary Figure 1E: Representative picture of artificial wounding on Arabidopsis leaf.
Supplementary Figure 2: Validation of near – infrared scanning method for detection of Phytophthora infestans disease area on potato leaves, using two commonly used methods as reference.
Supplementary material 1: FIJI macro script steps

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The Nilsson Ehle foundation, Formas (2020-01211) (2019-01316), Stiftelsen Lantbruksforskning R-19-25-282, The Swedish Research Council (2019-04270) and European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 766048 are acknowledged for financial support.

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