Case Studies – Equipment and Standards Used for Selected Taxa and Projects: Plants

Piet Stoffelen, Alain Vander Velde, Patricia Mergen, Frédéric Wautelet

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Abstract

With the digital imaging of a growing number of biological objects, it has become of great importance to agree on common approaches and standards. Such standardisation is particulary important for natural history specimens so as to compare specimens often with only subtle sifferences in morphology. Emerging technologies are leading to exciting new opportunities in scientific studies and the field of biodiversity is notable among them. (Wouter Los, Preface of the Manual)
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDigital Imaging of Biological Type Specimens: A Manual of Best Practice
Subtitle of host publicationResults from a study of the European Network for Biodiversity Information
EditorsChristoph L. Häuser, Axel Steiner, Joachim Holstein, Malcolm J. Scoble
Place of PublicationStuttgart
Pages291
Number of pages292
ISBN (Electronic)3-00-017240-8
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Externally publishedYes

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