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Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation

Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation

Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation ...

Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density Ann Bot . 2016 Oct 1;118(4):685-698. doi: 10.1093/aob/mcw057.

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May 03, 2016  Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density. Popova L(1), van Dusschoten D(2), Nagel KA(2), Fiorani F(2)

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Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation ...

Tortuosity is a result of root bending and changing growth direction; therefore, we can consider it as an indicator of the path formation process. It may

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Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation ...

Oct 01, 2016  Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density. Liyana Popova Center for Micro-BioRobotics, Istituto

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Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation ...

Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density Liyana Popova 1 , Dagmar van Dusschoten 2 , Kerstin A. Nagel

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Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation ...

May 03, 2016  Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density. May 2016; Annals of Botany 118(4) ... 686 Popova et al. —

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Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation ...

Background and Aims Root soil penetration and path optimization are fundamental for root development in soil. We describe the influence of soil strength on root elongation rate and diameter, response to gravity, and root-structure tortuosity, estimated by average curvature of primary maize roots.Methods Soils with different densities (15, 16, 17 g cm−3), particle sizes (sandy loam ...

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Background and Aims Root soil penetration and path optimization are fundamental for root development in soil. We describe the influence of soil strength on root elongation rate and diameter, response to gravity, and root-structure tortuosity, estimated by average curvature of primary maize roots. Methods Soils with different densities (15, 16, 17 g cm−3), particle sizes (sandy loam ...

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Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation ...

Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density Liyana Popova1, Dagmar van Dusschoten2, Kerstin A. Nagel2, Fabio Fiorani2 and Barbara Mazzolai1,* 1

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Volume 118 Issue 4 Annals of Botany Oxford Academic

Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density Liyana Popova , Dagmar van Dusschoten , Kerstin A. Nagel , Fabio Fiorani , Barbara Mazzolai

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Plant root penetration and growth as a mechanical ...

Apr 01, 2020  Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density Ann. Bot. , 118 ( 2016 ) , pp. 685 - 698 , 10.1093/aob/mcw057 CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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Specialized Plant Growth Chamber Designs to Study Complex ...

Mar 26, 2021  Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density journal, May 2016. Popova, Liyana; van Dusschoten, Dagmar; Nagel, Kerstin A. Annals of Botany, Vol. 118, Issue 4; DOI: 10.1093/aob/mcw057

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Non-invasive imaging of plant roots in different soils ...

Nov 17, 2017  Popova L, van Dusschoten D, Nagel KA, Fiorani F, Mazzolai B. Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density. Ann Bot. 2016;118(4):685–98. Article PubMed Central Google Scholar 19. Zisa RP, Halverson HG, Stout BB.

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Plant roots: understanding structure and function in an ...

Aug 19, 2016  Cluster roots are specific root types that form in some species in response to phosphorus deficiency. They are viewed as an effective strategy for plants to extract phosphorus from soil pools not usually available to other plants. Cluster roots typically comprise a region of densely arranged short secondary laterals thickly covered with root hairs.

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Plant root growth, architecture and function SpringerLink

Mar 05, 2009  In addition, ROL barrier formation may be related to sediment type, redox conditions and microbial oxygen demand in the plants habitat (Smits et al. 1990; Laskov et al. 2006), and upon the type and age of the root; ROL in young adventitious and fine lateral roots can be rapid whereas in older parts of adventitious roots and rhizomes no ROL ...

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Liyana POPOVA Researcher PhD in BioRobotics Istituto ...

Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density ... Root soil penetration and path optimization are fundamental for root development in ...

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A numerical investigation into factors affecting the ...

Liyana Popova, Dagmar van Dusschoten, Kerstin A. Nagel, Fabio Fiorani, Barbara Mazzolai, Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density, Annals of Botany, 10.1093/aob/mcw057, 118, 4, (685-698), (2016).

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Shaping an Optimal Soil by Root–Soil Interaction: Trends ...

Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density. Ann. Bot. 2016; 118 : 685-698 View in Article

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Compactação do solo em Sistema de Plantio Direto na palha ...

POPOVA, L. et al. Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density. Annals of Botany, Oxford, v. 118, p. 685-698, 2016. RICHARD, G. et al. Effect of compaction on the porosity of a silty soil: influence on unsaturated hydraulic properties.

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Non-invasive imaging of plant roots in different soils ...

Nov 17, 2017  Popova L, van Dusschoten D, Nagel KA, Fiorani F, Mazzolai B. Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density. Ann Bot. 2016;118(4):685–98. Article PubMed Central Google Scholar 19. Zisa RP, Halverson HG, Stout BB.

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Shaping an Optimal Soil by Root–Soil Interaction: Trends ...

Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density. Ann. Bot. 2016; 118 : 685-698 View in Article

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A numerical investigation into factors affecting the ...

Liyana Popova, Dagmar van Dusschoten, Kerstin A. Nagel, Fabio Fiorani, Barbara Mazzolai, Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density, Annals of Botany, 10.1093/aob/mcw057, 118, 4, (685-698), (2016).

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Measuring root system traits of wheat in ... - Plant and Soil

Feb 22, 2018  Popova L, van Dusschoten D, Nagel KA, Fiorani F, Mazzolai B (2016) Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density. Ann Bot 118:685–698. Article PubMed Central Google Scholar

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Root architecture and nitrogen metabolism in roots of ...

Popova Liyana, van Dusschoten Dagmar, Nagel Kerstin A., Fiorani Fabio, Mazzolai Barbara (2016): Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density.

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Passive Morphological Adaptation for Obstacle Avoidance in ...

Popova L, van Dusschoten D, Nagel KA, et al. Plant root tortuosity: An indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density. Ann

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Non-invasive hydrodynamic imaging in plant roots at ...

Aug 03, 2021  As common plant root tissues do not fractionate H 2 O and D 2 O 25, solute advective flow rate (Q s,a, N T −1) across each path simply equals the

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Electrical impedance tomography as a tool ... - Plant Methods

May 21, 2019  Plant roots are complex, three-dimensional structures that play a central role in anchorage, water and nutrient acquisition, storage and interaction with rhizosphere microbes. Studying the development of the plant root system architecture is inherently difficult as soil is not a transparent medium. This study uses electrical impedance tomography (EIT) to visualise oilseed rape root

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Compactação do solo em Sistema de Plantio Direto na palha ...

POPOVA, L. et al. Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density. Annals of Botany, Oxford, v. 118, p. 685-698, 2016. RICHARD, G. et al. Effect of compaction on the porosity of a silty soil: influence on unsaturated hydraulic properties.

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Mechanism of Nutrient Uptake in Plants

Mass flow is a convective process in which plant nutrient ions and other dissolved substances are transported in the flow of water to the root due to transpirational water uptake by the plant. Some mass flow can also occur due to evaporation and percolation of soil water. Mechanism # 2. Diffusion:

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[PDF] Root architecture and nitrogen metabolism in roots ...

Lang D.M., Zhu Z.T., Qin S.J., Lyu D.G. (2018): Root architecture and nitrogen metabolism in roots of apple rootstock respond to exogenous glucose supply in low carbon soil. Plant Soil Environ., 64: 240–246. To investigate the response of root architecture and nitrogen metabolism of apple rootstock to glucose supply in low-carbon (C) soil, Malus baccata (L.) Borkh. in gravel soil was treated ...

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Forschungszentrum Jülich - Dr. Kerstin Nagel - Publikationen

Journal Article Popova, L. ; van Dusschoten, D. * ; Nagel, K. * ; Fiorani, F. * ; Mazzolai, B. (Corresponding author) Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density Annals of botany 118 (4), 685-698 (2016) [10.1093/aob/mcw057] Files Fulltext by OpenAccess repository BibTeX EndNote ...

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Maize root growth responses to penetration of a bilayered soil

Nov 01, 2016  Studying the influence of soil strength on root growth dynamics, Popova et al. document the mechanical and tropic responses of primary roots of maize (Zea mays) seedlings further to penetration of a bilayered soil consisting of loose loamy sand on top and a coarser, denser layer beneath. Typical MRI projection images of maize roots growing in mixed sands with different bulk densities and ...

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Shaping an Optimal Soil by Root–Soil Interaction

Crop production depends on the availability of water and mineral nutrients, and increased yields might be facilitated by a greater focus on roots–soil interactions. Soil properties affecting plant growth include drought, compaction, nutrient deficiency, mineral toxicity, salinity, and submergence. Plant roots respond to the soil environment both spatially and temporally by avoiding stressful ...

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